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jazz lady

~*~ Cluck Club ~*~
PREMO Member
Agreed. But there were a few following celebrity chefs that more so felt like a show about the chef and their celebrity friends than it was about the food. The Chef Show was cute, but breakfast, lunch, and dinner was just chefs walking around cities eating food I've seen on other shows before and talking about a lot of weed 🤔
Yes, I don't like those shows and I am done with cooking competitions, too. :dead:

Watched the next two shows in the Cooked series on water and fire last night. Loved the part about the consequences of eating highly processed food. The whole thing is most excellent! :yay:
 

lucky_bee

RBF expert
PREMO Member
Yes, I don't like those shows and I am done with cooking competitions, too. :dead:

Watched the next two shows in the Cooked series on water and fire last night. Loved the part about the consequences of eating highly processed food. The whole thing is most excellent! :yay:
the ONLY cooking competition I'm into is the Great British Baking Show 🤓 but it's for amateur bakers, so it feels way more genuine than most other competition shows. And my stepson, for whatever reason, loves it so I look forward to viewing it together.
 

jazz lady

~*~ Cluck Club ~*~
PREMO Member
Watched 'The Irishman' on Netflix over the holiday weekend with my sister. Well, I watch it all and she bailed halfway through, but she finished it this afternoon. :lol: Very good movie about a hitman's rise in the mob and his possible involvement with Jimmy Hoffa's disappearance. Four out of five stars, but plan accordingly as it is about three and a half hours long.
 

glhs837

Power with Control
It's amazing just HOW MANY PEOPLE are familiar with "baby Yoda" (for the record - in this timeline, Yoda has been dead for years) but have no idea where it comes from.

Just finished up Two Sentence Horror Stories, and started Carnival Row.

And I think Baby Yoda might be 2020s Lady and Cat as the most memeworthy images.
 

SamSpade

Well-Known Member
Just finished up Two Sentence Horror Stories, and started Carnival Row.

And I think Baby Yoda might be 2020s Lady and Cat as the most memeworthy images.
I was disappointed in "Two Sentence". I actually found the two sentences more entertaining than the show.
Since it was horror, I knew that unlike the Twilight Zone, it would almost always end with the good guy losing.
But sometimes the story just wasn't fun to watch.

I'm hoping "the child" isn't the centerpiece of the rest of the series. The Mandalorian was fun to watch, but most of it was "protect the child - and occasionally, he'd save your ass".
 

Bann

Doris Day meets Lady Gaga
PREMO Member
:yeahthat: Watched it Friday and it was a heck of a story. Just proves when you think you are anonymous in cyberspace, there are enough clues left behind that you will be found. And there are a bunch of crazy mother****ers out there.
So true.

I'll have to take a look at that show. :yay:
 

jazz lady

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PREMO Member
Watching 'Dolemite Is My Name' with Eddie Murphy right now. VERY entertaining and Eddie at his finest. But not your movie if you are easily offended as there is lots of cussing and nudity, but it is hilarious!
 
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