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2022-07-04 6:57:50 AM  
Rubikon (2022)- It's the capitalist future where corporations rule mankind and a mysterious fog has decimated Earth's population. One companies space station may be able to save the human race. Can they? Doesn't matter because holy crap you're gonna wanna blast yourself out of an airlock to escape the boredom. Even perpetual generic Russian Astronaut/Scientist character actor Mark Ivanir couldnt save this slow as molasses in zero g film.

Shoresy Season 1 (2022)- I first found Letterkenny from a recommendation in one of these threads and I will be eternally grateful to the Farkers that brought it to my attention. Jared Keeso's latest project brings all the amazing dialogue, quips, and fast paced wit of Letterkenny, and then some. Give your balls a tug, this show is farking amazing!
 
2022-07-04 7:05:57 AM  
Yesterday I got through about 20 minutes or so of the Shamalamadingdong movie "Old" before deciding that hooking up a washing machine would be more entertaining.
Not much to say besides it got old real fast.
 
2022-07-04 7:22:36 AM  
You Asked for It - women's revenge movie (Hulu).

Needed that this weekend.
 
2022-07-04 7:38:26 AM  
Ms .45 (1981): What Cafe Threads said.

Dark Water (2005): A newly divorced woman embroiled in a nasty custody battle moves into a dilapidated Brutalist apartment building with her daughter. Disgusting cola-colored water leaks from the ceiling, and it gets worse from there. Yet another American remake of a Japanese film about a spooky damp kid. If I'd know that ahead of time, I might have watched something else. But there's acting talent on hand: Jennifer Connelly, John C. Reilly, Tim Roth. The movie looks good, and it's always nice to watch something that doesn't rely on gore and jump scares. It's a ghost story, not a horror movie, and the most compelling part of it was Connelly's portrayal of a woman trying to keep her life together for the sake of her child while she's coming apart at the seams.
 
2022-07-04 8:21:39 AM  
Eros + Massacre, Welcome to Woop Woop and Dolomite
 
2022-07-04 8:44:56 AM  
Been watching the vilest shiat I can
Human Resources
Paradise PD


Mrs Baka has come in and gone WTF are you watching?

Oh, a psycho chick cop dousing a fire with her orgasms
 
2022-07-04 10:11:03 AM  
The Terminal List with Chris Pratt on Prime.
Nice little mini series.

Rewatched the Reacher series as well.
 
2022-07-04 10:11:09 AM  
"How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying." The whole cast was great, but Robert Morse was a comedy genius. I just now saw that he died last April.
 
2022-07-04 10:12:56 AM  
Summerland (2020). Liked it.

Episodes 16-18 of Ghosts (U.S.), season 1 (2022). Dealing with actual dead people stuff this spring, I didn't realize there were three episodes left in the season. The American version is better than the original Brit one. There are arguably better characters in the Brit, but there the husband is such an idiot it's painful to watch.

Creepshow, season 2 (2021). Watch the last episode just to see what Janet from The Good Place does to I'm a Mac.

Episode four of For All Mankind, season 3 (2022). Somebody please pitch Danny out an airlock.

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920). I challenge you to watch this without thinking about how much Dr. Caligari looks like Steve Bannon. Fun fact: somnambulist art-student lookalike Cesare will later be Major Strasser in Casablanca.

Episodes four through eight of I Love That for You (2022). Satisfying conclusion to a season at the most dysfunctional home shopping channel.

Episodes one and two of Yellowjackets (2022). Enjoying it, but worried the actual "unspeakable horror" (™ shlocky horror novel back cover copy) will be a big meh after the setup.
 
2022-07-04 10:14:35 AM  
I watched THEM! yesterday ,hadn't seen it in decades but I still enjoyed it. Some movies I haven't seen in a very long time I worry that nostalgia has made it better than it is so I stay away. This time it worked out ok.

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THEM!!!
 
2022-07-04 10:18:57 AM  

Cafe Threads: You Asked for It - women's revenge movie (Hulu).

Needed that this weekend.


Asking for it?IMDb
How about Olivia Wilde in A Vigilante(2018)IMDb
 
2022-07-04 10:19:59 AM  

buravirgil: Cafe Threads: You Asked for It - women's revenge movie (Hulu).

Needed that this weekend.

Asking for it?IMDb
How about Olivia Wilde in A Vigilante(2018)IMDb


Watching The Princess now.
 
2022-07-04 10:21:12 AM  
Elvis - very, very good.
 
2022-07-04 10:28:58 AM  

Raider_dad: I watched THEM! yesterday ,hadn't seen it in decades but I still enjoyed it. Some movies I haven't seen in a very long time I worry that nostalgia has made it better than it is so I stay away. This time it worked out ok.

[Fark user image image 400x225]

THEM!!!


That one holds up really well. I saw it a few years ago at Movie Night at the Historical Society (popcorn and everything), and what a treat. Suspense, humor, giant ants. Now I want to watch it again.
 
2022-07-04 10:29:56 AM  
New to my watching list:
Old School (2003):  Luke Wilson, Vince Vaughn, Will Farrell.  5.5/10, not my usual genre so that could be a bit harsh.

The Terminal List (Prime):  we've watched E1 and will watch more but this is not looking good. Chris Pratt's performance is weak, the script is weaker than the plot build-up (which is weaker than Pratt's performance).

QotW:  I'll go with one from the link; Miracle is a great choice.
In response to the long though not inappropriate list of war movies in the link...
Straight Outta Compton
 
2022-07-04 10:43:15 AM  
The Paradise.A joint Finnish/Spanish production. Things are amiss in Spain among the close-knit community of elderly Finns who have retired to the Costa del Sol. A Finnish policewoman, near retirement and burdened by her husband's early onset Alzheimer's, investigates. Without explanation, I'll just say that there are more disturbing elements in this than I am usually willing to endure. Since early on there is a scene of a woman partly eaten by her dog and that isn't what I'm referring to, I'll let your own judgment and self-knowledge be your guide.

The Bob Newhart Show. Season 2.I didn't like it back in the 70s, but we watched Season 1 a month ago and liked it. Season 2 seems more of the same, but I don't like it again. Nothing's really changed but I don't like it again, and we won't be watching Season 3. I think the reason is its aggressive un-reality. It is all mildly amusing veneer.

Bob Mortimer.English surrealistic comic. A very funny man who needs an apt setting to shine. Give him the right setting and he's as good a comic as you would ever want. Give him a bad one and he's beyond dull. I can't explain it except to say that I think surrealism is a terrible medium for watching comedy, but a good medium in which to learn comedy.  After the comic learns to free his mind and roam among the wide wild world, he's then free to amaze us with the unexpected connections he can make. Just don't burden your audience with your journeyman work
 
2022-07-04 10:45:21 AM  
The Jerk. Doesn't hold up completely, but our youngest had not seen it and his boss quotes it a lot.

Everything Everywhere All At Once was so awesome! My wife and kid had doubts but they were won over. I knew of Michelle Yeoh before, but shamefully confused her with Ming-na Wen. I could not take my eyes away from Michelle throughout the movie. Very compelling.
 
2022-07-04 10:47:21 AM  
RRR, on Netflix. I don't even know how to explain it, but there's DRAMA and ACTION and DANCING and DRAMA and it was a ride. Don't let the 3 hour run time scare you off, it flies by.

RRR Trailer (Telugu) - NTR, Ram Charan, Ajay Devgn, Alia Bhatt | SS Rajamouli | 25th March 2022
Youtube NgBoMJy386M
 
2022-07-04 10:47:32 AM  
Everything, Everywhere, All at Once.

I loved the fark out of it. Beautiful film.
 
2022-07-04 10:49:06 AM  
Bevis and Butthead do the Universe was good for a few guffaws. Paramount Plus.
 
2022-07-04 10:58:18 AM  
I don't remember what possessed me to do it, but I went on a Mia Wasikowska kick.

The Double (Kanopy):There's a guy played by Jesse Einsenberg who is a complete loser.  Then the company he works for hires his 'doppleganger' also played by Jesse who is his complete opposite in every way.  Fun concept, very poorly executed.  It's one of those Indie movies where they tried so hard to be 'artsy' and weird that they forgot... everything else.

Damsel(HBO MAX): Robert Pattinson lies to another guy that his 'fiance' played by Mia was kidnapped by another man.  So they go to 'save' her.  She is not his fiance and she definitely wasn't kidnapped.  It's a very strange western.  I enjoy comedy-dramas, but it really didn't work well here.  Also, as is usually the case, Robert Pattinson absolutely sucks.  It might have worked with someone with actual talent.  Thankfully he's only in half the movie.

Bergman Island(Hulu):A writer goes to the island that inspired Ingmar Bergman to write a story.  A story that they show as the writer is explaining it.  So it's basically a movie within a movie.  Mia's character Amy and Joe were apparently teenage lovers that drifted apart and now as adults they find each other again.  Both have significant others now and it's too late but Amy still loves Joe.  It's an interesting concept but because it's essentially a movie within a movie, they don't really dedicate enough time to it.  Mia also shows up to speak to the writer to be cast in her 'movie' so she also essentially plays herself.  Bonus: Mia is naked a few times.

The flight attendant episodes 5 through 8 (HBO MAX):I was enjoying the season until they decided to throw in literally like a half-dozen completely unnecessary twists, some of which weren't really explained and seemed to leave plot holes.  Some were completely unexpected, some I could see coming a mile away.  So unnecessary.  Ignore the unnecessary twists, and it was a great season.  I'd love another season in the future but it's wrapped up nicely enough that it's ok to leave it there if they choose.

Still need to watch the final episode of Kenobi.
 
2022-07-04 11:01:42 AM  
For All Mankind.  Excellent Sci Fi that is 100% scientifically accurate.  Great story lines... entirely plausible alternative history..

Vera.  The superb Brenda Blethyn in yet another incredibly wonderful British Cop Show (TM)

Father Brown.  Lighthearted crime dramedy with delightful acting and the great stories of G.K. Chesterton.

The Twilight Zone Yes, the 1959-1962 original, B&W Rod Serling series.  I received a complete set on DVD for Christmas and have been slowly watching an episode or two a week.  Gorgeous Black and White cinematography.  Seeing some famous actors before their fame - Shatner e.g.  Some of the stories are clunkers but some transcend their era...  Fascinating over all...

Grace and Frankie.  Someone had the brilliant idea to get Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin together and just told them, "Have fun, you two!"
 
2022-07-04 11:02:56 AM  

Pinnacle Point: Bevis and Butthead do the Universe was good for a few guffaws. Paramount Plus.


Saw it, loved it. Sometimes that level of stupid hits all the night notes and this time it did.
 
2022-07-04 11:04:37 AM  
While I'm not much for old war movies, I just noticed The Dirty Dozen is on netflix;  Even the ones most would consider classics i've never seen.   Right now i'm halfway through it and I gotta say, its pretty good.

Anyone who knows more about these kind of movies, i have been trying to remember one that I should look up. All I can remember is that its a similar movie from the same era, but a comedy.  Anyone know what i'm trying to think of?
 
2022-07-04 11:05:38 AM  

Cafe Threads: buravirgil: Cafe Threads: You Asked for It - women's revenge movie (Hulu).

Needed that this weekend.

Asking for it?IMDb
How about Olivia Wilde in A Vigilante(2018)IMDb

Watching The Princess now.


I watched that last night and it's great. It's The Raid in reverse, instead of up through a building she's descending one. Phenomenal action choreography, super bloody, and she did nearly all of her own stunts which makes it so they didn't need to do a bunch of camera cuts or tricks.

Would've never seen the girl from The Kissing Booth as an action star but she could totally go that way if she wanted to.
 
2022-07-04 11:06:36 AM  

Raider_dad: I watched THEM! yesterday ,hadn't seen it in decades but I still enjoyed it. Some movies I haven't seen in a very long time I worry that nostalgia has made it better than it is so I stay away. This time it worked out ok.

[Fark user image image 400x225]

THEM!!!


First saw that with my dad back in the 80's during a late night channel 11 creature feature, the lights off
The scene you referenced is still the biggest scare of my life
 
2022-07-04 11:16:23 AM  
Flight of the Navigator. One big Florida/Disney tourist promo.

Flight of the Navigator (1986) - HD Trailer
Youtube gVebPEYiq2o
 
2022-07-04 11:18:55 AM  

Lumbar Puncture: Cafe Threads: buravirgil: Cafe Threads: You Asked for It - women's revenge movie (Hulu).

Needed that this weekend.

Asking for it?IMDb
How about Olivia Wilde in A Vigilante(2018)IMDb

Watching The Princess now.

I watched that last night and it's great. It's The Raid in reverse, instead of up through a building she's descending one. Phenomenal action choreography, super bloody, and she did nearly all of her own stunts which makes it so they didn't need to do a bunch of camera cuts or tricks.

Would've never seen the girl from The Kissing Booth as an action star but she could totally go that way if she wanted to.


A Good Woman Is Hard to Find(2019)IMDb
 
2022-07-04 11:37:31 AM  

shabu: The Jerk. Doesn't hold up completely, but our youngest had not seen it and his boss quotes it a lot.

Everything Everywhere All At Once was so awesome! My wife and kid had doubts but they were won over. I knew of Michelle Yeoh before, but shamefully confused her with Ming-na Wen. I could not take my eyes away from Michelle throughout the movie. Very compelling.


I love the Jerk but that's incredibly disturbing. At least he's able to send you some money, I guess.
 
2022-07-04 11:43:26 AM  
It was my wife's turn to pick the movie on Saturday, and she chose No Time to Die.  Pretty enjoyable, as Bond/spy flicks go.
 
2022-07-04 11:45:39 AM  

shabu: The Jerk. Doesn't hold up completely,


Specifically?
 
2022-07-04 12:00:56 PM  
Kind of shocked to see that I'm the first one talking about...

Stranger Things- Sometimes scary, always compelling. Got 4 or 5 episodes watched this week, which leaves three left. Problem is the remaining ones are enormous. At least one is two farking hours. Between this and Travels With My Father,  what happened to making several episodes in a digestible length instead of just a few enormous ones?

Anyway, enjoying the unraveling mystery of Vecna and the development of the characters. LOVED Dustin's girlfriend's family. Real bunch of characters. Enjoying the whole bit going on in Russia but I'm wondering if they'll every wrap that up and return those people to Hawkins.

One part we both hated: The jock at the town meeting being allowed to seize the microphone, break every meeting rule, and give an absurdly flawless speech encouraging vigilantism against the Hellfire Club without the sheriff making a real effort to stop him until it was over. And then people immediately got up to start the vigilante hunt. Felt like something straight out of a "and everyone clapped" chain email.

But other than that, great so far. I've heard the ending is very moving.
 
2022-07-04 12:26:46 PM  
I've pretty much given up on The Terminal List. I found myself falling asleep during eps. 3 and 4. The whole storyline feels overcooked...too many conspiracies and many of those elements do not add up...not to mention that the role Pratt plays deliberately does not allow for his best qualities, i.e. quirkiness and goofy warmth, to shine through.

OTOH, I need to stop watching movies late at night after consuming copious amounts of Jim Beam Black...doesn't exactly keep me awake.

I'm going to rewatch Doctor Strange 2 either today or tomorrow. Also need to watch the latest Stranger Things (the part that just released) as well as The Boys. Although that's getting tiresome due to Homelander becoming even more of an insufferable douche than previously. However he gets killed, I hope it's gorram painful!
 
2022-07-04 12:29:16 PM  
Jerry  and Marge go large Was a sweet little movie. Like a rainy Sunday kind of thing.

Firebiteon Amazon. Is anyone into this? I'm trying but its a mix of good and terrible.

Terminal List better not end up some kind of Jacob's ladder. At first I thought it might be Chris Pratt doing the Punisher, but there's more mystery than I thought.

Last StarfighterThe effects get worse looking every year but I still love it. That music! I just find it hard to believe that have 8 streaming services and still have to rent a 30 year old movie to see it.

Went on a Tom Hanks binge with Bridge of Spies, That Thing You Do, Saving Mr Banksand Road To Perdition.All of them just still excellent
 
2022-07-04 12:31:06 PM  

phedex: While I'm not much for old war movies, I just noticed The Dirty Dozen is on netflix;  Even the ones most would consider classics i've never seen.   Right now i'm halfway through it and I gotta say, its pretty good.

Anyone who knows more about these kind of movies, i have been trying to remember one that I should look up. All I can remember is that its a similar movie from the same era, but a comedy.  Anyone know what i'm trying to think of?


You may be thinking of "Kelly's Heroes," which stars Clint Eastwood, Telly Savalas, Donald Sutherland, Don Rickles, and many more.
 
2022-07-04 12:37:54 PM  
The Cursed (2021) - Well executed horror film all the way around.
All the Murders in the building Season 2 - Martin and Short - nuff said

I'm also working my way through For all Mankind - interesting take on the space race.
 
2022-07-04 12:42:10 PM  

phedex: While I'm not much for old war movies, I just noticed The Dirty Dozen is on netflix;  Even the ones most would consider classics i've never seen.   Right now i'm halfway through it and I gotta say, its pretty good.

Anyone who knows more about these kind of movies, i have been trying to remember one that I should look up. All I can remember is that its a similar movie from the same era, but a comedy.  Anyone know what i'm trying to think of?


Probably "Kelly's Heroes."
 
2022-07-04 12:44:37 PM  
Pandora's Box(1929) Louise Brooks  Pretty good, even though I'm not a big fan of silent movies.  Brooks was a looker.

Melvin and Howard(1980) Paul LeMat, Jason Robards, Mary Steenburgen  Kind of representative of the times.  Man believes he's a beneficiary of Howard Hughes's will, because he once picked up an injured drifter that told him he was HH.

I'm Gonna Git You, Sucka(1988) Wayans Family and various '70s blaxploitation stars in the first of a long line of spoofs by the Wayanses.  Actually pretty decent and some original ideas.
 
2022-07-04 12:57:30 PM  

bmfderek: phedex: While I'm not much for old war movies, I just noticed The Dirty Dozen is on netflix;  Even the ones most would consider classics i've never seen.   Right now i'm halfway through it and I gotta say, its pretty good.

Anyone who knows more about these kind of movies, i have been trying to remember one that I should look up. All I can remember is that its a similar movie from the same era, but a comedy.  Anyone know what i'm trying to think of?

Probably "Kelly's Heroes."


^^^ Highly likely, it's great.
Other good ones from that era; The Great Escape (James Garner, Steve McQueen) has less though some humor, Where Eagles Dare (Richard Burton, Clint Eastwood) with no humor.
 
2022-07-04 12:58:51 PM  

bmfderek: phedex: While I'm not much for old war movies, I just noticed The Dirty Dozen is on netflix;  Even the ones most would consider classics i've never seen.   Right now i'm halfway through it and I gotta say, its pretty good.

Anyone who knows more about these kind of movies, i have been trying to remember one that I should look up. All I can remember is that its a similar movie from the same era, but a comedy.  Anyone know what i'm trying to think of?

Probably "Kelly's Heroes."


And even if you are thinking of something other than Kelly's Heroes, don't miss that one. Sutherland as Oddball was great, but really, the whole cast is. It was on Amazon recently, but they cycle stuff out pretty often.
 
2022-07-04 1:34:58 PM  
Metal Lords. I was pleasantly charmed. Love it actually. A coming of age movie about friendship and overcoming the pitfalls of high school. Thin of it as, John Hughes meets Dave Mustaine. Overall, it was my second favorite movie I watched that day...


First place went to some random "MILF squirts" videos on Spankbang.
 
2022-07-04 1:35:58 PM  
This week:
Bad Moms (2016) - I just wanted something mindless to watch with some eye candy, and landed on this.  Some overworked moms try to take over the PTA from its evil ruler.   Mila Kunis, Christina Applegate, Kristin Bell are pretty but boring, but Katheryn Hahn is pretty funny as the checked out slutty mom.  Rating C.

Other than that TV:
I finished up Stranger Things S4.  It was a decent season overall, kind of an homage to A Nightmare on Elm Street.  I liked most of the kids arcs, but the adults in Russia plotline was pointless and unnecessary.

The Boys continues to be batshiat and awesome.  I hope they can stick the landing this week.
 
2022-07-04 1:44:49 PM  

Raider_dad: I watched THEM! yesterday ,hadn't seen it in decades but I still enjoyed it. Some movies I haven't seen in a very long time I worry that nostalgia has made it better than it is so I stay away. This time it worked out ok.

[Fark user image image 400x225]

THEM!!!


It was one of the better giant insect movies of the time.
 
2022-07-04 1:46:35 PM  
Two Technicolor Noirs,

Leave Her To Heaven: Gene Tierney is magnificent as an insane woman who will let nothing stop her from being alone with her man.

Black Widow: Ginger Rogers, Gene Tierney, Van Heflin, George Raft and Reginald Gardiner. Kind of like All About Eve but with murder.
 
2022-07-04 1:49:35 PM  

phedex: While I'm not much for old war movies, I just noticed The Dirty Dozen is on netflix;  Even the ones most would consider classics i've never seen.   Right now i'm halfway through it and I gotta say, its pretty good.

Anyone who knows more about these kind of movies, i have been trying to remember one that I should look up. All I can remember is that its a similar movie from the same era, but a comedy.  Anyone know what i'm trying to think of?


Catch-22?
 
2022-07-04 2:22:05 PM  

Fireproof: Kind of shocked to see that I'm the first one talking about...

Stranger Things- Sometimes scary, always compelling. Got 4 or 5 episodes watched this week, which leaves three left. Problem is the remaining ones are enormous. At least one is two farking hours. Between this and Travels With My Father,  what happened to making several episodes in a digestible length instead of just a few enormous ones?

Anyway, enjoying the unraveling mystery of Vecna and the development of the characters. LOVED Dustin's girlfriend's family. Real bunch of characters. Enjoying the whole bit going on in Russia but I'm wondering if they'll every wrap that up and return those people to Hawkins.

One part we both hated: The jock at the town meeting being allowed to seize the microphone, break every meeting rule, and give an absurdly flawless speech encouraging vigilantism against the Hellfire Club without the sheriff making a real effort to stop him until it was over. And then people immediately got up to start the vigilante hunt. Felt like something straight out of a "and everyone clapped" chain email.

But other than that, great so far. I've heard the ending is very moving.


Just also saw the last episode before the two they just now released. Hell of a Wham Episode! Revealed a LOT, but I won't spoil it. I'll just say that I got way more answers that I had even hoped to get.
 
2022-07-04 3:33:37 PM  
Stranger Things 4: Loved this season.  The jock annoyed me from the moment he first appeared onscreen, but I felt an odd kinship with Eddie, who's an outcast in Hawkins and it feels as though they're nodding to the Satanic Panic of the 80s with the Hellfire Club and his character.  The season felt like an homage to The Empire Strikes Back overall.

Quantum of Solace: Watched this on Netflix out of boredom, and it didn't help.  It's one of the least memorable Bond films ever.  You know how ransom notes have random letter characters in different fonts glued to the paper?  I imagine that's how the finished script looked.
 
2022-07-04 4:19:48 PM  

phedex: While I'm not much for old war movies, I just noticed The Dirty Dozen is on netflix;  Even the ones most would consider classics i've never seen.   Right now i'm halfway through it and I gotta say, its pretty good.

Anyone who knows more about these kind of movies, i have been trying to remember one that I should look up. All I can remember is that its a similar movie from the same era, but a comedy.  Anyone know what i'm trying to think of?


Kelley's Heroes
 
2022-07-04 5:09:01 PM  

buravirgil: Lumbar Puncture: Cafe Threads: buravirgil: Cafe Threads: You Asked for It - women's revenge movie (Hulu).

Needed that this weekend.

Asking for it?IMDb
How about Olivia Wilde in A Vigilante(2018)IMDb

Watching The Princess now.

I watched that last night and it's great. It's The Raid in reverse, instead of up through a building she's descending one. Phenomenal action choreography, super bloody, and she did nearly all of her own stunts which makes it so they didn't need to do a bunch of camera cuts or tricks.

Would've never seen the girl from The Kissing Booth as an action star but she could totally go that way if she wanted to.

A Good Woman Is Hard to Find(2019)IMDb


After The Princess I'm more in the mood for Chocolate 2008
 
2022-07-04 5:11:43 PM  

Galileo's Daughter: Stranger Things 4: Loved this season.  The jock annoyed me from the moment he first appeared onscreen, but I felt an odd kinship with Eddie, who's an outcast in Hawkins and it feels as though they're nodding to the Satanic Panic of the 80s with the Hellfire Club and his character.  The season felt like an homage to The Empire Strikes Back overall.

Quantum of Solace: Watched this on Netflix out of boredom, and it didn't help.  It's one of the least memorable Bond films ever.  You know how ransom notes have random letter characters in different fonts glued to the paper?  I imagine that's how the finished script looked.


I heard that QoS was basically a first-draft script thanks to the Writer's Strike. I believe it.
 
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