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Discussion in 'The Moving Picture' started by Lady Day, Sep 3, 2007.
Reba. I really enjoy that sitcom, as does my daughter.
The Wire. Almost finished season 2.
Glad Hank isn't "crazy" anymore. :lol:
poker after dark
I watched a half an episode of "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo". I think that's what it's called. My brain began to fry and my eyes began to water. I stopped because I was crying so hard I couldn't read the subtitles. That's right the English they speak is so crooked you need subtitles to understand what they're saying. Still they're just regular folks, I've a plenty of "country cousins" on my mother's side. Some of it was downright funny too. Man deserves a medal for living in a house just slam full of crazy country females.
You lasted through half of it!? I couldn't last five minutes. lol lol
Just think of it as "research". Honey Boo Boo, or one of her gap toothed kids, is a gonna be taking care of us in the nursing home some day. Get used to it while ya can stan!
Reminds of the teacher complaining to the janitor in "The Breakfast Club"
Teach-"These kids are going to be taking care of me someday"
Janitor-"Don't count on it"
"Emergency" (1972) Episode 1, i believe, has the first medical diagnostic differential on TV.
Take that, Dr. House! lol
i used to watch this show with my mom. probably inspired me to go into the EMS field...
"In the Shadow of the Moon"
Just finished season 4 of The Wire.
Combat! 'A Day In June'. - Season 1, Episode 11: (1962) Saunders recollects for the men, through flashback, the story of 1St Squad on June 6, 1944. Hanley was still a sargeant, as was Saunders. Saunders carried an M1 Garand and no helmet camo. Caje was refered to as 'Caddy'. Shecky Greene wins $800 which is the reason for the flashback story and the central theme. Very interesting to see the beginnings of the Combat! story.
I suppose my children will WANT to be disinherited then.
Oh and American Pickers.
"Moon Machines: Saturn V"
Watched Grimm last night before going to bed, but watching Nero Wolfe at the moment...
Ross Kemp: Extreme World - Karachi
Just finished season 5 of The Wire. Such an enormous rarity...shows one what television could be if it wasn't so preoccupied with dross. Quite an amazing series.