The "what are you watching" thread

Jacuzzi Billy

Watching PTI
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I've been watching MST3K: The Gauntlet. I know people complained about the first season not being constantly hilarious, but the show never was (I've been rewatching episodes as my sleep show for the past couple of months). It's hard to do that for a two hour show. But, like the first season, it's still a pitch perfect recreation of the original show with the easy going vibe that makes it consistently enjoyable for the 90 or so minutes without commercials.

At six episodes this season might be too short, but at 14 episodes the first season was a bit too long. But it's not something you need to marathon, so who cares? I'm glad to have it back.

Also, @Jacuzzi Billy I know you're always interested in the latest in stand up comedy, and I notice that Russell Brand has a new special out on Netflix. Would you have the balls to take it on?
Not a chance. I don't even consider him a comic. I forgot how hilariously terrible his show was.

I've watched the first couple episodes of MST3K: The Gauntlet. Didn't you guys HitW Mac and Me? I thought it was a good one.
 

LiddyRules

The 9/11 Moon Landings Were An Outside Job
Not a chance. I don't even consider him a comic. I forgot how hilariously terrible his show was.

I've watched the first couple episodes of MST3K: The Gauntlet. Didn't you guys HitW Mac and Me? I thought it was a good one.
RIP PowerPoint Dave
 

LiddyRules

The 9/11 Moon Landings Were An Outside Job
I started watching Lodge 49. It's decent. Not great, but somewhat delightful, not as annoying as the commercials made it look. But more importantly @HandPanzer is Sonya Cassidy is the recipient of the Abigail Spencer Memorial Award for Insanely Hot Depressive Sister





 
I started watching Lodge 49. It's decent. Not great, but somewhat delightful, not as annoying as the commercials made it look. But more importantly @HandPanzer is Sonya Cassidy is the recipient of the Abigail Spencer Memorial Award for Insanely Hot Depressive Sister





Let us hope that, like Abigail Spencer, she's an amateur filmmaker.
 
Letterkenny.

Canadian TVs finest comedy. There's a major release of episodes on December 27. Seasons 1-6 will be available on Hulu and that's what I plan to do until this blizzard passes.

Michelle Mylett plays the unapologetic tart.

Enjoy.
 

Jacuzzi Billy

Watching PTI
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@LiddyRules You ever watch Goliath 2? I think I'm ready to start it finally. But I'm also thinking of trying Travelers, which is probably a mistake.
 

Pigdango

Silence, you mortal Fuck!
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I watched a couple episodes of The Good Cop, starring Tony Danza, Josh Groban(?) and a girl with one of the best asses I’ve seen in a long time. The show isn’t great, but that ass..
 

Jacuzzi Billy

Watching PTI
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I watched a couple episodes of The Good Cop, starring Tony Danza, Josh Groban(?) and a girl with one of the best asses I’ve seen in a long time. The show isn’t great, but that ass..
Monica Barbaro? You have a type. And I agree with it.
 
A "Sopranos" marathon that's being recorded off HBO2. Geez, don't I have enough to watch?
 
The Ranch, its the Ashton Kutcher show on netflix. Its better than anything on network tv. Also it has a lot of John Elway references so its like they made the show just for me. A lot of the people from that 70s show are in it.
 

LiddyRules

The 9/11 Moon Landings Were An Outside Job
The Ranch, its the Ashton Kutcher show on netflix. Its better than anything on network tv. Also it has a lot of John Elway references so its like they made the show just for me. A lot of the people from that 70s show are in it.
Ashton Kutcher is so unwatchable he'd ruin a Mila Kunis sexual intercourse tape.
 
The Ranch, its the Ashton Kutcher show on netflix. Its better than anything on network tv. Also it has a lot of John Elway references so its like they made the show just for me. A lot of the people from that 70s show are in it.
I don't watch much network TV these days, but I can guarantee a show starring Asthon Kutcher is far worse than anything it has to offer.

Do they make any Paxton Lynch references?
 
Over the holidays I re-binged Mad Men. Still one of the best series around, and I'm surprised there's been no rumblings of anything more from Don and Co.
 

LiddyRules

The 9/11 Moon Landings Were An Outside Job
Over the holidays I re-binged Mad Men. Still one of the best series around, and I'm surprised there's been no rumblings of anything more from Don and Co.
I rewatched it last yet. I love it when I watched it live, but appreciated it far more the second time around. So many great characters and growth.
 
Does anyone remember Temptation Island? Last episode was 2003 and they are rebooting it on USA. It's bad reality tv but I sometimes enjoy bad reality tv. Going to give it a try.

Fun fact: Patrice's "wife" was on one of the seasons.


Now, they just need to bring back Kid Nation.
 

LiddyRules

The 9/11 Moon Landings Were An Outside Job
I'm finally getting around to finishing The Sopranos, then I think Mad Men is next.
After finishing Mad Men I thought about re-starting The Sopranos because I hadn't watched it since it was first on. I haven't gotten to it yet because I decided to jump into other shows. I'm interested in seeing how it holds up because I remember thinking the final seasons were a bit of a drag. (Carmela's spec house.) And in the way I grew to appreciate Mad Men for the variety of characters it had (Pete Campbell and Harry Crane really grew on me second time around), I wonder if the characters in Sopranos have much of a melange beyond "different types of Meathead."

Does anyone remember Temptation Island? Last episode was 2003 and they are rebooting it on USA. It's bad reality tv but I sometimes enjoy bad reality tv. Going to give it a try.

Fun fact: Patrice's "wife" was on one of the seasons.


Now, they just need to bring back Kid Nation.
I wish Cheaters would have new episodes. And I like how every episode of Baggage is like a decade old at this point.
 
I recorded "The Sopranos" of HBO2 as they were doing a marathon, and now I'm binging. There's so much I missed or don't remember from the first time around.

Fun fact: Steve Schirippa (Bobby Bacala) was the entertainment director at the Riviera Hotel-Casino before he turned to acting. He hired an Air Force chaplain to work at the wedding chapel. My aunt got a job there as a florist, and those two eventually got married. So the way I see it, Tony Soprano's brother-in-law brought him to our family.
 
Fun fact: Steve Schirippa (Bobby Bacala) was the entertainment director at the Riviera Hotel-Casino before he turned to acting. He hired an Air Force chaplain to work at the wedding chapel. My aunt got a job there as a florist, and those two eventually got married. So the way I see it, Tony Soprano's brother-in-law brought him to our family.
When does the fun start?
 
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