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Weirdy American Tart Thing
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I watched that about a year ago and thoroughly enjoyed it. Was disappointed with the ending though.



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New Primeval. Because I'm Out Of Brain.

There is a dude from Fermanagh. Being all culchie! I may die!


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You are a Leprechaun. I'm not even sure what you are. Whiskey-soaked reports from your baffling Isle of Ire raise more questions than they answer. Are you a dwarf? Where's your pickax? If you're an elf, why don't you cobble? You'd think with all your gold, you could invest in some land, perhaps a title, and improve your station. Instead, you hide it in meteorologically-determined locations. You're getting killed on inflation, little friend!
 
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Freaks and Geeks and My So-Called life are probably the only two TV dramas I can say were killed before their time. Not to say there aren't others, but those two really had a lot more to do.


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New Primeval. Because I'm Out Of Brain.

There is a dude from Fermanagh. Being all culchie! I may die!


I started watching that show with Dev and it was supposed to be a show we could watch and enjoy together and he went and watched the rest of them on his own. So I lost track back in season 1



Minister of Kraftwerk in the Realm of U & P, Order of the Pineapple with frond for advancement in Nap studies.


The brain: not always amenable to logic. ~Hive

 
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Really it's astoundingly bad. But Random Fermanagh Dude is improving it immensely just by wandering around being culchie at everyone.

Ciaran McInernan is really much too good an actor for this show, but then, so is everyone else.


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You are a Leprechaun. I'm not even sure what you are. Whiskey-soaked reports from your baffling Isle of Ire raise more questions than they answer. Are you a dwarf? Where's your pickax? If you're an elf, why don't you cobble? You'd think with all your gold, you could invest in some land, perhaps a title, and improve your station. Instead, you hide it in meteorologically-determined locations. You're getting killed on inflation, little friend!
 
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New friends and old friends - well, newer episodes of newer friends:
Castle
House
Late season episodes of Buffy

I'm getting stoked about next week, though - I'm going to NYC on business and bought a ticket to an off-broadway show called Gruesome Playground Injuries, with Jennifer Carpenter from Dexter. Looks pretty wacky, good post-work event Big Grin


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Just got netflix... so I'll be watching the rest of Avatar (the Last Airbender) because I kept meaning to and probably Bones. And House (and every Star Trek ever and Castle and How I Met Your Mother and Dr. Who and all this wonderful stuff I have been missing because I cannot stand to sit through commercials anymore)

And those are just mostly Netflix instant (there goes all my spare time forever)... Netflix DVD queue is for all those classic movies I keep not watching...

Watching a lot right now... will probably taper off when I have classes next month.


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That does look like fun, Duncan.

Just finished watching the most recent episode of The Event. Massive cliffhanger. Almost kept me awake.


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I'm glad I gave Human Target a second chance this year. I tried it out last year and thought it was meh, but the second season has been kinda fun. Maybe it's the chick additions. Although every once in a while they just seem to fling plausibility off a cliff.

And I'm quite peeved that they moved Fringe to whenever the hell, I rather liked it on Thursdays - I had a nice solid two hours of knitting.



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The brain: not always amenable to logic. ~Hive

 
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Great Googly Moogly, Community is awesome.


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I'm re-watching My So-Called Life...it's as good as when I first saw it when it was on tv when I was 15...and Claire Danes was much hotter then too



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Grand Designs
Time Team

Oh how I missed them!
 
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Great Googly Moogly, Community is awesome.


Amen, brotha.


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I am watching One Born Every Minute, which is a documentary made in a maternity unit just down the road from me. It's amazing.


Limertilly: A pagan deity forgotten by man and therefore banished to the realms of memory and darkness now remembered by a young girl in downtown L.A. in the form of a dream and therefore freed to reap your revenge on the people who discarded you, thereby forcing said girl to learn to use her innate yet awesome powers as a soothsayer to gather forces of the Earth to defy you and once more banish you to your cold, cold prisoooooon

blog: http://limertillysfoodporn.wordpress.com/

My sister's band, what I am very very proud of: www.bit.ly/toodar
 
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The BBC4 thing about Springsteen & the E Street Band and the painful process of getting Darkness On The Edge Of Town made.

Ohmygodtheywereallsowee!

Oh man, I can't believe murder wasn't done. Max Weinberg may actually be a saint.

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You are a Leprechaun. I'm not even sure what you are. Whiskey-soaked reports from your baffling Isle of Ire raise more questions than they answer. Are you a dwarf? Where's your pickax? If you're an elf, why don't you cobble? You'd think with all your gold, you could invest in some land, perhaps a title, and improve your station. Instead, you hide it in meteorologically-determined locations. You're getting killed on inflation, little friend!
 
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I got my best friends addicted to Glee last night.
Now I shall have to re-watch every episode aired so far.
Big Grin
 
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Watching Bill Bailey Live in Dublin.

Fifteen minutes in, and the audience has broken him and I can't breathe properly anymore.


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You are a Leprechaun. I'm not even sure what you are. Whiskey-soaked reports from your baffling Isle of Ire raise more questions than they answer. Are you a dwarf? Where's your pickax? If you're an elf, why don't you cobble? You'd think with all your gold, you could invest in some land, perhaps a title, and improve your station. Instead, you hide it in meteorologically-determined locations. You're getting killed on inflation, little friend!
 
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Also audience has developed Pavlovian reaction to the ukulele.


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You are a Leprechaun. I'm not even sure what you are. Whiskey-soaked reports from your baffling Isle of Ire raise more questions than they answer. Are you a dwarf? Where's your pickax? If you're an elf, why don't you cobble? You'd think with all your gold, you could invest in some land, perhaps a title, and improve your station. Instead, you hide it in meteorologically-determined locations. You're getting killed on inflation, little friend!
 
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I got my Sherlock DVD in the mail. I know what I'm watchimg tonight. Smile


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They live! ROWDY RODDY MOTHERFUCKING PIPER!
 
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