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What I Learned from Binge-Watching the Alfred Hitchcock Hour

Things were really a lot different in the 50s and 60s.

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I don’t watch very much network TV anymore. Besides sports. Now, like a lot of people, I use various apps to find programming. Couple that, with the fact I’ve had the flu for about a week and I ended up binge-watching the Alfred Hitchcock Hour. It’s been very educational. I’ve learned a lot about crime and…

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Larrylambert

Larrylambert

You probably don't know my name, but have likely seen my work. I'va written for numerous syndicated cartoon strips and my gags have appeared in national pubs.

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