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I gave up on it slowly in either season 2 or 3...
Can't remember which.
I've been considering going back and giving it another day in court.
Yeah, I think it might be worth it. I’m going to have to go back and watch the last (pandemic) season. The finale had a very cool, very plot-important after-credits scene (don’t know why they stuck it there), and the new episode at least made it seem like the rest will be good, if you can halfway remember what’s happening.
 

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It wouldn’t be so bad if you didn’t have to pay the cable guys $900 just for HBO.
 

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Paramount+ has a $4.99 tier. It’s really not bad, but agree that there’s too many streaming services to have to pay for these days.
 

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If only there’s a way to bundle all these streaming services together and just pay one fee instead of 5 or 6 streaming service
 

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Finally got around to Dr. Strange Multiverse of Madness - it was really good. Actually poignant and managed to tie in (and tie up) quite a few different storylines pretty well.
Yeah I finally caught it over the weekend as well. It was excellent, I thought. Fantastic action scenes and CGI, great writing, and just really visceral. 8.5 or 9/10 for me.

Though not entirely fair to compare a tv show to a movie, seeing this after Kenobi just reminds me how much higher quality MCU productions are, compared to SW. Having overall architects of the universe (Feige bros) probably has a lot to do with it.
 

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The episode wasn’t my favorite but I love this promo.

 

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I’ve watched this scene numerous times. Top 5? Might be.

Best 5 minutes in that entire franchise, but thats a pretty low bar. I get teary eyed from it.

Finally got around to Dr. Strange Multiverse of Madness - it was really good. Actually poignant and managed to tie in (and tie up) quite a few different storylines pretty well.
I had a ball with this. I'm a big Sam Raimi fan going back to watching Evil Dead a million times when I was in high school, and there were tons of Raimi callbacks.
 

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