Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by progrocker71, Feb 7, 2013.
On TV: The Sopranos
On DVD: Every episode of The Saint
I know you have your reasons for *not* wanting Shout! Factory to do it, but I'd be fine with them doing so... I like their complete "Green Acres" set, and am sure a "Beverly Hillbillies" set by them would satisfy me.
34 episodes of Breaking Bad (blu ray discs) with my nephew (in for Easter) who'd never seen the show.
I never tire of this great series
Jesus Christ Superstar Live
there is absolutely no reason why it could not have been a blu-ray GA box set...GREED is the answer...139.99 list for a DVD box set....
Catching up on my DVR'd content from last week, in no particular order:
Hap & Leonard
....almost forgot one of my favorites
that's a lot of watchin'!
The 2016 made for TV adaption of Roald Dahl's "Revolting Rhymes". I haven't enjoyed a TV show this much in ages (although there's a few series I do I like at the moment).
Actually, I enjoyed it so much, after it aired (it was repeated locally over Easter) I looked to see if it was on DVD and the next day I bought it.
had to check out the Sopranos BD box...some epps look better than others.
Series 1, 2 & 3 of Bron/Broen/The Bridge in preperation for the airing of season 4 this month
Madame Secretary, the good doctor and Homeland
The Disastrous Life Of Saiki K.
An anime on Netflix about a young man who has extremely powerful psychic powers who just wants to live a quiet life without calling attention to himself. Unfortunately for him, both events and the people around him have a way of making that extremely difficult..
How It's Made marathon on Science Channel....I love this show lol.
The Walking Dead...
Working our way through Sports Night. Took them a while to find their groove, and Sorkins characters are relentlessly glib (and sort of all talk the same except walking encyclopedia Jeremy), but by season two all the dynamics are in synch.
Better Call Saul. I watched the last 6 episodes to date.
Mork and Mindy
The Defiant Ones (HBO)
Dr. Dre Jimmy Iovine
Binge watched all five seasons of Haven over a two week period. I have seen it through several times and still enjoy it. Up next is a rewatch of Eureka which I have also seen through a few times.
Fear The Walking Dead...
Some Andy Griffith Show episodes last night, including the first one with the Dillards as part of the Darlings in "The Darlings Are Coming,"
and then one more with them (Mountain Wedding) introducing the late great Howard Morris as Ernest T. Bass,
and then a couple more about Ernest T. Bass afterward, as I hadn't seen these in a long time.
Howard Morris was really talented, I really liked him in Your Show of Shows and many other things.
Season Premiere of Elementary.
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver- series finale.
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