[mythtv-users] "Generational" TV, was: OT: 3D TV
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Thu Jan 14 01:17:57 UTC 2010
2010/1/13 Nick Rout <nick.rout at gmail.com>:
> On Thu, Jan 14, 2010 at 10:42 AM, jedi <jedi at mishnet.org> wrote:
>> On Wed, Jan 13, 2010 at 11:22:24AM -0700, Brian Wood wrote:
>>> On Wednesday 13 January 2010 11:09:43 am jedi wrote:
>>> > > I have asked several law enforcement people what crime/police show is the
>>> > > most realistic, the universal answer: Barney Miller, and I don't think
>>> > > that answer was tongue-in-cheek at all.
>>> > Based on my own conversations with lawyers and such, the 80's seems to
>>> > be the decade when television "jumped the shark" in this regard and lost
>>> > all touch with reality. Anything past that might as well have witches and
>>> > dragons in it.
>>> Some older stuff was a tad off too, Perry Mason had nothing to do with actual
>>> courtroom scenes. Surprises are very rare in this age of pre-trial discovery
>> The general premise is a bit sensationalized but the mechanics and technical
>> details hit the mark very well. This would be in stark contrast to the sort of
>> circus you might see on LA Law or Matlock. Forget about Law & Order and CSI.
> I suppose you are going to destroy my Boston Legal reality next?
> Oh and IAAL :)
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Surely the best one at the moment has to be NCIS LA
Why do they have a secret office that's a hacienda(Sp?)?
Why does no one wear a uniform.....ever?
Why is the office run by a height challenged individual?
Who thought LLCJ could act?
How much did Microsoft pay to constantly use that stupid display?
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