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John Harrison
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Posted: 22 May 2020 at 3:11pm | IP Logged | 1 post reply

I can't even bring myself to watch GLOW, she looks like a different person. I
was crazy smitten with her while Community was airing, and I know I was far
from the only one.

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Same here. I made it thru one episode of GLOW which I believe had her nude
in it and still I couldn't keep watching. She looks just looks unhealthy to me. I
know they went thru some serious training for the show but she is
unrecognizable besides here eyes.



I recently watched MASH as well.   I made it up to the first few of Charles
Winchester then stopped. I don't think I ever realized how much the show
needed Frank.   
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Trevor Smith
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Posted: 22 May 2020 at 3:23pm | IP Logged | 2 post reply

"I can only do the first three seasons of COMMUNITY with
any kind of regularity."

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Being on season three, you're kinda scaring me!
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Shaun Barry
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You guys should stick with GLOW... it's an excellent show, very funny with lots of great performances.  Don't judge it too harshly by its first episode alone.

If you truly appreciate Brie's acting, she's stellar in this one.  It's arguably her greatest role so far.






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Doug Centers
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Been making my way thru the first season of THE INCREDIBLE HULK.
When I was younger, not sure if I realized how much the ladies were drawn to David at practically every stop. Quite impressive being that most times he's introduced to them as a transient.

I understand how sometimes it was tough for the writers to find different ways for David to get angry or enraged. One scene had him trigger the change when he did not have the correct change for a pay phone!
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My favorite Hulk-out, Doug!  That one always stuck with me as a kid (even then, I could understand the frustration he was going through), and years later, but before re-runs and DVDs, I would recall that episode one day, out of the blue, and think to myself, "Waitaminute... did David really turn into the Hulk one time, when he didn't have exact change for the phone operator??"  and instantly laughing out loud to myself!

Kinda gives you chuckle, too, when you stop and realize the very first time he turned into the Hulk was because he couldn't change a car tire!



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PARKS & RECREATION - "Ron & Jammy" [2015]

One of my all-time favorite P&R episodes.  First time I ever watched it, I was howling and wheezing and crying from laughing so loud.

Jon Glaser was never funnier as Councilman Jamm than in this brilliant episode.  (And Amy Poehler's impersonation of Megan Mullally's Tammy is pure gold as well.)

(I also love the blink-and-you'll-miss-it sight gags that sprinkle the series... this is my third or fourth time watching this episode, and I only now noticed Jamm's hair coming out in Ron's hands during one brief scene.  Which of course made me laugh even harder!)






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Getting ready to start season 3 of GLOW.

Really liking this series. Great cast of characters.

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A return visit to NEWS RADIO.
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I'm watching NEWSRADIO as well! I love this show, and it holds up so well. I
am about to get to the last two episodes of the fourth season, the last season
with Phil Hartmann. I'm not sure I will do the fifth season - there's some really
great stuff (like the first tribute to Hartman and the "Boston" episode), but
Hartman's absence is accentuated by just how much Jon Lovitz doesn't quite
fit in the show for me.

I was a fan during its original run, and was able to see an episode filmed, which
was an amazing experience. My friend who got me in worked for Brillstein
Grey, and she gave me this mug:



It's some kind of mega-mug with a twist top to keep it hot - it's kind of
unwieldy. I need to get my hands on an WNYX mug like they have on the show.
They seem pretty cheap online.


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Phil Geiger
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Finally got around to watching the final season of LONGMIRE. I was pleased with the final season and how they wrap things up.

Finished season two of DEADWOOD and am about half through S3. This show continues to impress me.

Watched season two of JACK RYAN. I thought it was great.
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Petter Myhr Ness
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BUFFY TVS seasons 1 - 4

Been binging some BUFFY for the first time in years. A very nice rewatch. Still the show with the best lines and most likeable cast. Not sure I'll continue after season 4, though. It's clear at that point that the peak has been reached. 

Oddly enough, I was a huge fan of ANGEL when it ran, but it has little rewatch-appeal to me.  
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Wrapping up the final season of NEWSRADIO.
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