I learnt Ten Speed and Brown Shoethat Jeff Goldblum is starring in a new TV show, ‘Raines’. I think the show is on NBC, every Friday night. I read the show is about, wait, let me pull a quote from the site mentioned earlier:

Eccentric LAPD Detective Michael Raines (Goldblum) uses his unique imagination to focus on every murder case in such a way that the murder victims actually begin to take shape in front of him. At first, he thinks he’s losing his mind, but he then uses the constantly evolving hallucinations — which are figments of his imagination and not ghosts — to help him discover the victims’ killers.

For some kind of reason, that sounds like the kind of role Goldblum has been playing for ages, like for example, in the show ‘Ten Speed and Brown Shoe’ (1980). I bet a lot of people don’t remember that show, but, when I hear Goldblum’s name mentioned, it’s that show that I always associate him with (and of course the movie ‘The Fly’). If I’m not wrong, this show also showcased Goldblum’s character’s amazing bookreading skills.

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8 Responses to TenSpeed

  1. Arthur says:

    I like Lost.

    Lost is ‘hopelessly lost’ over here.

  2. alfons says:

    First two seasons are pretty good.

  3. Arthur says:

    First two seasons are pretty good.

    Yes. But has been slowly gone downhill. Last time I watched I had no idea what was going on anymore.

  4. alfons says:

    I think it’s still pretty good.

  5. Arthur says:

    I think it’s still pretty good

    I saw ‘Das Boot’ yesterday. ABSINKEN!

  6. alfons says:

    I thought the Battlestar Galactica season finale a bore. I shouldn’t watch sci-fi. In the end it always end up boring.

  7. Arthur says:

    I haven’t seen it. The last episode is the one I saw at your place.

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