Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by mdee, Feb 7, 2017.
I'm also on the Ozark Train. Watched the 4th episode last night.
I am only halfway through, but I personally really like it, and like back to back (binging) on it.
Others have liked it too. I'd load up for your flight, try it, and if you hate it, you can trow tomatoes at us when you come back
How do you load Netflicks shows onto an iPad? I don't have one, but my wife does.
Like an asshole I started watching Bloodline thinking (because my wifes drunken cousin told her) that it was a vampire series. I love horror. I loved the first 3 or 4 books of the Vampire chronicles, loved True Blood on HBO, fuck, my love for bloodsucking immortals goes back to the 1979 made for CBS version of Stephen Kings "Salems Lot" flick. Scared the unholy beejezus outta me..
So, I start watching Bloodline, and I'm thinking.."hmmmm, a vampire series set in the state of Florida...The Sunshine State?!?!" Ok, Danny gets everyone infected, and then there Islamorada becomes a vampy town..."
When my wife told me after the first 3 episodes it wasn't a vampire series, the sheer embarrassment kept me away from Bloodline.
Looking forward to the new season of "Stranger Things" almost as much as I am my trip to LV in November. lol
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is my newest Netflix show with the wife. Very much enjoyed Schitt's Creek.
If you're allowed to download it, you'll see an arrow pointing down next to each episode. It will "expire" after some time, so I will always download what I want the night before the flight. When you're ready to watch, hit the menu icon in the top left corner and you'll see a Downloads option.
Thank yo BostonJP.
As summer draws to a close:
Trailer Park Boys (series)
House of Cards (Kevin Spacey rendition)
The Killing (series)
Bloodline is worth watching as the family saga gets really nuts...
I'm really enjoying Ozark. Can't wait till episode 8 when we find out how Marty met the Mexican Cartel dude
Ozark - totally enjoyed it!
I just read The Crown, Season 2, isn't debuting until November.
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is like waiting for a Vegas trip.
Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later (8 half hour episodes)
It's a kooky story of a group of Campers meeting up for their 10 year reunion.
It has a number of stars in it... Paul Rudd, Kristen Wiig, Elizabeth Banks, Amy Poehler
Just finished Season 1 of The Crown. 5 Stars.
Watching Ozark and American Crime.
Going to start The Fall.
I usually watch old westerns from Starz Encore at night/Wells Fargo, Cheyenne, etc.....mindless entertainment. My wife watches shows on Netflix that she raves about...one in particular is Schitt'$ Creek starring Eugene Levy. Last week she finally got me to watch it, and I couldn't stop. There are two seasons, with season three on deck. I watched 23 episodes/22 minutes each, over two days. This is whacked out comedy and I loved it. Curious is anyone else has seen the show? I'm saving the final season two episode for this weekend.
I will definitely be taking more advantage of my Netflix account, as the cable company raised the price - again - and I dropped all but my internet from them. Just my opinion, but they are going to "bundle" themselves right out of business .
Watched 13 Reasons Why. Watched the first season of Quantico. Couldn't really get into the second season. I pick away at some of my favorites, Criminal Minds, Bones (really miss the first 3 seasons as those were some of the best episodes), NCIS. I wish they would add NCIS LA.
I still haven't made it all the way through some older shows, like Sons of Anarchy and Once Upon a Time.
I also bought an antenna off Amazon and look forward to my nightly episode of Gilligan's Island on Me TV .
Just got a notice of a new Netflix series titled: Atypical.
It's about an 18yr old high-school-senior who is on the high-functioning end of the autism spectrum.
He decides he wants to find himself a girlfriend and all kinds of hijinks ensue.
Saw the trailer this morning. Looks like a dramedy.
I've always liked Jennifer Jason Leigh's acting and she plays the mom so I'm in for at least the
first couple of episodes. Michael Rapaport plays the dad.
So there you go.
Stalled on Netflix shows at the moment. Watched 13 Reasons Why, Stranger Things, Freaks and Geeks via Netflix earlier this year, and most recently the second season of Master of None. Orange is the New Black is probably next on tap, but right now we are very slowly making our way through Better Call Saul season 3. I suspect "Women in Cages," as I call it, is up next.
In the meantime I'm keeping tabs (without my girlfriend) on a new HBO show called Room 104. It's an anthology series, so I figured the writing would have to be good for it to work, and for HBO to back it. I've only seen one episode so far. (It's weekly, so I'm probably two behind right now.) The first episode was interesting, but not spectacular. I couldn't recommend it to anyone yet. I knew little about it when I watched episode 1. Based upon that episode it appears to be a horror anthology. The episodes are only 24 minutes, so I'll stick with it for a while.
On season 6 of Dexter. Can't wait for the new season Longmire to come out.
I don't know if these are on Netflix or not-- I tried to get into the following -- just too creepy for me. Tried to get into The Fall too- too boring for me. Going to try Ozarks once I'm done with Dexter.
Just got a notice from Netflix with a trailer for Narcos season 3. I ran a google check and the third season is available on Netflix on September 1. I watched the first two seasons and it has been a lot better than I thought it would be. Looking forward to the third season.
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