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    Watched the 3 part mini-series on History with my wife. Awesome show, gritty, sad and well acted. It's not Tombstone but it is one of the better western era shows I have ever seen. I would really suggest giving it a shot.
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    My husband wanted me to watch it with him I was too busy. When I went to ask him a question during one of the shows he said no talking until this is over. So it must of been good for he can normally multitask between TV and talking.






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    I recorded all of them but have only watched the first one so far. I thought it was really good and can't wait to watch the rest.

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    I've watched most of the series, but wasn't able to sit through each episode in it's entirety. What I've seen I've liked.

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    A male that can multitask? Not possible! ;-)

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    I liked it very much. That said, I usually prefer my documentaries and fictional stories separated. A few too many embellishments and falsehoods for my liking. If it was simply a mini series I would have given it 4 stars out 5. Because they touted it as historical I give it 3. Certainly worth watching for entertainment purposes though. Rough times and even rougher people back then. We owe them a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craig View Post
    A male that can multitask? Not possible! ;-)
    LOL - boy does my wife ever agree with you!

    I recorded it on PVR and will (hopefully) get to watch it this weekend.
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