Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by popdisaster00, Mar 29, 2016.
She was fantastic in Undone
I love her but that looks terrible
I'm almost finished with the first season of Amphibia. Not very plot focused most of the time (especially compared to the efficiency of something like Infinity Train) but still very enjoyable. Love that the main character is (and is played by) an Asian American.
Should I start The Undoing or I May Destroy You first?
Haven’t seen The Undoing but I May Destroy You is a show I would consider necessary viewing
My son’s pretty into this. Weirdest thing is watching this and Owl House back to back and realizing they’re kind of the same show. I LOVE the finale to Amphibia season one though. I feel like once they (not sure how far exactly you are so I’ll spoiler tag this next part)
introduce her friend Sasha the plot progression gets really interesting and the ending is genuinely heartbreaking.
The Undoing is not that great, but it’s fun. I May Destroy You is one of the best shows to come out last year, if not the best.
My son just discovered Centaurworld on Netflix. So far I love it. Just read this interview with the creator and I’m pretty invested.
Centaurworld Is a Cartoon Hybrid of Infinite Possibilities
Just finished Season 1 of Amphibia! I generally try to steer clear of spoilers, but before I knew anything about the show I saw a clip on TikTok of
Anne trying to save Sasha from falling off the tower and that's what made me decide to give it a shot. Likewise, I didn't know anything about She-Ra until after I saw that
Adora and Catra kissed or The Owl House until after I saw that
Amity had a huge crush on Luz. A similar thing happened with Infinity Train as well, but I haven't gotten to the clip I saw yet, I guess it wasn't from the first season.
Yeah, The Owl House and Amphibia have a lot of similarities; there's a Japanese term "isekai" used to refer to anime/manga series where the protagonist is trapped in another world. I like The Owl House a bit more, though, but so far I've only seen the first season of each.
is CSI Miami fun to get high to and laugh at or is it just bad bad? think I tried once but I wanna give it another go
I've watched every episode willingly and sober so I'm not one to ask but the first few seasons are decent but it soon turns into just every case being smuggling/drug cartel related
The Mitchells vs the machines was so good
Finished The Wire s1. I think cop drama/law type shows are generally not really my thing but that was about as good as it gets for that type of stuff. A whole lotta heart. Definitely worth the heavy attention that it required. Some real haymaker scenes there toward the end
The s2e1 episode description revealed for me that McNulty is still featured — I didn’t expect that. For some reason I had it in my head that every season was entirely standalone
They're both equally as good in very different ways
Very glad you enjoyed S1, keep it rolling, it stays great every season
We've been binging Friday Night Lights. Only one season left. It's really good, aside from the clumsy leaps related to the writers' strike.
I remember reading some comment on YouTube or god knows where on a FNL clip that said, “for a team that’s supposed to be a traditional powerhouse they sure do seem to be done in the fourth quarter and need game winning drives a lot” and it always makes me chuckle when I think of that show.
along with the coach of the opposing team tackling a player to stop a touchdown lol
Finally starting Deadwood. Let’s see if it lives up to the hype!
A weird thing about FNL is that when they split the town into two school districts and the newly opened school suddenly is full of kids that weren’t in the old one - so where were they? Another thing funny about that is that the town suddenly seems to be way bigger than before because they wanted to tell what feels like a classic 90s inner city-ish story lol
But that’s just what TV was like, I get it
Watching the HBO Max Woodstock ‘99 documentary and I’m sorry but so far this is the most unintentionally hilarious thing I’ve seen in a while. They are treating so much mundane, routine aspects of concerts as if they carry this inherently ominous, dark presence. It’s like PMRC-level shit. Of course it ended up being a horrific shit show, but that was far more a logistical issue, not some cultural one. It’s only in hindsight that any of them feel comfortable acting like it was destined to end like it did
Yeah it’s a very poorly made documentary.
Omg this staff/security guy saying ‘99 was a greater disaster than Hurricane Katrina/Rita. Absolutely straight-faced. Incredible
Lol this was just an unreal quote
To be fair he was a paramedic I believe not a security guard.