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The All-Purpose Getting-To-Know-BBers Questions Thread
2 January 2021
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The only new show I’ve watched this year is Cocomelon. It’s absolutely horrible, but also strangely mesmerizing and calming. The star of the show is a baby. He only has two teeth so he can’t be more than eight months, but he can talk, walk, swim, ride a bike and eat bologna sandwiches. Truly amazing.

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The Last Dance was incredible

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I’d never viewed ” Parks and Recreation” during its original to 2009-2017 run, but found it very enjoyable last year. Not a perfect sitcom, too many redundant one joke characters… but Leslie Knope and Ron Swanson are among the finest farcical sitcom characters I’ve ever loved, wonderfully funny performances there

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Vera Chuck and Dave said
The Last Dance was incredible

  

I liked that too. Very good. What about Tiger King? ahdn_john_08_gif

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Couldn’t tell you what’s new on tv. The only new programme I’ve watched in a long time is ‘Taskmaster’.

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Timothy said

Vera Chuck and Dave said

The Last Dance was incredible

  

I liked that too. Very good. What about Tiger King? ahdn_john_08_gif

  

incredible, in a totally different way, hahaha

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Vera Chuck and Dave said

Timothy said

Vera Chuck and Dave said

The Last Dance was incredible

  

I liked that too. Very good. What about Tiger King? ahdn_john_08_gif

  

incredible, in a totally different way, hahaha

  

Absolutely. These two would be my favourite shows from 2020. Can’t think of much else, apart from rewatching old stuff. 

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vonbontee said
I’d never viewed ” Parks and Recreation” during its original to 2009-2017 run, but found it very enjoyable last year. Not a perfect sitcom, too many redundant one joke characters… but Leslie Knope and Ron Swanson are among the finest farcical sitcom characters I’ve ever loved, wonderfully funny performances there

  

I watched this for the first time during (first) lockdown and really enjoyed it – post season 2.

 

I’m now giving Arrested Development a go for the first time, I’m about 3 eps in. Anyone have any recommendations for any other sitcoms along these lines?

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YES!!! Parks and Rec is my favorite show, I love it so much ahdn_george_08

and @kelicopter if you liked Parks and Rec I would recommend my new second-favorite show, Schitt’s Creek. It can take a few episodes to get into it, and the humor is of a slightly different style, but it’s so very good and I love it dearly. 

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The second series (8 episodes this time) of Staged starts tonight! Yay!

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That I can recall because last year seemed to last forever, Sex Education and The Queens Gambit. Both are fantastic in different ways, but The Queens Gambit mesmerized me.

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kelicopter said

vonbontee said

I’d never viewed ” Parks and Recreation” during its original to 2009-2017 run, but found it very enjoyable last year. Not a perfect sitcom, too many redundant one joke characters… but Leslie Knope and Ron Swanson are among the finest farcical sitcom characters I’ve ever loved, wonderfully funny performances there

  

I watched this for the first time during (first) lockdown and really enjoyed it – post season 2.

 

I’m now giving Arrested Development a go for the first time, I’m about 3 eps in. Anyone have any recommendations for any other sitcoms along these lines?

  

idk if there’s much else out there quite like Arrested Development

love that show (first 3 seasons anyways)

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Starr Shine? said
When are you?

  

When am I….?

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