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waggish jackanape
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It's the fall season!

Tonight, Big Bang Theory AND House are both back! And that's just the beginning!

So what are you watching?

(I've been waiting all month to start this thread.)


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I watched Merlin for the first time on Saturday - the first episode of series 2. (I hadn't watched any of series 1.) Utter hokum, hugely enjoyable.


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House is back in the states? Season 6?? Oh my god! I can't wait until it comes over to the UK

I just caught up with all the (recent) Doctor Who series'. The end of season 4 had me in floods and floods of tears.


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I'm with ya on Big Bang Theory- I can't wait!!

Also looking forward to Mentalist, Dollhouse, and Bones and Fringe already started last week. I'm sure there's stuff I'm forgetting, but those are the big ones for me.


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Project Runway and Top Chef are already two or three episodes in, but they're my top shows at the moment.


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I'm so excited 'bout House returning! I'm going to be watching Heroes, Castle, Big Bang Theory, Bones, Supernatural and most likely Dollhouse too. Oh, and Mad Men and Dexter. Mm, short form telly.


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Didn't Castle start already too?


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Castle starts tonight. Quite looking forward to knitting and swooning over Cap'n Tightpants. Smile

We are watching Big Bang Theory/whatever stoopid sitcom comes in between/HIMYM/thingy/Castle and father insists on taping Heroes. I can't even remember how Heroes ended, so I would much rather tape House, but I can also get House online, so yay. Fringe was ace, my friend called during Bones, so I missed some. Looking forward to Dollhouse too.

Was so interested in Glee until last week's beg ol' pile of meh.



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I keep meaning to watch Fringe, I hear good things. I can't bring myself to though.. because.. well, it's Pacey gosh darnit!!


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Well we have no TV, so we are on season 2 of dexter season 2 of house and season 3 of BSG

joy I have much to look forward too!

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We watched the Emmy's last night, not only for the return of Dr. Horrible, but just to keep our fingers on the pulse of stuff we know nothing about - there are so many award-winning series that we have never heard of, much less watched. Yep, peasants we are.

Completely missed that Fringe and Bones already started -- I have them queued to record, or thought that I had, but when they mess with the schedule and stuff like BBCa starts taking up room, I go and miss 'em -- I'll have to try and catch up online, or feh! (and lots of it!)

House is recording now, then Castle.
Will want to watch Bones and Fringe - gotta love the shows with the Boston-area connections, and with weirdness, too! It's like X-Files, upgraded with inappropriateness!

Been catching up on Torchwood, falling behind on Being Human, blew away 2 episodes of Mad Men Season II (we never watched Season I, so I guess maybe I should just stick it in the queue and not worry about it.)

Haven't re-jiggered the cabling to be able to pull off 'watch one thing, record another', so it's all a matter of 'find it on it's rerun night 2 days later, catch up all at once.

I did come across my ReplayTV receipt over the weekend, so I might be able to actually stop paying for the damn schedule - I'm pretty sure that I planned ahead and paid for the lifetime license, then went and lost the slip so I've essentially been paying them twice - (they must love me) -- unlike some, my filing skills are crap.

Well, they're not bad, but my filing places are crap, i.e. I don't have anywhere to put shit, and my scanner done broke so I can't do the default -scan to Documents- thing anymore.

wah.

Oh, right - watching. Nothing yet -- need a bit more buffer on House before I watch; besides, I need to cut a deal with T.O.O.B. - we need to coerce him to come downstairs and hang out with us from time to time rather than hole up in his room. Right now, myself, the missus and he are in separate rooms and separate 'puters, typing away -- well, we're typing, he's blasting.

anywho, that's the sit' -- Top Gear too, the occasional mythbusters - that's it for shows ... for now. Watched the pilot for Due South - has potential ..?


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Due South is priceless!


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It looked to have potential -- where have I seen the lead?


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He's in Slings and Arrows and H2O, and just did Passchendale.


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Paul Gross, the Mountie? He was in Slings and Arrows which, if you haven't seen it, you should. (ETA to add: beaten to it by Hive!)

We're currently watching House. Like, right now. Not enough of Andre Braugher and Hugh Laurie sharing the screen, but very good. Better than the entire third season, really.


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I am attempting to watch House. The hiccups from the digital signal are annoying, though.


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Originally posted by smalltown:
Project Runway and Top Chef are already two or three episodes in, but they're my top shows at the moment.

Not so impressed by Project Runway this year, but Top Chef is turning out better than I thought it would. I mean, a Vegas season seemed like a terrible idea.


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I hated "Accidentally On Purpose" so much that I almost got physically violent over it. It is every horrible thing about the human condition distilled into one sitcom.


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It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia is back on the teevee.

All is right with the world.
 
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The season premiere of House was two hours long. I wasn't looking forward to it because, really, two hours of network television.

The season premiere of House was only two hours long. Damn.


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