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Discussion in 'useless chatter' started by water, Feb 21, 2013.
Caprica, was, so, bad.
Indeed it was. I deleted one.
Just ran across this. Might help you find something. http://www.imdb.com/list/oPFlva67m0k/
Drunk History is pretty d*mn funny. You can't just listen to it though, or put it on in the background while cooking or cleaning. Most of the humor comes from watching actors like Owen Wilson, Lisa Bonet, and Kristen Wiig lip sync some random stranger's drunken ramblings while in period costume.
Quick Draw is amusing. Western comedy series original to Hulu. John Lehr, the sheriff, reminds me a lot of Jason Bateman.
Also discovered a dark French cop drama called Braquo (slang for violent heist) which I recommend. I'm a few episodes in and it's violent with good acting and interesting, believable characters. Like the Wire, the creator of this show is an ex cop. It's subtitled, so if you're into foreign crime dramas it's worth checking out.
I think AMC has a cop show/drama that looks interesting. Low Winter Sun I think?
Been watching that, its not too bad.
Definitely check out Drunk History if you haven't yet. Each episode features a few historical anecdotes about a particular city, interspersed with vomiting, groaning, and blank stares. Last night we watched Chicago, Atlanta, and San Francisco. Hilarious sh*t.
Been watching Drunk History. Good shit.
Or even if you speak French.
I admit that was a clumsily worded sentence.
I was actually just boasting that i speak French. Have I mentioned I speak French? I could be Canadian.
Mon dieu, monsieur!
Speaking of good French crime dramas have you seen Spiral Damon
I've heard of it, and it's on my list. I'm looking forward to that one.
Just making use of my very limited french.
Où est la pharmacie?
Seriously good and gritty drama - kind of like a darker Luther but in French
Sorry, it's your accent.
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