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*** Official TV Thread ***

Discussion in 'Randomination' started by markysimmo, 14 Jan 2012.

  1. philspursuk

    philspursuk Noé Pamarot

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    Randomly watched This is England 90 again yesterday. Such a powerful emotion provoking piece of TV. If this was airing for the first time during the netflix era Im sure everyone would be calling it the best thing ever.
     
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    ricky2tricky4city Rafael Van Der Vaart

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    It is brilliant.
     
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    philspursuk Noé Pamarot

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    The scene where they're having lunch and need to tell them that Combo is coming out and the reason he was inside and the ramifications of him coming out, just amazing. had to call the wife in to watch it again.
     
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    markysimmo Johnny nice-tits

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    greatwhitenorf Jermaine Jenas

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    Been enjoying the poignant and funny HBO series, Hacks.

    Jean Smart (Designing Women) won an Emmy for her remarkable performances in Season 1. She plays a famous but fading comedian who is a local legend in her hometown of Las Vegas. Looking for an assistant and writer, she winds up with a struggling LA comedy writer who doesn't remotely want to take this job. That character is played by Hannah Einbinder, daughter of Larraine Newman, cast member of the original Saturday Night Live on NBC, and an absolute star. Really fun ride as their relationship - and personal lives - swoop and swirl all over the place.

    Seriously good writing, plot and character development. I reluctantly sat down to watch this with my wife as she had read good reviews on it. Anything but a 'chick flick' sort of series. Just watched the opening episode of season two and roared with laughter. But start at the beginning.
     
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