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17 hours ago, Warren Zevon said:

   Heh, after watching episode 4 I had to jump back to the menu to make sure I didn't mess up and miss an episode somewhere. 

 

   I finished season 2 of Lost In Space yesterday.  If you enjoyed the first, this one should be right up your alley.

 

I'm on episode 4 of season 2 of Looooooossssst iiiiinnnnnn Spppppaaacccceeeeeeeee!!!! The first episode dragged a little, but once they started getting into trouble, it was fun times.

The Witcher, the time jumps are not obvious, at least for me. When I figured out they were jumping around, then it became easier.

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21 hours ago, nevets88 said:

The Witcher, the time jumps are not obvious, at least for me. When I figured out they were jumping around, then it became easier.

Yea the timelines aren't exactly concurrent. Or linear. There are clues dropped here and there but if you don't know the backstory of the main characters I can see how it can be confusing.

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On 12/28/2019 at 12:25 AM, Warren Zevon said:

  Man, I really enjoyed the finale of the Mandalorian.  I think I'm going to watch it again.

I agree! This is one of the best series i have seen in a long time!

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3 episodes into CBS’s Evil, not sure what to make of it. It’s walking a very thin tightrope between what’s real and what’s not. 

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Finished For All Mankind. Great alt-history show and space!

Seven episodes into Little America. Birdie. Keep a box of tissues handy.

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This Stephen King show. HBO, The Outsider. Finally caught up. It is really good. 

I’m surprised I like Apple’s Dickinson. It’s an odd duck but it’s entertaining. 

Picard episode one was good. Such a great actor. 

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9 hours ago, nevets88 said:

This Stephen King show. HBO, The Outsider. Finally caught up. It is really good. 

I’m surprised I like Apple’s Dickinson. It’s an odd duck but it’s entertaining. 

Picard episode one was good. Such a great actor. 

Is Picard worth the cost of CBS live streaming? I do really like Steward as an actor.

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6 hours ago, boogielicious said:

Is Picard worth the cost of CBS live streaming? I do really like Steward as an actor.

Maybe there are some other shows on it you'd want to watch in addition? I like BrainDead, Evil. The Good Wife and The Good Fight are popular. There's also old shows, like Mission Impossible and Twilight Zone (new version too). I think M*A*S*H?

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36 minutes ago, nevets88 said:

Maybe there are some other shows on it you'd want to watch in addition? I like BrainDead, Evil. The Good Wife and The Good Fight are popular. There's also old shows, like Mission Impossible and Twilight Zone (new version too). I think M*A*S*H?

The Star Trek was pretty good.

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5 minutes ago, dennyjones said:

The Star Trek was pretty good.

It was. I assumed he already watched it, but I've no idea. I think Short Treks is there too.

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1 hour ago, nevets88 said:

Maybe there are some other shows on it you'd want to watch in addition? I like BrainDead, Evil. The Good Wife and The Good Fight are popular. There's also old shows, like Mission Impossible and Twilight Zone (new version too). I think M*A*S*H?

I'll have to think about it. My neighbor tried it.

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On 1/22/2020 at 3:30 PM, nevets88 said:

Finished For All Mankind. Great alt-history show and space!

 


   It took me a few tries to get through the pilot, but eight episodes in I’m hooked.   Like bad. 

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On 1/29/2020 at 6:31 AM, boogielicious said:

Is Picard worth the cost of CBS live streaming? I do really like Steward as an actor.

I've watched the first two episodes.   The show grabs you early and doesn't let go.   Patrick Steward is amazing and the show is very well written. 

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