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Anyone catch castle rock on Hulu? My kid gets a free Hulu subscription for some college deal- first two episodes were intriguing but just slow as F.

Waiting on next season of Punisher (if there will be one)

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Watched “Bird Box” last night since I am apparently the only person on the planet who hadn’t watched it yet. Must have saved a fortune since their creature affects were just a couple leaf blowers. 

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19 hours ago, Road Guy said:


Anyone catch castle rock on Hulu? My kid gets a free Hulu subscription for some college deal- first two episodes were intriguing but just slow as F.

Waiting on next season of Punisher (if there will be one)

I pretty sure I saw some sort of preview or article or somethin on Punisher Season 2. Now just wondering how I will be able to actually watch it, since the kid is always around when we're Netflixing....

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He is on high school he has heard the langauge before I imagine

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Currently an hour into Hustle & Flow, on Amazon Prime. I'd never seen it before (but my fiance has), and I think it's pretty good so far.

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On ‎12‎/‎31‎/‎2018 at 3:07 PM, Road Guy said:

He is on high school he has heard the langauge before I imagine

It's not the language, it's the eyes being gouged out, brains splattering on the wall, etc. 

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Birdbox was lame-ish, Bandersnatch was worse.

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The Ranch has been the best thing on Netflix that I've seen to day (seasons 1-5 that is). I'm not sure how I feel about s.6 yet

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5 hours ago, Supe said:

Birdbox was lame-ish, Bandersnatch was worse.

I'm still trying to watch Birdbox, but I fear I'm ruined by memes. 

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Well, the memes are better than the movie, so...

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it just seems like a dumb concept, like they copied (whatever the movie was where you died if you didn't get someone else to watch the video) but they decided to crank it up a notch..?

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It was like the show Lost (invisible wind monsters) had a baby with A Quiet Place, but used blindfolds instead of being quiet.

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They have had some good ones but also some flops..

I really liked Bloodline, but they went a little loopy with the story line and then killed it off..

Hoping they don't do the same thing with Ozark - but I don't know how much longevity they can get out of that one -

 

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I just watched Derry Girls.  It is amaaaaaaaazing.  Only 6 episodes/half hour per episode, but it was great!  Set in the early 90s during the Troubles in Northern Ireland.  My mom and I were howling with laughter (it involves four girls in Catholic school and all this great nonsense, did not go the serious route).  I can't wait for the next season, but it looks like it is only being released in the UK this March, so I think I'm going to have a bit of a wait...

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Tau on Netflix. A lot of twists and turns I did not see coming.

 

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I'm being a basic bitch and watching Marie Kondo's organizing show.  It's fun, I like it and it's giving me ideas for my home.  Just watching some of those houses stresses me out though. I'm not going to pretend I'm a super neat freak, but I'm clean and too much clutter stresses me out.

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I watched Birdbox last night. I thought it was just okay.

My coworker recommended the show "You". He said to watch the first ten minutes, then I'd be hooked.

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6 hours ago, txjennah PE said:

I'm being a basic bitch and watching Marie Kondo's organizing show.  It's fun, I like it and it's giving me ideas for my home.  Just watching some of those houses stresses me out though. I'm not going to pretend I'm a super neat freak, but I'm clean and too much clutter stresses me out.

Be sure to first thank those things you want to toss into the trash. 

Mrs Kevo and I are watching that show now. I get the feeling that I will be going to the Goodwill this coming weekend.

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@Road Guy, you really need to watch a couple episodes of The Goldbergs. IMO, you are basically the dad...LOL. Not in physical form, but in some of the mannerisms. LOL :thumbs:

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Watched S1 of Mrs. Maisel.  Trying to decide to invest in S2.  I really like the pyrex.

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16 hours ago, kevo_55 said:

Be sure to first thank those things you want to toss into the trash. 

Mrs Kevo and I are watching that show now. I get the feeling that I will be going to the Goodwill this coming weekend.

Yeahhhh the whole "thanking items for their service" thing is a bit much, but I guess whatever makes people feel better about tossing their junk lol.

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2 hours ago, txjennah PE said:

Yeahhhh the whole "thanking items for their service" thing is a bit much, but I guess whatever makes people feel better about tossing their junk lol.

It just illustrates how much people value their "stuff". They need closure before parting. I remember the clearing out we had before moving to NZ where we had to unload a lot of things. Multiple trips to Goodwill/Salvation Army and a 3-day yard sale. We set prices at the yard sale to be "give us what you think it's worth". Didn't even want to haggle prices. I didn't realize how much of MY stuff my wife gave away without telling me (she got rid of a lot of her stuff too). At first I was hurt that some of my things were gone, but afterwards it was quite liberating knowing that I had less crap to deal with.

(I certainly have a few things that I'd need some sort of goodbye ceremony before getting rid of)

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