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Brian Miller
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Posted: 01 June 2019 at 8:52pm | IP Logged | 1 post reply

Ooh. Iíve not seen that since it aired. Wonder if itís streaming anywhere. 
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We just finished the first season of DEAD TO ME on Netflix. Really enjoyed it. A few twists and turns you donít expect. Some you do. Some really good work by the ever adorable Christina Applegate and eternally lovely Linda Cardellini. 
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I got out some British DVD sets with episodes I haven't seen on them. Last night I enjoyed one Ghost Squad circa 1962 followed by a Doom Watch circa 1969. I still have some Z Cars, Strange Report and Out Of The Unknown I haven't gotten to, always nice to have things on hand when there is 'nowt on telly'. :^)

Oh, and I saw an episode of a new show called Dimension 505 I think it's called... sort of an Outer Limits updated... the one I saw was centered on a woman inspired by a 'Time Ranger' cartoon show growing up that is being erased from existence. It was fun, they showed bits of the cartoon and there were figures and a theme song... I might try another episode. I might have the title remembered a bit wrong though.
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WHERE NO MAN HAS GONE BEFORE and THE CORBOMITE MANEUVER ó1966

Two of my favorite STAR TREK TOS episodes, conveniently on the same disk.

The second was directed by Joseph Sargent, which sent me to the IMDb to remind myself of his other work. Several of my favorite movies, as it turns out. Amusingly, for three of his movie and TV jobs they use comicbook covers in lieu of posters.

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