I’m not big into TV. For me, its only purpose is to screen classic movies, Buffalo Bills games and the occasional Jeopardy Tournament of Champions. Of course, every now and then some channel will offer an enticing special. For me, “enticing” usually involves at least one of these three components: Any Beatle (living or dead), old time northeastern railroading or William Shatner.
Lately, I’ve found these things most often on Saturday Night Live or The Comedy Channel. But this past weekend, my local PBS station showcased the Beatles’ Magical Mystery Tour as never seen before, at least by me. I was so excited, I turned the channel on a full 10 minutes before the start of the movie. That was a mistake.
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