Totally dig this show & it’s different from anything that’s out there. The only thing that bugs & messes things up is the friggin’ BIG B* wife (Athena Karkanis). IMO, she’s totally useless & quite frankly, annoying at times. Lol!...Ben Stone (Josh Dallas), the husband has more connection w/ Saanvi (Parveen Kaur) & think she should’ve been the wife. Lol!...Well, you guys can add a minor* bummer that it’s a short series (13 eps) & season finale next wk. Hope they add more eps come S2....Keep it up, Guys!
Does anybody have this episode of High Maintenance, entitled “Grandpa,” available for uploading? I am surprised that there are so few links for such a hilarious and well-produced, modern television series. I prefer Speedvid, Streamplay, Openload, or Streamango if possible, thanks.
This particular episode was beautifully done to weave intricate details of the original characters, it explains the origin/beginning of two worlds. I am hoping this doesn't signal the end of the series. Another series that I enjoyed was Threshold
You actually are lying about something tonia haiShi5ei... I never caught a virus with his links, he is almost every time the first one to upload, is links are nice, he usualy don't copy links (since he's the first one to upload) and his links allow add block.. Your links are not better.. But thanks for uploading new stuff while people ask it's kind and nice of you tho... But matillnear i don't even use his links so i don't know about is links..
@ginobino I am lying???? Seriously???? I am the one with polferis and polish who always upload all the new links and all the new series, we are the ones who fix all the links problems and i am lying???? Matrillnear is not even a human uploader, is a bad bot who is stealing our job
There was a long scifi debate as to what music mankind would take to the stars (the debaters were all English speakers). There were three competing answers: (1)Whatever they listened to in their teens and 20s (as if the future would be just like then); (2)Happy Birthday, some classical works, and an example or two of all the genres they had then, like folk, big band, jazz, soul, etc. (there are a lot more genres now); (3)None of it, since future men would find all our music childish when they have AI brain enhancements and instrumentation that can produce anything they imagine. There was no resolution to the debate. I'm hoping for 2, and that maybe it can include an Elvis love song and Layla--if MacFarlane had played Layla instead, the Orville would have been rockin' and there would be galactic peace.
A new look at the ealy stages of the aids pandemic and how the lack of knowledge on the viablity and mode of transmission in blood and blood products effected the lives of millions of boys and men who depend on those products for treatment of an inherited disease
I know that MacFarlane wants to keep things "easy" on The Orville, but Billy Joel 400 years from now is about as likely as our going to clubs to dance gigues to clavichord music. And if you've never heard of these, that's my point: our music will be all but forgotten, and we can't even imagine what music will be like then.
Every week FaselHD puts out an early version of Vikings with Arabic subtitles, which is ok for those non-Arabic speakers who just can't wait; the regular streams start about the end of the actual US broadcast, 10PM. About 11 hours ago, the robot geniuses that are HaiShi5ei and Matrilinear started posting Openload links to The Flash here, not noticing of course that these aren't even the same as their Vidoza, etc. links. Bad, bad robots...
Year : 2015
Episode Runtime: 60
First Aired: May 18, 2015
Status : Continuing
Married at First Sight (AU) Season 5 Episode 10 (s05e10)
Married at First Sight, the extreme social experiment where four couples will meet for the very first time on their wedding day. Three top relationship experts are controlling this radical experiment involving eight Aussie singles, using a mix of neuroscience and psychology to try to create four perfect matches. Relationship psychologist John Aiken has interviewed single applicants across the nation and built a detailed personal profile for each one. Neuropsychotherapist Dr Trisha Stratford compiled the detailed neurological profiles. And psychologist Sabina Read met the applicants in their own environment to prepare to pair them with the most suitable partners. These four extremely brave and hopeful couples will face the most terrifying wedding imaginable – tying the knot with someone they have never laid eyes on. Those who make it through the wedding will move in together and live as man and wife for one month. But what happens when the honeymoon is over and real married life sets in? Married at First Sight follows this ground-breaking experiment as the couples marry, honeymoon, meet the in-laws and set up home, all the while getting to know one another more and more deeply, to see if the three matchmakers got it right. In the age of internet romance and speed dating this is a timely social experiment, and at the end of it all the couples must decide whether to call it quits or stay married … at first sight.