Seriously, I don't know what they are watching or if they need a "stickectomy" but Star Trek: Disc is awesome. I imagine it was how it was always supposed to be; the story lines are great (some really good twists and turns in there), the graphics are amazing, the cast is brilliant! Of course it sends some bad messages (new world order, you know), but i think that we have the mind to seperate the show from all that
Almost had 2 stop watching 27 minutes in: song gets on your nerves when the 80% of the lyrics keeps repeating itself over & over past 2 minutes "Are you alright" , my answer would B __ NO. Song is 5:13 minutes long repeating the phrase 22 times. Sung by Lucinda Williams
Supernatural... yo.. could you stop whining? sure i am asking the same question... but i think you forget that REAL people act this.... i am betting that memorizing simple drama lines was hard for you in school. This is 13 SERIES AND MAYBE EVEN MORE. what you would do cant even compare to these guys' efforts.. so seriously... stop whining..
i think it shows that if your closed minded your not going to expect anything suprising
ER,…. get two brains or a bigger one, this season has been the simplest so far….
Year : 2015
Episode Runtime: 45
First Aired: February 8, 2015
Status : Ended
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A groundbreaking six-part documentary directed and produced by Andrew Jarecki and produced and shot by Marc Smerling (the Oscar nominees behind "Capturing the Friedmans") delves into the strange history of real estate heir Robert Durst, long suspected in the still-unsolved 1982 disappearance of his wife as well as the subsequent murders of family friend Susan Berman and neighbor Morris Black. It features an extended, revealing interview with Durst himself, with whom Jarecki developed a unique relationship following the release of "All Good Things," Jarecki's 2010 feature about Durst's life starring Ryan Gosling and Kirsten Dunst. "The Jinx" results from nearly a decade of research by the filmmakers, who expose police files, key witnesses, never-before-seen footage, private prison recordings, and thousands of pages of hidden documents