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Late Night /tv/ Anonymous 06/01/2021 (Tue) 07:49:54 No. 4525
What do you enjoy watching late at night /late/? For me, it’s been binge watching King of The Hill (plus an episode of an anime here or there).
>>4525 Dr Katz The video quality is so poor, wish I had a crt tv to maximize the kino exprience.
>>4530 I used to have a 13" Sharp CRT in pristine condition but I had to leave it behind when I moved. I wish I'd found a way to keep it, I loved that thing. Now they're $150 on eBay. Hopefully I'll get lucky and find one locally.
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>>4525 I despise modern television, so I mostly take pleasure in old YouTube videos, be it Muta's Dank Web videos, trollpastas, or even good ol' AVGN.
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>>5925 i rewatched the first 2 board james seasons recently, and apart from being generally comfy, the final episodes of each season are very moodie and perfect to watch /late/. Also the castlevania retrospective he made back in the day fit that vibe.
>>5929 Agreed, I recommend the monster madness series if you liked that (sort of like svengoolie).
I love watching internet history videos on YouTube, especially disrupt.tv. It's just so interesting to me how expansive the internet is, and how many things have happened that I never even knew about.
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Where do you watch King of the Hill? i usually watch silly youtube videos over-analyzing drama, like those by smokeyglow or therightopinion... its cathartic.
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Daria, i can't explain why but it's close to the only show i've been watching and so i keep rewatching it over and over again since i'm like 14 which makes it very comfy to me :3 if u wanna watch it grab a torrent for the "Daria Restoration Project" it has the original music cause mtv cheaped out when releasing it on dvd and exchanged the music for generic stuff, the orignal music makes it way better i think
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>>6090 cytube has a channel that runs a 24/7 King of the Hill marathon. Saw the y2k episode the other night, was really good. https://cytu.be/r/KOTH
>>6090 Search for "king of the hill mega links".
Watched this the last night. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pWSahn0C5dQ
>>4525 The Midnight Pulp channel on Roku can be interesting sometimes. Also love Chass's /x/ TTS grntxt vids.
a lot of youtube channels I like talk about music, Richard Atkinson and David Bruce both put out really good videos >>5941 hadn't heard of them before, but loved disrupt.tv's videos on computer viruses, thanks for bringing them up
>>4525 Anime and random documentaries from Nature.
>>5932 Funny how to me the best videos from JAmes Rolfe are the ones where hes not playing a role, instead just talking about something he actually likes. I watched his old top 30 movies video countless times cuz you can deeply feel his enthusiasm for film. https://youtu.be/pyBVXdORPBk heres a reupload. the original is gone for some reason. his newer video is not half as enjoyable
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>>4525 From almost 10 years now, I have a routine when going to bed: eating a bowl of cereals watching the Simpsons.
>>5941 >>6114 just wanted to mention that I'm still fawning over how good disrupt.tv's videos are. lots of little stuff that add up, like the script always being in present tense - really unusual for youtube videos and it makes the story engrossing. computer viruses are such a cool topic too. recently the mirai botnet was made by some college kid who was running a ddos protection racket in minecraft, can't make this stuff up https://github.com/soufianetahiri/Mirai-Botnet
>>6273 I agree with you. I avoid the AVGN videos for years since I always thought they were lame (and still do to some extent) and so was late on the Cinemassacre train, but I ended up liking the ones where he's acting naturally. Even the best parts of the AVGN series to me were the more informative parts, rather than the "I'D RATHER LICK DIARRHEA OFF A DEAD WARTHOG'S TAINT THAN PLAY THIS SHITLOAD OF FUCK" stuff the series is known for. When James Rolfe is enthusiastic and willing to put work into videos, like the one about the cardboard-covered lamp in Dracula, they can turn out great. I'm not a fan of the guy as a person, but I appreciate his respect for the really classic horror and science fiction movies that aren't necessarily very popular with younger viewers. Same for Mike Matei and his Atari fetish. For me, guys who put their own spin on the "angry reviewer" style are more interesting than the AVGN videos ever were.
God I love that show anon. Being native Texan, the show has a special place in my heart.
I've been watching Star Trek lately. I finished the original show and the cartoon. The Animated Series was really enjoyable. I liked it a lot better than most of the third season of TOS.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efPrtcLdcdM guy trains GPT-J on /pol/ and the result is great
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>>4525 King of the Hill for me too, actually
Mostly minecraft videos (like hermitcraft smp) and the occasional /x/-related.
>>6092 I will say that the resortation one unfortunately doesn't have the beginning segments with Jane and Daria.
mostly whatever bullshit youtube tries to recommend to me, or MST3K episodes to fall asleep to.

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