8 Maids-C-MILking

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  3. I think the safest answer would be to say it was in between. It's hard to answer without understanding what you mean by "significant part of pop culture" though. In its original run, the vast majority of Saturday morning TV was built around cartoons (and pro wrestling ) that was more designed as advertisements for toys. SBTB skewed a little bit older: kids who were too old for Ninja Turtles, but not yet old enough where they'd rather sleep until noon. That's a pretty narrow window. It had a pretty strong afterlife in syndication, especially on TBS which would marathon the shit out of it, so it sort of became one of those things that was hard to miss. I think everybody's seen it at least once, but it's not quite the same as something people got into enough that they bought the merch and made it into a treasured part of their childhood.
  4. There was a modified version of the game put out a while back with the Japan feds changed, but I reckon that's probably outdated too. It's crazy to think that EWR is older than Dragon Gate...
  5. I just got that one. Glad to hear I am in for a good read.
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  9. Missed opportunity on Westworld's part then.
  10. Yeah, I figured the same. Did episode two...
  11. I am off today, so I am going to burn through as much of this as possible because I have a feeling it's all anybody's going to be talking about at work tomorrow. Just watched episode one...
  12. I spent a good bit of 2016 screen time catching up on stuff from previous years (Happy Endings mostly) and lately EWB Film Club, though I think I can get to 15 if I reeeeally try. You're The Worst Orange Is The New Black Better Call Saul American Ninja Warrior Mr. Robot Stranger Things Silicon Valley American Crime Story Angie Tribeca The Earliest Show Search Party Westworld Updated. Three to go! The Night Of is (still) next on deck.
  13. If anybody still needs to cross off a documentary (or has about ten minutes to burn), there's this: Matt Gourley lives out his lifelong dream of being murdered movie-style. Nothing revolutionary, but I'm a sucker for any story where somebody gets to live out a childhood fantasy.
  14. I watched one called Winnebago Man. It's the story of a guy who was hired to film a commercial for Winnebagos and his angry outtakes of it went viral. He gets humiliated, disappears from society and a documentary filmmaker seeks him out and ends up in a weird way bringing him back. It was thought-provoking, though I don't think intentionally. It only briefly and lightly touches on how cyberbullying can ruin lives, though it's careful to hit that point, but at its core it's the story of a guy who has very clearly intentionally isolated himself and another guy bringing all the notoriety that he's trying to escape right back to him in kind of an unfair way. However, it works because the guy's such an attention-seeking wacky character than when he's finally drawn back into the world, it feels like a real victory. I have not had great luck flying blind into these categories, but I really liked this one.
  15. I googled for a list of movies that fit the advanced criteria. One of them matched a title that had been long and emphatically recommended to me by a friend. So I watched Bubba Hotep. I'm not sure it actually fit the advanced criteria. I'm also not sure I'm going to be friends with that friend anymore. I think I needed something more uplifting this go-round.