I can't believe I ate the whole thing.

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  1. Toto'sDad

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    I just watched season five, finished the last episode of The Rifleman today! I have never actually binged on any series before. I watched Mark almost grow up, it would have been cool if they had stayed on a couple of more years. I don't know if I want to get involved in watching ALL of anything again. The one thing I kind of miss about cable tv since I switched to streaming is that I can't just flip through the channels endlessly and watch a half dozen shows at once. It was kind of sad after watching all of those shows, that they didn't bring it to any kind of closure. I miss you Lucas and Mark, it was good riding the trail with you, even though it was vicariously.
     
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    TeleTown Friend of Leo's

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    I had a big crush on Lou Mallory when I was kid.
     
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    Haven't watched TV in a month.

    Less filling, and tastes great. More time to hang out outdoors with my new pup.
     
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    We just finished watching 'The Borgias' on Netflix, usually two per evening. The whole thing is riddled with bare-butted boinkers of every persuasion, including a bit of incest here and there, which almost killed it for us several times, but the production value, acting, costumes, and period detail was extremely good by any standard, so we gave the seedier parts a pass.
     
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    Response for the post tittle: that's what she said! :twisted:


    Now for the post, I haven't watched The Rifleman I'll add it to my list, the only two series I've binged were Breaking Bad and Lost
     
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    That's so sad about his disease and situation......not unexpected of course, given his age.....but, still. :(
    Not wanting to be mean......Debra Tate was (is?) a beautiful woman.......but she was NEVER as incredibly stunning as Sharon.
     
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    Randypttt Friend of Leo's

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    Dude...easy now. It's just a tv show.;):D
     
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    Thanks for posting I had read that Johnny was suffering from dementia. So sad, I loved watching him on the Rifleman. They sure did come across as a father and son team. Some complained about the bad guys who came back over and over, but I enjoyed them never the less. Great seeing stars like Lee Van Cleef on the show. I didn't mind, it was like seeing local actors playing different people. Chuck and Johnny are somewhere in time riding the trial from North Fork back to their little cabin.
     
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    You, you, you, dream shatterer you! :eek::D:lol:
     
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    I've never really done this sort of thing before; Have you? :lol::lol::lol:
     
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    I really like The Rifleman....it's not one that we got as a kid in northern Ontario. I think it was pretty well written.
     
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    Almost every episode contains a little bit of moral upbringing for Mark. Even though, there wasn't a woman in the house, Lucas tried to make sure Mark was brought up right.
     
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    Great show.

    The next thing you should binge on is the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. It is the best story on TV. Actually it’s not on TV but if you have an Amazon Prime account it’s free.
     
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    I've been watching Fleabag on Prime......not quite The Rifleman, but thought provoking nonetheless.
     
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