Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by progrocker71, Feb 7, 2013.
Power - S1
Some kind of science documentary about the universe narrated by the late Steven Hawkins.
The Walking Dead 47 minutes of boredom...but, I keep on trucking hoping it will get better.
"House Hunters International"
The Pioneer Woman on Food Network
The Looming Tower
Black Lightning which is amazingly good
"The Incredible Hulk"
December, 1978 episode.
Bill Bixby is such a great actor! Fun stuff.
Just watched the finale of season two of the reboot of One Day At A Time. Holy crap I did not see that coming. This is a great show.
Episode 5 or 6 of The Assassination of Gianni Versace.
Wonder Woman Season 2
Episode 5, Knockout
Linda Carter (the original WW) is right; the contemporary (70s) seasons are better than the first WWII era season.
The Story of China w/ Micheal Wood (PBS)
Twilight Zone...In Praise Of Pip...
ever see him Ride Beyond Vengeance? he plays a heavy.
No. Need to check that out. He's so darn good as the most compassionate man to ever live in Hulk. haha
yes, you need to...Chuck Connors was fabulous...great but sad western with Michael Rennie, Bill Bixby...great cast. I love this movie...it's only available on DVD IIRC...
The last episode of The Simpsons I'm ever watching I think - one I can't believe I once liked - "Homer's Enemy," from season 8.
I agree with the review on IMDB that's titled "Disgusting." The beginning of, as the review calls it, the "Zombie Simpsons."
I wish they killed off the show over 20 years ago.
The first couple episodes of Barney Miller, via Sundance On Demand. So nice, haven't seen that show in years.
All caught up on Agents of Shield. I wasn't sure they could outdo last season but this one has been absolute bonkers from the get-go. Somehow, this season isn't quite as heavy, thanks to a lot of humor acknowledging the weariness of constantly going from one extreme, life threatening situation to another, but there is still plenty of drama. Just about the only show left on network TV that I really look forward to seeing every week. Geek city here....
The Idiot, Ep. 1
This 2003 tv mini-series based on Dostoevsky's 19th century novel, The Idiot, is superlative. Glad someone put it up with subs. I revisit the dvd every few years so.
The last few episodes of Breaking Bad. I've binge-watched it three times before on DVD - bought a cheap set shortly after it ended on TV without knowing much about it really,
and watched it in 6 days; then repeated the following year, took a little longer, and then a year or two later.
Never saw any of it in HD before now; quite a treat.
What an incredible show that was.
Scorpion! I know this show has always been super-silly and was kind of pre-jumped, shark-wise, but at least the underlying crises were somewhat interesting. Now the crisis dujour seems to be taking a permanent back seat to all the relationship BS they keep injecting in the name of drama. I'm starting to wonder who this show is even targeted at anymore. Cabe can still be funny and Paige is still delicious. That's about it.
Curb Your Enthusiasm
I rented the first six seasons from the library yesterday and it's simply brilliant! Pure comedy gold and a shame it bombed over here.
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