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  • rufus
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    Black Sails has been really good this season. The legend of Long John Silver is born.

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  • state of hockey
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    Originally posted by Gurtholfin View Post
    I'm watching. Just got nothing to say.
    I know many in the same boat. I am in there, too. I've just Been waiting with baited breath for Negan.

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    Originally posted by state of hockey View Post
    Looks like us few still watching The Walking Dead will finally get to see Lucille next week.
    I'm watching. Just got nothing to say.

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  • state of hockey
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    Looks like us few still watching The Walking Dead will finally get to see Lucille next week.

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  • joecct
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    This could be a fun watch or a Sharknado disaster

    http://wtop.com/tv/2016/03/new-tv-se...anged-history/

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  • Slap Shot
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    This seems to have gotten almost no run in the U.S. (I know Maize watched) but I finally got around to E1 of S2 of Broadchurch and it did not disappoint at all. It remains as gripping and gut-wrenching as ever and I look forward to what they do with the rest of the season. David Tenant and Olivia Colman are again brilliant separately, but when on scene together even better, Jodie Whittaker (some might recognize her from a very poorly done series The Assets) is wonderful as the heartbroken mother, and Charlotte Rampling adds a lot of cachet to the overall cast.

    Brent - E2 was great and for me saved the downer I had after E1 which left me wanting. As for your prediction - it's very bold and since the story can't (shouldn't) have a happy ending wouldn't surprise me.

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  • The Rube
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    The Americans

    Great ep. I'm thinking next season might be (and prob should be) the last season. Things are coming to a head now. I have a certain feeling an event will eventually happen, and that would be epic. (hidden below)

    Elizabeth will have to kill Philip as he's a danger to the Centre.

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  • Handyman
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    Bosch season 2 has been pretty good so far

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  • The Rube
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    Originally posted by Handyman View Post
    Yeah the Doug stuff is kind of nuts. He has good stories (like with the Press Secretary) and then the stupid creeper ones. I get what they are trying to do, but I just think it is unneeded.

    As for Remy and Whatsherface...well I hope she is gone and he comes back later but as the badass he was in season 1. He s a waste now.
    I can see Kep's point about Doug.

    As for Remy, he needed to do what he did in S4, so he COULD come back like he was in Season 1. Kind of a know thyself sort of thing. She was a good catalyst, but there's really no room for her now.

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  • Handyman
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    Yeah the Doug stuff is kind of nuts. He has good stories (like with the Press Secretary) and then the stupid creeper ones. I get what they are trying to do, but I just think it is unneeded.

    As for Remy and Whatsherface...well I hope she is gone and he comes back later but as the badass he was in season 1. He s a waste now.

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  • Kepler
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    Brenthoven, (HoC spoiler)

    We need Sad Doug to see why Determined Doug is so driven. Dr. Mrs. calls it his "sniper on the roof." And the actor is amazing at portraying somebody clawing the crumbling ledge until his fingers bleed.

    Creeper Doug doesn't fit. It's like Fitzgerald putting a clown face on Gatsby and saying, "and oh yeah, he's also a child molester."

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  • MaizeRage
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    Originally posted by mookie1995 View Post
    tonights jury episode is pretty friggin' funny
    Best show on TV. Friggin incredible.

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  • The Rube
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    Better Call Saul:

    Some seeds planted, but no real development (relatively). Very enjoyable, given the seeds, especially with someone that isn't the star of the show....

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  • mookie1995
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    tonights jury episode is pretty friggin' funny

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  • The Rube
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    Kepler, in response to one of your points, and yes, spoiler-related content:

    I love Determined Doug. Sad Doug is pathetic, and Creeper Doug (who has some of Sad Doug in him; I mean, the widow? Really?) is just terrible.

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