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Old 12-21-2012, 03:27 PM   #26
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Old 12-21-2012, 03:40 PM   #27
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Old 12-21-2012, 10:33 PM   #29
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Spoilers don't bother me- there's usually only a couple of ways things can go in a film or show, and if it's a program I really like, it just makes me more eager to see the actual show.

1. She's a man.
2. It was Earth all along.
3. All these.
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I've always felt that spoilers aren't a big deal really. They've never really bothered me because it can't really change the fact that it's still entertaining. I mean, people reread their favorite book knowing the general ending, there will always be little details that make it worth it regardless.
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"3. Maude had an abortion"
You know, my favorite part of this thread is just the idea of you, maybe in the midst of some extended stay-cation, with not too much else on TV but a good ole' episode of Maude to kick-back and relax to. And not only your knowing of Maude; but, and quite fairly-I think so, deeming it worthy amongst these other great television programs & movies you've taken the care to mention along with it. Man, so much to sincerely appreciate about that well-crafted show, the soulful theme, totally self-less character-actors (willing to sacrifice themselves to type-casting), and, of course, controversy that's topical even today.

Way, way, ahead of it's time. So much so, it just takes me back, back to before (when still in school) mid-day group screenings of then old-episodes of the Golden Girls shown in syndication on the campus-wide cable network, as some sort of half-baked hipsterism. Back-even to musty old VHS tapes...lazily miscategorized into the “adult” section of a used-book store/consignment. Stoner-television? More like found-art, if you ask me...Maude, indeed; 4LIFE!
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Old 12-23-2012, 11:49 AM   #36
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You know, my favorite part of this thread is just the idea of you, maybe in the midst of some extended stay-cation, with not too much else on TV but a good ole' episode of Maude to kick-back and relax to. And not only your knowing of Maude; but, and quite fairly-I think so, deeming it worthy amongst these other great television programs & movies you've taken the care to mention along with it. Man, so much to sincerely appreciate about that well-crafted show, the soulful theme, totally self-less character-actors (willing to sacrifice themselves to type-casting), and, of course, controversy that's topical even today.

Way, way, ahead of it's time. So much so, it just takes me back, back to before (when still in school) mid-day group screenings of then old-episodes of the Golden Girls shown in syndication on the campus-wide cable network, as some sort of half-baked hipsterism. Back-even to musty old VHS tapes...lazily miscategorized into the “adult” section of a used-book store/consignment. Stoner-television? More like found-art, if you ask me...Maude, indeed; 4LIFE!
In all honesty, it just shows my age as Maude was still in the syndication rotation when I was a kid and I even remember some first run episodes from when I was really young. And that as a young kid I watched way too much TV after school while my parents were still at work. That and my pop culture references are heavily dated to pre 1992 which is about the time I pretty much abandoned TV for the most part.

I will agree though that the sitcoms themselves were much better in the 70's. They were creative and well written and they didn't go for the lowest common denominator yucks. They also for the most part were socially relevant as well. See Maude, All In The Family, Sanford & Son et. al.
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