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All shows were way down with some doing waaaay worse than the week before. CBS won the pathetic night with the New Adventures of Old Christine (1.8), Garry Unmarried (1.9), Criminal Minds (3.2), and CSI: NY (2.8). The police procedurals held up the best from the previous week out of all shows. Criminal Minds had it's special 100th episode -- amazing I may add -- and promoted the hell out of it. NBC was second with The Biggest Loser: Where are they now? Eastwick quite bad which is crazy. I guess I didn't have as much time as I expected, so the X-Files list will be pushed back to the weekend. I'm hoping to get the Buffy stuff done by the middle of next week. Since I have lots of time the next few days, I'll finally be working on some lists that I've wanted to get to for a while. First is my list of top X-Files episodes.|Great discription. Movie violence and stuff like that has never gotten me in the slightest. 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Starring Jared Harris, Stellan Skarsgård and Emily Watson, Chernobyl dramatizes the story of the 1986 nuclear accident — one of the worst man-made catastrophes in history — and the sacrifices made to save Europe from unimaginable disaster. Legasov and Shcherbina consider using lunar rovers to remove radioactive debris, while Khomyuk faces government hurdles in determining the truth about the cause of the explosion. “We’re talking about 700,000 people being sent to clean up this impossibly contaminated area.” Understand more about the citizens and officials who risked their lives to dredge the devastation — and keep Soviet secrets from leaking to nearby European nations. Every week, following a new episode of Chernobyl, hosts Peter Sagal and Craig Mazin discuss the show’s themes. Stream it where you get your podcasts and on HBO NOW, HBO GO and HBO On Demand. Legasov, Shcherbina and Khomyuk risk their lives and reputations to expose the truth about Chernobyl. Writer and executive producer Craig Mazin, along with the cast and crew, discuss how the miniseries reimagines the cause and effect of one of the worst man-made disasters in modern history. Watch how the massive, demanding production — and faithful reimagining of the disaster — came to fruition. The miniseries’ cast and crew gathered among U.N. International Chernobyl Disaster Remembrance Day. “Riveting.” “Stunning.” “Engrossing.” Critics and audiences alike are mesmerized by the miniseries. You can stream HBO anywhere you go. Watch HBO on your TV, computer, tablet or mobile phone.|AUTOMOD The following is a copy of the above post. This comment is a record of the above post as it was originally written, in case the post is deleted or edited. We've been together 2 years, living together 1. Shes 30, and moved to the US from the UK right before we met. I don't mean detailed specifics only a history major would know, I mean things I'd assume pretty much anybody would have at least heard about in passing somehow, at some point. For example, she didn't know Italy was allied with Germany in WWII, or who Moussalini was. Or she never heard of the Hindenburg. Last night I was telling her about how I was was watching the new series about Chernobyl on HBO, and how interesting it seemed. She kind of just gave a disinterested/blank answer. After that I kind of just stared blankly at her. Its such a famous disaster I was genuinely shocked how someone would have never encountered mention of it. I told her it would be like if I told her I never heard of the Titanic before. She then called me an asshole for making her feel bad and cried. After calming her down I went on to explain to her what happened. She went to art school instead of regular university, and is in a creative profession. I am a bot, and this action was performed automatically. Please contact the moderators of this subreddit if you have any questions or concerns. Radiation is a force humanity has harnessed, but also one that threatens unspeakable destruction should that harness slip. From the start, film and television have served as both a warning and a coping mechanism to help us process the invisible terrors of radiation. That Adventures of Superman episode arrives at a happy ending, but only after suggesting radiation’s irreversible effects. Superman might be doomed to a lonely existence away from the world he loves, but others would not be so lucky. In the years after Hiroshima and Nagasaki, sometimes escapism didn’t offer much escape: The 1954 film Gojira (Anglicized, sort of, as Godzilla) uses a rampaging dinosaur as a stand-in for the atomic bomb. Its monster rains terror down on an unsuspecting city while causing destruction on an unfathomable scale, and director Ishirō Honda made the parallels hard to ignore. 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