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Salty Dog

Even though I've been at home most of the time this past few months. There still isn't enough the time to checkout many of the new shows just on Netflix...

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2 hours ago, Salty Dog said:

Even though I've been at home most of the time this past few months. There still isn't enough the time to checkout many of the new shows just on Netflix...

Yeah, being on staff does have its drawbacks. Luckily, you are well compensated for your time.  :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:

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jtmwatchbiz
4 minutes ago, Headshot said:

Yeah, being on staff does have its drawbacks

 

Yea well those days are gone for you.    

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SkyMan

2nd season of The Alienist starting.  1st season was pretty good.  Timeframe is late 1800s NYC.  Today you'd call an alienist a shrink.

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On 7/26/2020 at 7:41 PM, SkyMan said:

Today you'd call an alienist a shrink.

Or perhaps profiler would be a better term.

I gotta say, TV really sucks right now.  Few new shows being produced and even if there were a lot it wouldn't matter.  We're using a lot more of our (130GB/month) bandwidth allowance.  I can only download a dozen or so episodes of whatever per month given all the fb, yt, facetime, zoom, and other video we watch to stay entertained at this time.  Just ventin'.......

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Ozepete

We have been watching the series 'Designated Survivor' again.. Still a good watch. 

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enoonmai

Watched 2 good ones recently.

"The Last Dance" on Netflix is a 6 episode series building up to Michael Jordan's last season. Very well done, a lot of behind the scenes stuff. Forgot how good he was.

"Ripper Street" also Netflix; 5 seasons, loosely based on a real detective who worked the Ripper murders in late 19th century. 

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