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i found Point Break on the bbc iPlayer. never seen it before. 7 minutes in and LOVING it. keanu is simply made of yumminess so far.


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I have mostly been watching old episodes of The Professionals. It is strangely watchable, even now, but it is decidedly odd to watch a police series where people are simply unable to communicate with each other unless they have police radios.


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top gear starts again tonight Big Grin


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Being Human!

Eeeeeee! Mitchell! Annie! George! Nina! *dances*


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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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Downton Abbey is my new favorite thing



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Being Human!

I just saw syfy is doing an american remake. Waiting for season 3 from bbc.


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The American version definitely caught my attention. Of course, I've never seen the British one to compare it to.


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Downton Abbey is my new favorite thing


Mine, too! I just finished the 3rd episode. Ooooh, that Edith!


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"Community" has been kind of strange this season. Occasionally brilliant, but very uneven. In its better episodes, it reminds me of Spaced in the way it can just take a strange turn and run with it, but at other times it just comes off as bizarre and trying way too hard.


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They need more Senor Chang. Crazy asian dudes make everything better.


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The American version definitely caught my attention. Of course, I've never seen the British one to compare it to.

Dweller, it's out on DVDs (S1 and S2) Check you library. (Mine has it.)


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Originally posted by Big Flinchy!:
They need more Senor Chang. Crazy asian dudes make everything better.


True Smile And I did think the most recent episode was very funny... and it had a fair amount of Chang. But very little Abed :/

In other news, I found a few friends to watch season 6 of Lost with. I definitely remember why I quit watching. Buuut I'm kind of excited to find out what happens, even though I've heard it's very unsatisfying.

And the episodes I've seen so far (the first three) are kind of nonsense. WHATEVZ.


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Originally posted by Royko:
"Community" has been kind of strange this season. Occasionally brilliant, but very uneven. In its better episodes, it reminds me of Spaced in the way it can just take a strange turn and run with it, but at other times it just comes off as bizarre and trying way too hard.

See I just think Community keeps getting better and better. It is starting to surpass Big Bang Theory as my favorite TV comedy.


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I have watch a few minutes of "Mega Python Versus Gatoriod" on the SyFy channel
You usually don't see acting of this caliber outside of 1970s porn. Roll Eyes

I wish I could say it was so bad it was good........but it is just bad. Frown


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I know that I am years behind the curve here, but the musical episode of Buffy is SO GOOD. I watched it last night and now I'm watching it again. Thanks, Snow Week!


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Just discoverd a new webseries: Awkward Embraces.
So. AWESOME. Big Grin
(Edit: NSFW for sex talk and makeout scenes.)
 
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I'm not really watching it, but I probably will later, however I remember it fondly:

Voyagers!

Anyone remember it? The exclamation point was really part of the title, 'cos it was exciting, yeah? Anyway, it was cheesier than a giant chunka cheddar and it certainly had some velveeta moments and most of the actors went to the Cap'n Shat School of Acting and Looking Awesome In A Corset And Wig (Smile For The Camera). They mashed and mangled history into plausible little chunkettes - it was aimed at kids and tweens, supposedly to get them interested in history - I was too busy oggling John Erik Hexum's tight pants...

I vaguely remember them trying to pull together all those loose ends to create a valid story towards the end to try and explain why the Voyagers exist - a sort of combination of History Monks, Doctor Who and Quantum Leap (although this was after Doctor Who, what isn't, but before QL and Terry Pratchett's History Monks) And then the show stopped because of JEH's accident.

I wouldn't mind so much if it would get resurrected, but with more attention to the history monk people.


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i am watching Bones.


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

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We've just finished season 2 of Oz. Yikes... It's a good series, though probably the one we like least of the HBO series we've seen so far - but it isn't half depressing... and after a crucifixion, someone getting his arms and legs broken by two other guys and someone having his eyes stabbed out, another guy getting stabbed to death was almost a relief by comparison.


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