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  # 1810392 2-Jul-2017 12:25
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Geektastic:
ilovemusic: ^^^ agreed, it is a comic book after all.

although it does appear the producers may be overcompensating a little in their response that s01 was a bit slow.

hope they don't run out of steam as there's 13 episodes this year compared to last year's 10.


What channel is it on?


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I'm part way through a series on Neon called 'Quarry'. Absolutely brilliant IMO - great story and acting - best series I've seen in quite a while (and that includes the latest series of Better Call Saul and Fargo that we finished watching recently).

 

It's set in Tennessee but several of the main roles are actually played by Brits - which has become a bit of a fad recently.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1815881 8-Jul-2017 14:42
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Geektastic:

 

Swift & Shift

 

 

 

An hilarious Australian comedy set in a courier depot. SWMBO and I were rolling around crying with laughter. Genius.

 

 

 

 

@Geektastic. Where seen would be helpful.


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  # 1815886 8-Jul-2017 15:06
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eracode:

Geektastic:


Swift & Shift


 


An hilarious Australian comedy set in a courier depot. SWMBO and I were rolling around crying with laughter. Genius.



 


@Geektastic. Where seen would be helpful.



Sorry. On Netflix.





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  # 1819255 10-Jul-2017 23:09
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eracode:

 

I'm part way through a series on Neon called 'Quarry'. Absolutely brilliant IMO - great story and acting - best series I've seen in quite a while (and that includes the latest series of Better Call Saul and Fargo that we finished watching recently).

 

It's set in Tennessee but several of the main roles are actually played by Brits - which has become a bit of a fad recently.

 

 

 

 

I loved the show....sad to see its been cancelled


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  # 1819316 11-Jul-2017 07:42
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blakamin:

Geektastic:


Swift & Shift


 


An hilarious Australian comedy set in a courier depot. SWMBO and I were rolling around crying with laughter. Genius.



@Geektastic


Jeez, that's an old one. 


 


Paul Fenech also did a show about bogans with the same crew. "Housos".


You'll cringe. :D


 


Housos and shift and swift are both hilarious series by the same crew.
The most 'aussie' stuff you will ever see and the word 'frenetic' only goes part way to describe the chaos. Wouldn't recommend to many people, but if you liked swift and shift then housos will appeal.
Was also an older series called fat pizza with a lot of the same crew. Had a young rebel Wilson in it way before she was famous.




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  # 1821581 13-Jul-2017 01:05
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blakamin:

 

Geektastic:

 

 

 

Swift & Shift

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

An hilarious Australian comedy set in a courier depot. SWMBO and I were rolling around crying with laughter. Genius.

 

 

 

 

 

 

@Geektastic

 

 

 

Jeez, that's an old one. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paul Fenech also did a show about bogans with the same crew. "Housos".

 

 

 

You'll cringe. :D

 

 

 

 

 


Housos and shift and swift are both hilarious series by the same crew.
The most 'aussie' stuff you will ever see and the word 'frenetic' only goes part way to describe the chaos. Wouldn't recommend to many people, but if you liked swift and shift then housos will appeal.
Was also an older series called fat pizza with a lot of the same crew. Had a young rebel Wilson in it way before she was famous.

 

 

 

I watched the movie length Housos. Scary stuff - could be the Hutt! surprised

 

 






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  # 1821582 13-Jul-2017 01:07
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Just watched Jack Irish on Netflix.

 

Surprisingly good. Also, who doesn't love a Studebaker?

 

Some quite fun characters, too.






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  # 1825255 19-Jul-2017 14:31
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Just binge watched the first series of Animal Kingdom. Enjoyed it a lot....not for the children tho.


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  # 1825326 19-Jul-2017 15:27
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Just started watching Bosch. Not bad. I'm only part way through my first Bosch book so nothing is ruined for me yet.





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  # 1825334 19-Jul-2017 15:33
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I have to download the third season and finish watching it - got my attention diverted to something else but this is in the queue now.





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  # 1825342 19-Jul-2017 15:58
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Geektastic:

 

Just watched Jack Irish on Netflix.

 

Surprisingly good. Also, who doesn't love a Studebaker?

 

Some quite fun characters, too.

 

 

We watched Jack Irish (the series) the weekend before last and enjoyed it.

 

There are also three 90-minute features on Netflix (all made before the series). In order they are:

 

Bad Debts

 

Black Tide

 

Dead Point

 

All worth watching as well.


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trig42:

 

Geektastic:

 

Just watched Jack Irish on Netflix.

 

Surprisingly good. Also, who doesn't love a Studebaker?

 

Some quite fun characters, too.

 

 

We watched Jack Irish (the series) the weekend before last and enjoyed it.

 

There are also three 90-minute features on Netflix (all made before the series). In order they are:

 

Bad Debts

 

Black Tide

 

Dead Point

 

All worth watching as well.

 

 

 

 

Yes, we watched all of them. It was really good - they should have made more. Much better than a lot of the tat that gets made into more series than one..!

 

 

 

Just watching a great series set in Ireland that is broadly similar in some aspects at least, called Jack Taylor. Very good - only one series, again.

 

 

 

Edit - actually there are 3 series but for some reason Netflix displays it as one series.






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  # 1825991 20-Jul-2017 16:24
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freitasm:

 

I have to download the third season and finish watching it - got my attention diverted to something else but this is in the queue now.

 

 

 

 

I was hoping to stream that and cast it to my TV from my phone but that isn't possible as far as I can tell.

 

The Amazon Prime app does not support Chromecast, rather unhelpfully.

 

 

 

I'm trying to work out a way of doing from my Mac now. Maybe I need to borrow someone's child to deal with it!!






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Ozark on Netflix.

Just finished the first season and really enjoyed it.

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