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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    Finished season 3 of Jack Ryan, continues to be a decent watch.
    Beat season yet imo,James Cosmo was great in it


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler Durden View Post
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    The Last of Us has been really incredible Tv so far. Something even better about it being one episode per week too. Donít think the latest episode would work so well if it was a binge release
    I agree, with all of that.

    For the first time, episode 3 deviated from the story in the game, but it deserved it's own distinct showcase (I can't find the right phrase). At first I thought they were incorporating elements of the Part 2 story, but it seems they are planning a second season so maybe not.

    I think we'll see a lot more of the infected and the various baddies in the remaining episodes.

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    Your Honour, enjoying it so far

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    Been watch deep state. Been enjoying it so far

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzywuzzy View Post
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    Been watch deep state. Been enjoying it so far
    Is Mark Strong in that? If so, it is indeed good.

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    After all that hype I think I was expecting a better ending to Happy Valley than that.

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    Angel of Death, Polish serial killer drama on All4, well worth a look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    After all that hype I think I was expecting a better ending to Happy Valley than that.
    Dunno, thought it was pretty decent myself and fitted in with the approach taken throughout. Thought the face off between the two main protagonists was very well done.

    Also seems to have been pretty universally acclaimed elsewhere.

    Never going to suit everyone I suppose and didnít deliver some of the more outrageous suggested endings that were floated in the run up but I donít think it was ever set up to do so.

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    Your Honour, enjoying it so far
    Started it last week,really good

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    After all that hype I think I was expecting a better ending to Happy Valley than that.
    I liked the ending. Brilliantly acted and some kind of redemption for TLR. Itís not like the episode lacked any action, the scenes earlier were brutally violent to the extent I almost had to fast forward it. Iím not usually affected by violence on screen, but Happy Valley has always outdone itself without being ridiculous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EH6 Hibby View Post
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    I liked the ending. Brilliantly acted and some kind of redemption for TLR. It’s not like the episode lacked any action, the scenes earlier were brutally violent to the extent I almost had to fast forward it. I’m not usually affected by violence on screen, but Happy Valley has always outdone itself without being ridiculous.
    Every story apart from the main one was wrapped up in a 30 second chat between Catherine and her boss, I was expecting a bit more depth.

    This saved me a lot of typing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bridge hibs View Post
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    Your Honour, enjoying it so far
    Is this the first season or is there a new one?

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    Is this the first season or is there a new one?
    Second season mate and its good 👍

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bridge hibs View Post
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    Second season mate and its good 👍
    Nice one il check this out really enjoyed S1 havenít even seen an Ad for S2 though totally missed it

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    Your Honour, enjoying it so far
    Enjoyed the first season annoyingly itís on paramount now

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    Navalny.

    Just watched it on BBC4, so it will be on the iPlayer.

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    Has anybody watched Yellowstone and is it worth persevering with?
    Granted I have only watched the first episode of it but it didnít really appeal to me

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    Iím late to the party but having just got Apple TV for the first time Iím loving Ted Lasso so far.

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    The Gold

    Really like Neil Forsyth's writing.

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    Just watched the first episode of the Chris Packham series on autism.

    Pass me the tissues, that was heart rending and uplifting in equal measure.
    There is no such thing as too much yarn, just not enough time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moulin Yarns View Post
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    Just watched the first episode of the Chris Packham series on autism.

    Pass me the tissues, that was heart rending and uplifting in equal measure.
    Agree. Just finished watching it.

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    The Gold

    Really like Neil Forsyth's writing.
    Watched 3 episodes and think itís brilliant, great story but also funny at times

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    Love the Great Pottery Throwdown

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    Quote Originally Posted by Santa Cruz View Post
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    Agree. Just finished watching it.
    I know someone who's daughter is very good at masking, studying at Glasgow University just now. But the bit that got me was Ken Bruce's son. Such intelligence locked up in a young man's head. So glad he is at college now.
    There is no such thing as too much yarn, just not enough time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moulin Yarns View Post
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    I know someone who's daughter is very good at masking, studying at Glasgow University just now. But the bit that got me was Ken Bruce's son. Such intelligence locked up in a young man's head. So glad he is at college now.
    Yeah it was very emotional. Made me wonder who I know is masking unbeknownst to me. If 700,000 females are undiagnosed, I just wonder how many have been misdiagnosed, especially for those on the milder end of the spectrum. I had a training course booked a few weeks back to learn more about autism but was ill and missed it. I'm keen to learn more, looking forward to the 2nd episode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smartie View Post
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    Iím late to the party but having just got Apple TV for the first time Iím loving Ted Lasso so far.
    Yeah it quality.

    Plenty of good stuff on Apple to be fair.

    They donít have a huge output but what they do do tends to be pretty good.

    Not having it before youíll have quite wee selection to get through!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyeSloan View Post
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    Yeah it quality.

    Plenty of good stuff on Apple to be fair.

    They donít have a huge output but what they do do tends to be pretty good.

    Not having it before youíll have quite wee selection to get through!
    I persisted with the first season but didnít enjoy it at all. Jason Sudekis as Ted Lasso was actually decent but found the rest of the acting terrible, pretty cringeworthy at times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keyser Sauzee View Post
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    I persisted with the first season but didnít enjoy it at all. Jason Sudekis as Ted Lasso was actually decent but found the rest of the acting terrible, pretty cringeworthy at times.
    Well yeah comedy is always a bit like that to be fair. Iím one of the few who never likes the Office for example!

    Itís won plenty of accolades though so they must have done something right.

    Best comedy on Apple is Acapulco Iíd say, enjoyed that more than Lasso.

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    Last of us remains really good, slight merging of certain things from part 2 in the latest episode rather than the first game, but setting it all up well and remaining really faithful

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    For those discussing shows on Apple TV check out 'Shrinking' with Jason Segel. Brilliant.

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