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Discussion in 'The Club House' started by ScottA, Jun 13, 2013.
Thank God they got rid of all the team drama. It's a lot of fun to watch again.
This is actually my first season watching. I really enjoy the show..but I have to say that a few of the cast members get on my nerves a little. They gave a lot of camera time this week to the one that I liked the least...but I wont have to worry about hearing that cast member next week! Really enjoying this show so far!
They used to offer it on Netflix. That's how I got hooked. Watched season 1 and 2 one summer. Completely missed season 4
Any programs regarding the positive safe use of firearms is great. Personally I am tired of all these shows where felons hold Glocks side ways and kills dozens of people.
Amen!! I'm getting tired of people thinking all gun owners act like that
Season 5 is a major improvement over the past. As has been cited, elimination of the personality by-play and clubhouse drama is the most noticeable improvement. Still, it strikes me that too much time is still given to individual soliloquies and vignettes. God knows the cameras are rolling when there's shooting...let's see more of that. Otherwise, the presentation of people actually enjoying shooting...and doing it safely with a fair level of skill is always a pleasure to watch.
Great show I love it
Agree with the soliloquies....too much taking from the guy that got sent home the other night!
The facts are these shows are expensive. Some one has to feel they are getting their moneys worth to pay for these shows. In America Drama sells. The attention span of an American is connected to Drama and sex. Without these elements TV would still be radio.
While I agree to a point....I don't watch any shooting based shows for drama/sex. For example, Shooting USA does not fit your mold....but I still watch faithfully every wk.
Haven't gotten into it to due to the 'drama' crap. Just show the damn competition! Maybe have to watch it again and see what's changed.
"Top Shot" is canned for the general public. This is a good thing. I bet there are hundreds of first time gun owners created by this show every week.
Match competition appeals only to experienced shooters. "Top Shot" is a valuable recruiting devise.