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On 12/15/2017 at 10:40 PM, rl_sd said:

New season of the Ranch came out... for those of you Netflix binge watchers out that haven’t seen it, I highly suggest it!

 

Never heard of this show but anything with Sam Elliot is probably worth watching. I'll check it out after we finish up with Peaky Blinders.

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13 hours ago, Big Dave2 said:

 

Never heard of this show but anything with Sam Elliot is probably worth watching. I'll check it out after we finish up with Peaky Blinders.

 

Peaky Blinkers? I've never heard of it - and with a name like that I am afraid to google it at work!

 

The Ranch is awesome. The humor is somewhat dry at times, but it is still funny. Got hooked on it almost as hard as "Orange is the New Black". I am also in the middle of watching Deadwood.... Binge watching sure makes the slow night bite go by faster......

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57 minutes ago, rl_sd said:

 

Peaky Blinkers? I've never heard of it - and with a name like that I am afraid to google it at work!

 

The Ranch is awesome. The humor is somewhat dry at times, but it is still funny. Got hooked on it almost as hard as "Orange is the New Black". I am also in the middle of watching Deadwood.... Binge watching sure makes the slow night bite go by faster......

 

Peaky Blinders is about a family crime organization in 1920's England. It's not too bad. We watched about half of Orange is the new Black and gave up. The last good one we watched was Hell on Wheels.

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Peaky is awesome! By far the best show on Netflix, IMO.  Well worth watching.  I HIGHLY suggest watching with Closed Caption On, as the thick English accents are hard to follow at times. 

 

I just started Godless and that seems like it'll be a good one, too. 

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Started to watch the Ranch and it didn't grab me. I'll try it again.

Liked Peaky Blinders I liked.

Marco Polo is good.

Loved Deadwood. Looked to see when season 4 was starting and DUH!

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