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I began watching Season One of "Orange Is the New Black," because I'm so culturally deficient that I'm clueless when it comes to certain popular things - I'm currently on Episode 3. I like this series very much, and I'm glad I'm watching it. Has anyone seen (and remember) the early episodes of Season One? In particular, "I Wasn't Ready," "Tit Punch," and "Lesbian Request Denied" (episodes 1-3). Not sure how far I'll make it through the series (I just watched SE1 EP1 of "The Andy Griffith Show," for Pete's sake), but it's been a fun ride so far.
For those who just can't get enough of "The Walking Dead," there's "Fear the Walking Dead" - a spin-off series which takes place just as the apocalypse is beginning to happen, featuring an entirely different cast, and completely different storyline (except, of course, for the Zombie Apocalypse as the common link between the two series). So far, I've only watched the pilot episode of Fear the Walking Dead, and if you're looking for the same type of thrills, look elsewhere: From what little I can tell, this series is very tame in comparison, and will not leave the bottom of your jaw scraping the ground. I'm not saying it's Walt Disney; merely that it's not as over-the-top gruesome as the original series - at least, not yet. The primary reason I'm posting this is because the second half of season two debuts tonight, Sunday, August 21, 2016, and it's on *right now*! And considering that tonight's episode is titled "Grotesque," you may want to push aside that Walt Disney comment - the only other thing I know that's called "Grotesque" is a Japanese torture-porn / splatter / exploitation movie which you do *not* want to know about, trust me, and no, I have not seen it, nor will I ever. Here's the schedule from AMC. You have to sign in to watch full episodes; Season One (six episodes) is available for purchase on Amazon Prime for $9.99. If I watch the entire season - a dicey proposition - I will post my usual summaries with one picture that best-defines each episode, the director(s), and the writer(s), just like I did with "The Walking Dead" here; until then, please chime in if you're watching it - and please mark your posts with spoiler alerts if they contain spoilers. I will also be linking heavily to walkingdead.wikia.com, as it's the best Walking Dead website out there *by far*, in terms of researching the basic facts. Enjoy your dinner! Rocks