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  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon HeadstoniaPosts: 25,320
    hashbrown? LOL
    It's from the show...


    LOL
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  • 23scidoo23scidoo Thessaloniki,GreecePosts: 14,956
    hashbrown? LOL
    It's from the show...


    Now i'm sure 101%..lol
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  • The JugglerThe Juggler Behind that bush over there.Posts: 39,161
    edited January 14
    Binged Cobra Kai season 3 today. I liked it a lot. Actually think it may have been better than last season. Ending was really good I thought.
    I loved it. We watched every episode on Saturday. First time I’ve ever binged a full season of something like that in a day. 
    I'm 3 or 4 episodes in. Can already tell it's better than the second season. 
    It definitely is. I'm very impressed. Remember, those first two seasons were shot and aired like two years ago. Once it caught fire on Netflix, there was a lot of pressure to live up to the hype, and I think they exceeded it. I won't spoil anything plot-wise since you're about halfway through. But the Kreese backstory climax and the setup for season 4 are very well done. 
    I really liked how 3 ended. Just finished last night. The music especially in the last episode was on point! 
    The season kind of slowed up midway through when Daniel went to Japan. But I liked it. 

    Elisabeth Shue doesn't look too shabby for pushing 60 either. Pleasant surprise!

    Edit---The Kreese stuff is annoying to me. Obviously he has to be there. But the fucking guy has got to be in his 70's and he's kicking the asses of big dudes half his age? That was weak. 
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  • The JugglerThe Juggler Behind that bush over there.Posts: 39,161
    hashbrown? LOL
    It's from the show...


    SEND IT TO THE INTERNET!
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  • eeriepadaveeeriepadave West Chester, PAPosts: 34,483
    hashbrown? LOL
    It's from the show...


    SEND IT TO THE INTERNET!



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  • JeBurkhardtJeBurkhardt Posts: 542
    We finished season 3 last weekend, and while I liked it and am looking forward to season 4, there is one thing that bugs me. EVERYBODY is doing karate now. The nerds, the jocks, you name it and they are out kicking people. Next season it will be the teachers and lunch ladies. It reminds me of Arrow and Flash. After the shows had been on a few seasons, everyone was running around fighting crime with weapons or newly discovered super powers.  
  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 25,643
    History of Swear Words.  Loved it.  great opening, lol.

  • markymark550markymark550 Columbia, SCPosts: 4,674
    History of Swear Words.  Loved it.  great opening, lol.

    I've watched the first 2 episodes. Very entertaining. 
  • 23scidoo23scidoo Thessaloniki,GreecePosts: 14,956
    Part 3 is on..


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  • Ledbetterman10Ledbetterman10 Posts: 14,321
    edited January 15
    Binged Cobra Kai season 3 today. I liked it a lot. Actually think it may have been better than last season. Ending was really good I thought.
    I loved it. We watched every episode on Saturday. First time I’ve ever binged a full season of something like that in a day. 
    I'm 3 or 4 episodes in. Can already tell it's better than the second season. 
    It definitely is. I'm very impressed. Remember, those first two seasons were shot and aired like two years ago. Once it caught fire on Netflix, there was a lot of pressure to live up to the hype, and I think they exceeded it. I won't spoil anything plot-wise since you're about halfway through. But the Kreese backstory climax and the setup for season 4 are very well done. 
    I really liked how 3 ended. Just finished last night. The music especially in the last episode was on point! 
    The season kind of slowed up midway through when Daniel went to Japan. But I liked it. 

    Elisabeth Shue doesn't look too shabby for pushing 60 either. Pleasant surprise!

    Edit---The Kreese stuff is annoying to me. Obviously he has to be there. But the fucking guy has got to be in his 70's and he's kicking the asses of big dudes half his age? That was weak. 
    I liked all the Kreese stuff with the exception of just that: him fighting. Especially in the climatic scene in the final episode when it was so obviously a stunt-double. But the evil karate guy stuff still works, and now having Robby side with him is pretty cool. And I loved "woke" Kreese at the hearing to get the tournament back on. 

    Daniel: But councilwoman Roberts...….
    Kreese: Hey....it's councilPERSON Roberts.

    And I agree Daniel in Japan kinda slowed things down, but I too enjoyed it. We had a good laugh actually at Daniel being disappointed that the village had been "Americanized" with so many stores and commerce. So these people are supposed to live in huts for centuries while Daniel owns a lucrative car dealership? 
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  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon HeadstoniaPosts: 25,320
    History of Swear Words.  Loved it.  great opening, lol.

    that looks fucking great. gonna smoke one and watch this weekend. 
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  • tempo_n_groovetempo_n_groove Posts: 25,643
    History of Swear Words.  Loved it.  great opening, lol.

    that looks fucking great. gonna smoke one and watch this weekend. 
    Enjoy.

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  • 23scidoo23scidoo Thessaloniki,GreecePosts: 14,956
    History of Swear Words.  Loved it.  great opening, lol.

    that looks fucking great. gonna smoke one and watch this weekend. 
    Enjoy.

    I'll tell you this, FUCK was not what I thought it came from!
    The king story was in my knowledge all this time..lol
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  • FifthelementFifthelement LotuslandPosts: 6,633
    Dark. S 1, Ep 7

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  • 23scidoo23scidoo Thessaloniki,GreecePosts: 14,956
    The best show right now..


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  • Ledbetterman10Ledbetterman10 Posts: 14,321
    The Queen’s Gambit is really good. Didn’t think I’d like it but I do. Even been playing a little online chess because of it. 
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  • The JugglerThe Juggler Behind that bush over there.Posts: 39,161
    Anyone watch The Sinner? I started it years ago and gave up on it. Finally finished all episodes while on the rowing machine this week. It was really well done. Pullman is fantastic and Jessica Biel...always been a fan. 

    Looking forward to getting into season 2 soon. 
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  • F Me In The BrainF Me In The Brain this knows everybody from other commetsPosts: 22,811
    Started it when it first came on and stopped.  My wife watched it, will have to let her know new ones are out 
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  • Gern BlanstenGern Blansten Your Mom'sPosts: 11,492
    The Cecil Hotel doc is really good.  A bit stretched out but well done.
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  • Ledbetterman10Ledbetterman10 Posts: 14,321
    The Cecil Hotel doc is really good.  A bit stretched out but well done.
    "A bit stretched out" to say the least. I found the story somewhat interesting, but I didn't think the documentary was very good. Partially for what you're saying...it's way too long. It could've been a single episode, maybe about an hour and a half. Give me the history of the hotel, some analysis of the elevator video, and then get to the point. But my God, leave out her tumblr posts, the pathetic "web sleuths," and conspiracy theories like the death metal singer possibly being the culprit, I couldn't believe how they went about it. It's like they wanted to make a doc about a supernatural, evil hotel, but all they had to work with was a tourist who drowned in a water tank, and the LAPD was too dumb to locate her body in a timely manner. 
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    ^^^^^^^^^ Totally agree!
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  • The JugglerThe Juggler Behind that bush over there.Posts: 39,161
    edited February 18
    The Cecil Hotel doc is really good.  A bit stretched out but well done.
    "A bit stretched out" to say the least. I found the story somewhat interesting, but I didn't think the documentary was very good. Partially for what you're saying...it's way too long. It could've been a single episode, maybe about an hour and a half. Give me the history of the hotel, some analysis of the elevator video, and then get to the point. But my God, leave out her tumblr posts, the pathetic "web sleuths," and conspiracy theories like the death metal singer possibly being the culprit, I couldn't believe how they went about it. It's like they wanted to make a doc about a supernatural, evil hotel, but all they had to work with was a tourist who drowned in a water tank, and the LAPD was too dumb to locate her body in a timely manner. 
    I'm sorry....this documentary was 100% pure garbage. They could have told the story, which seemed pretty obvious early on, in about twenty minutes. 

    Why on earth would we care what some fucking jokers on youtube think? "Web sleuths?" The fuck does that mean? And all their stupid theories were wrong anyway. They all probably now believe in qanon. 

    I want those nearly fours of my life back. 

    Also, I think the director was the guy who did that Ted Bundy documentary. Is that right? If so, wow, what a terrible follow up to a really well done doc. 
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  • F Me In The BrainF Me In The Brain this knows everybody from other commetsPosts: 22,811
    The Cecil Hotel doc is really good.  A bit stretched out but well done.
    "A bit stretched out" to say the least. I found the story somewhat interesting, but I didn't think the documentary was very good. Partially for what you're saying...it's way too long. It could've been a single episode, maybe about an hour and a half. Give me the history of the hotel, some analysis of the elevator video, and then get to the point. But my God, leave out her tumblr posts, the pathetic "web sleuths," and conspiracy theories like the death metal singer possibly being the culprit, I couldn't believe how they went about it. It's like they wanted to make a doc about a supernatural, evil hotel, but all they had to work with was a tourist who drowned in a water tank, and the LAPD was too dumb to locate her body in a timely manner. 
    I'm sorry....this documentary was 100% pure garbage. They could have told the story, which seemed pretty obvious early on, in about twenty minutes. 

    Why on earth would we care what some fucking jokers on youtube think? "Web sleuths?" The fuck does that mean? And all their stupid theories were wrong anyway. They all probably now believe in qanon. 

    I want those nearly fours of my life back. 

    Also, I think the director was the guy who did that Ted Bundy documentary. Is that right? If so, wow, what a terrible follow up to a really well done doc. 

    Glad I saw this before I watched.  Have not watched the Night Stalker one yet, either. 
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  • Ledbetterman10Ledbetterman10 Posts: 14,321
    The Cecil Hotel doc is really good.  A bit stretched out but well done.
    "A bit stretched out" to say the least. I found the story somewhat interesting, but I didn't think the documentary was very good. Partially for what you're saying...it's way too long. It could've been a single episode, maybe about an hour and a half. Give me the history of the hotel, some analysis of the elevator video, and then get to the point. But my God, leave out her tumblr posts, the pathetic "web sleuths," and conspiracy theories like the death metal singer possibly being the culprit, I couldn't believe how they went about it. It's like they wanted to make a doc about a supernatural, evil hotel, but all they had to work with was a tourist who drowned in a water tank, and the LAPD was too dumb to locate her body in a timely manner. 
    I'm sorry....this documentary was 100% pure garbage. They could have told the story, which seemed pretty obvious early on, in about twenty minutes. 

    Why on earth would we care what some fucking jokers on youtube think? "Web sleuths?" The fuck does that mean? And all their stupid theories were wrong anyway. They all probably now believe in qanon. 

    I want those nearly fours of my life back. 

    Also, I think the director was the guy who did that Ted Bundy documentary. Is that right? If so, wow, what a terrible follow up to a really well done doc. 

    Glad I saw this before I watched.  Have not watched the Night Stalker one yet, either. 
    Love these types but don't need to waste time on the poorly done ones.
    I thought Night Stalker was good. Cecil Hotel wasn't. I took a day off of work the day after I got the 2nd Covid vaccine because I wasn't feeling well. So I thought a four-part Netflix doc was a perfect way to spend the day. If I wasn't laying in bed with body aches, I would've probably quit in the middle of the second episode. But I watched on, and went from body aches from the vaccine, to a throbbing headache from the "documentary."

    Night Stalker has good first-hand accounts from the two lead investigators on the case. Not creepy weirdos on YouTube that became obsessed with a girl they never met. And I mean OBSESSED. Not just trying to solve the case. Not just trying to exploit her disappearance for YouTube views. But some of them talk as if they knew her personally. 

    I said in response to Gern Blansten that it "wasn't very good" but really, it's maybe the worst documentary I've ever seen. Check out Night Stalker, don't waste a second on Cecil Hotel. 
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  • F Me In The BrainF Me In The Brain this knows everybody from other commetsPosts: 22,811
    Good feedback, thanks.
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  • tbergstbergs Posts: 7,665
    Night Stalker was good and well done.
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  • The JugglerThe Juggler Behind that bush over there.Posts: 39,161
    The Cecil Hotel doc is really good.  A bit stretched out but well done.
    "A bit stretched out" to say the least. I found the story somewhat interesting, but I didn't think the documentary was very good. Partially for what you're saying...it's way too long. It could've been a single episode, maybe about an hour and a half. Give me the history of the hotel, some analysis of the elevator video, and then get to the point. But my God, leave out her tumblr posts, the pathetic "web sleuths," and conspiracy theories like the death metal singer possibly being the culprit, I couldn't believe how they went about it. It's like they wanted to make a doc about a supernatural, evil hotel, but all they had to work with was a tourist who drowned in a water tank, and the LAPD was too dumb to locate her body in a timely manner. 
    I'm sorry....this documentary was 100% pure garbage. They could have told the story, which seemed pretty obvious early on, in about twenty minutes. 

    Why on earth would we care what some fucking jokers on youtube think? "Web sleuths?" The fuck does that mean? And all their stupid theories were wrong anyway. They all probably now believe in qanon. 

    I want those nearly fours of my life back. 

    Also, I think the director was the guy who did that Ted Bundy documentary. Is that right? If so, wow, what a terrible follow up to a really well done doc. 

    Glad I saw this before I watched.  Have not watched the Night Stalker one yet, either. 
    Love these types but don't need to waste time on the poorly done ones.
    I thought Night Stalker was good. Cecil Hotel wasn't. I took a day off of work the day after I got the 2nd Covid vaccine because I wasn't feeling well. So I thought a four-part Netflix doc was a perfect way to spend the day. If I wasn't laying in bed with body aches, I would've probably quit in the middle of the second episode. But I watched on, and went from body aches from the vaccine, to a throbbing headache from the "documentary."

    Night Stalker has good first-hand accounts from the two lead investigators on the case. Not creepy weirdos on YouTube that became obsessed with a girl they never met. And I mean OBSESSED. Not just trying to solve the case. Not just trying to exploit her disappearance for YouTube views. But some of them talk as if they knew her personally. 

    I said in response to Gern Blansten that it "wasn't very good" but really, it's maybe the worst documentary I've ever seen. Check out Night Stalker, don't waste a second on Cecil Hotel. 
    Yeah those weirdos at the very end we're talking about her as if they were part of her family or something. When in reality they spent years exploiting her death her for clicks on their dumb youtube channels. Horrible documentary.

    Glad to hear Night Stalker is good. Planning on watching that soon. 
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  • tbergstbergs Posts: 7,665
    The Cecil Hotel doc is really good.  A bit stretched out but well done.
    "A bit stretched out" to say the least. I found the story somewhat interesting, but I didn't think the documentary was very good. Partially for what you're saying...it's way too long. It could've been a single episode, maybe about an hour and a half. Give me the history of the hotel, some analysis of the elevator video, and then get to the point. But my God, leave out her tumblr posts, the pathetic "web sleuths," and conspiracy theories like the death metal singer possibly being the culprit, I couldn't believe how they went about it. It's like they wanted to make a doc about a supernatural, evil hotel, but all they had to work with was a tourist who drowned in a water tank, and the LAPD was too dumb to locate her body in a timely manner. 
    I'm sorry....this documentary was 100% pure garbage. They could have told the story, which seemed pretty obvious early on, in about twenty minutes. 

    Why on earth would we care what some fucking jokers on youtube think? "Web sleuths?" The fuck does that mean? And all their stupid theories were wrong anyway. They all probably now believe in qanon. 

    I want those nearly fours of my life back. 

    Also, I think the director was the guy who did that Ted Bundy documentary. Is that right? If so, wow, what a terrible follow up to a really well done doc. 

    Glad I saw this before I watched.  Have not watched the Night Stalker one yet, either. 
    Love these types but don't need to waste time on the poorly done ones.
    I thought Night Stalker was good. Cecil Hotel wasn't. I took a day off of work the day after I got the 2nd Covid vaccine because I wasn't feeling well. So I thought a four-part Netflix doc was a perfect way to spend the day. If I wasn't laying in bed with body aches, I would've probably quit in the middle of the second episode. But I watched on, and went from body aches from the vaccine, to a throbbing headache from the "documentary."

    Night Stalker has good first-hand accounts from the two lead investigators on the case. Not creepy weirdos on YouTube that became obsessed with a girl they never met. And I mean OBSESSED. Not just trying to solve the case. Not just trying to exploit her disappearance for YouTube views. But some of them talk as if they knew her personally. 

    I said in response to Gern Blansten that it "wasn't very good" but really, it's maybe the worst documentary I've ever seen. Check out Night Stalker, don't waste a second on Cecil Hotel. 
    Yeah those weirdos at the very end we're talking about her as if they were part of her family or something. When in reality they spent years exploiting her death her for clicks on their dumb youtube channels. Horrible documentary.

    Glad to hear Night Stalker is good. Planning on watching that soon. 
    In Night Stalker there's even about a five minute segment where they throw then Mayor Feinstein under the bus. Weird to see her in the 80's and not just in her 80's.
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  • mickeyratmickeyrat Posts: 20,177
    edited February 19
    tbergs said:
    The Cecil Hotel doc is really good.  A bit stretched out but well done.
    "A bit stretched out" to say the least. I found the story somewhat interesting, but I didn't think the documentary was very good. Partially for what you're saying...it's way too long. It could've been a single episode, maybe about an hour and a half. Give me the history of the hotel, some analysis of the elevator video, and then get to the point. But my God, leave out her tumblr posts, the pathetic "web sleuths," and conspiracy theories like the death metal singer possibly being the culprit, I couldn't believe how they went about it. It's like they wanted to make a doc about a supernatural, evil hotel, but all they had to work with was a tourist who drowned in a water tank, and the LAPD was too dumb to locate her body in a timely manner. 
    I'm sorry....this documentary was 100% pure garbage. They could have told the story, which seemed pretty obvious early on, in about twenty minutes. 

    Why on earth would we care what some fucking jokers on youtube think? "Web sleuths?" The fuck does that mean? And all their stupid theories were wrong anyway. They all probably now believe in qanon. 

    I want those nearly fours of my life back. 

    Also, I think the director was the guy who did that Ted Bundy documentary. Is that right? If so, wow, what a terrible follow up to a really well done doc. 

    Glad I saw this before I watched.  Have not watched the Night Stalker one yet, either. 
    Love these types but don't need to waste time on the poorly done ones.
    I thought Night Stalker was good. Cecil Hotel wasn't. I took a day off of work the day after I got the 2nd Covid vaccine because I wasn't feeling well. So I thought a four-part Netflix doc was a perfect way to spend the day. If I wasn't laying in bed with body aches, I would've probably quit in the middle of the second episode. But I watched on, and went from body aches from the vaccine, to a throbbing headache from the "documentary."

    Night Stalker has good first-hand accounts from the two lead investigators on the case. Not creepy weirdos on YouTube that became obsessed with a girl they never met. And I mean OBSESSED. Not just trying to solve the case. Not just trying to exploit her disappearance for YouTube views. But some of them talk as if they knew her personally. 

    I said in response to Gern Blansten that it "wasn't very good" but really, it's maybe the worst documentary I've ever seen. Check out Night Stalker, don't waste a second on Cecil Hotel. 
    Yeah those weirdos at the very end we're talking about her as if they were part of her family or something. When in reality they spent years exploiting her death her for clicks on their dumb youtube channels. Horrible documentary.

    Glad to hear Night Stalker is good. Planning on watching that soon. 
    In Night Stalker there's even about a five minute segment where they throw then Mayor Feinstein under the bus. Weird to see her in the 80's and not just in her 80's.

    no, thst segment needed to be in there. SFPD and her fucked the whole investigation with that pc.

    she jumped in front of the bus by herself
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  • HobbesHobbes Pacific NorthwestPosts: 4,644
    The Queen’s Gambit is really good. Didn’t think I’d like it but I do. Even been playing a little online chess because of it. 
    I appreciate the constraint demonstrated to not overtell the story. Simply and beautifully executed.
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