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John Byrne
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I tried to watch BOSTON LEGAL again a few months back and found the #metoo movement had left it irreparable tainted.
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Brian Miller
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Aw man...
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John Harrison
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Been watching Smallville in random sporadic episodes on Hulu I really don't know why its like when I started watching General Hospital twenty odd years ago a weird gravity of pretty girls and drama  Ten years for Clark to put the suit on tho. Hard to believe it ran that long. 


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Joe S. Walker
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ENGRENAGES (or SPIRAL) season 7 on French DVD. A show past its peak (that was seasons 3 and 4), and this season felt less firmly-written than before, with episodes coming to a stop rather than building to a climax, and occasional scenes where the characters pause to remind one another of the plot. Still a great cast of characters, though.
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EVIL ROY SLADE (1973)

TV movie evolved from a busted pilot. Surprised to note how many of my go-to lines I swiped from this one.

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STAR TREK The Doomsday Machine

After a discussion of a new model of this beastie from Eaglemoss I surfed into the episode, coincidentally, on BBC America. I decided to pop in my DVD copy to avoid the aggravation of commercials.

The episode holds up well dramatically, but the special effects were not all that great to begin with. As noted in the Eaglemoss discussion, I have no problem with the stiffened windsock playing the Planet Killer, but the SFX crew seemed to have had a whole lot of trouble with maintaining scale. Plus, the phaser blasts are ridiculous.

Still, easily a top ten favorite.

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Last to the party here, but we've been binging The Good Place. Currently in S2, and I love how well written this thing is. The actors are all wonderful (I'd watch Ted Danson in anything, and he really seems to be enjoying this role). Very clever and funny. 
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