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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Weazel, Nov 28, 2020.
The DVD set .
Yep...we have the box sets complete of several TV series.
My preferred box set favs are Burn Notice, Perry Mason, Columbo and The Three Stooges. (Amazon purchases a few years ago)
My wife has her favs too.....Walker, Texas Ranger, Six Million Dollar Man, Wonder Woman, I Love Lucy and a few other sitcoms which I don't care for.
Those don't interest me but I've watched some WTR episodes with her....acting isn't terribly convincing, just wholesome good guy/bad guy stuff.
Have a great day....
I just bought the Freaks and Geeks DVD set... According to the creator (Judd Apatow) it will never be available on streaming due to the excessive cost of the music licensing. It's a truly great show, and will be a nostalgia trip for anyone who was in high school in the early eighties.
It's the best show ever IMO.
Just finished Boston Legal, which superb, starting 24 next, but dont know how much difference there will be in each series.
For years I never watched TV so box sets are a boon for me.
Rectify (You have to stick with it for the payoff.)
I’ve got the DVD’s to Breaking Bad for the extra features.
Love the Battlestar Galactica reboot, and have the blu-ray. Anxiously awaiting a complete Agents of SHIELD collection.
Currently rewatching x files on amazon prime. Awesome. Remember discussing the episodes in school back in the day.
Some random crazy stuff that YouTube recommends out of nowhere
Homicide: Life on the Street - maybe the best tv series ever, imho
Breaking Bad/Better Call Saul - Hard not to like BB, BCS is a little slow but getting good
X-Files - Classic, inventive, usually always interesting
Enlightenment - a great series that was cancelled way too soon
Never got into a series. Maybe I would get dvd set of remastered Star Trek.
Game of Thrones