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Post by peeptoad »

This made me laugh out loud esp. the blurb on Beaker. The Muppets friggin rock.

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Post by Armoreska »

I have watched the Good place. Yay me.
Thanks to mostly this video
Added it to my top 30 favorite series.
Page 37 here was when MS discussed it here.

What other non-animated series are pretty progressive?
he or A. or Armo or any

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Post by beasterne »

Honestly Brooklyn 99 is pretty progressive. The cast is very diverse and the character arcs develop the characters nicely as well. Of course, you need to enjoy Andy Samberg’s humor to want to watch this one (fortunately I find him pretty funny most of the time).
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Post by Pretentious Hipster »

Just saw the first episode of The Outer Limits. I think Twilight Zone has some competition.
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Post by brokenface »

Pretentious Hipster wrote: April 16th, 2021, 1:04 am Just saw the first episode of The Outer Limits. I think Twilight Zone has some competition.
Hope Rod Serling can handle it when he finds out :blink:
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