I don't think I've ever actually binge watched anything before, but I started watching the Rifleman season one, and I'm up to the eighteenth episode. I watched all of them as a kid, but I don't remember anything about them, so it's just like watching them fresh. Man, how things have changed! During that time period, the good guys were good guys, and the bad guys all got shot or hung. It's cool watching the episodes because I can recognize some of the places from the Iverson ranch down around Chatsworth. Now it's all built up into condos and such, but if you get high enough above the town you can recognize some of the terrain. Years ago, a company I worked for did a water tank supply job above the town, and I hauled the heavy equipment for the job to the site. One delivery I made down there, I had to go through town with a 633 scraper loaded on seven axles. A guy stopped at traffic light in front of me, whipped out his trusty pistola and shot himself in the head! Traffic was snarled for miles, so a parking meter guy tried to run me off the route, nothing doing I said, I'm on a permit, and you're gonna have to get a California Highway Patrolman out here to escort me, and my pilot car. The parking meter huffed and puffed a while, but finally got a patrolman out there, and he got me out of the mess someway, and guided me around town back to where I could get back on my route, interesting day. PS: I don't think the Rifleman had anything to do with it.