CALLING ON HOME SEWERS TO HELP HEALTHCARE WORKERS FIGHTING COVID-19
The lack of proper masks, gowns, and eyewear equipment is making it difficult for health workers to do their work fighting the novel coronavirus. In a recent New York Times article, medical workers said they were worried about how they can both fight the coronavirus without imperiling themselves, as well as their loved ones when they go back home.
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I saw it had both Diego Luna and Scoot McNairy (two actors I’ll watch in just about anything) but I couldn’t make it through the first episode. It’s just more of the same. I’m yearning for Netflix to make a different kind of show.Then the Mexican [Narcos] started and i just didn't care.
Ah, thanks for reminding me about that one. I’ve got to finish the later seasons.Scoot McNairy is always excellent.
I think I might watch Halt and Catch Fire at some point.
Season one is great. Season two is...very different. Less legal drama, more drama (although the rotten tomatoes score is actually higher).GOLIATH on Amazon Prime binged it this past couple of nights, two episodes in season one to go.
Burnt out Jedi lawyer Billy McBride takes on the Dark Empire as personified by John Hurt who plays the evil emperor and McBrides nemesis Donald Cooperman. Corruption greed and evil arms dealers, the good whore whose puppies are straining to get out of the kennel, dish licking. An evil Sith DEA informant.
This is good this is very good. Its well acted drama delivered by an excellent ensemble cast. The story develops at pace and its dark as hell it self. Watch it you should.
Better Call Saul does a better job hitting the themes of Breaking Bad than Breaking Bad did. It’s so underrated.I saw it had both Diego Luna and Scoot McNairy (two actors I’ll watch in just about anything) but I couldn’t make it through the first episode. It’s just more of the same. I’m yearning for Netflix to make a different kind of show.
In other news, I caught seasons 3-4 of Better Call Saul recently. If you’ve only seen the first season or two, you’ll definitely want to finish it. Long stretches of Mike/Fring/Salamanca plot lines make it indistinguishable from Breaking Bad. (Not that the bits with Bob Odenkirk are bad, it was just a pleasant surprise).