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Seems like HUGE in France might be Dave’s kind of TV, what with the comedy theme and all.
why didnt anyone tell me deadwood: the movie was tonight at 8? now ill never get the chance to watch it. until tomorrow. or i could download it illegally in about an hour. but im still mad. im gonna blame linda. its not like she reads the site anymore. she'll never know. #worsethan9/11
We really enjoyed Ozark on Netflix. Now we need something new...
got 121. had only one majorish early show i did not recall. you just have to name a show and it will fill in the multiple time slots it appeared in.
watched russian doll over the weekend among lesser fair. giving it a solid rec although it is kind of repetitive. this is a truism but also the central feature of the show. is kind of weird they set it on ave a though i guess the neighborhood landmarks and the park were important to the plotting.
wasnt a lot of buzz around hbo's succession early on but it has picked up steam as its gone along. the finale just aired yesterday. think i still have three on my plate. theres much palace intrigue regarding the business that somewhat mirrors the murdoch empire but its more a family drama albeit one about the super rich replete with an overbearing patriarch and a bunch of damaged kids trailing in his wake.
and hbo doubled down on wealthy fucked up family dynamics as the lead in is sharp objects with amy adams as the deeply damaged child and patricia clarkson as the impossibly passive aggressive matriarch and leading citizen of a small town in southern missouri.
both are worth watching though i wouldnt recommend watching them in succession.
Patrick Melrose. That was worthwhile but rough.
These recent episodes of The Handmaid's Tale are so relevant they almost seem like they're being written on their air dates.
season four was kind of a letdown but sure, why not, season five of arrested development airs on netflix in a couple of weeks.