Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by alexpop, Dec 12, 2018.
I completely forgot about Downton Abbey.
Tough call between these two (as different as they are).
Good table manners vs los pollos.
I'm picturing Jesse Pinkman at a Downtown dinner: "These green beans are choice!"
Sheeeeeet that's easy.
Omar . Felt sorry for that character in the end.
It’s a sitcom involving 3 kids but no Malcolm.
Never seen any? Well there is always time to try something new.
Stan Against Evil is a comedy/drama with snarky remarks, evil themed plots and silly ways to avoid them. Not a kids show.
Archer is an animated adult theme show that seems so wrong it is almost right. Not a kids show.
The Loud House is an animated kids show, more for tweens than little kids. My kid watches this so I see it too.
Planet Earth Nature show with stunning visuals, good information and not too much agenda.
Comic Book Men Kevin Smith and his band of life long buddies talk about random comic book stuff. This show is odd, sometimes boring, but for a reason I really don't know I like to watch...I'm not a comic book type, nor a super hero type...yet here I am watching.
Chasing Classic Cars This is a car based show. They uncover, restore, and auction rare, exotic old cars. This show has a focus on the people of the car sport more than the cars being worked on. It has gone down hill as the seasons stacked up but I don't think it ever got bad.
Wheeler Dealer Another car show, based in the UK. Mike is the buyer/seller and Edd is the mechanic. This show has some issues but the thing I like is how they show the work being done. No stupid fast deadlines. No BS repairs, just honest, proper good work being done to make the car viable again. Edd left the show and it changed to not good for me. Edd may have been the best TV mechanic period.
True Detective . 1
Wheeler Dealer < think I seen a bit of that show English guy goes to America brings back beat up classic car, his friend does them up/ fixes them.
Homeland what's the last season like? watched them all up to 2017. Liked the intensity of S1-3.
Yes, that is one version of the show. The American cars were later series. The beginnings were all UK based, and better in my mind...except for the rain. Always with the rain.
Last season in Italy is n.7. A little disappointing but a good entertainment. Sometimes you think you're watching House of Cards. A lot of U.S. internal politics.
...and only 30 seconds of Dar Adal in 12 episodes is a criminal choice.
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Favorite Period Drama:
Favorite Medical Drama:
CRICKET UP, BITCH!
Better Call Saul
House of Cards (U.S.)
The Office (U.S.)
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
In no particular order:
Avatar: The Last Airbender
Justice League/Justice League Unlimited
Made In Abyss
Modern Family (ABC) .....though the quality has definitely dropped off.
Bob's Burgers (Fox)
Big Bang Theory (CBS) .....has definitely run it's course, though.
Mr. Robot (USA)
The Colony (USA)
Flight Of The Conchords (HBO)
The Office U.S. (NBC)
Top Gear (History) The US version wih Tanner Faust, Rutledge Wood, and Adam Ferrara.
Wheeler Dealers (Velocity/Motor Trend)
Roadkill (Velocity/Motor Trend)
all of these except..LOST.
Avatar: The Last Airbender
Parks and Rec
Interesting eclectic bunch. Must admit only seen season one of Mr.Robot.
Diabolik (animated series from 2000)
Ash Vs. Evil Dead
The Flash (sometimes)
Justice League (animated series from 2001-2004)
Con (starring Skyler Stone)
Teen Titans (animated series from the early 2000s where the characters were drawn normally and stories weren't infantile)
X-Men Evolution (animated series 2000-2003)
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