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/r/television's Saturday Recommendations (Week of January 13, 2018)
1532
Nick Offerman as "Karl Weathers" in Fargo - Drunken Rant
513
Legion shows us that you don't need 2-3 episodes of relationship drama to sell viewers on a TV couple. All you need is 3 minutes of great music and fantastic editing.
7387
HLN Host Ashleigh Banfield Slams Aziz Ansari Accuser: "You Have Chipped Away at a Movement"
86283
Aziz Ansari Is Guilty. Of Not Being a Mind Reader.
2058
Aziz Ansari accusation story was a gift to anyone who wants to derail #MeToo
67674
History Channel is honoring Martin Luther King Jr. today by playing 10 episodes of his favorite show, American Pickers
28
Atlanta | Season 2: Spotlight Preview | FX
191
This may be old news but The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is amazing
31
Everything Sucks! | Netflix - February 16, 2018
17
Remember when Flavor of Love was a thing?
1982
Liam Neeson and Brendan Gleeson to star in Coen Brothers' Netflix miniseries Ballad Of Buster Scruggs
34
For a show with such poor reviews, Breakout Kings has some surprisingly good performances and likeable characters.
9
I think that the show "Episodes" beautifully emphasizes the dynamic of "writer/creator versus corporate/money"
9
Interview With Peter Falk | 50 Years of Columbo (Columbo Featurette)
263
The Jim Jefferies Show’ Renewed For Second Season By Comedy Central
50
This season of Family Guy is good
7409
The Humiliation of Aziz Ansari
3
American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace | Official Trailer [RED BAND] | FX
428
'The Good Place' is basking in the Jaguars' playoff run
85
Netflix's 'Umbrella Academy' Series Has Begun Filming
4
Kevin Spacey Allegedly Said 'I Don't Want N***ers Watching My Trailer' While Filming 'House of Cards'
7
On ‘Black Lightning,’ a Superhero Takes On Race, Justice and the Real World
67
"I Am Not Your Negro" is on PBS tonight at 9 PM
39
L.A. to Vegas is surprisingly really good.
12477
Conan O’Brien headed to Haiti for next instalment of ‘Conan Without Borders’
7
Which movies would you like to see made into tv shows?
380
Halt and Catch Fire is the best TV drama no one watched
3027
Black Mirror director wants spinoff series for Season 4's 'USS Callister'
125
Stranger Things season 3: filming may start sooner than expected
2
Amazon Studios Signs Overall Deal with Emmy-Nominated Creator Sharon Horgan
3
David Simon adapting Philip Roth’s The Plot Against America for TV
157
British Sitcom ‘Detectorists’ Is TV’s Buried Treasure
1
That 70's Show - The Panties Clip
3
The Brave (NBC)
166
Being a child actor has always been tough. Social media makes it so much worse.
3169
Aziz Ansari Responds to Sexual Misconduct Allegation (Full Statement)
37
With early reviews, The CW's "Black Lightning" is 100% fresh.
149
Harvey Weinstein Removed From Credits Of 'Waco' & 'Yellowstone'
20
Why Conan Just Planned A Last Minute Trip To Haiti
49
Atlanta Robbin' Season Teaser #2 (heavy rotation)
29 p0rcupinezer0 The term *self-destruct* dates back to at least the eighteenth century, and possibly earlier. It appears several times in the notes of inventor David Bushnell, who designed a clockwork flintlock timer for an underwater bomb in 1775. It also appears in discussions about floating mines (then called *torpedoes*) well before the U.S. Civil War. I've never seen Frontier, so it's entirely possible that self-destruct is an anachronism within the context of the show. But it definitely did *not* originate with the space program. Source: I once spent nearly a year researching the history of undersea warfare for a book I was writing.
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10 themanifoldcuriosity >[Paranoid was coined in 1848 but didn't enter common usage or gain it's current meaning until much later.](https://tstoaddicts.files.wordpress.com/2013/10/comic-book-guy-laptop.jpg)
2 rocksoffjagger Yeah, one of the most poorly researched shows I've ever seen. Just don't set your show in the past if you're not even willing to pay lip service to historical accuracy. Not to mention the first season had no narrative arc whatsoever. I haven't watched season 2, but I remember thinking I was at the midseason point based on what was happening and the number of episodes I had watched, and then it was just over.
1 SeanCanary I've seen some other television and movies where this is an issue though I'm not calling any to mind at the moment (Doctor Who gets a pass because I'm not really taking it seriously).
1 lingben might I interest you in X-Company instead? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X_Company
1 irishking44 No one was worse, yet somehow still amazing at it than Starz' Spartacus series
30 0 p0rcupinezer0 The term *self-destruct* dates back to at least the eighteenth century, and possibly earlier. It appears several times in the notes of inventor David Bushnell, who designed a clockwork flintlock timer for an underwater bomb in 1775. It also appears in discussions about floating mines (then called *torpedoes*) well before the U.S. Civil War. I've never seen Frontier, so it's entirely possible that self-destruct is an anachronism within the context of the show. But it definitely did *not* originate with the space program. Source: I once spent nearly a year researching the history of undersea warfare for a book I was writing.
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12 0 themanifoldcuriosity >[Paranoid was coined in 1848 but didn't enter common usage or gain it's current meaning until much later.](https://tstoaddicts.files.wordpress.com/2013/10/comic-book-guy-laptop.jpg)
2 0 rocksoffjagger Yeah, one of the most poorly researched shows I've ever seen. Just don't set your show in the past if you're not even willing to pay lip service to historical accuracy. Not to mention the first season had no narrative arc whatsoever. I haven't watched season 2, but I remember thinking I was at the midseason point based on what was happening and the number of episodes I had watched, and then it was just over.
1 0 SeanCanary I've seen some other television and movies where this is an issue though I'm not calling any to mind at the moment (Doctor Who gets a pass because I'm not really taking it seriously).
1 0 lingben might I interest you in X-Company instead? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X_Company
1 0 irishking44 No one was worse, yet somehow still amazing at it than Starz' Spartacus series