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  • The JugglerThe Juggler Behind that bush over there.Posts: 38,076
    dankind said:
    dankind said:
    dankind said:
    Finding out via Marc Maron's twitter that they're not renewing Glow. BOOOOOOOOOOOO.
    This better mean that Alison Brie landed the She-Hulk role. 
    I saw it reported recently that She-Hulk went to Tatiana Maslany (not sure if I spelled it right, she was the main actor on Orphan Black). I would have preferred Brie as well, lol.

    Edit to add https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/regina-born-actress-tatiana-maslany-cast-as-lead-in-shehulk-1.5732001
    Maslany was fucking great in Perry Mason
    Perry Mason? 

    How old is she?

    :lol:  HBO!
    What?

    Jesus.

    I have HBO, and I don't even know what's on it! :lol:

    The Americans guy is in it, too.
    Yeah. Lots of good actors in it. The show gets better and better in the second half of the season. Highly recommend it. 
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  • F Me In The BrainF Me In The Brain this knows everybody from other commetsPosts: 20,906
    Agree....I enjoyed it, but am a sucker for period pieces.
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  • FifthelementFifthelement LotuslandPosts: 6,506
    rssesq said:
    Schitt's Creek is hilarious. I swear I went to law school with someone exactly like David.

    Little late to the party but just started watching this. About halfway through season 1. It's ok so far.
    I found the first half of season one the hardest to get through, but you start to see character growth, which improves exponentially over the subsequent seasons. 
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  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon I'm from Winnipeg, you idiot! (Chris Jericho)Posts: 23,006
    Well this documentary was pretty depressing

    I had heard of the murders before mainly cause apparently there was paranormal activity right after it happened during the police investigation. They didn't mention that though.



    just watched it. aside from the guy being a fucking monster, her story is so typical of textbook social media narcissism. the fact that so much of that doc, almost all of it, really, was taken from her facebook posts. jesus christ. stop filming your life and your kids' lives and fucking live it. no one gives a fuck about your "insight" into your life and all you think you've learned. 
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  • Ledbetterman10Ledbetterman10 Posts: 14,078
    Well this documentary was pretty depressing

    I had heard of the murders before mainly cause apparently there was paranormal activity right after it happened during the police investigation. They didn't mention that though.



    just watched it. aside from the guy being a fucking monster, her story is so typical of textbook social media narcissism. the fact that so much of that doc, almost all of it, really, was taken from her facebook posts. jesus christ. stop filming your life and your kids' lives and fucking live it. no one gives a fuck about your "insight" into your life and all you think you've learned. 
    The one part that stuck out to me was when he was dressed as Santa, and she was filming him, and scolded him for leaving his phone in the car. She needed the two phones. One to film and one for pictures. Not trying to victim-blame because nothing justifies what he did, but the doc, to me and I guess you as well, doubled as a “dangers of social media” doc as well as the profile of a murder. I wouldn’t blame anyone for deciding they didn’t want to be with her anymore. But to murder her and the kids is beyond psychotic. I wish her family wasn’t against the death penalty. I would never have been able to show mercy on someone so merciless. Especially after he tried to concoct the story that SHE murdered the girls. What a piece of shit. 
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  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon I'm from Winnipeg, you idiot! (Chris Jericho)Posts: 23,006
    Well this documentary was pretty depressing

    I had heard of the murders before mainly cause apparently there was paranormal activity right after it happened during the police investigation. They didn't mention that though.



    just watched it. aside from the guy being a fucking monster, her story is so typical of textbook social media narcissism. the fact that so much of that doc, almost all of it, really, was taken from her facebook posts. jesus christ. stop filming your life and your kids' lives and fucking live it. no one gives a fuck about your "insight" into your life and all you think you've learned. 
    The one part that stuck out to me was when he was dressed as Santa, and she was filming him, and scolded him for leaving his phone in the car. She needed the two phones. One to film and one for pictures. Not trying to victim-blame because nothing justifies what he did, but the doc, to me and I guess you as well, doubled as a “dangers of social media” doc as well as the profile of a murder. I wouldn’t blame anyone for deciding they didn’t want to be with her anymore. But to murder her and the kids is beyond psychotic. I wish her family wasn’t against the death penalty. I would never have been able to show mercy on someone so merciless. Especially after he tried to concoct the story that SHE murdered the girls. What a piece of shit. 
    i think the netflix producers were probably going for that angle, trying to paint her as someone who maybe deserved it, even just a little, or someone that drove him to it. i find a lot of these types of documentaries set out to make the viewer feel conflicted about their sympathy towards the evil doer. 

    but yeah, she obviously had her own issues that she projected onto him. can't blame him for wanting to leave. but yeah, not the best solution. i can't fathom harming my kids. it's just not in my universe. 

    you could tell how little he cared from the outset. he barely even talked about them. if my wife and kids were missing, even if i was having an affair, i'd be bawling my eyes out to the camera, to the police, to anyone, all the time. he mentioned "my babies" maybe one time. he was terrible at faking it. 
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  • Ledbetterman10Ledbetterman10 Posts: 14,078
    Well this documentary was pretty depressing

    I had heard of the murders before mainly cause apparently there was paranormal activity right after it happened during the police investigation. They didn't mention that though.



    just watched it. aside from the guy being a fucking monster, her story is so typical of textbook social media narcissism. the fact that so much of that doc, almost all of it, really, was taken from her facebook posts. jesus christ. stop filming your life and your kids' lives and fucking live it. no one gives a fuck about your "insight" into your life and all you think you've learned. 
    The one part that stuck out to me was when he was dressed as Santa, and she was filming him, and scolded him for leaving his phone in the car. She needed the two phones. One to film and one for pictures. Not trying to victim-blame because nothing justifies what he did, but the doc, to me and I guess you as well, doubled as a “dangers of social media” doc as well as the profile of a murder. I wouldn’t blame anyone for deciding they didn’t want to be with her anymore. But to murder her and the kids is beyond psychotic. I wish her family wasn’t against the death penalty. I would never have been able to show mercy on someone so merciless. Especially after he tried to concoct the story that SHE murdered the girls. What a piece of shit. 
    i think the netflix producers were probably going for that angle, trying to paint her as someone who maybe deserved it, even just a little, or someone that drove him to it. i find a lot of these types of documentaries set out to make the viewer feel conflicted about their sympathy towards the evil doer. 

    but yeah, she obviously had her own issues that she projected onto him. can't blame him for wanting to leave. but yeah, not the best solution. i can't fathom harming my kids. it's just not in my universe. 

    you could tell how little he cared from the outset. he barely even talked about them. if my wife and kids were missing, even if i was having an affair, i'd be bawling my eyes out to the camera, to the police, to anyone, all the time. he mentioned "my babies" maybe one time. he was terrible at faking it. 
    Yeah he was. The neighbor was onto him from the beginning. Here’s the 15-minute uncut video with the neighbor: https://youtu.be/u11A4FQlDMo
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  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 48,085
    rssesq said:
    Schitt's Creek is hilarious. I swear I went to law school with someone exactly like David.

    Little late to the party but just started watching this. About halfway through season 1. It's ok so far.

    It gets better - the show focuses on character growth. I just finished the last season - it's a touching, feel good show.
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  • eeriepadaveeeriepadave West Chester, PAPosts: 33,749
    rssesq said:
    Schitt's Creek is hilarious. I swear I went to law school with someone exactly like David.

    Little late to the party but just started watching this. About halfway through season 1. It's ok so far.
    I found the first half of season one the hardest to get through, but you start to see character growth, which improves exponentially over the subsequent seasons. 

    PJ_Soul said:
    rssesq said:
    Schitt's Creek is hilarious. I swear I went to law school with someone exactly like David.

    Little late to the party but just started watching this. About halfway through season 1. It's ok so far.

    It gets better - the show focuses on character growth. I just finished the last season - it's a touching, feel good show.

    Yeah the first season was ok. Wasn't great or anything. Halfway through season 2 now. Getting better like with what you guys said with character development and all.
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    Chick-flicks -

    Emily in Paris Series 1 is like SATC but with a red head (Phil Collin's daughter) meets Ugly Betty at work in Europe.

    Puzzle is about a woman who is really good at doing 1000 piece puzzles, she doesn't understand what a vegan is and is lying to her family to go away and play more puzzles (so far...)  with the young woman from trainspotting and nanny McPhee 2.
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  • dimitrispearljamdimitrispearljam NINUNINOPROPosts: 137,251
    23scidoo said:
    The show of the month!!


    awesome show 
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  • I've started watching Arrested Development which I'd heard of but never seen before. It's a bit nuts so I'm kind of enjoying it. When I was younger Portia D'Rossi always seemed older, now I'm older she looks a lot younger. I know she has always been very beautiful but I'd love to know how she can defy time and gravity?
  • Gern BlanstenGern Blansten Your Mom'sPosts: 10,866
    I've started watching Arrested Development which I'd heard of but never seen before. It's a bit nuts so I'm kind of enjoying it. When I was younger Portia D'Rossi always seemed older, now I'm older she looks a lot younger. I know she has always been very beautiful but I'd love to know how she can defy time and gravity?
    That show is hilarious....I still never watched the most recent season but the original series was great

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  • Meltdown99Meltdown99 None Of Your Business...Posts: 7,715
    The Trial Of The Chicago 7 was good...
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  • dankinddankind I am not your foot. Posts: 16,217
    Alison Brie for She-Hulk!
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  • 23scidoo23scidoo Thessaloniki,GreecePosts: 14,065
    The original (Hitchcock's) is in my top five ever..i hope not disappointed..


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