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    Cobra Kai.............awesome...........that is all
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    I stuck with Traces to the end but tbh I was a bit bored with it.

    Currently 5 episodes into The Serpent which I am really enjoying. I intended to watch 1 episode last night and ended up sitting up half the night watching 'just one more'. I've read reviews saying it's a bit slow but I quite like that about it. Tahar Rahim is excellent.

    I'm currently working my way through a lot of things on iplayer that I have been saying I am going to watch for ages.

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    I stuck with Traces to the end but tbh I was a bit bored with it.

    Currently 5 episodes into The Serpent which I am really enjoying. I intended to watch 1 episode last night and ended up sitting up half the night watching 'just one more'. I've read reviews saying it's a bit slow but I quite like that about it. Tahar Rahim is excellent.

    I'm currently working my way through a lot of things on iplayer that I have been saying I am going to watch for ages.
    Iím also watching The Serpent and really enjoying it. The music is really good in it too.

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    Is it bad I really like The Wheel.

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    Iím also watching The Serpent and really enjoying it. The music is really good in it too.
    You've just reminded me to look up one of the tracks. Jump into the Fire (Harry Nilsson). Sure it was used in Goodfellas as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibby70 View Post
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    You've just reminded me to look up one of the tracks. Jump into the Fire (Harry Nilsson). Sure it was used in Goodfellas as well
    Yep, the paranoia scene where heís driving and it finishes playing The Whoís Magic Bus.

    What a talent Harry Nilsson was. A big catalogue with a lot of guff in it but Pandemonium Shadow Show, Nilsonn Schmilsonn & of course Aerial Ballet are excellent albums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pretty Boy View Post
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    I stuck with Traces to the end but tbh I was a bit bored with it.

    Currently 5 episodes into The Serpent which I am really enjoying. I intended to watch 1 episode last night and ended up sitting up half the night watching 'just one more'. I've read reviews saying it's a bit slow but I quite like that about it. Tahar Rahim is excellent.

    I'm currently working my way through a lot of things on iplayer that I have been saying I am going to watch for ages.
    I see Jenna Coleman is getting panned for her French accent, I'm quite happy to let her away with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Modfather View Post
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    Yep, the paranoia scene where heís driving and it finishes playing The Whoís Magic Bus.

    What a talent Harry Nilsson was. A big catalogue with a lot of guff in it but Pandemonium Shadow Show, Nilsonn Schmilsonn & of course Aerial Ballet are excellent albums.
    The point? 😉
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moulin Yarns View Post
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    The point? 😉
    I only listed the albums of his I own but The Point is decent, once you strip out the bloody narrator 😀

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    The Simpsons. Just so funny, especially the early ones.

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    Iím also watching The Serpent and really enjoying it. The music is really good in it too.
    Is The Serpent a BBC thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler Durden View Post
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    Is The Serpent a BBC thing?
    Yeah

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    The Serpent is really good, only watched 2 episodes so far but really enjoying it.

    Also been watching Ďtracesí on bbc iplayer and enjoying that. Murder mystery set in Dundee with a good cast.

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    Anyone watched Wanda Vison? Some of the Marvel films are good but find Marvel hit and miss. My wife loves Marvel though so watched the first episode with her. Very weird, Iíll give it one more episode before Iím out, declaring it utter nonsense.

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    Tin Star season 3


    Outstanding , Tim Roth

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Modfather View Post
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    Iím also watching The Serpent and really enjoying it. The music is really good in it too.
    Weíre on the penultimate episode 7. I just think the whole story is a bit weak, I hate the constant back and forward in time storytelling, but Mrs Bollah is enjoying it so Iím ploughing on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibsbollah View Post
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    Weíre on the penultimate episode 7. I just think the whole story is a bit weak, I hate the constant back and forward in time storytelling, but Mrs Bollah is enjoying it so Iím ploughing on.
    Weíve not long finished the second episode. Itís not for me, first two episodes have been a chore and not particularly interested to find out whatís actually going on. Will let Mrs Modfather watch it solo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Modfather View Post
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    Anyone watched Wanda Vison? Some of the Marvel films are good but find Marvel hit and miss. My wife loves Marvel though so watched the first episode with her. Very weird, Iíll give it one more episode before Iím out, declaring it utter nonsense.
    We obviously don't know what's going on just now, but each episode is going too be based on a different decade of TV, that has me intrigued to see what's going on, get the impression I'm not going to know if I really like it or not until I can piece it all together

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    I stuck with The Serpent but I was pretty zoned out by the end. The constant jumping about with the timeline started to grate. As a concept it was fine but for the sake 20-30 second scenes was just excessive. It's one of those shows that suffered because the real story is so mental that a drama is always going to fall a bit short.

    I've just started watching Pole to Pole with Michael Palin. I've never seen it before and loved the 1st couple of episodes. It's both dated and timeless in equal measure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pretty Boy View Post
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    I stuck with The Serpent but I was pretty zoned out by the end. The constant jumping about with the timeline started to grate. As a concept it was fine but for the sake 20-30 second scenes was just excessive. It's one of those shows that suffered because the real story is so mental that a drama is always going to fall a bit short.

    I've just started watching Pole to Pole with Michael Palin. I've never seen it before and loved the 1st couple of episodes. It's both dated and timeless in equal measure.
    I finished The Serpent last night, the timeline jumps did become a tad tedious.

    Pole to Pole is majestic zone out viewing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pretty Boy View Post
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    I stuck with The Serpent but I was pretty zoned out by the end. The constant jumping about with the timeline started to grate. As a concept it was fine but for the sake 20-30 second scenes was just excessive. It's one of those shows that suffered because the real story is so mental that a drama is always going to fall a bit short.

    I've just started watching Pole to Pole with Michael Palin. I've never seen it before and loved the 1st couple of episodes. It's both dated and timeless in equal measure.
    Pole to Pole was brilliant. I remember watching it when it was first out, what was it, late 90s or something? Palin is just such an unarguably decent and warm person you canít help going along with him emotionally as well. And are you getting that on the iPlayer?

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    Pole to Pole was brilliant. I remember watching it when it was first out, what was it, late 90s or something? Palin is just such an unarguably decent and warm person you canít help going along with him emotionally as well. And are you getting that on the iPlayer?
    1991. The Soviet Union is still a thing!

    Yep on iPlayer. A few of his travel docs are on there along with a few other classics.
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