Tuesday TV Talk

What are you watching (you know, besides society’s real-time collapse)?

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About Theresa Couchman

Theresa Couchman was born in Upstate New York, went to school in Upstate New York, and currently resides in Upstate New York. She has a pair of impractical Master's Degrees and a taste for the pointlessly weird, and is occasionally funny on Twitter.
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11 Responses to Tuesday TV Talk

  1. welcometocostcoiloveyou says:

    I needed new background noise, so I threw on Sex and the City. I know I liked it back in the day, but it does not hold up very well. And why is Carrie always squealing/shrieking?

    The show will always hold a special place in my heart for having one of my favorite lines of all time: “I don’t have a baby! Everybody drink!”

    There was an episode that the ladies were freaking out about an upcoming birthday, and I realized I was older than the character in that episode. The show came out so long ago, that they always seemed older to me, but I guess I am the old one now!

  2. welcometocostcoiloveyou says:

    Oh, and I am having a really hard time getting through this season of iZombie. I adored this show, especially seasons 1 and 2, but season 4 is just not working for me. I will definitely watch the rest of the series, but I really hope it gets better again.

  3. Tracey says:

    Oh man it is hard to be an informed citizen right now. I feel crushed and angry and hopeless. This is probably why I spent the whole weekend on my couch binge watching two seasons of Goliath on Amazon.

    Whereas on Friday I had no opinion of Billy Bob Thornton, by Monday I was a big fan! The show is set in my neighborhood, which is always a thrill for some stupid reason. “I drive by Billy’s hotel every morning and there it is on TV!” Being in my neighborhood isn’t a guarantee that I won’t totally hate a show, though – I’m looking at you, Flaked.

    Goliath, basically a John Grisham novel in TV form, is at its best when Billy is on screen. The story falters when they give too much time to the villains because they fail to add depth and instead just double down on how evil they are. So there were a few times when I hit the skip forward button several times to bypass William Hurt’s one-dimensional baddie. But Billy shines and overall I recommend this show.

    I also watched the first two episodes of a show called Condor, on some network called Audience. What and where is it? I have no idea. Condor is a CIA thriller starring Jeremy Irons’ son and so far I like it.

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