buy kamagra usa buy stromectol online kaufen cialis buy antibiotics online Online Pharmacy vermectin apotheke buy stromectol europe buy zithromax online levitra usa buy doxycycline online stromectol apotheke deutschland doxycycline buy ivermectin online buy amoxil online

Deadwood and Other Big and Small Screen Stuff

:: The third episode of the 5th season of The Sopranos tonight was a good one (but no Lorraine Bracco for the second week in a row, and no Edie Falco in this one either). I also watched the debut episode of David Milch’s new western series, Deadwood, based on the mid-1870s history of the real town in South Dakota. Deadwood’s local magazine, called, oddly enough, Deadwood Magazine, has a feature on the new series in the Mar-Apr 2004 web edition. The HBO website has a page called “The Real Deadwood“, which gives more background about and history of the town in South Dakota.

David Milch has been around for a while, having worked on Hill Street Blues in the 80s, and co-created NYPD Blue. He also co-created one of my favorite series of the past few years, The Big Apple, set in an NYC FBI office. The series only lasted a few episodes.

If you saw the first episode, you may have been caught off guard by the language – needless to say, the profanity spews forth with such rapidity and volume that I thought for a moment I was watching Oz. But Milch insists this is how the residents of Deadwood spoke of and to each other in 1876.

:: Saw four movies this weekend: The Corporation, Dawn of the Dead, Once Upon a Time in Mexico, and Spartan.

:: I’ve been working on changing a few eating habits. I discovered recently that I enjoy snow peas, which are selling at a low price at the local grocery stores. Mixed together with grape tomatoes and low-fat mozarella cheese, it’s healthy and tasty.

2 Responses to “Deadwood and Other Big and Small Screen Stuff”

  1. cindi Says:

    There was a really interesting review of Deadwood on Fresh Air the other day. I was intrigued, but not enough to subscribe to HBO. I’ll wait for the DVD, thanks.

  2. randy Says:

    Thanks, Cindi. I’m listening to it right now!

Leave a Reply