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Snowprince

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  1. Snowprince

    In Memoriam: Celebrity Deaths

    First saw JMV in the TV movie "Tribes", 1970. He played a hippie drafted into the USMC opposite Darren McGavin's tough DI. Movie shot at MCRD San Diego while I was going through. A fine actor who's fame unfortunately ended up consuming him. RIP.
  2. Snowprince

    In Memoriam: Celebrity Deaths

    Another favorite duet, this one with Michael McDonald. Rest peacefully James, you'll be sorely missed.
  3. Snowprince

    S01.E01: Pilot

    Disregard, already addressed.
  4. Snowprince

    The Rookie Anticipation: Back To The Precinct

    You're absolutely right and I agree with you 110%. The sometimes sad/maddening thing is though, there are PLENTY of people out there who will watch these shows and BELIEVE THAT'S HOW IT REALLY IS! I can't tell you how many times people have been shocked...SHOCKED I tell you...because they got their law degrees by watching The Practice but what happened on TV didn't happen in the real world..
  5. Snowprince

    The Rookie Anticipation: Back To The Precinct

    I was referring to the shows accuracy/credibility procedurally speaking. Most cop shows have about as much relationship to procedural accuracy as Christmas has to the Easter Bunny. I know it's a drama not a documentary, but suspension of disbelief can only go so far before I collapse into uncontrollable laughter...as I did with Castle the few time I watched it.
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    The Rookie Anticipation: Back To The Precinct

    I'm here Raja, and what you've said is pretty much spot on. I should probably give this one a chance, but SouthLAnd set the bar so high and from snippets I've seen I doubt I could get through this one with a straight face.
  7. Snowprince

    S01.E01: Pilot

    I don't think I could watch this one with a straight face, Moose. And BTW, my oldest boot was 52. He didn't make probation not because he couldn't cut it, but after a couple of months he decided this second career wasn't for him.
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    In Memoriam: Celebrity Deaths

    I was first introduced to Mr Reynolds as Lt John Hawk in the ABC series of the same name in 1966. It only ran for 17 episodes but it, and he, made quite an impression on me. As others have said, his appearances on The Tonight Show have stayed with me and kept me in stitches ever since. Rest Peacefully Burt, we'll miss you.
  9. It was the local channels and unlimited recording that sold me on it, much better than Sling TV IMO. Premiums like HBO are extra, but having been grandfathered in at $35/mo it's still costing me less than a fill up, which will last me approx 2 weeks.
  10. Youtube TV. Local channels, all the cable channels I want, unlimited DVR recording (stored for 9 months), access to a large "on demand" library. Only thing missing is PBS, but that's why God gave me an antenna. It ain't free, but I spend more money per month filling my gas tank....I'll take it.
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    In Memoriam: Celebrity Deaths

    Fair winds and following seas, Captain /Senator McCain. I'm sure your father and grandfather greeted you with the same one our brothers from Vietnam share with each other.... Welcome Home. Semper Fi. *Hand Salute *
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    In Memoriam: Celebrity Deaths

    I am devastated....there are no words. Rest peacefully Aretha, suffer no more.
  13. Free Fire "Alright. Who did it? Who did it? You are gonna stand sweating at those battle stations until someone confesses....."
  14. Snowprince

    LMAO!: Hilarious Movie Moments

    Gregory Peck's scenery chewing delivery reduces me to giggles every time....The Boys From Brazil.
  15. Snowprince

    TV Themes: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

    From The 80s, when synthesizers roamed the earth... Airwolf! And... Knight Rider!
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