What I actually came here to post about has already been mentioned. Death of Michael K Williams has gotten the wife and I on a David Simon kick, so we've been watching things he did that we hadn't seen before. Currently watching The Plot Against America. Couple posts about this show have made the thread already.
Quoted from Charlemagne1987:
HBO's latest mini-series THE PLOT AGAINST AMERICA has a scene in episode one where one of the characters is beating up on a 1940 era pinball machine. I couldn't find the clip online. Maybe someone else can.
Just saw this episode last night.
My wife has long ago accepted that this is me any time there's a pinball in a show or movie we're watching:
I think it might even amuse her slightly in a "That's my little dummy husband weirdo" way.
However, pausing the show to ID a title, opening IPDB on your phone and then smugly pointing out that Hi-Hand came out in 1957 and the episode takes place in 1942 and damn it it sure looks like the guy is miming flipping the ball on a flipperless machine? Well, her amusement only goes so far.