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(The Hollywood Reporter)   Weekly Breaking Bad marathons coming to AMC. At least they're not yet like USA, who are nothing more than the Law and Order: NCIS channel   (hollywoodreporter.com) divider line 53
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2014-07-03 09:19:12 AM  
Is there really anyone left who hasn't seen it, or doesn't have Netflix? Maybe they could put behind the scenes stuff or interviews in commercial bumpers or something.
 
2014-07-03 09:46:28 AM  
On a side note, USA needs to bring back Commander USA's Groovie Movies:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=of2ldnvwfPM
 
2014-07-03 10:13:42 AM  
www.foodiggity.com

/just because it amuses me
 
2014-07-03 10:42:49 AM  

Sybarite: [www.foodiggity.com image 590x885]

/just because it amuses me


I hadn't seen that before, that's pretty good.
 
2014-07-03 11:32:51 AM  

show me: Is there really anyone left who hasn't seen it, or doesn't have Netflix? Maybe they could put behind the scenes stuff or interviews in commercial bumpers or something.


*raises hand*

I just got Netflix last week. I'm starting with episode one on Saturday. I figure I'll do 3 eps a day.
 
2014-07-03 11:45:53 AM  

strangeguitar: show me: Is there really anyone left who hasn't seen it, or doesn't have Netflix? Maybe they could put behind the scenes stuff or interviews in commercial bumpers or something.

*raises hand*

I just got Netflix last week. I'm starting with episode one on Saturday. I figure I'll do 3 eps a day.


You'll do more than that. I guarantee it.

How heavily-edited will the AMC episodes be? I can't watch shows like BB while hearing "darn" and "shoot." It pisses me off.
 
2014-07-03 11:49:05 AM  

strangeguitar: show me: Is there really anyone left who hasn't seen it, or doesn't have Netflix? Maybe they could put behind the scenes stuff or interviews in commercial bumpers or something.

*raises hand*

I just got Netflix last week. I'm starting with episode one on Saturday. I figure I'll do 3 eps a day.


I envy you. You're in for a treat. Just try to avoid spoilers, like the time █ █ █ █ █ █ █ █ █  █ █ █ █ █ █ █ █  or when Walt and Jesse █ █ █ █ █ █ █ █ █ █  in the █ █ █ █ █ █ █ █ █ .
 
2014-07-03 11:51:14 AM  

ecmoRandomNumbers: strangeguitar: show me: Is there really anyone left who hasn't seen it, or doesn't have Netflix? Maybe they could put behind the scenes stuff or interviews in commercial bumpers or something.

*raises hand*

I just got Netflix last week. I'm starting with episode one on Saturday. I figure I'll do 3 eps a day.

You'll do more than that. I guarantee it.

How heavily-edited will the AMC episodes be? I can't watch shows like BB while hearing "darn" and "shoot." It pisses me off.


It was originally shown on AMC. I don't think they use the F-bomb but there are quite a few shiats. You don't miss it much since it was written with late-evening basic cable in mind from the beginning.
 
2014-07-03 11:58:43 AM  

show me: ecmoRandomNumbers: strangeguitar: show me: Is there really anyone left who hasn't seen it, or doesn't have Netflix? Maybe they could put behind the scenes stuff or interviews in commercial bumpers or something.

*raises hand*

I just got Netflix last week. I'm starting with episode one on Saturday. I figure I'll do 3 eps a day.

You'll do more than that. I guarantee it.

How heavily-edited will the AMC episodes be? I can't watch shows like BB while hearing "darn" and "shoot." It pisses me off.

It was originally shown on AMC. I don't think they use the F-bomb but there are quite a few shiats. You don't miss it much since it was written with late-evening basic cable in mind from the beginning.


Damn. I forgot about that. For some reason I thought it was FX.
img.fark.net
 
2014-07-03 12:44:02 PM  
AMC: Remember when we had more than just zombies and those comic book assholes?
 
2014-07-03 01:08:33 PM  
That's the headline? Really?
 
2014-07-03 01:09:16 PM  
We is the best Law & Order channel
 
2014-07-03 01:16:40 PM  

show me: strangeguitar: show me: Is there really anyone left who hasn't seen it, or doesn't have Netflix? Maybe they could put behind the scenes stuff or interviews in commercial bumpers or something.

*raises hand*

I just got Netflix last week. I'm starting with episode one on Saturday. I figure I'll do 3 eps a day.

I envy you. You're in for a treat. Just try to avoid spoilers, like the time █ █ █ █ █ █ █ █ █  █ █ █ █ █ █ █ █  or when Walt and Jesse █ █ █ █ █ █ █ █ █ █  in the █ █ █ █ █ █ █ █ █ .


Put me in the envy category as well. I have gone back and re-watched a number of episodes because it was so damn interesting.
 
2014-07-03 01:17:26 PM  

strangeguitar: show me: Is there really anyone left who hasn't seen it, or doesn't have Netflix? Maybe they could put behind the scenes stuff or interviews in commercial bumpers or something.

*raises hand*

I just got Netflix last week. I'm starting with episode one on Saturday. I figure I'll do 3 eps a day.


Oh, to be young and naive again...
 
2014-07-03 01:26:31 PM  

strangeguitar: I just got Netflix last week. I'm starting with episode one on Saturday. I figure I'll do 3 eps a day.


I envy you.  It's a great show, enjoy it!
 
2014-07-03 01:28:53 PM  

Frozboz: strangeguitar: I just got Netflix last week. I'm starting with episode one on Saturday. I figure I'll do 3 eps a day.

I envy you.  It's a great show, enjoy it!


It's also kind of depressing, though--not the content of the show (duh), but how incredibly obvious it is, after finishing it, that it may be years, if ever, that something else stacks up to it.  Haven't that much of a letdown with the shows I watched after since finishing The Wire.
 
2014-07-03 01:40:12 PM  

show me: I don't think they use the F-bomb but there are quite a few shiats.


There are a couple (no spoilers here):
-Walt tells [wife of former partner at GrayMatter] "Fark you/off" when she tries to help
-Jesse says it to Walt at least once during a falling-out (probably more than once)
-Hank says it to someone in "Ozymandias" (I think. I know Hank uses it once or twice in the series)

Each occurrence is during a heightened emotional situation, so AMC used it well - not every other farking word like a film would, and never where it'd be weird to hear it muffled or cut (I think when Walt curses at what'shername, on the broadcast it came out as "fffk you").

strangeguitar: I figure I'll do 3 eps a day.


makeameme.org

// I tried to "only" watch 3 eps a day once
// ONCE
// you'll probably need to blueball yourself just to not watch all 60-odd episodes in a single weekend
 
2014-07-03 01:40:56 PM  
I tried to watch it last week but couldn't do it. Everyone I  know keeps pushing me to watch it, but I lost someone close to me to cancer last year so watching someone make hard choices because they're dying of cancer isn't very entertaining at this point. But I hear it's a good show. It's definitely a me thing
 
2014-07-03 01:43:24 PM  

strangeguitar: show me: Is there really anyone left who hasn't seen it, or doesn't have Netflix? Maybe they could put behind the scenes stuff or interviews in commercial bumpers or something.

*raises hand*

I just got Netflix last week. I'm starting with episode one on Saturday. I figure I'll do 3 eps a day.


*Also raises hand.*  I'd really like it if AMC made the episodes available On Demand for free, at least during the marathon, instead of charging 3 bucks an episode (though that may be Comcastard's doing).
 
2014-07-03 01:44:37 PM  

CalvinMorallis: Frozboz: strangeguitar: I just got Netflix last week. I'm starting with episode one on Saturday. I figure I'll do 3 eps a day.

I envy you.  It's a great show, enjoy it!

It's also kind of depressing, though--not the content of the show (duh), but how incredibly obvious it is, after finishing it, that it may be years, if ever, that something else stacks up to it.  Haven't that much of a letdown with the shows I watched after since finishing The Wire.


I'm watching the Wire now.  Just finished Season 3.  1 and 3 were good, but the whole dock worker stuff in season 2 was a let down.  I started watching because during all the Breaking Bad threads, so many people brought up the Wire and said TV hadn't been as good as BB since the Wire.  Maybe seasons 4 and 5 will change my mind, but the Wire doesn't come close to BB for me.
 
2014-07-03 01:49:54 PM  

strangeguitar: show me: Is there really anyone left who hasn't seen it, or doesn't have Netflix? Maybe they could put behind the scenes stuff or interviews in commercial bumpers or something.

*raises hand*

I just got Netflix last week. I'm starting with episode one on Saturday. I figure I'll do 3 eps a day.


I just want to echo what everyone else has said. I watched it on Netflix too until the final season when I had finally caught up to live TV. You can at least binge watch the whole thing if you want to. The writing is brilliant, the cast is brilliant, and when you watch an episode or two that's all plot, watch out for the next, it's guaranteed to be a doozy.

All this Breaking Bad talk has me thinking about switching gears from Star Trek back to BB for my lunch breaks.
 
2014-07-03 01:50:56 PM  

Three Crooked Squirrels: CalvinMorallis: Frozboz: strangeguitar: I just got Netflix last week. I'm starting with episode one on Saturday. I figure I'll do 3 eps a day.

I envy you.  It's a great show, enjoy it!

It's also kind of depressing, though--not the content of the show (duh), but how incredibly obvious it is, after finishing it, that it may be years, if ever, that something else stacks up to it.  Haven't that much of a letdown with the shows I watched after since finishing The Wire.

I'm watching the Wire now.  Just finished Season 3.  1 and 3 were good, but the whole dock worker stuff in season 2 was a let down.  I started watching because during all the Breaking Bad threads, so many people brought up the Wire and said TV hadn't been as good as BB since the Wire.  Maybe seasons 4 and 5 will change my mind, but the Wire doesn't come close to BB for me


The Wire is my all time favorite television show. Not so much for pure entertainment but for the realism of it (except the last season, they really kind of go a weird direction with it). 1 and 3 are really good, and when they go into the school system it's great. It's amazing how in each season you get to experience a different part of the city. It's an amazing idea for a show
 
2014-07-03 01:51:45 PM  

Three Crooked Squirrels: CalvinMorallis: Frozboz: strangeguitar: I just got Netflix last week. I'm starting with episode one on Saturday. I figure I'll do 3 eps a day.

I envy you.  It's a great show, enjoy it!

It's also kind of depressing, though--not the content of the show (duh), but how incredibly obvious it is, after finishing it, that it may be years, if ever, that something else stacks up to it.  Haven't that much of a letdown with the shows I watched after since finishing The Wire.

I'm watching the Wire now.  Just finished Season 3.  1 and 3 were good, but the whole dock worker stuff in season 2 was a let down.  I started watching because during all the Breaking Bad threads, so many people brought up the Wire and said TV hadn't been as good as BB since the Wire.  Maybe seasons 4 and 5 will change my mind, but the Wire doesn't come close to BB for me.


Looking back on it now, The Wire, though I'll still call it my favorite show of all time, is a different kind of good, at least to me.  For one, it's the first--and really only, beside Southland to some degree--realistic cop show.  And I don't count Homicide AT ALL--Homicide was a lot of things, but "realistic" wasn't one of them.  And it also ushered in this whole serialized drama thing going on now.  Sure, shows before it carried long-term plotlines, and I'm certain if I thought about it I could come up with a couple that did what The Wire did--carry the same story through its entire run.  But The Wire was the first one that really punched you in the face and made you say, "Holy shiat--they can make a tv show work like a novel."

Kind of like The Watchmen graphic novel or Catch 22:  Brilliant in its time, and part of its brilliance comes from how new it was.  But when viewed in light of the later works it influenced, perhaps not as high quality, even though those later works wouldn't even exist without it.

/Caveat--I loved the hell out of season two of The Wire, which I know puts me in the minority, and thought season 5 was a solid send-off for the show, which DEFINITELY puts me in the minority.
 
2014-07-03 01:57:46 PM  

ModernPrimitive01:  . . .

CalvinMorallis: . . .


Duly noted.  I like it.  I guess I was just expecting even more based on how many people talked it up in the BB threads.  So many people said things along the lines of "BB is the best show ever, except for the Wire."  Maybe my expectations were just unrealistic.  I do like it, though, and I am going to watch all 5 seasons.  I might even watch the whole thing over again.
 
2014-07-03 02:11:45 PM  

Three Crooked Squirrels: CalvinMorallis: Frozboz: strangeguitar: I just got Netflix last week. I'm starting with episode one on Saturday. I figure I'll do 3 eps a day.

I envy you.  It's a great show, enjoy it!

It's also kind of depressing, though--not the content of the show (duh), but how incredibly obvious it is, after finishing it, that it may be years, if ever, that something else stacks up to it.  Haven't that much of a letdown with the shows I watched after since finishing The Wire.

I'm watching the Wire now.  Just finished Season 3.  1 and 3 were good, but the whole dock worker stuff in season 2 was a let down.  I started watching because during all the Breaking Bad threads, so many people brought up the Wire and said TV hadn't been as good as BB since the Wire.  Maybe seasons 4 and 5 will change my mind, but the Wire doesn't come close to BB for me.


I never got the hate for season 2. It addresses a different aspect of Baltimore, just like every season. Its way better than season 5, thats for damn sure. And yeah, season 4 is the best.
 
2014-07-03 02:12:25 PM  

Mugato: AMC: Remember when we had more than just zombies and those comic book assholes?


The Zombies your referencing is it's highest rated show. Even higher rated then BB. Can't blame them for touting it.
 
2014-07-03 02:13:33 PM  

mattador: I never got the hate for season 2.


Ziggy.
 
2014-07-03 02:17:40 PM  

show me: It was originally shown on AMC. I don't think they use the F-bomb


img.fark.net
 
2014-07-03 02:18:47 PM  

mattador: I never got the hate for season 2. It addresses a different aspect of Baltimore, just like every season. Its way better than season 5, thats for damn sure. And yeah, season 4 is the best.


Best part of Season 2.

// the end
 
2014-07-03 02:30:18 PM  
Is this a TV show?
 
2014-07-03 02:31:55 PM  

Dr Dreidel: mattador: I never got the hate for season 2. It addresses a different aspect of Baltimore, just like every season. Its way better than season 5, thats for damn sure. And yeah, season 4 is the best.

Best part of Season 2.

// the end


You missed the layup there, buddy, but I'll help you out

Actual best part of S2
 
2014-07-03 02:33:19 PM  

show me: Is there really anyone left who hasn't seen it, or doesn't have Netflix? Maybe they could put behind the scenes stuff or interviews in commercial bumpers or something.


Breaking Bad was a decent show, I mean I managed to watch it through the end; i doubt I will re-watch the show anytime soon; considering the other "reruns" or crap being shown, my cable provider shown a list of all the re-runs going on - NCIS and Law and Order mostly.
I enjoyed walking dead when the show first came out, now Hell on Wheels was a damn good show and can't wait for it.

/Is it bad I am going back to Netflix watching Star trek "Enterprise" because there isn't jack shiat on TV anymore let alone Netflix for that matter? I did watch a little marathon of COPS reloaded on CMT, that's always something good to watch when you just want noise to fall asleep too.
//I did watch the marathon of M*A*S*H the other day, sadly all I have to watch is 15 seconds of each episode and can describe the entire episode
 
2014-07-03 02:34:53 PM  
I think the hate for season 2 is because it hits too close to home. I don't think the average HBO viewer was ready to have the finger pointed at them for the death of the working class.
 
2014-07-03 02:40:54 PM  

show me: Is there really anyone left who hasn't seen it, or doesn't have Netflix? Maybe they could put behind the scenes stuff or interviews in commercial bumpers or something.


Or, maybe drumming up renewed interest in Better Call Saul, for the more casual fan?
 
2014-07-03 03:08:24 PM  

Misconduc: show me: Is there really anyone left who hasn't seen it, or doesn't have Netflix? Maybe they could put behind the scenes stuff or interviews in commercial bumpers or something.

Breaking Bad was a decent show, I mean I managed to watch it through the end; i doubt I will re-watch the show anytime soon; considering the other "reruns" or crap being shown, my cable provider shown a list of all the re-runs going on - NCIS and Law and Order mostly.
I enjoyed walking dead when the show first came out, now Hell on Wheels was a damn good show and can't wait for it.

/Is it bad I am going back to Netflix watching Star trek "Enterprise" because there isn't jack shiat on TV anymore let alone Netflix for that matter? I did watch a little marathon of COPS reloaded on CMT, that's always something good to watch when you just want noise to fall asleep too.
//I did watch the marathon of M*A*S*H the other day, sadly all I have to watch is 15 seconds of each episode and can describe the entire episode


Enterprise was a better then most people think. I would say season four was as good as any trek.
 
2014-07-03 03:17:51 PM  

duffblue: I think the hate for season 2 is because it hits too close to home. I don't think the average HBO viewer was ready to have the finger pointed at them for the death of the working class.


Nah, I just think I wasn't nearly as interested in those characters as I was in Barksdale and others.

Season 1 is my favorite, but sometimes season four is my favorite.
 
2014-07-03 03:24:19 PM  

CarnySaur: strangeguitar: show me: Is there really anyone left who hasn't seen it, or doesn't have Netflix? Maybe they could put behind the scenes stuff or interviews in commercial bumpers or something.

*raises hand*

I just got Netflix last week. I'm starting with episode one on Saturday. I figure I'll do 3 eps a day.

*Also raises hand.*  I'd really like it if AMC made the episodes available On Demand for free, at least during the marathon, instead of charging 3 bucks an episode (though that may be Comcastard's doing).


Maybe DVR each episode? That's what my parents did to watch it. Not as easy as Netflix, but still worked well.
 
2014-07-03 04:39:57 PM  

CalvinMorallis: Frozboz: strangeguitar: I just got Netflix last week. I'm starting with episode one on Saturday. I figure I'll do 3 eps a day.

I envy you.  It's a great show, enjoy it!

It's also kind of depressing, though--not the content of the show (duh), but how incredibly obvious it is, after finishing it, that it may be years, if ever, that something else stacks up to it.  Haven't that much of a letdown with the shows I watched after since finishing The Wire.


As someone who just finished the Wire last night, and watched breaking bad back in the winter, I'm not getting a kick out of your reply.

Any suggestions? House of a Cards? Boardwalk Empire? According to Jim?
 
2014-07-03 04:45:36 PM  

duffblue: I think the hate for season 2 is because it hits too close to home. I don't think the average HBO viewer was ready to have the finger pointed at them for the death of the working class.


How did the show imply that average viewer caused the death of the working class?
 
2014-07-03 05:10:09 PM  
Everybody does this. UPN played STTNG until Geordi's ass fell off. Gone With The Wind was in movie theaters until movie theaters turned into VR theaters.

And Syfy is playing all of its best old classics-

-wait. Wait just a minute.
 
2014-07-03 05:34:46 PM  

ecmoRandomNumbers: show me: ecmoRandomNumbers: strangeguitar: show me: Is there really anyone left who hasn't seen it, or doesn't have Netflix? Maybe they could put behind the scenes stuff or interviews in commercial bumpers or something.

*raises hand*

I just got Netflix last week. I'm starting with episode one on Saturday. I figure I'll do 3 eps a day.

You'll do more than that. I guarantee it.

How heavily-edited will the AMC episodes be? I can't watch shows like BB while hearing "darn" and "shoot." It pisses me off.

It was originally shown on AMC. I don't think they use the F-bomb but there are quite a few shiats. You don't miss it much since it was written with late-evening basic cable in mind from the beginning.

Damn. I forgot about that. For some reason I thought it was FX.
[img.fark.net image 320x240]


Archer's on FX and they've said "shiat" several times.
 
2014-07-03 05:54:26 PM  

Debeo Summa Credo: CalvinMorallis: Frozboz: strangeguitar: I just got Netflix last week. I'm starting with episode one on Saturday. I figure I'll do 3 eps a day.

I envy you.  It's a great show, enjoy it!

It's also kind of depressing, though--not the content of the show (duh), but how incredibly obvious it is, after finishing it, that it may be years, if ever, that something else stacks up to it.  Haven't that much of a letdown with the shows I watched after since finishing The Wire.

As someone who just finished the Wire last night, and watched breaking bad back in the winter, I'm not getting a kick out of your reply.

Any suggestions? House of a Cards? Boardwalk Empire? According to Jim?


Orange is the new black and sherlock are both excellent. Hannibal and true detective are great too, but both are VERY stylized
 
2014-07-03 06:40:34 PM  

Debeo Summa Credo: CalvinMorallis: Frozboz: strangeguitar: I just got Netflix last week. I'm starting with episode one on Saturday. I figure I'll do 3 eps a day.

I envy you.  It's a great show, enjoy it!

It's also kind of depressing, though--not the content of the show (duh), but how incredibly obvious it is, after finishing it, that it may be years, if ever, that something else stacks up to it.  Haven't that much of a letdown with the shows I watched after since finishing The Wire.

As someone who just finished the Wire last night, and watched breaking bad back in the winter, I'm not getting a kick out of your reply.

Any suggestions? House of a Cards? Boardwalk Empire? According to Jim?


The Americans, Orphan Black, Fargo (when it becomes available on streaming), True Detective, and Penny Dreadful have all been good. I've also heard good things about Hannibal.

Also, on a related note, I just realized the other day that the actress that played Lydia was Door in the original TV version of Neverwhere:

i1262.photobucket.com
 
2014-07-03 07:28:36 PM  
I've been watching Metastasis (scene-for-scene remake in Spanish), and it is glorious.
 
2014-07-03 07:33:10 PM  

CalvinMorallis: Frozboz: strangeguitar: I just got Netflix last week. I'm starting with episode one on Saturday. I figure I'll do 3 eps a day.

I envy you.  It's a great show, enjoy it!

It's also kind of depressing, though--not the content of the show (duh), but how incredibly obvious it is, after finishing it, that it may be years, if ever, that something else stacks up to it.  Haven't that much of a letdown with the shows I watched after since finishing The Wire.


That's how I am with Treme (another David Simon work).  I'm living in New Orleans, and I understand why it doesn't relate to some people.  And I know its Simon's gig- short runs.  But damn, I really wish they would have gone at least 2 more seasons.   Totally miss it.
 
2014-07-03 07:36:49 PM  

mattador: Three Crooked Squirrels: CalvinMorallis: Frozboz: strangeguitar: I just got Netflix last week. I'm starting with episode one on Saturday. I figure I'll do 3 eps a day.

I envy you.  It's a great show, enjoy it!

It's also kind of depressing, though--not the content of the show (duh), but how incredibly obvious it is, after finishing it, that it may be years, if ever, that something else stacks up to it.  Haven't that much of a letdown with the shows I watched after since finishing The Wire.

I'm watching the Wire now.  Just finished Season 3.  1 and 3 were good, but the whole dock worker stuff in season 2 was a let down.  I started watching because during all the Breaking Bad threads, so many people brought up the Wire and said TV hadn't been as good as BB since the Wire.  Maybe seasons 4 and 5 will change my mind, but the Wire doesn't come close to BB for me.

I never got the hate for season 2. It addresses a different aspect of Baltimore, just like every season. Its way better than season 5, thats for damn sure. And yeah, season 4 is the best.


Wow... people hate season 2?  (I know, to each their own, I'm not necessarily judging)... but IMHO it was the best single season in TV history.  Or, at least that I've seen.  I didn't get into the later seasons as much, but damn... season 2 was riveting.
 
2014-07-03 07:50:13 PM  

Mad_Radhu: Debeo Summa Credo: CalvinMorallis: Frozboz: strangeguitar: I just got Netflix last week. I'm starting with episode one on Saturday. I figure I'll do 3 eps a day.

I envy you.  It's a great show, enjoy it!

It's also kind of depressing, though--not the content of the show (duh), but how incredibly obvious it is, after finishing it, that it may be years, if ever, that something else stacks up to it.  Haven't that much of a letdown with the shows I watched after since finishing The Wire.

As someone who just finished the Wire last night, and watched breaking bad back in the winter, I'm not getting a kick out of your reply.

Any suggestions? House of a Cards? Boardwalk Empire? According to Jim?

The Americans, Orphan Black, Fargo (when it becomes available on streaming), True Detective, and Penny Dreadful have all been good. I've also heard good things about Hannibal.

Also, on a related note, I just realized the other day that the actress that played Lydia was Door in the original TV version of Neverwhere:


I'd heard good things about orphan black, and really wanted to see it. Then they covered it one night on The Peoples Couch, and honest to god it looked like one of the corniest shows in the history of tv. And from the way I've heard people rave about it, corny isn't what I think they're going for
 
2014-07-03 08:31:06 PM  
Cranston is up for the Emmy this year, right?  I wonder if they have that in mind.
 
2014-07-03 10:32:47 PM  

sphere of acceptable risk: I've been watching Metastasis (scene-for-scene remake in Spanish), and it is glorious.


I started watching that today. Not bad.
 
2014-07-03 10:49:19 PM  

leevis: ecmoRandomNumbers: show me: ecmoRandomNumbers: strangeguitar: show me: Is there really anyone left who hasn't seen it, or doesn't have Netflix? Maybe they could put behind the scenes stuff or interviews in commercial bumpers or something.

*raises hand*

I just got Netflix last week. I'm starting with episode one on Saturday. I figure I'll do 3 eps a day.

You'll do more than that. I guarantee it.

How heavily-edited will the AMC episodes be? I can't watch shows like BB while hearing "darn" and "shoot." It pisses me off.

It was originally shown on AMC. I don't think they use the F-bomb but there are quite a few shiats. You don't miss it much since it was written with late-evening basic cable in mind from the beginning.

Damn. I forgot about that. For some reason I thought it was FX.
[img.fark.net image 320x240]

Archer's on FX and they've said "shiat" several times.


After Nip/Tuck, The Shield, Sons Of Anarchy, Justified, and Always Sunny, it's pretty safe to say that f-bombs and full frontal nudity are the only things FX frowns upon.
 
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