Dad. Husband. NYC Suburbanite. Lostie.  Writer. Filmmaker. Reader of Books and papers and such. Payroll Clerk. Adventurer. Toiler. Gardener. Cook. Steam Cleaner. Cat Owner. Yoga Practitioner. Former Smoker. After work Drinker. Once in a Blue Moon Drinking Smoker. And often mistaken for somebody else.

I like TV.  I like to watch it, talk about it, argue about it, theorize about it, worry about it, basically it fills a gap in my soul somewhere.  That is why I’m writing these things that I write.

Let me know if you like it.

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4 Responses to “Robert Lee in 84 words”


  1. Really like the content and layout of your site. Will you be continuing with this blog? Now that Lost is finished, maybe you could dedicate it to Battlestar Galactica! Or Carnivale, which is very much an underrated show.

    1. Robert Lee Says:

      Thank you for the compliment Roisin! I will continue very soon. I fell off the blogposphere for a bit while writing something that is not quite ready for the eyes of the masses.

      Battlestar and Carnivale were two of my favorites, and might warrant a second look.


  2. I’ll keep my eyes open for future Carnivale posts on your blog!

    The Saddest Music in the World is a film that might be worth examining…mainly because I’ve yet to meet anyone who has watched it and would love to hear anyone’s opinion on it! Some day I’m going to be like Guy Maddin – Super 8s galore!

  3. Robert Lee Says:

    Just added to Netflix. We can hold an international movie review summit and discuss the Saddest Music soon. It sounds like a great film and I’m a huge Isabella Rosalini fan and I’m rather certain she is really Ingrid Bergman’s clone rather than child…

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