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 Post subject: Re: TV: Homicide: Life on the Street
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 Post subject: Re: TV: Homicide: Life on the Street
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 Post subject: Re: TV: Homicide: Life on the Street
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and for those somewhat interested, it looks like all of season 1 has popped up on Youtube.


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 Post subject: Re: TV: Homicide: Life on the Street
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I bet stip would appreciate Homicide.


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 Post subject: Re: TV: Homicide: Life on the Street
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This show sucks.


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 Post subject: Re: TV: Homicide: Life on the Street
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I Hail Randy Moss wrote:
This show sucks.

Why would you be like that?


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 Post subject: Re: TV: Homicide: Life on the Street
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Skitch Patterson wrote:
I Hail Randy Moss wrote:
This show sucks.

Why would you be like that?


Sorry.

I actually once viewed an episode in an Intro to Television course.


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 Post subject: Re: TV: Homicide: Life on the Street
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I Hail Randy Moss wrote:
Skitch Patterson wrote:
I Hail Randy Moss wrote:
This show sucks.

Why would you be like that?


Sorry.

I actually once viewed an episode in an Intro to Television course.



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 Post subject: Re: TV: Homicide: Life on the Street
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Skitch Patterson wrote:
I Hail Randy Moss wrote:
Skitch Patterson wrote:
I Hail Randy Moss wrote:
This show sucks.

Why would you be like that?


Sorry.

I actually once viewed an episode in an Intro to Television course.



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Yeah.


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 Post subject: Re: TV: Homicide: Life on the Street
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Skitch Patterson wrote:


Loved that scene.


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 Post subject: Re: TV: Homicide: Life on the Street
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Skitch Patterson wrote:


Though this might be the best scene in the entire run of the show.


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mick7184 wrote:
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Loved that scene.



Me too. Meldrick at his absolute best. Such an underrated part of the show.


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Lewis was a great character. He could be very funny, but he wasnt a token comedy character like Munch was either. He had lots of serious stuff that was really good too.


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mick7184 wrote:
Lewis was a great character. He could be very funny, but he wasnt a token comedy character like Munch was either. He had lots of serious stuff that was really good too.


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 Post subject: Re: TV: Homicide: Life on the Street
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Never watched when aired, but enjoying this show on disc. I was bummed when Jon Polito didn't show up on season 3's opening credits. Apparently, NBC wanted to "pretty" the show up. Casting changes beside, this show is incredibly addicting.


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 Post subject: Re: TV: Homicide: Life on the Street
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Never watched when aired, but enjoying this show on disc. I was bummed when Jon Polito didn't show up on season 3's opening credits. Apparently, NBC wanted to "pretty" the show up. Casting changes beside, this show is incredibly addicting.



HOW DID I MISS THIS.
Welcome!

Since this posting have you gotten to the episode that deals with his departure?


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 Post subject: Re: TV: Homicide: Life on the Street
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Skitch Patterson wrote:
4-bagger wrote:
Never watched when aired, but enjoying this show on disc. I was bummed when Jon Polito didn't show up on season 3's opening credits. Apparently, NBC wanted to "pretty" the show up. Casting changes beside, this show is incredibly addicting.



HOW DID I MISS THIS.
Welcome!

Since this posting have you gotten to the episode that deals with his departure?


Half way thru season 3. I like how the writers kept Crosetti a viable character for the first half of the season. The "honor guard" scene was as moving as anything I've seen on the small screen. By today's standard, it's hard to believe there was ever a dramatic show of this quality on network television.


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 Post subject: Re: TV: Homicide: Life on the Street
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4-bagger wrote:
Skitch Patterson wrote:
4-bagger wrote:
Never watched when aired, but enjoying this show on disc. I was bummed when Jon Polito didn't show up on season 3's opening credits. Apparently, NBC wanted to "pretty" the show up. Casting changes beside, this show is incredibly addicting.



HOW DID I MISS THIS.
Welcome!

Since this posting have you gotten to the episode that deals with his departure?


Half way thru season 3. I like how the writers kept Crosetti a viable character for the first half of the season. The "honor guard" scene was as moving as anything I've seen on the small screen. By today's standard, it's hard to believe there was ever a dramatic show of this quality on network television.



Yep, thats the scene Im taking about. I'm glad to see someone else enjoying it.


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 Post subject: Re: TV: Homicide: Life on the Street
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I love when spambot threads get deleted. It's like a free bump


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 Post subject: Re: TV: Homicide: Life on the Street
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Watching the last disc of season 3 and thinking the show had plateaued, I was knocked over by The Gas Man. The episode went against all the rules for a "successful" cop show. The casting of Bruno Kirby opposite Richard Edson was brilliant. The bar was set pretty high here.


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