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    Quote Originally Posted by Upset View Post
    I watched the first few episodes of Lost in Space, and kind of Lost in Terest. I may pick it up again at some point.
    I tried to watch Evil Genius. It really looked good, but the CC jumped around too much.
    Brandon Lee

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    I just finished binge-watching Safe. I really enjoyed it. Apparently some British critics have made fun of Michael C. Hall's attempt at a British accent. LOL
    "In a soldier's stance I aim my hand / At the mongrel dogs who teach / Fearing not I'd become my enemy / In the instant that I preach"
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    "November 13: Attack on Paris" is definitely worth checking out. It's a documentary series on the Paris attacks, mostly focusing on the attack at the Eagles of Death Metal show.
    "In a soldier's stance I aim my hand / At the mongrel dogs who teach / Fearing not I'd become my enemy / In the instant that I preach"
    - Robert Zimmerman, "My Back Pages"

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    Wild Wild Country is a 6 part documentary about the Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and his followers setting up a utopian commune in rural Oregon in the 1980s.
    Very interesting, I had heard of it, but never the particulars, (a power struggle between members/residents of the area, lead to the first documented bioterrorism attack in the US.)
    Morgan

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    I just got it a few weeks ago as a friend said it had some really good true crime documentaries on it knowing I was a hag. So far, what I've seen is really good. The one I really liked was The Keepers which is about a nun Sister Cathy who was found dead in the 60s and her death is still a mystery. In the show, some of her ex pupils try to figure out what happened and it spins off into a whole other thing as others get involved. It's gripping but a hard watch because it ends up dealing with sexual abuse and if anybody wants to watch it who has experience with the subject like I have, I'll forewarn there are some tough scenes to sit through as the victims explain in detail what happened and it could trigger and really anger people.

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    Yes, ShellC, The Keepers is really good, they have a facebook page ran by Gemma herself.
    "My Darling Girl ,when are you going to realize that being normal is not necessarily a virtue? It rather denotes a lack of courage." ~Aunt Frances~
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    Quote Originally Posted by pkstracy View Post
    Yes, ShellC, The Keepers is really good, they have a facebook page ran by Gemma herself.
    Yeah I joined after seeing it on the show. I'm glad they are still looking into things.

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    Season 14 of Gray's is on!
    Brandon Lee

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