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    Re: Covid and TV shows

    I thought it was interesting that the players on Australia (?) Big Brother were going to be told live about this because they're completely cut off from the real world while playing. So imagine them going in maybe without any or barely any thoughts about a virus and to find out now it's had this huge impact. That would have to be surreal.

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    Re: Covid and TV shows

    Quote Originally Posted by Helix View Post
    I still have a ****load of Better Call Saul left and little time to watch, so I'm probably good on that front. As for the rest, if you're bored, I can recommend some great podcasts that will take you from now until like November.
    We've been watching PBS Passport. Binging on Father Brown, Doc Martin and, our favorite, Unforgotten.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rexedgar View Post
    All will be required to sacrifice, read a book!
    I donated about 100 books to my local library's used book sale in November. I support our library but now feel uneasy about borrowing books now. I have a Kindle but still love the feel of a book in my hands. So, I'm re-reading my Pat Conroy's and then Lee Smith.

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