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    1. I so enjoyed it and was crying at the end about the tumultuous time around the passing of the Civil Rights Act.

    1. I watched the first season on Prime Video because I already had that. Then I signed up for a 7 day free trial of Epix, watched it, and then canceled the channel. Each season has 10 episodes. I watched the second season in 3-4 nights.

  1. Very interesting synopsis about the Godfather of Harlem. Never hurts to learn more about the history of people’s struggles in this country. Thanks for sharing your tho’ts on the portrayal of this time period.

  2. I will have to look for this. A great cast with two of my favorite actors.

    Just have to pick up a few things for dinner on Christmas Day and will be done. Oh, there’s wrapping of course. I know I should wrap as I go along but often leave it. Shame on me!!!!

  3. Oh Godfather of Harlem is right up my street, I love anything like that. I will have to look for it. Thks Brenda.
    Hubby and I are off to get our Booster shots tomorrow and then we will just have a quiet time over Christmas, just the 2 of us. To be honest I am glad when it is over.
    I certainly don’t begrudge others who love to celebrate but Christmas means nothing to us at all.

  4. Excellent line-up of actors for sure, wow! These days, though, I limit myself to Youtube videos of people decorating their Christmas trees and mantels and watching my favorite shows on Discovery+ for the umpteenth time. I’m looking forward to a peaceful and quiet Christmas. Today I picked up the fixings for my “Easy Beef Burgundy” slow cooker recipe and I”m already salivating thinking about my meal on Christmas day, including some super-thick double chocolate chocolate chip cookies for dessert!

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