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    Psyched to hear that Vice have picked up the option for Season 2 of Kocktails with Khlo.

    They have a segment in each episode about natural highs apparently? Very 2005.

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    When I look back on my long life on this cursed planet, my main regret is that I have been unable to see the 1989 pilot for the never to be made Australian version of Rentaghost.

    Rentaghost remains, for the cognoscenti, the dialectical resolution of the original Ghostbusters and The Matrix franchise.

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    The Defiant Ones - started off really well, better than Straight Outta Compton with the early Dre footage and Alonso Williams' hilarious pieces to camera. Ended depressingly - why would anyone with such musical talent become obsessed with business and fucking headphones?! Both Dre and Iovine endlessly stuck in the trap of trying to prove something - what? - to the parts of society that rejected/patronised them as young men. A story as old as human society.

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    halfway through season two of "occupied" from norway, just as good as the first (which was pretty great). the original season predated all the news about Russian meddling, ahead of the curve.

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    I enjoyed Killing Amy, a bit, not as good or as rough as fleabag though,
    and now i'm enjoying Mystery Road ... oz noir

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    just having a go on this bit of juju https://www.squarepenguin.co.uk/
    (with a view to downloading the fantastic horrible histories female explorers katy perry pastiche )

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    Is anyone watching Season 2 of "The Sinner"? It's reminiscent of the first season of True Detective... sort of classic noir/thriller stuff but kinda good to see Bill Pullman again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sufi View Post
    I enjoyed Killing Amy, a bit, not as good or as rough as fleabag though,
    and now i'm enjoying Mystery Road ... oz noir
    While Killing Amy had lots of good points, I found some of the sadism under the guise of 'edgy' entertainment pretty disturbing. Having watched a few episodes of Crashing as well, imo there's generally something disturbed/ing in Phoebe Waller-Bridge's writing, underneath the (very) seductive patina of the engaging and wry scripts. This seems quite an obvious thing to say, but most of the reviews of her shows seem to totally miss it/ignore it.
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    I'm all about Sabrina. And The Final Table, but I'll keep that to myself.

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    Hadn't heard about The Final Table, but will investigate...

    My favourite piece of TV cookery competition ever:


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    Quote Originally Posted by baboon2004 View Post
    Hadn't heard about The Final Table, but will investigate...

    My favourite piece of TV cookery competition ever:

    OMG that's fantastic, thank you. Final Table is grandiosity and pomposity and deep voiced announcers and sets that make the cooks look like Hindu gods.

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