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Old 11-09-2015, 05:12 PM   #951
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Finished watching the Murdoch Mysteries on Netflix last night.
It's a great show.Charlie you might even like it.It has a little CSI in it.

I couldn't believe they didn't include all the seasons.Guess it will be a while before they add the additional seasons 8 and 9.How wude! They were going to leave it and us hanging like that? What!?

Not to be bested I looked on Amazon and bought season 8.Can't believe my husband actually paid for it. Maybe a kiss on the cheek I'll have season 9 by tonight. Doubt that though.
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Old 01-02-2016, 01:14 PM   #952
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Bitter sweet. Sadly for many of us, my favorite TV drama of all time will start it's last season tomorrow night. I can hardly wait....
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Old 01-14-2016, 05:18 PM   #953
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For anyone that wants to watch something for FREE for just this weekend only amazon.com is going to let you watch the show Mozart in the Jungle. BOTH SEASONS for FREE starting on Friday.
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Old 01-14-2016, 05:43 PM   #954
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Thanks for the info Kleenex. I've been curious about that show.
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Old 01-14-2016, 08:55 PM   #955
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Thanks for the info Kleenex. I've been curious about that show.
The whole first two seasons are free starting on Friday. NOW they will give you the pilot episode for free right now like they do for every single show.

You may never see an amazon.com opportunity like this for one full year.

Last year Amazon.com did it for the first season of Transparent after the Golden Globe win. I watched it and just could not really get into it at all although I will say they ended the first episode nicely.
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Old 01-15-2016, 12:46 AM   #956
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I'm thinking of all the people who seem to have a real distaste for reality shows.

I'm sure not talking about the trash that's on, but when we were watching "Alaska, the Last Frontier" I was thinking how if you only watched this show, you'd change your mind. This family started homesteading this land over 70 years ago and the resulting generations are still doing it now. It's a testament to a true American family with real values and so worthy of watching.
Charlie, you above all would love this show.
The Kilchers who are on that show is Jewel's (the singer) family. Their grandfather moved to Alaska from Switzerland. Jewel grew up there roughing it in Alaska. But it looks like it'd be a great lifestyle -- sure hard in some ways but more peaceful too. Yeah they seem like nice people.

My disabled BIL lives with us and loves classic TV, so I've been queuing up a lot of Three Stooges, Laurel and Hardy, and Our Gang on YouTube via the Chromecast (like a Roku).

Here's a cute little 1928 Our Gang episode that involves food. It will tickle your funny bone. My sister has a house built in 1908 that has a kitchen nearly identical to the one in the clip. Though her stove is more modern (it's from the 1950's).

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Old 01-16-2016, 03:10 PM   #957
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Okay So I saw the first season on Mozart in the Jungle for free off Amazon.com and will say I liked it. Way better than the Transparent show I saw last year for free.

At least doing a show about an orchestra is a bit different.

Rodrigo grew on me to be a likable guy.

Did not like the Ana Marie character at all, but she was like important in someway to the whole first season.

That rest of the cast was good. Had a few good jokes in it.

Will start and finish the second season before my time is up.
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Zowwie! I'm into episode 5 of the Netfix new documentary, "Making a Murderer".

Absolutely riveting!! Check this out..
Making A Murderer Review: Show is the best Netflix has ever released | BGR
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There were an article on Yahoo by his wife. And she says the Netflix lied about his innocence. She says he is a monster.


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There were an article on Yahoo by his wife. And she says the Netflix lied about his innocence. She says he is a monster.


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and if she says so, it must be true?
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