So, for those of you who visit TRHOnline.com regularly you may have noticed in the update box several new items - including a fairly new category: TV Series. Thanks to the wonder that is Hulu's Beta, I've decided to post some of my favorite shows on the site... and yes, it's all legal.
Hence the commercials.
But I've started out with some of my favorites, and I'll be adding more series to the site as I have the time. First off, I put up the classic Firefly. If you don't know Firefly... well... I'm shocked that you're at this site. But if that is the case, you should definitely watch it. I can't tell you how much I love this series. It is, in my opinion, the best science fiction television series ever produced for American television -- and I think quite a few people would agree with me.
I've also posted Jack of All Trades. Jack of All Trades stars Bruce Campbell as Jack Stiles, an American spy in 1801 sent to the island of Pulau-Pulau to keep track of something involving Napoleon. He's partnered with a British agent named Emilia (played by Angela Dotchin), who is his opposite. The show has a total disregard for historical accuracy, so don't even try to figure it out. Just sit back, laugh, and be entertained. Also, it probably has one of the best opening themes ever.
Finally, I also added Raines. Raines stars Jeff Goldblum as a Detective who has pretty much gone 'round the bend. Raines has effectively had a psychotic break - and he's started hallucinating the victims of the murders he's investigating. The show is very explicit -- he's not seeing ghosts, Goldblum's character is just completely insane. Sadly, it's only seven episodes long... but definitely worth it.
Over the next few weeks I'll be adding more series, so keep an eye out.
Which one will you prefer? Well, honestly... I like mine better. But I leave the decision up to you.
Oh and don't forget to help me with continuing Project: Viral. We need to infect the minds of the world with that thing. I swear that I want most of the world repeating the phrase "Not Purple" from here to Bangladesh!
We must share our pain with the universe.
Not. Not. Not Purple.
Man... I seriously can't get that song out of my head. What have I done, what have I done.
In 1801 the revolution had been won, but Uncle Sam's favorite Son had a job he needed done -- which brought Jack to a lady, both beautiful and smart, who found his mix intriguing: a Scoundrel with a Heart.