Netflix human recommendations

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Little Fires Everywhere is on Amazon Prime now.

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Rosa wrote:
Fri May 22, 2020 12:27 pm
Season 2 of Selling Sunset is now in Netflix. This is not highbrow, but I loved the first season.
I watched episode one at lunchtime. The vacuous bitchery with added property porn continues, what's not to love? :))

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There's everything to love! Perfect lockdown nonsense.

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Dynasty series 3 TOMORROW!

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Three new shows on one page here that I am *very* excited about. :mrgreen:

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I really enjoyed the first episode of Little Fires Everywhere :weewee: Reece Witherspoon's character is so amazingly dislikable and there's also PACEY :love2: Although S came in and commented on Kerry Washington's one emotion acting :mog:

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I love everything Reese does. I HATED Kerry Washington's perma-snarl, though. It nearly ruined the whole thing.

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My bloody TV decided not to connect to the internet last night so it’s going to have to wait until this afternoon now.

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We are watching The Last Dance now. It's really really interesting. I can't decide if I like Michael Jordan or not.

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I was planning to watch that cos I love a sports documentary, until I read about the backlash and how MJ's production company is involved. I can't be bothered with hagiography, I want a neutral documentary.

There's another Lance Armstrong documentary coming out which is apparently another few hours highlighting his sociopathic status. I can't imagine why he continues to sign up for these things.

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I didn't know about a backlash as I am deliberately not googling anything as I don't actually know if they won the championship in that last year, but it doesn't really surprise me that there was one. It's all so interesting.

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I love a sports documentary too. Did you watch All or Nothing about Manchester City? That was fascinating.

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This weekend was spent binging:

Becoming with Michelle Obama (bring tissues)
Working Moms season 4 (meh)
The Cyntoia Brown one
One of Us about people escaping theif Hasidic lives in Brooklyn which was interesting but I realised I’d seen it before when I was halfway through.
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Turtle Bean wrote:
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I love a sports documentary too. Did you watch All or Nothing about Manchester City? That was fascinating.
I have not! I shall add it to the list, ta Teabs. Pep. :hbeat:

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As a United fan it's against the rules but I do love Pep. ♥️

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Sames. The same dispensation goes for Klopp. It's impossible not to love that jovial German. :))

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Pep and Klopp are both lovely chaps.
Christ on a bendy bus son, don't be such a fucking faff arse

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I really enjoyed the Manchester City All or Nothing, but was surprised at how much Pep swears!

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I’m going to marry Pep, just for the Christmas cards we will send.

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:mrgreen: You should also send out invitations to an open house:

Pop over to Pip and Pep's.

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