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Are Dallis, Dynasty and the Colbys in any way Rewatchable ?

Old 04-08-16, 01:36 AM
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Are Dallas, Dynasty and the Colbys in any way Rewatchable ?

I was really too young to remember any real details about these shows but my family including my older sister watched them which is why i remember them at all.

Are they in any way rewatchable ? or just too dated ?

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Re: Are Dallis, Dynasty and the Colbys in any way Rewatchable ?

Very very dated to be honest. But, if you like night time soaps, there's a lot of twists.

Why are you interested in watching? That's a shit load of TV.

Dallas has almost 400 episodes and several TV movies. It started airing in 1978.

and this is not counting the reboot on TNT that lasted 3 seasons.

Dynasty has 219 episodes and a reunion movie

Dallas and Dynasty are both averaged around 30+ episodes a season. Again that's a shit load of content. You would be crazy to try to binge watch them now.

With so much content on right now, I would never have the time to tackle such a monstronsity.
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Re: Are Dallis, Dynasty and the Colbys in any way Rewatchable ?

"Dallis"...
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Re: Are Dallis, Dynasty and the Colbys in any way Rewatchable ?

I suggest you rewatch Sesame Street to shore up some of these ridiculous spelling problems you have.
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Re: Are Dallis, Dynasty and the Colbys in any way Rewatchable ?

come guys, i was typing that whilst eating a hot and had messy hands
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Re: Are Dallis, Dynasty and the Colbys in any way Rewatchable ?

You were posting while doing what where now?
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Re: Are Dallis, Dynasty and the Colbys in any way Rewatchable ?

Originally Posted by Original Desmond View Post
come guys, i was typing that whilst eating a hot and had messy hands
I often have trouble doing things whist eating a hot.

A hot what however, is my own fucking business.
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Re: Are Dallis, Dynasty and the Colbys in any way Rewatchable ?

"Come guys"
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"Come guys"
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"Come guys"
Only after eating a hot.
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Re: Are Dallis, Dynasty and the Colbys in any way Rewatchable ?

Dallisn't
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That explains the sticky fingers
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Re: Are Dallis, Dynasty and the Colbys in any way Rewatchable ?

I bet the TNT reboot would give some of the flavor of the original but be a lot more watchable.
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Re: Are Dallis, Dynasty and the Colbys in any way Rewatchable ?

I remember rewatching all of Dallas when CMT had the rights about 10 or so years ago. DVR'd an episode each day. Definitely re-watchable.
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I forgot Charlton Heston was in the Colbys.
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Re: Are Dallis, Dynasty and the Colbys in any way Rewatchable ?

Dallas was a very popular show for a reason. It had appeal beyond the typical soap opera demographics. Plot developments did get crazier and crazier as the show dragged on and actors came and went.

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