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Television of the 1990s is acknowledged

Discussion in 'Anything goes' started by Michael_ Gee, Nov 14, 2008.

  1. Michael_ Gee

    Michael_ Gee Well-Known Member

    Just watching the what-was-supposed-to-be-end of "Honicide" on cable and while recognizing it isn't as good as its spinoff series "The Wire," it sure is good TV, especially Andre Braugher and Reed Diamond.
    Both of these excellent actors have disappeared since that episode.
  2. Paper Dragon

    Paper Dragon Member

    honicide: life in the hive
  3. qtlaw

    qtlaw Well-Known Member

    Yaphet Kotto. Just love saying it.

    Great. Ned Beatty. Michael Rappaport (??).
  4. StormSurge

    StormSurge Active Member

    One of my all-time favorite shows. Fantastic stuff.
  5. Buck

    Buck Well-Known Member

    I find Richard Belzer insufferable.
  6. RossLT

    RossLT Guest

    Homicide was amazing, one of the few dramas that I really got into.
  7. Ben_Hecht

    Ben_Hecht Active Member

    Groundbreaking and delightful, until Pembleton had his stroke.

    Got more than a little repetitive, after that. Still, well-worthwhile.

    Baltimore local color worth the price of admission, on its own.
  8. BigSleeper

    BigSleeper Active Member

    Absolute jumping the shark moment right there.
  9. RossLT

    RossLT Guest

    The storyline with Luther Mahoney was amazing.
  10. Ben_Hecht

    Ben_Hecht Active Member

    Very well done.
  11. RossLT

    RossLT Guest

    That was the best TV I had ever seen, then I saw The Wire.
  12. cougargirl

    cougargirl Active Member

    H: LOTS = one of THE BEST shows on network television, ever. If you're a displaced Marylander, you appreciate the show even more.
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