The TV Show Recommendations Thread

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  1. TMC

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    I hate Cobra Kai for that same reason...
     
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    It definitely hits a certain niche. If you were in middle or high school when Karate Kid came out in the 80s, this is aimed at you.
    Everyone wants to know what happened to Johnny Lawrence the bully. Everyone hated him.
    There was speculation that the Gimp in Pulp Fiction was actually Johnny... lol
     
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    I watched the first season when it premiered on YouTube TV. Just starting the second season now. Me and the wife find it fun.

    And fwiw, if you haven’t seen Jim Carrey’s impersonation of Joe Biden... check out last night’s cold open on SNL. Amazing lol
     
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    I was, still doesn't work.

    Don't mind me, I'm the weird one... :p
     
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    Alright Money, we finished Cobra Kai. I’m in the same boat... it rocked! As cheesy as it was, the 80s vibe blended great with the modern day themes. Johnny’s fantasy montage of Miguel’s momma was hilarious! Looking forward to season 3 and Johnny hopefully finding redemption.
     
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    If you like Bill Burr and miss the pre-cancel culture comedy days, his monologue on SNL was hilarious. I’ve learned that if you find something offensive, it’s probably because there’s some truth behind it. I mean, he made jokes about possibly being cancelled one day, made a joke and then the internet (mainly those he joked about) went after him.

    We don’t get comedy like that anymore. It’s forced to be extremely PC today.
     

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