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Anybody Catch Justified last night? The missus and I will be watching tonight. We watched the final episode of last season Monday night as a refresher and it was worth it, a lot of little things we forgot.
 

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Looks like the season's off to a good rolling start!

And did my eyes deceive me or was that comedian Patton Oswalt playing the constable?

Is it true that Patton Oswalt also plays Levi, the Godfather of Discovery Channel's Amish Mafia? :confused::confused::confused:
 

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I just had my gallbladder out on Monday, and I'm not supposed to cough, sneeze or laugh too hard. The scene with the bear costume almost sent me back to the hospital.
 

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There were several priceless moments but my favorite was right at the beginning when he shot the air bag.

Wonder if it would really pop if you shot it...
 

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An AMC Gremlin... we roared when we saw that. And as Charlie said, the trick with the airbags was pretty slick too. That was the same guy that played the Marine sniper on Homeland too.
 

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I suspect that a whole lot of viewers didn't even know what it was...

the light bar was much too big for the car.

Now I wish I had recorded it 'cause I'm sure it would be even better the second time
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can't wait for next week
 

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Yep, good stuff. When I saw that bear costume, I knew there going to be some excitement.

And the casual response of Boyd's new henchman to his misinterpretation of Boyd's order was pretty good too.
 

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And Arlo slitting that guys throat. That bag is a deep, DARK secret. More than just the fact it held a. Bunch of dope.
 

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Season 3 is out on DVD, gonna wait until the prices drop a wee bit. I've also gotta remember to get my season 2 discs back from a family friend.
 

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An AMC Gremlin... we roared when we saw that.
In my community, we have something called "Fire Police." They are volunteers who go to the scene of fires and assist with traffic control. We used to have one who was remarkably like the Patton Oswalt constable character. When I was pumping gas in high school 1970-72, the guy would come in in a '52 or '53 Ford with faded light blue paint but a big gold badge and FIRE POLICE painted on the doors. Later in the decade, when the local police were driving those cool '77-'78 9-C-1 Novas (coolest cop cars ever, for my money), he had a '66 Mustang hardtop and had gotten it painted the same way as the cops--white with an attractive green stripe along the tops of the fenders, and his FIRE POLICE badge on the doors. I think he had a light bar on the poor old Mustang, too.
 

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The AMC cars of the 70s are a running joke in our household. The Javelin, the Gremlin and of course, our favorite... the Pacer! (ala Wayne's World).
 

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Why did you have a gun at work? Everybodys got a gun!
 

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The AMC cars of the 70s are a running joke in our household. The Javelin, the Gremlin and of course, our favorite... the Pacer! (ala Wayne's World).
Now now, it's not nice to poke fun at a cripple.
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There were a lot of mechanics who did very well due to the poor front suspensions in those AMC cars. One once told be it was kinda genetic, the older Kaiser & HenryJ both had lousy front ends. They simply had the good grace to die earlier.

Anyone else remember the Rambler Metropolitan? The father of a bunch of kids I grew up with drove one to work (school teacher). He was about 6'4" and was probably both bigger & heavier than the car.
 

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My Sister had an orange Gremlin. We called her cinderella riding in her big orange pumpkin.

Started good now I hope it doesn't slow down while they try to build the plot.
 

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There were a lot of mechanics who did very well due to the poor front suspensions in those AMC cars. One once told be it was kinda genetic, the older Kaiser & HenryJ both had lousy front ends. They simply had the good grace to die earlier.

Anyone else remember the Rambler Metropolitan? The father of a bunch of kids I grew up with drove one to work (school teacher). He was about 6'4" and was probably both bigger & heavier than the car.
The AMC ball joints were a regular maintenance item. There was a Metropolitan (British Import) parked across the street while I was growning up. Never ran, got sold for scrap eventually.

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My Sister had an orange Gremlin. We called her cinderella riding in her big orange pumpkin.
Would have made more sense if it had been a Pacer. :-?
 
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