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Creepy Classic Hitch
This episode threw me for a 6, it surprising ending was something I did not see coming and I was totally taken back by it.
One of the best, worth watching and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Agent Carter (2015)
Classic 1940's theme with modern twist
Agent Carter Season 1 started off a bit slow, but with only 8 episodes, ot was an easy watch and as the season progressed, the episodes got better. I am glad I persisted with it and I am n ow ready to watch Season 2. I especially found the last 3 or 4 episodes really entertaining and I binged watched the last 3 episodes.
Definitely worth a look.
Leaving Neverland (2019)
Need to see the whole documentary.
I found this doco compelling and once I started watching it, I had to sit through the whole 2 parts. It confirmed to me what I had always felt was the truth about MJ and his relationship with boys.
Wade's story was a lot more convincing than James, but both left with a feeling of sorrow for them and the experience they went through.
I don't believe that this doco was just a load of BS, I firmly believe the boys and that MJ was a child molester, nothing more nothing less.
The first half centred around the sexual incident where the second half was about the after effect, to hear what happened to each of the boys and the realtionship with their family after they admitted that they were molested is heart breaking.
This is one documentary you have to watch.
If there was one episode of The Simpsons that I had to put in my top 3, this is in that list.
From the first time I saw it, I have loved watching it over and over again. What s great delightful and funny episode, the singing is just great and Barney's line, "bye bye Superman" still cracks me up.
This is one episode of The Simpsons that you have to watch. 10 stars.
The Simpsons: Beyond Blunderdome (1999)
The first episode of Season 11 kicks off with guest Mel Gibson in one of the better celebrity episodes. I found this episode very entertaining and love the way Mel and Homer interacted, all in all a great episode
Homer and Flanders, What Could Be Better
I love it when a episode centres round Homer and Ned, and this one is one of the better ones. This time, it involves Homer and Ned competing Bart against Todd in a mini golf game. Not to spoil the episode, the ending is a classic with Flanders enjoying the result of the game.
Classic Homer and Ned, love it
The Simpsons: Lisa the Greek (1992)
Lisa and Homer - Good To See Together
It's good to see the relationship between Lisa and Homer in this episode. Without spoiling the plot, Lisa and Homer build a solid relationship by watching football togther, and betting on the game. This could have been a Bart and Homer episode, but works well with Liss, (meanwhile Bart is out shopping with Marge).
One of my favourites from Season 3.
The Addams Family: Cat Addams (1966)
Here Kitty Kitty
Another one of my favorite episodes, this time Kitty needs a vet and Marty Ingels is perfectly cast as Dr Gunderson.
Trying to rebuild Gunderson confidence after seeing Kitty Cat, the family get him to treat Itt and Cleopatra which just adds to the humour.
The Start of It All
The only episode of The Simpsons from the 80's, this is our first look at a full length episode of what was to become the longest running animated series in TV history.
The opening sequence does not exist, the animation is pretty rough but what makes this one of my favorites is that the early signs of The Simpsons was there.
Homer's dislike of Patty and Selma, even in this first episode is just classic Simpson.
This episode has a place in the best of the Simpsons as it shows the family in their original format.
Great episode with lots of one liners, plenty of good laughs and Patty/Selma against Homer, what more could you ask for.
The terrible twins at their best here, tormenting Homer like only they can do, but in the end, Homer saves the day and everything is back to normal.
Would put this down as a fav in S6.
The Simpsons: Das Bus (1998)
Lord of The Simpsons
A good episode that sends up the Lord of the Flies novel with the Springfield kids stranded on an island and trying to survive. Lots of reference to the novel and generally one of the better episodes of Season 9
Star Trek: Balance of Terror (1966)
Evenly Matched Captains
I love this episode, a classic Star Trek episode that pits Captain against Captain, introduces the Romulans and makes for a exciting episode.
This is just 2 adversaries against each other, no shirtless Kirk or alien love interest, this is pure Star Trek at it;s best. Mark Lenard is perfectly cast as the Romulan commander and it would have been great to see him come back to face Kirk again if the ending had been different. My only gripe is Yeoman Rand in her dramatic performance with the Captain when they are about to be hit by a Romulan missile, a bit to much to take.
Homer and Ned At Their Best
I love it every time Homer interacts with Ned and to have a whole episode where they have become friends is just brilliant.
There is so many great scenes in this episode that I don't want to spoil it by telling you about them all, but this an episode worth watching and is among my top 10.
The Simpsons: Cape Feare (1993)
Sideshow Bob At His best
Another great episode from Season 5, and with Side Show Bob in it, you can't go wrong. Again, Bob is out to kill Bart and in the process manages to step onto a whole bunch of rakes, sing the entire score of HMS Pinafore and do a send up of classic horror movies such as Bates Motel, Cape Fear and Friday the 13th.
I have this one down in my top 5 listing, great episode and never get sick of it.
Itt Is A Star
Another of my favorite Addams Family episodes, this time we see Cousin Itt taking on a leading role in a play written by Gomez, however before he gets the lead, he has to deal with Fester who has to deal with Lurch, who both want to play the lead.
What I really enjoyed was hearing Itt talk clearly in a deep baritone voice, and quoting Dickens and Shakespeare. Good episode and worth watching.
Star Trek: The Enemy Within (1966)
Kirk and Hyde
Interesting story line which sees a good and evil Kirk on the Enterprise. What I found most disturbing was the attempted rape of Yeoman Rand and how it was just blow off, (pardon the pun) as if woman is the 60's or in this case, 23rd Century just accept it. Spocks comments at the end of the episode was sexist and defiantly in bad taste.
The whole premise of Jekyll and Hyde is shown in this episode, although there is not the murder of rape of women, which would have taken this episode down a darker path.
Not one of the best of Season 1 but an interesting one.
Found this series on Netflix and was totally fascinated by it, especially seeing I am an Australian where we never had any prohibition laws.
To me, Prohibition was something that happened in the 20's and 30's, and included gangsters, mobsters and cops shooting each other and stealing their liquor, however the characters that lead up to Prohibition in the late 1800's and early 1900's are fascinating.
I found this series to be another great documentary and I recommend it, 8/10
The Simpsons: Lemon of Troy (1995)
To The Lemon Tree
Great episode, allowing us to see a bit more of Shelbyville and the people that live there. Some great one liners, good back story and all in all, one of the better Season 6 episodes.
The Simpsons: Girly Edition (1998)
I'm Bart Simpson
One of my favorites from Season 9, this episode sees Bart and Lisa anchor a kids TV news channel, and when the rivalry between Bart and Lisa escalates, this episode really starts to shine.
To add this competition, Homer gets a helper monkey, a recipe for disaster that works really well.
Many funny scenes here, like Nelson taking over the desk and doing the fart trick with his hand under his arm, and Bart telling a sappy story and finishing with "I'm Bart Simpson"..
All in all, one of the better S9 episodes.
Star Trek: The Cage (1966)
A Classic For It's Time
The Cage was for its time, a ground breaking episode, and it did pave the way for the best sci-fi TV series ever created.
Jeffrey Hunter was a interesting Captain, but history now shows that the right man was chosen to be the Captain for the series run, and to imagine anyone but Bill Shatner playing Kirk is for me, something I cannot fathom.
It did show the egoistical male of the 60's with some of the comments made in the episode, the Talons were not beyond believing as far as a alien race went, and the the storyline, although nothing great, did hold my attention for 60 minutes or so.
The Simposns In Other Shows
I loved this episode, the send up of the Simpsons in different spin-offs was really well done. Chief Wiggum in a Magnum PI style episode was very funny, the Simpsons doing the Variety Show (a bit like the Brady Bunch) and Grampa in a Love Machine helping Moe, almost a remake of My Mother The Car.
This is one story that had the potential to be re-hashed in later Seasons in different situations. Great episode, really enjoyed it, in my top 20 list.
The Simpsons: You Only Move Twice (1996)
"Could You Kill Someone On Your Way Out, It's Be A Big Help"
Without doubt, this rates in my top 3 Simpsons episodes. Hank Scorpio is a great character and the episode so so well written. There are so many funny lines and scenes in it, I can just watch it over and over again.
I especially love when The Simpsons are leaving Springfield and the town folks say good bye to them in all sorts of different ways, but the real character in this episode is without doubt Hank Scorpio, the best boss ever.
The Addams Race Is On
One of the better episodes of Season 1, this sees the Addams Family pick 10 winners of 10 horse racers and end up with a winning of millions of dollars. The entertaining part is the stress of Ralph Hulen who doesn't put the bets on for them. Uncle Fester comes up with his classic line, "shoot him in the back" one of my favorite gags from the series.
All in all, a great episode.
The Simpsons: King Size Homer (1995)
Homer The Great Lard
Love this episode, one of my favourites from Season 7. I remember how much I laughed when I first saw it back in 95.
Mr Burns taking a fitness class seems a bit out of whack, but it does make up for a good episode. Love how Homer procrastinates at home, using the free sample of fabric softer, and getting the toy to press the Y button.
Of course, the classic line, "which is the any key", always make me laugh.
Great episode and one of my top 10 favourites
The Simpsons: Bart Sells His Soul (1995)
Sold My Soul To Rock'n'Roll
Love this episode, my favourite so far from Season 7, (except WSMB part 2).
The prank Bart pulls at the beginning of the episode at the church is priceless, and the relationship between Lisa and Bart again shows they will fight like brother and sister, but in the end, they really do love each other. One of my top 20 episodes.