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Discussion in 'Movie, TV, & Video Games' started by The Sundance Kid, Oct 6, 2011.
Just finished season 2. Good fucking season that was.
Could I skip season 1 and still follow what's going on in season 2?
Season 1 is only 6 episodes
I didn't enjoy episode 1 of season 1. I'm not going to sink another 2.5 hours into it.
Yeah, sure. Usually I don't condone that kind of folly, but I didn't really even remember season 1 anyway and I followed it just fine, so if it's between not watching season 1 and not watching season 2 or not watching season 1 and still watching season 2, then I'd go with the latter.
anyone else seen 'El Chapo'?
its like Narcos: The Chapo Guzman edition
pretty fucking good so far, all spanish if you hate subtitles
I'm gonna watch the shit out of it.
I will say its good, but doesnt get really good till the end of episode 3
super fucking intense show and Im binging the hell out of it now
plus its too goddamn hot to go to a BBQ
I will sit in my AC, get baked and watch Mexicans kill each other for 9 hours instead of sweating around a bunch of mosquito magnet alcoholics
its so damn good, and Im half way thru it
Fair enough. I didn't really care for the first season until the last couple episodes.
I saw the live show last year and it's one of the best live comedy shows I've ever seen. Been pretty excited to watch the special.
I cannot seem to stomach Nick Kroll. He's the new Adam Sandler for me. Terrible, not funny, yet somehow everywhere.
Did you watch yet? I'm halfway through and loving it
The seven five was a great documentary. It's about some crazy police corruption that was going on. Really well done and all the people involved were on it.
When you say "really well done," are you talking about the corruption or the movie?
Both, but the movie clearly.
May not watch it but I'm certainly gonna jerk it to Allison Brie in GLOW.
ever seen the show she did called 'Hot Sluts'?
angela sarafyan is also in it
Rory Scovel's new special is awesome. He's probably in my top 5 right now
Been watching Dicte:
The Danes and the Swedes do good television. I'm telling you. Please, can someone corroborate this opinion?