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    Posted: 05 Oct 2020 at 10:38pm
Has anyone watched Bridget and Eamon? I suspect some heavy drug use, inspired some of this show.
I was caught off guard, and got the best laugh in years- I won’t give it away, somewhere in season 4....F-ing
Screwball show.
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I've just finished watching I May Destroy You, which was amazing - a really thought provoking - and often hilarious - exploration of sexual assault and consent, and being a young adult and all that. Really really good. 
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Yeah, I felt Marcella went a bit off the rails in season 2. I haven’t even watched the third season yet.

Originally posted by mr randal mr randal wrote:

^I’ve been curious about Midsomar Murders for a while, will give it a look.


Marcella on Netflix is a good watch, gets pretty weird in season two and three
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Recently finished all of Schitts Creek and What We Do in the Shadows S2. I’m waiting for S4 of Better Things to start in the UK.
Helixing my inner beanie
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^I’ve been curious about Midsomar Murders for a while, will give it a look.


Marcella on Netflix is a good watch, gets pretty weird in season two and three
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Midsomer Murders anyone? I blasted through the 18-19 seasons that were on Netflix a few years ago. The earliest seasons are the campiest/best.
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The show- All aboard, almost no talking- episode 2 takes you through the English countryside- the camera is on top
Of a bus. If you have a good size TV, very relaxing to watch.
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I just finished Midnight Sun on Netflix- a French/Swedish co-production and a classic Nordic Noir with all required elements present- pretty female detective with emotional problems joins with older male detective with family problems and bratty teenagers to solve an intricately plotted crime, along the way turning out every dirty secret in town and exposing malfeasance at a large privately funded project worth billions.
It’s great, although extra grim, well worth a look.
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^ indeed ! 

may have to try out their methods the next time i find a pair of 55 501s 
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Bob, did you see the episode where they break in a pair of jeans yet?
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