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Arli$$.  Not sure why I find it funny as hell but love Wuhl and Oh.

Saw most of it when first aired so catching up on episodes missed. HBO on Demand.

 

And a shout out to Dusty Springfield who sings the title intro. "I Only Want To Be With You"

 

Love the way she pronounces "Honey" in the song.

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14 hours ago, cashnocredit said:

Arli$$.  Not sure why I find it funny as hell but love Wuhl and Oh.

Saw most of it when first aired so catching up on episodes missed. HBO on Demand.

While you are on HBO, the McMillion$ multi-part documentary is actually worth a watch...I initially thought it was just a new series when I saw it on the guide but then realized it was multi-part dealing with the monopoly game scam from 20 years ago.  The federal agent cracks me up...

 

I believe it was six parts in total, so about six hours of viewing...

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With Ovation having started showing up on our channel guide, I have been recording The Practice.  They run several episodes in a row and I just have the DVR set to record...then I watch when I get a chance.  Even got mom hooked on it...

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Mentioned previously but binged and thoroughly enjoyed Upload, although I'd obviously be with the dad on that one. 

 

Lately I've been re-watching Dead Files, and incrementally watching Penny Dreadful, the LA version. I have to watch the last two Outlanders and cancel Starz til it comes back. 

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Law and Order. Best episode I've seen during the binge-a-thon is "White Rabbit"

 

Best line: She'll be out in 2003. The 60's should be over by then.

 

Best exchange:

You couldn't get a search warrant?

The President of the United States said we didn't need one.

 

 

 

 

 

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Wife and I just watched "And the Band Played On." which is about the early days of AIDS. Interesting contrast to Covid-19 which spreads faster but is a couple orders of magnitude less lethal.  Wife lived in SF at the time and many of her friends were gay and some died. It devastated the gay community and has only been effectively treatable for the last few decades. The really long incubation period before serious illness made tracing difficult. And we didn't have the tech we do know to genetically decode viruses and ID them quickly. Still takes a while to figure out exactly how any given virus spreads and does its thing.

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I'll be Gone in the Dark - HBO

 

Back in the 90's browsing in a technical bookstore I found an interesting book that explored the twisted mental states of serial killers. It detailed 6 or 7 difference cases. The book was pricey and apparently marketed to students going into LE or social services areas.

 

Turned out one of these psychopaths dumped several bodies down a ravine that was about 500' from where I lived then. Creepy.

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On 6/27/2020 at 5:46 PM, cashnocredit said:

Wife and I just watched "And the Band Played On." which is about the early days of AIDS. Interesting contrast to Covid-19 which spreads faster but is a couple orders of magnitude less lethal.  Wife lived in SF at the time and many of her friends were gay and some died. It devastated the gay community and has only been effectively treatable for the last few decades. The really long incubation period before serious illness made tracing difficult. And we didn't have the tech we do know to genetically decode viruses and ID them quickly. Still takes a while to figure out exactly how any given virus spreads and does its thing.

 

6 hours ago, Kat58 said:

Murder in the Bayou - Showtime

 

A five-part docu-series investigates the unsolved murders of eight women in and around Jennings, Louisiana.
 

Oddly, I've been binging Queer as Folk (which I have seen and loved) and some storylines prompted me to search around about AIDS and I forgot about AIDS deniers and then it just was depressing thinking about right now.

 

Also, I got Showtime for Penny Dreadful, and it's on Showtime, so I might check this out, it sounds interesting.

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