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Bondage in TV series and soap operas

Postby gaby » 27 Jun 2020, 14:47

Since I discovered them, soap operas and TV series have always given me the opportunity to see scenes of bondage, some of them quite good. Here I bring you an excerpt from a chilean series called "Los 80" in which you can see the best bondage scene I've seen on TV.
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Re: Bondage in TV series and soap operas

Postby Shannon SteelSlave » 27 Jun 2020, 14:49

That's strange. They actually do a decent job making good knots in 'soaps. It's the comedy shows that lame it up.
Bondage is like a foreign film without subtitles. Only through sharing and practice can we hope to understand.
A Jedi uses bondage for knowledge and defense, never for attack.
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Re: Bondage in TV series and soap operas

Postby ponylady » 28 Jun 2020, 02:40

May i recommend „billions“?
(If you can‘t find it, give me a ring)

One of the best well wriiten series on the small screen right now.

Short premise: us-attorney for sd of ny chases hedgefonds-
Manager. His wife works for said manager as head of
Human resources and is also his domme.

Sounds corny?
Absolutely, but it is just handled brilliantly by the writers.
A must watch.

And while i‘m @ this:

Give „why women kill“ a try.
One house, 3 stories (50ies, 80ies, 2010ies)

Kind of an anthology mini-series, but how they resolve
And integrate the 3 storylines at the end is an instant classic.

Don‘t just jump to the last epidode; you can‘t really dig
The ending if you have seen the whole series.
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Re: Bondage in TV series and soap operas

Postby Shannon SteelSlave » 28 Jun 2020, 04:00

How does this rank? I am guessing from the clothes, 1980s? Looks neatly done and plausible, except the gag, which never looks like it could work.
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Not like this lame set up from "One day at a time" (1982)
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Bondage is like a foreign film without subtitles. Only through sharing and practice can we hope to understand.
A Jedi uses bondage for knowledge and defense, never for attack.
I am so smart! I am so smart! S-M-R-T!....I, I mean S-M-A-R-T!
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Re: Bondage in TV series and soap operas

Postby gaby » 28 Jun 2020, 19:40

Shannon SteelSlave wrote:How does this rank? I am guessing from the clothes, 1980s? Looks neatly done and plausible, except the gag, which never looks like it could work.


It's not bad, but... why can't the bad guys tie her hands behind her back??? Is that so hard to do??? And then that gag...I mean, why??? :evil:

But the first one is definitely wonderful if you compare it to the second one... :rofl:
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Re: Bondage in TV series and soap operas

Postby Shannon SteelSlave » 28 Jun 2020, 20:04

The first one looks like it could hold, until tools become available. The second one, even an amateur would know to "cuff" the wrists and ankles, instead of just wrapping around, unless they were meant to eventually shake the ropes off. That's all it would take, some shaking and stretching with a little time.
Bondage is like a foreign film without subtitles. Only through sharing and practice can we hope to understand.
A Jedi uses bondage for knowledge and defense, never for attack.
I am so smart! I am so smart! S-M-R-T!....I, I mean S-M-A-R-T!
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