You can actually watch haiShi5ei responding to matrilinear responding to haiShi5ei responding to matrilinear... and both responding to anything posted by a human. And I need to add that in addition to Tonia1, both humans Polferis & Oldboy3 have good-to-DL verystream 720p/1080p links. (And Tonia1 does have to sleep sometimes--unless she's a fembot/gynoid--which would be pretty damn funny)
@markhalsey--You are right: this is well-edited. I was reminded of 1960s Brit films in the spy/thriller vein, starring a young Dirk Bogarde. Some reviewers are put off by this being THE Alfred. I tried counting Wiki DC comic continuities (and Elseworlds) and tv, cartoon, & movie versions and got about 20 Alfreds, so what's one more, this one Michael-Caine-ing in an alt-history '60s world. (Loved the kicking parents and the flirty Queen)
In various links I tested the episode goes mute after about 25-30min. I would appreciate a new upload with sound and preferably not only 1080p HQ uploads from verystream, some users using older hardware or mobile devices may appreciate 480-720p and variation of hosters.
Good one, Tonia1! (@MHGKoobs, in case you didn't know, these are 'bot zombies. You feed them whenever you click one of their billions of links; but they never ever respond to anyone here.) @Tonia1, I wanted to say that I now exclusively use YOUR 720p/1080p Verystream links since they actually have a working download option, unlike the 'bots' spam. (Plus, as other humans here link less and less, you keep on working, and you respond to requests.) Everybody--feed the worthy; starve the 'bots! (PS--5 new series to DL and binge on...)
wow a drama in space character driven, space and sci fi is just a back ground, might as well be based on earth with a person who has to be apart from her family. This crap show i hate they call them selves a sci fi when all you see is a few effects and all drama. might see if improves but thought the ship was dumb for the aliens and the earth ship well was better but we will see.
Pennyworth - “Pilot” Link for Season 1, Episode 1 (S01E01). Pilot pre-released although it is not currently available on this site, I have supplied a StreamPlay link. I can provide other links, or point someone in the right direction, if anybody is interested and looking for another hosting service website link. https://www.streamplay.to/52lg1osae2e0
I admit that I am not much into sci-fi, fantasy, or comic depictions, this prequel to Batman proved to be a great storyline, set in a Dickensian 1960’s Great Britain, London I believe. The responsibility of Editing alone, for this series, is paramount to set the stage for the audience. That’s why #ChrisPeterson #ACE was selected for the job, acknowledged as one of the best operators in the Business. It just so happens that I know Chris, and can tell you that he is one of the most widely sought after Film Editors in the World, and he wouldn’t have taken on this responsibility if he didn’t believe #Pennyworth was worth #DCComics efforts to create a new television franchise, which takes the viewer on a ride to get to know one of the characters behind the auspicious and titular comic book, film character, and television character, known worldwide as Batman. I, for one, can’t wait to see how the new series of Pennyworth shakes out. As it already seems to have deviated quite a bit, in the #Pilot episode, from the character portrayal of the #OriginalWriter, #DonCameron and #ComicSeriesArtist, #BobKane. Alfred (Pennyworth) has thus far been depicted in most, if not all, Batman creations and spinoffs as an older Gentleman’s Gentleman, with a thin mustache, working as a Butler for the Wayne Family, after his parents are killed. He was originally offered as a comedic folly for Batman and Robin, wherein Alfred was often seen as an aspiring Detective, who would ultimately solve cases and “get his man,” simply by happenstance and things falling into place for him. Ultimately he became Bruce Wayne’s most trusted confidant, and portrayed that of a Father Figure. With all of that being said, this new offshoot and prequel to the “Batman Series” will certainly offer a different perspective into the personal story and background of Alfred Pennyworth. This is somewhat new territory, as far as I know, I don’t believe this story has yet been told in its entirety, apart perhaps from the sparse background, and attention written into several editions, which was provided in the original Batman Comic Book Series from1943.
During the show, it is asked why is this information being released. I will try to explain. First of all, as expected, this is a white wash. They are only ALLOWING us to see "evidence" that is basically useless. Why though, allow more people to be aware of the obvious truth, that we are, of course, not alone in the universe...or galaxy for that matter? I think another very large scale false flag event is being planned. An "alien" attack! To be used to help create the demented New World Order. If an "attack" happens, remember this!
Year : 2014
Episode Runtime: 60
First Aired: January 5, 2014
Status : Continuing
The Curse of Oak Island Season 6 Episode 6 (s06e06)
In 1795, three teenage boys discovered a strange, man-made hole on Oak Island, a small, wooded island just off the coast of Nova Scotia, Canada. As the boys began to dig, they found a number of intriguing artifacts. It was the end of the piracy era and rumors of buried treasure were rampant. The boys’ discovery launched a treasure hunt that has spanned more than 200 years, cost millions of dollars and involved dozens of speculators, engineers and even famous personalities such as John Wayne, Errol Flynn and Franklin D. Roosevelt. The search had gone dormant, but now, Rick and Marty Lagina, two brothers from Michigan, have bought most of the island and have renewed the efforts to discover the legendary treasure. Since childhood, Oak Island has been a magical place of intrigue for these men. With Marty’s financial backing, Rick is now leading the adventure of his life. But will their luck be any different from the many explorers who sought treasure before them and failed? The Laginas insist that their goal is the fun of a treasure-hunting adventure, and if it becomes something that could splinter their brotherly bond, they’ll walk away. But obsession has been known to grip treasure seekers on Oak Island. Many men have taken on the hunt with the best of intentions, only to be left with decimated fortunes, broken spirits and lost lives. An ominous legend says that seven people must die in pursuit of the treasure before Oak Island will reveal her secrets. So far, the body count stands at six.
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