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Yep, Cobra Kai was great. The flashbacks to the original were nice.

 

Season 2 of Dear White People also dropped on May 4.

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Next week the broadcoast networks announce their Fall Schedules. Probably, even more reboots and revivals.  Hopefully, some good new shows. I am expecting several of shows I watch, to get the ax next week. :(

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More good news, 70 more episodes of Rick and Morty. Wubba lubba dub dub!

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On ‎5‎/‎8‎/‎2018 at 12:48 PM, Spaceman Spiff said:

Never saw the first season.  Might check it out, that is an intense trailer.

 

 


First season was pretty intense as well.  One of the best Netflix original series, IMO.  Highly recommend. 
 


 

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So I was thinking about the final scene of Cobra Kai S1 again in my head and thought about this being a possibility.....(spoiler tag will be used for obvious reasons)

 

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Is it possible that John Kreese showing up was all in Johnny's head? The reason I think this is a possibility is because Johnny mentioned in an earlier episode that he was dead and it wasn't in a "I don't know what happened" or "he's dead to me" sort of way. It felt like he was making a matter of fact statement that the person was deceased.  Maybe now that Cobra Kai has been rebuilt and has experienced some success, John Kreese showing up is a representation of Johnny's continuing demons on how best to proceed with his students and the way he should be teaching.

 

Thoughts?

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Just now, NoCalMike said:

So I was thinking about the final scene of Cobra Kai S1 again in my head and thought about this being a possibility.....(spoiler tag will be used for obvious reasons)

 

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Is it possible that John Kreese showing up was all in Johnny's head? The reason I think this is a possibility is because Johnny mentioned in an earlier episode that he was dead and it wasn't in a "I don't know what happened" or "he's dead to me" sort of way. It felt like he was making a matter of fact statement that the person was deceased.  Maybe now that Cobra Kai has been rebuilt and has experienced some success, John Kreese showing up is a representation of Johnny's continuing demons on how best to proceed with his students and the way he should be teaching.

 

Thoughts?


 

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I don't think he was physically dead.  But maybe he was told that by someone.......perhaps Terry Silver (from Part 3) since he helped Kreese out and lied about him being dead once (to Daniel and Miyagi) only to reveal towards the end that Kreese was alive and well.  I read a rumor that Miguel's dad could be Terry Silver.  One thing I forgot about was that in the third movie when they return to LA, the South Seas apartment complex was being demolished, however, in Cobra Kai Daniel and Johnny went by there and Daniel was remembering how the pool was all nasty etc.  


 

 

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Yeah I still havent recovered from them axing Dark Matter. Guess they just dont like good television 

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Just now, The Evil Genius said:

Expanse is being shipped to other networks. I thibk it would be a good fit on either CW or Starz.

 

I think it would be a better fit on Starz, they would have more flexibility than on network television.  Could CW even fit another show in the schedule :806:  Seems like they are filled up with shows.

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I cant believe how much I enjoyed Cobra Kai.  I started watching it as a nostalgic goof.  But it was alot of fun!

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Does Hulu stagger the release of episodes for new seasons?!  We zipped through Season 1 of Handmaid's Tale, and were sailing through Season 2 and boom -- hit a wall.  ****.  :(  I guess they're not like Netflix to where all episodes are available when it's released?

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Yep chew, they are weekly on Hulu until the whole season is shown.

 

I only mentioned CW picking it up (but forgot to say if another show fails, Taze). They've added Sunday nights to their broadcast starting this fall so they do have more slots. And like SyFy, a lot of the CW shows still shoot in and around Vancouver.

 

 

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Btw, the reason for SyFy dropping it wasn't because of viewership. It had to do with some odd deal they had where they only got money from first run linear showings. They didn't get anything for streamed, rerun, or timeshifted (DVR) watching.

 

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....and Lucifer was just just cancelled by Fox. **** me.

 

Speaking of CW...😁 🤞

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I just got through the 5th episode of season 3 breaking bad ... lol I am soooooo far behind in tv show watching. I get 1-3 hours a night and its mostly sports or adult swim. 

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1 hour ago, The Evil Genius said:

....and Lucifer was just just cancelled by Fox. **** me.

 

Speaking of CW...😁 🤞

Damn you Fox.  

 

CW is adding Sundays in the Fall, they have room now.  

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12 hours ago, The Evil Genius said:

Expanse is being shipped to other networks. I thibk it would be a good fit on either CW or Starz.

Or Netflix. 

 

I swear Fox & SciFi cancel the good shows & extend the crap ones. 

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The kudos for Cobra Kai here are not misplaced.  That's a good show.  Perfect combination of nostalgia, humor and pretty good acting chops. 

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My shows are getting canceled left and right.  So far, looking at the preliminary potential fall shows; there's little that interests me.  CW renewed IZombie and picked up the Charmed reboot and Roswell, New Mexico.   It's based on the same books that Roswell was, but it's not a reboot of that show.

 

I would love to see TV series sequel to a good movie, like they did with Karate Kid and Cobra Kai.

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