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Possebon wrote (edited )

I finally started la Casa de Papel / Money Heist but I accidentally watched episode 5 instead of episode 2. After watching Westworld I gladly accepted the massive skip in time until I realised starting episode 3 that I had gone massively wrong. I'm really enjoying it, however.

And next I will be watching this week's Alan Partridge.

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mofongo wrote

Started watching The good place, very entertaining. There's lot of discussion of moral philosophy, which is kind of an interesting take for a show. Does not feel force and complements the show very well.

Started the fifth season of Agents of Shield, it's ok. Not as good as the previous ones, not as bingable either. It's not bad, just ok.

Continue watching my weekly anime, not much to add.

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selver wrote (edited )

Started watching The good place, very entertaining. There's lot of discussion of moral philosophy, which is kind of an interesting take for a show. Does not feel force and complements the show very well.

Their philosophy advisor is an anarchist theorist, Todd May.

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bloodrose wrote

I really enjoy The Good Place. I like the way it is teaching everyone some basics. Though, I can tell who hasn't watched it by bringing up "the trolley problem." I tried discussing self-driving cars with my family and brought up the morals of teaching a machine the trolley problem and they just looked at me like an alien had jumped out of my head.

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GaldraChevaliere wrote

We binged She-Ra last week, waiting for L to have some time to catch up to us so we can all watch the next season together.

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Freux wrote

I've watched Wayne, nothing amazing but I liked it and I'm in for season 2 if it ever happen. Also been watching Sex Education, despite its flaws I got really invested into it.

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bloodrose wrote

I'm very hard on pilots. I tried to watch the first episode of Sex Education but all the female characters felt like props, not people. I turned it off unfinished. Should I have continued through?

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Freux wrote

It really depend, I don't think the show is for everyone and it's flawed but it's sex positive and do good on stuff like consenting, boundaries and such. It does have interesting female characters and I think the humour was quite funny.

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bloodrose wrote

Starting Jeremiah, finally. Started watching Monty Python's Flying Circus as the show I can nod off to.

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ziq wrote

Beverly Hills 90210

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bloodrose wrote

Finally watching Jeremiah.

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ziq wrote

Idk if it still holds up. Haven't seen it since it originally aired.

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bloodrose wrote

The first two episodes were quite good. Reminded me of a lot of post-apoc shows that were either recently on tv or are still on. Felt like a cross between Revolution and The 100. Very male-centric, but not too toxicly so which is nice. I noticed it was J. Michael Strazinskly, whose comics I've enjoyed, so I may get into the series.

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edmund_the_destroyer wrote

Leverage season one. I like the concept but I'm not impressed with the implementation, I probably won't finish. Next, plan to re-watch season one of My Name Is Earl.

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Notech wrote (edited )

Who Is America, seems like the only show that could de-stress me, and never get bored from rewatching it. Laughed so much that the jaw is hurt. The other show that I binge watched was The Wire. Seeing Omar got blasted every time I rewatch it was depressing. And Sense8, I love the finale so much.