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#441

Pullman was very good. I thought it all wrapped up a bit too neat and tidy Though?


#442

The “Jim & Andy” documentary was interesting.
The scenes with Andy Kaufmans family meeting Jim/Andy was strange.
Well worth a watch


#443

Sadly the second half of the season doesnt live up to the early promise. Started out excellent but loses its way big time.


#444

It left Pullman’s story hanging though.


#445

Jim Carry and he full of STD’s


#446

Good sports doc?
I’ve a few hours to kill now


#447

“The summit” - about Limerick man Ger McDonnells ill fated climb of K2. Excellent documentary


#448

Just watch a few episodes of Master of None


#449

Just started watching America’s Game with the 07 Giants, the responses here were a bit tardy :face_with_raised_eyebrow:


#450

I know I’m fair late here but Gascoigne’s doc is excellent


#451

there is a savage amount of graphic homosexuality creeping into shows these days, the second series of el chapo is cat for it, conrado is ateing the face of a lad every chance he gets, there’s no need for showing it, it adds nothing


#452

Another shout out for witnesses, or frozen witnesses on BBC iplayer. Daycent.


#453


Pascal a huge loss.Should still be quality though,Just starting season 2 of Chapo.


#454

I had to abandon The Deuce halfway through it. Vile stuff.


#455

Do you find the regular kind equally disgusting??


#456

Ah don’t start that shit man!


#457

Its not for me but but not revolting either. I’d rather no sex scenes.


#458

What’s up mate, genuine question. I’m interested in the human condition.


#459

I disagree. It’s probably just that you’re somehow drawn to programmes that contain a lot of explicit homosexual hi-jinks.


#460

I watched this over the weekend. An interesting watch, fairly intense at times. Credit to Carrey for really committing to the role