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    Quote Originally Posted by swampdragon View Post
    Fleabag is really funny and a bit uncomfortably dark too.
    Speaking of dark .... Has anyone watched Dark on netflix? I was reading really good things about it on reddit lately, but reddit certainly skews young and angsty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heyelander View Post
    Speaking of dark .... Has anyone watched Dark on netflix? I was reading really good things about it on reddit lately, but reddit certainly skews young and angsty.
    never heard of it, what is it about?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fresno Bob View Post
    never heard of it, what is it about?
    not entirely sure. German show. Sci-fi, time travel, missing kid .... I may have to just watch and find out.
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    Cobra Kia season 1 is free on youtube (short ads) and season 2 will be free starting 9/11weekly. I binged season 1 last weekend and surprisingly good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by revo View Post
    With season 2 finally dropping in a couple of weeks, if you haven't watched Mindhunter on Netflix, now is the time to do so. It's based on the true accounts of two FBI agents in 1977 who basically become the first profilers of serial killers. The cases they work on are all true accounts and involve some of the worst serial killers of the day (BTK killer, Richard Speck, Ed Kemper among others). Season 2 follows with the Atlanta serial killings by Wayne Williams in 1979 and includes Charles Manson and the Son of Sam.
    One of my favorite shows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schlesinj View Post
    One of my favorite shows.
    Episode 2, with the Son of Sam, was great. I even learned something new about the case, that he made up all that shit about talking dogs and stuff because of The Exorcist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by revo View Post
    Episode 2, with the Son of Sam, was great. I even learned something new about the case, that he made up all that shit about talking dogs and stuff because of The Exorcist.
    If you listened to the Monster poscast about the Atlanta Child Murders they were very accurate to how it happened on the show.

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    Just watched the Season 1 Episode 1 of Country Music A Film by Ken Burns.

    Fantastic! Just Fantastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregg View Post
    Just watched the Season 1 Episode 1 of Country Music A Film by Ken Burns.

    Fantastic! Just Fantastic.
    Ken Burns could make a documentary about paint drying and it would be good. I always wait for his stuff to come out on dvd. I will look for the dvd next year. Hopefully, he does future documentaries on other music genres like rock & roll and rhythm & blues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madducks View Post
    Ken Burns could make a documentary about paint drying and it would be good. I always wait for his stuff to come out on dvd. I will look for the dvd next year. Hopefully, he does future documentaries on other music genres like rock & roll and rhythm & blues.
    Didn't he already do one on jazz?
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