From Tiger King to Ozark

Enforced seclusion has certainly increased our hours of television viewing here at Doright Manor. In just three days we watched the documentary, “Tiger King.” Crazy show.

Joe Exotic, aka The Tiger King, made for an interesting few days of viewing. The flamboyant openly gay Oklahoman made his career in breeding and exhibiting big cats. His business caught the attention of animal rights groups and the situation spiraled into chaos.

Studly Doright and I should’ve taken a break from dramatic tv for a few days after the final episode of “Tiger King,” I suppose, but we dove right into “Ozark”—a series revolving around a man (played by Jason Bateman) who pretty much has sold his soul to a the head of a drug cartel and now is scrambling to keep his family safe.

So last night my dreams were filled with drug smuggling tigers running from the authorities who were themselves dressed as cowboys, wearing chaps, Stetsons, and little else. Could someone please suggest a lighthearted series? My psyche needs a break.

Peace, people!

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

10 thoughts on “From Tiger King to Ozark”

    1. Ozark is pretty heavy, right? I love it, but Studly isn’t sure he likes it yet. Our daughter has recommended Good Girls. I’ll have to let him choose the next series.


  1. Ozark grabbed my attention because I live where the show takes place. Considering the Tiger King. Still considering. Have you seen Frankie and Grace? A lot lighter to watch. Longmire is one to watch if you haven’t yet seen it.

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    1. Hi Geri! I love Frankie and Grace. I’m behind one season. And I’m sure I’d like Longmire. Btw, we have friends who live in Eldon, MO, and on my solo motorcycle trip from Illinois to Texas I stayed in a motel right next to the outlet mall near the lake.


      1. Eldon, a place I’ve never been yet, is now on my beautiful day for a drive list. I’m still looking for a replacement for Downton Abbey though.

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      2. If its a town, its got to be worthy of a drive on a beautiful day. If nothing else, it’ll put me that much closer to visiting every town in Missouri since I moved here in ’78.

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