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The Big Bang Theory and Friends... lol11
Oh that's easy it's this show Julie and the Phantoms on Netflix I've watched it over 10 times and I feel like I could quote the entire thing just from memory0
Never watched TV enough to follow any series.30
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Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad, The Sopranos, The Wire, The Office, The Simpsons, Seinfeld, The Big Bang Theory, and many more.10
I was thinking big bang theory, but it would be hard to know every word, and there’s another series called limitless that I would know a lot of words to10
Glee 🤣🤣🤣I could tell you anything that happened in that series from any time and from any given moment👌10
Never memorized a tv show series.15
I highly doubt you know EVERY word to the show, unless you have an eidetic memory like sheldon. Stop lying bro1
Big bang theory
Star Trek the original series.10
Blue Bloods, 👮♀️ “COPY THAT”11
Oh, about 40 years ago, I could tell a Star Trek episode from any scene or line of dialog. Who knows? I might still be able to do that except instead of giving the episode title, I might have to say "The one with ____." or "The one in which ________ happened." That sort of thing.
how about the one where doctor mccoy says "He's dead, Jim"
@exitseven Well, the one that always sticks out in my mind is "The Changeling". Nomad just did a core dump of Uhura's mind after she was singing and Scotty tries to come to the rescue, but Nomad zaps him. McCoy says "He's dead, Jim!" and we cut to commercial.
Let me see if I can find that...
Of course, the best part about this scene after we come back from commercial is the discussion between Kirk, Spock, and Nomad about Uhura.
Kirk: "What did you do to her?"
Nomad: "That unit is defective. It's thinking is chaotic. Absorbing it unsettled me."
Spock: "That 'unit' is a woman."
Nomad: "A mass of conflicting impulses."
great dialog. you couldn't have a tv show like that today.
@exitseven From "Elaan of Troyius"
As a refresher, this is the last part of the cold open of that episode.
I am glad to report that France Nuyen is still alive. She and Shatner starred in the play "The World of Suzie Wong" based on the novel. It was later made into a movie.
Wow, that goes back a long time