Hidden Gems of Hulu and Hulu+

Mario_Alba wrote:
Hobear wrote:

Wife and I are deep into Dopesick. I love it but I hate that it's real. Working in the medical clinics at the time of Oxy I definitely are their l lunches and took their pens and other trinkets. It's odd to see it played back.

My wife and I just finished it a couple of weeks ago. I loved the show, but every episode made me very angry precisely because I knew it was real. A great show, but very upsetting.

Yeah, seeing it happen and knowing I was there was very surreal. Finished it last night and yeah great but I hate that so much death, suffering, and pain have taken place for it. The Sacklers are sacs of sh1t and I hope they get what's coming to them in this life or the next.

My life had me

Spoiler:

working in a sports medicine and orthopedic clinic for the early years seeing people get addicted to it. Then I go to work a psych clinic and get folks into a Suboxone clinic among other things and addictions. I then worked to sign docs into networks and worked their contracts and billing. Some time later I built the plans that would help the members. Last up was me working with their medical transportation to the methadone or Suboxone clinics. Most of those drivers were frauds or just getting busses of them. They'd cruise parking lots getting folks info to just make up rides unfortunately. I hope many got help...f*cking breaks my heart. I am so glad I never had a chance in my life to get hooked, that sh*t scares me.

Woohoo a judge just overturned their bankruptcy protection!

I think the last several seasons have frequently dipped too far into fan service but it’s at least nice how regularly new seasons drop:

Wait, did that say Dec. 26? That day has already passed! I can watch this now?!

Finally got around to watching season 2 of The Great. Enjoyed the hell out of it, glad to hear it is getting a 3rd season. Huzzah!

Hope they do not have to recast Bender.

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Nimcosi wrote:

Hope they do not have to recast Bender.

Well...

Nimcosi wrote:

Hope they do not have to recast Bender.

Good news, everyone!

Will it come in suppository form this time?

I watched Fresh last night. Man...a movie that I loved up until the last 15 minutes or so when it went off the rails. I'd still recommend a watch if you want just a bananas movie. Probably the less known about the plot, the better, so go in cold if you can. I just wish they would've landed the plane better.

Started and finished Only Murders in The Building over the last 10 days or so. Really great! Interesting that they went into it setting up season 2 from the intro. Glad it's getting another season.

Season 2 of Dicktown recently started. It’s an animated comedy series starring John Hodgeman as John Hunchman, a former Encyclopedia Brown-style child detective who is now a middle-aged man still living in his hometown solving mysteries for teens with his former school bully.

Watched Palm Springs and liked it. It takes a new spin on the repeating day trope. Movie was a complete surprised because I thought this was a completely different movie. I don't think I ever heard of this movie before watching it.

Its a groundhog movie so you know what you are going to get mostly. They come hard on the funny and the humanity. This might have been the best movie using this concept but not the best I have seen from tv. The acting was good and the story fun.

I give this movie 1 star repeated forever.

Agree 99.9999999999...%

Yup. That movie came out at such a bizarre time. It was released in the middle of so many people being locked down. Folks were making comments about every day being the same as the last, and an amazing time loop movie gets released.

Atlanta is back. Excited to be impressed but bummed at how it'll for sure hit home.

I thought I'd mentioned it in this thread at one point, but 12 Monkeys, the series. A pretty solid 47 episodes of time travel that bows with a definitive ending.

Kurrelgyre wrote:

I thought I'd mentioned it in this thread at one point, but 12 Monkeys, the series. A pretty solid 47 episodes of time travel that bows with a definitive ending.

I always wondered how that was. I really loved the movie, so I am more interested knowing that it is worth a look.

Nice to know it has an ending. Looked interesting.

tuffalobuffalo wrote:

Atlanta is back. Excited to be impressed but bummed at how it'll for sure hit home.

I've enjoyed it so far. The first episode opens with a fascinating take on what it means to be/become white.