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Sorry if I caused confusion. I can see how the use of serialized could be read that way. I simply meant that it was largely a series of standalone episodes with only a tenuous connection between episodes. I think you could virtually eliminate half the episodes (at least) and still have the full story. It reminded me of X Files in that some episodes were a standalone story-of-the-week and some were telling the larger story. I’d be happier if they did away with the story-of-the-week episodes for future seasons.
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It's been enjoyable enough, TomH1138 .  I wouldn't retroactively put myself in that crowd going nuts at the announcement of the seventh season just yet, but I don't dislike the show.  It's watchable.  I'll be returning to it any time I resub for Plus, and eventually I might become a proper fan.
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(01-22-2020, 06:12 PM)Nic Wrote: Thought this was rather apt for our happy little website.
Disney seem to have copyright claimed it :/
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The YouTube algorithm just kicked this up, from around the time of Solo's release. That's some seriously high production value (plus Abrams cameo!) for a cut sketch... and it's not even half bad! I mean, it's no classic, but I've seen much lamer from the SNL channel lately. Confused



Also, the first great life-size Baby Yoda replica is here (to pre-order). Looks great, but for $350, the lack of any articulation, even for the arms (where the socket would be covered by fabric anyway!), is disappointing.

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(01-30-2020, 04:48 PM)Gaith Wrote: The YouTube algorithm just kicked this up, from around the time of Solo's release. That's some seriously high production value (plus Abrams cameo!) for a cut sketch... and it's not even half bad! I mean, it's no classic, but I've seen much lamer from the SNL channel lately. Confused

Oof. If thats a good recent skit, I would hate to see a bad one. It might have had some goofy charm if it was actually... live.
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Concur.  I bailed after about 90 seconds.
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There are indeed many far worse recent SNL sketches, but it's not really a particularly good one, either. As far as recent SNL sketches go, this one is probably about as good as it gets:



But back on topic, test footage from the scrapped 2010 Star Wars television series "Underworld" has been released.

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Always enjoyed these.
"Everything ends and it's always sad.  But everything begins again too and that's always happy.  Be happy." ~ The Doctor
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(01-24-2020, 10:05 AM)Moe_Syzlak Wrote: Sorry if I caused confusion. I can see how the use of serialized could be read that way. I simply meant that it was largely a series of standalone episodes with only a tenuous connection between episodes. I think you could virtually eliminate half the episodes (at least) and still have the full story. It reminded me of X Files in that some episodes were a standalone story-of-the-week and some were telling the larger story. I’d be happier if they did away with the story-of-the-week episodes for future seasons.

Ah, I see better what you mean now. Thanks for explaining!  Smile Also, sorry if I added to the confusion.
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