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The book is a classic, hopefully they do it justice.

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I loved the mini series back in the day.watched it several times. Ol Richard Chamberlain was the uncrowned king of the MS back then, lol
 

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Looking forward to this.
 

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The 80's mini-series was an annual ritual in my house because my mother absolutely loved the thing and everything Richard Chamberlain. Personally, I am looking forward to this modern take.
 
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The 80's mini-series was an annual ritual in my house because my mother absolutely loved the the thing. Personally, I am looking forward to this modern take.
I learned all the Japanese I know watching Anjin san and Toronaga sama
 

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okay guys. Unless you like shouting fudge fudge fuuuuckk!! at your TV
wait until this series is complete before you watch... it is excellent. very good binge...and I am so damn bummed I have to wait a damn week for the next episode.

gotta admit, at first I wasnt feeling this guy as Anjin san... but he blended into the role by the end of episode 1 and owned it by the end of episode 2
 

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I wanted to start to watch this tonight but I was at an event and met Chris Martin of Martin Guitars.
 

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Terrific. Glad I watched a documentary on this period in the last twig wars. Gives me a lot of context.
 

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Lol. Weird autocorrect for “two years.” But yeah, you don’t recall the twig wars?!?
haha! I put it into Google, as you do before you post a WTF in case you're out of touch, and got twi'lek.

But now that you mention it, I remember those wars well. The forest will never be the same.
 

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Watched the first episode last night and it was amazing. That was intense enough that I wanted to a break before e2 so I'll do it tonight. I don't think I could bring this series back to back at once.
 

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One scene that was in the original was this old manhandling Blackthorn ass to make him take a bath. That wasn’t in this but it was a great scene in the original. A small thing though because this is great so far.
 

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