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    Inclement weather schedule ...... so I am going to watch the WSU/BYU Football game at about 1230 ..... the Cougs are a 4 point favorite....

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    Just got Hulu recently. I've wanted to try "Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23" for a while, finally got to see it. A little up and down, there are some dud episodes, but overall quite funny. Wide eyed, sweet as pie, idealistic as can be Midwesterner transplant June (Dreama Walker) moves to NYC. Life immediately takes a southward turn for her there. She soon finds herself roommates w/ Chloe (Krysten Ritter), a gleefully horrible person and the B from the title. James Van Der Beek plays a fictitious version of himself who is completely neurotic and self absorbed. Enjoyed it quite a bit. Too bad it was only 2 seasons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seacatfan View Post
    Just got Hulu recently. I've wanted to try "Don't Trust the B in Apartment 23" for a while, finally got to see it. A little up and down, there are some dud episodes, but overall quite funny. Wide eyed, sweet as pie, idealistic as can be Midwesterner transplant June (Dreama Walker) moves to NYC. Life immediately takes a southward turn for her there. She soon finds herself roommates w/ Chloe (Krysten Ritter), a gleefully horrible person and the B from the title. James Van Der Beek plays a fictitious version of himself who is completely neurotic and self absorbed. Enjoyed it quite a bit. Too bad it was only 2 seasons.
    Not sure how offbeat and crude your humor is... but Mike Tyson Mysteries can be both disturbing and funny at the same time. Norm MacDonald as Pigeon is casting genius
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    Quote Originally Posted by LongIslandZagFan View Post
    Not sure how offbeat and crude your humor is... but Mike Tyson Mysteries can be both disturbing and funny at the same time. Norm MacDonald as Pigeon is casting genius
    Not familiar with that, I can give it a try.

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    I am trying to watch 'Yellowstone". My wife wants to watch it so I am trying to get into it with her. Tough for me to get into so far, but I have only watched the first episode. It reminds me too much of 'Dallas' but with more sex and cussing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kitzbuel View Post
    I am trying to watch 'Yellowstone". My wife wants to watch it so I am trying to get into it with her. Tough for me to get into so far, but I have only watched the first episode. It reminds me too much of 'Dallas' but with more sex and cussing.
    LOTTSSSSS of cussing. The sex stuff slows down a bit, but not the cussing. My wife has somewhat lost interest in it because of that (she gets very annoyed with the overused 'f' word in shows).

    I will say, give it more than 2-3 episodes though. It's actually a pretty awesome show. One of my current favs. The scenery/backdrop alone is mind-blowing.
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    If you want a show w/ an odd overuse of the F word, I'll nominate "The Great." I'm only 2 episodes in. There are some elements I'm enjoying, but I'm not sure I'm going to stick w/ it for a full season.

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    Marquette vs. West Virginia


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    Quote Originally Posted by seacatfan View Post
    If you want a show w/ an odd overuse of the F word, I'll nominate "The Great." I'm only 2 episodes in. There are some elements I'm enjoying, but I'm not sure I'm going to stick w/ it for a full season.
    I can't get into "The Great." I've tried and I feel like it should be my type of show, had a lot of friends with similar taste in shows recommend it to me too. The costumes and set design are beautiful, but I just can't get into it.

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    Hallmark Channel. The game isn’t on Dish. Can’t wait for GU to play some ESPN worthy teams.
    ...and there definitely is no such thing as Prince Charming.

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    Just finished Arcane.
    Didn’t know anything about it, just saw the good reviews.
    I liked it. The artwork was fantastic.

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    "Welcome to Earth"

    Will Smith exploring the earth with the help of National Geographic on Disney +

    Well worth the watch.
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    Apparently, I am not watching Merrimack at Gonzaga on Stadium ... but I found another way.

    Foundation was interesting

    Get Back was so good, but it was dense watching ... meaning, at least for me it was hard to watch in more than half hour intervals. So much was happening all the time
    So many brackets, so little time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rangerzag View Post
    "Welcome to Earth"

    Will Smith exploring the earth with the help of National Geographic on Disney +

    Well worth the watch.
    We'll have to watch that! There are a few new releases on Disney+ that look interesting. I got my parents a Roku for Christmas and I'm going to share our subscription with them.

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    "Voir" on Netflix was an enjoyable series of homages to films. "But I Don't Like Him" and "Profane and Profound" were IMO the best of the episodes.

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    I just started "Get Back" on Disney+. I'm amazed by how crisp the video footage from their practice sessions is. I was expecting it to be grainy, but this looks higher quality than most of the music videos of the 80s lol.

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    Watched "Being the Ricardos" (amazon Prime) this afternoon. I did not know "gaslighting" and "firewalls" were terms Lucille Ball would have used in the late 50's. It was a decent movie. Kidman and Bardem were excellent in the title roles.

    Also watched "The Power of the Dog" on Netflix. Cumberbatch is really good. I get why he's catching a lot of acting award "buzz."

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    Quote Originally Posted by RenoZag View Post
    Watched "Being the Ricardos" (amazon Prime) this afternoon. I did not know "gaslighting" and "firewalls" were terms Lucille Ball would have used in the late 50's. It was a decent movie. Kidman and Bardem were excellent in the title roles.

    Also watched "The Power of the Dog" on Netflix. Cumberbatch is really good. I get why he's catching a lot of acting award "buzz."
    I just looked it up because I was genuinely curious if the Ingrid Bergman movie was named that because the term predated it. It looks like "gaslighting" didn't come about in print until the mid 90s. So yeah that seems like a big anachronism. Last week I started watching Gaslight for the first time, still have to finish it, but she was so good at playing women under duress and on the edge (Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde with her is also really well acted) it's heartbreaking and you can feel her distress.

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    Viewed "Matrix Resurrections" this afternoon. I guess if one is a fan of the franchise, some of the characters will need no introduction. It wouldn't matter what color pill I took; wasn't thrilled by the latest sequel.

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    "It's a Wonderful Life" as is tradition. Will be followed by the old SNL clip of the "lost footage."

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    "Don't Look Up" on Netflix. Unlike "Diehard," no one will be debating whether or not it is a Christmas movie. Maybe one of the best social satires since "Network."


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    This weekend I watched "The Super Bob Einstein Movie," an homage to "Super Dave Osborne," "Marty Funkhouser," and other characters from the mind and pen of Bob Einstein, Albert Brooks' older brother. It included clips from "Bizzare," "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour," "Sonny & Cher," and "Curb Your Enthusiasm." I laughed out loud several times, which I rarely do while watching a film / program alone. It's on HBO / HBOMax. Definitely rated "R."

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    Watched Season 4 of Cobra Kai over a couple days. Like the rest of the series, some of it drives me crazy, but it's entertaining enough to keep chugging along.

    On the other hand I could only handle 2 episodes of Season 2 of Emily in Paris.

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    Stuck in a motel until the house closes, and there are no premium channels.
    Watching the A-Team
    It's entertaining.
    I'm laughing. Why aren't you?

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