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Old 01-30-2014, 11:17 PM   #256
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In which Jerry Seinfeld talks about some sort of Seinfeld thing. Says Jason will be playing George, and Larry David was involved. http://cbsnewyork.files.wordpress.co...-questions.mp3
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Just binged Broadchurch over the last few days.

So well done. Not sure if they 100% stuck the landing but it's ever so hard to have a perfect end to these sort of things. Regardless, the cast was excellent, the case had its usual feints and misdirection but by now everyone should be immune to that. The look at how a small town comes together/splits apart during such a period of time was also well handled. Good stuff…..

I will be interested to see how the American version is handled.
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Has anyone watched that Black Sails show on Stars? Entertaining? Stupid? Both? Neither?
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My Dad says it's disappointing, for the little that should be worth to you…...
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I haven't heard anyone say anything positive about it. Probably should just delete it off of my DVR.
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Delete that shit.

Now I have to decide between Season 3 of Luther or Season 1 of Masters of Sex.

My life is complex.
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Masters of Sex is a great show, definitely deserves the acclaim. It's like Mad Men without the booze. It seems a bit cold at first but the acting and storyline wins you over.
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Masters of Sex started dragging for me about halfway through the season, but I'm glad I stuck with it.
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Sex started dragging for me about halfway through the season, but I'm glad I stuck with it.
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Caught Jay Leno's final show last night. In the Late Night Wars, I was a Letterman guy, but Jay's final show was nice. He had Billy Crystal as his lone sit down guest and Garth Brooks played a of couple songs. Plus, some special guests showed up like Oprah, Jack Black and Carol Burnet. Jay had himself a pretty good run as the host of The Tonight Show. Hopefully, NBC will be patient with Jimmy Fallon and allow him the time to make the show his own. (Unlike Conan, who NBC dumped after 9 months. )
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I enjoyed the "Headlines" bit on Mondays.
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Caught Jay Leno's final show last night. In the Late Night Wars, I was a Letterman guy, but Jay's final show was nice. He had Billy Crystal as his lone sit down guest and Garth Brooks played a of couple songs. Plus, some special guests showed up like Oprah, Jack Black and Carol Burnett. Jay had himself a pretty good run as the host of The Tonight Show. Hopefully, NBC will be patient with Jimmy Fallon and allow him the time to make the show his own. (Unlike Conan, who NBC dumped after 9 months. )
I watched Leno's show whenever I had the time. Amidst the 'Late Night Wars', he had a great run, and deserves his retirement from The Tonight Show. He himself said it was the right time to retire, though I'm sure that was to cover-up NBC's (always controversial) decisions.

I can't wait for Jimmy Fallon to take over, I'm sure he'll do great because I loved watching him on 'Late Night'. He will probably suffer a bit in ratings (predicting the same for Seth Meyers) at first, but I don't think they are going to bring Leno back for a 3rd time.
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I've only seen some of the Fallon things that have gone viral. I DVRd the "Best of Jimmy Fallon Show" that was on last week and watched it last night. Laughed my damn ass off.

I'll have to give the new Tonight Show a chance, even if he's not a great interviewer. The other stuff is great.
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I've started catching up with The X Files on Netflix for pretty much the first time ever since the series ended and the syndicated episodes stopped showing at 11pm on a local network, and (admittedly with a bit of discretion in episode choice) they're just as great as I'd remembered. Watched Ice, Clyde Bruckman's Last Repose, and Pusher-a lot more to go, obviously, but really impressed watching Darin Morgan and Vince Gilligan write their episodes and how a network drama could pull of some serious cinematic airs. A lot of fun.

I grew up at the right time where seeing the credits on late night (~midnight) could have a lot of meaning. I love the earlier Vancouver episodes before production moved to LA. A lot of northwest Douglas Fir/Cedar forests feel right for that sort of mystery.
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