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What are we watching as of now?

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Wednesday, April 5, 2006 11:30 AM

HUMBUG


I watch: House(Hugh Laurie, brilliant British actor),
Supernatural,
Smallville,
Bones,
Prison Break,
E.R.,
My name is Earl (classic!!)
O.C. (with the actress who plays Nandi, and that fantistic invention, Christmukkah!!)
and, of course, Doctor Who (new series starts soon in Britain!!!)

Lost (2nd series) will start here soon, but I bought the Region 1 DVD last season, so I guess I'll do the same when the 2nd season comes out on DVD in the US.

I bought Veronica Mars on Region 1 DVD recently. I LOVE this sereies. I just wish they showed it on terrestrial or freeview tv. It's only on a satellite channel here in the UK.

But one of my favourite dramas so far of 2006 is called Life On Mars (after the David Bowie hit) and is about a police detective so goes back in time to 1973 when he has an accident on the job. It's been made by the BBC and is BRILLIANT!!! It's exciting, amusing and completely undefinable. I laughed and cried and sat on the edge of my seat, unable to guess what would happen next. Unmissable for anyone who loves music circa 1973, or who grew up in Britain in the 1970's...... Highly recommended.

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Wednesday, April 5, 2006 11:30 AM

N0SKILLZ


I'm wathcing Smallville on DVD cuz... well , its a superhero show, and i'm ot much of a nerd to not watch it.

and i'm waiting for BSG season 3.

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Wednesday, April 5, 2006 11:32 AM

COPILOT


Watched the first season of Desperate house wifes on DVD. Actually it was playing in the background as I was facinated with my diet pepsi can.

An I carried such a torch

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Wednesday, April 5, 2006 11:48 AM

SIMONB


Stargate SG-1
Stargate Atlantis
Firefly DVDs
24
Star Trek DVDs
Star Wars DVDs
More Firefly
Serenity
Buffy DVDs
Futurama DVDs

Mostly my DVD collection admittedly. Don't often get time to watch much on TV so I create my own schedule for when I get time!

- Shiny. Let's be bad guys.

That is not dead which can eternal lie, and with strange aeons even death may die

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Wednesday, April 5, 2006 11:55 AM

SERYN


Ah, the Blackadder trunkhose. The bastard offspring of short shorts and clown pants.

How can you not find them sexy?

Hugh Lawrie, Steven Fry, Oscar Wilde, Trent Reznor, all incredibly attractive men for one reason if no other - independance of mind. They are true originals, they think for themselves. So no matter how dodgy their past roles or nefarious their social habits, I can forgive them (almost) anything.

If you are trying to find a way to like lawrie, just study his face, age and experience has erased every bit of the gormlesness that he affected for Blackadder. My sister fancies him anyway.

I forgot Rescue Me, great great show.


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Hodgins: Your robot reminds me of you. You tell it to turn it stops. You tell it to stop it turns. You ask it to take out the garbage it watches reruns of Firefly.
FozzieWash, You know what I always say: sometimes you're the windshield, sometimes you're the bug!
KermieMal, I never Know what the heck you're talking about.
FozzieWash, Hey, look! They're sending us free lumber!


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Wednesday, April 5, 2006 1:00 PM

RMMC


I'm currently watching:

1.) Bones
2.) CSI
3.) Without a Trace
4.) Cold Case (Yeah-I'm a forensics nut. )
5.) Supernatural
6.) Doctor Who (whenever series 2 shows up on CBC)

and the ocassional hockey game.

On DVD:
1.) Firefly/Serenity
2.) MacGyver
3.) Highlander
4.) LotR
5.) Farscape



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Wednesday, April 5, 2006 1:05 PM

PROWLER


Has anyone seen Sons & Daughters yet? I have been watching it for a few weeks now and it is hi-larious! (to me anyway :)

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Wednesday, April 5, 2006 1:14 PM

FILTER


TV shows
1. Lost
2. Doctor Who
3. Battlestar Gallactica
4. Alias


Filter

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Wednesday, April 5, 2006 1:18 PM

LAX01


ehh crap, I hate this list because its also so long

1. Lost
2. 24
3. Alias when it comes back in 3 weeks
4. Sopranos
5. Greys Anatomy
6. Prison Break
7. West Wing
8. Scrubs
9. The OC
10. ER
11. BSG (was watching it)
12. SG-1 / Atlantis (was watching it)
13. Wondershowzen

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Wednesday, April 5, 2006 6:18 PM

THEMANTHEYCALLEDJAMES


I love that little vid of Jack shooting Henderson's wife in the leg

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Wednesday, April 5, 2006 6:18 PM

THEMANTHEYCALLEDJAMES


I love that little vid of Jack shooting Henderson's wife in the leg

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Wednesday, April 5, 2006 6:18 PM

THEMANTHEYCALLEDJAMES


I love that little vid of Jack shooting Henderson's wife in the leg

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Wednesday, April 5, 2006 7:37 PM

LAX01


you must love it 3x :D

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Wednesday, April 5, 2006 10:20 PM

GIXXER


Green Wing. Maybe they'll export it some day.

Malcolm when they ever show it.

Good to see Teachers getting a mention. Don't allow US TV to do a "Coupling" on it...

Earl. What a completely affable chap. I would definitely learn to speak "maid".

The Bill

UK Version of "The Apprentice". Fascinatingly repellent collection of wannabes.

Grand Designs. Watch out for that if it's ever exported. Programme about people building or converting their homes. I can hear the groans from here, but it has an unique feature in the genre: Kevin McCloud - imagine a presenter who never sneers at the people involved, actually knows a hell of a lot about most of the aspects involved, but doesn't show off about it, doesn't make himself a star of the show, and is actually enthusiastic about stuff?

My favourite...

http://www.channel4.com/4homes/ontv/grand-designs/houses/S/sussex_wood
man.html


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Wednesday, April 5, 2006 11:49 PM

WHOOPS


Quote:

Originally posted by Gixxer:
Green Wing. Maybe they'll export it some day.

Malcolm when they ever show it.

Good to see Teachers getting a mention. Don't allow US TV to do a "Coupling" on it...

Earl. What a completely affable chap. I would definitely learn to speak "maid".

The Bill

UK Version of "The Apprentice". Fascinatingly repellent collection of wannabes.

Grand Designs. Watch out for that if it's ever exported. Programme about people building or converting their homes. I can hear the groans from here, but it has an unique feature in the genre: Kevin McCloud - imagine a presenter who never sneers at the people involved, actually knows a hell of a lot about most of the aspects involved, but doesn't show off about it, doesn't make himself a star of the show, and is actually enthusiastic about stuff?

My favourite...

http://www.channel4.com/4homes/ontv/grand-designs/houses/S/sussex_wood
man.html




Teachers was really good until the 4th series when they got rid of all the funniest characters.

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Wednesday, April 5, 2006 11:57 PM

CALHOUN


I dont see "The Iron chef" on anyones lists...


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Thursday, April 6, 2006 12:58 AM

PALLAS


MacGyver. Heh! I've seen the box set around and considered picking it up.

As good as remembered? I worry that I'll watch it now and be disappointed. Been many years since I've seen an episode. Used to love it when I was younger though.

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Thursday, April 6, 2006 10:04 AM

RMMC


I was a bit worried as well, but it turned out to be unfounded. I still enjoy it as much as when it was on broadcast TV...OMG, that was over 20 years ago! Now I feel really old.

Anyway, the writing's not as shiny as we've gotten used to, but then, what on TV is without our BDH? However, Mac is still fun. I think they've released up through S5.

TV Land is rerunning eps occasionally, but I think right now they're running S7.

http://www.tvland.com/schedule/index.jhtml?anyday=1&day=20060407

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Thursday, April 6, 2006 10:13 AM

CHRISISALL


Quote:

Originally posted by Kayna:

List three. Tv on DVD.
Firefly Alot. I mean obsessivly.

Dark Angel this one you can blame on FOX, both cancelation and screwy second season.

I'm with ya on these two. Then for me it's:
Gallactica
Treks
Brisco (when it comes out this year)

Chrisisall, who now likes most of Dark Angel's second season

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Thursday, April 6, 2006 10:35 AM

JOSSISAGOD


Just your basic SCI-FI Channel Friday night line-up. Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlanis, Battlestar Galactica and now Dr Who.
Edit:How could I forget SCRUBS!!! I am a moron!

Select to view spoiler:


unlike The Operative



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Thursday, April 6, 2006 3:48 PM

THEMANTHEYCALLEDJAMES


Quote:

Originally posted by lax01:
you must love it 3x :D



by computer kinda went bonkers when I posted that
but that was a really great Bauer moment

Really if Mal went back in time and met Jack Bauer he'd wet his pants

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Thursday, April 6, 2006 3:48 PM

THEMANTHEYCALLEDJAMES


Quote:

Originally posted by lax01:
you must love it 3x :D



by computer kinda went bonkers when I posted that
but that was a really great Bauer moment

Really if Mal went back in time and met Jack Bauer he'd wet his pants

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Thursday, April 6, 2006 3:48 PM

THEMANTHEYCALLEDJAMES


Quote:

Originally posted by lax01:
you must love it 3x :D



by computer kinda went bonkers when I posted that
but that was a really great Bauer moment

Really if Mal went back in time and met Jack Bauer he'd wet his pants

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Thursday, April 6, 2006 4:06 PM

LAX01


LOL!

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Thursday, April 6, 2006 5:01 PM

SERENITYVALLEY


Quote:

Originally posted by Whoops:
Im watch;

House - Only because of Hugh Lawrie though hes just right sarcastic.
Battlestar Galactica when i can.
Prison Break - excellent show.
Scrubs - when i can.
Stephen Fry is really funny in QI a (British show.)
Red Dwarf- is usually on so i gota watch that.


Whoa, hang on. What channel are they playing Red Dwarf? I mean, I've practically got the episodes memorized but my DVDs are at my house in another city.

I envy those of you that still have many shows uncancelled. All I have left is House and Monk (which I believe just finished its current season). But I have Dead Like Me and Firefly DVDs on standby.

Movies are good too. I just bought a Vincenzo Natali movie called "Nothing." Anyone seen it? Hi-larious.

http://www.simple-assault.com/Firefly.htm

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Friday, April 7, 2006 7:00 AM

SICKDUDE


Quote:

Originally posted by chrisisall:
Then for me it's:
Gallactica
Treks
Brisco (when it comes out this year)



Chrisisall, you forgot Bab5!...

For me, it's:
Lost
Bones
Stargate SG-1
Stargate Atlantis
Battlestar Galactica
Smallville
Supernatural
How I met your mother
Monk
4400
Deadzone
Daily Show
Colbert Report

and we just finished:
Davinci's Inquest
Full Metal Alchemist

"It's a cow."

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Friday, April 7, 2006 8:28 AM

CHRISISALL


Quote:

Originally posted by Sickdude:

Chrisisall, you forgot Bab5!...


OOpps! Forgot...

Chrisisall

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Friday, April 7, 2006 8:29 PM

RUXTON


Am currently watching

-Bonanza
-Have Gun, Will Travel
-Jack Benny
-The Ed Sullivan Show
-Abbott & Costello
-The Three Stooges
-Gunsmoke






Oops...wrong century!

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Friday, April 7, 2006 9:12 PM

RMMC


Quote:

Originally posted by Ruxton:
Am currently watching

-Bonanza
-Have Gun, Will Travel
-Jack Benny
-The Ed Sullivan Show
-Abbott & Costello
-The Three Stooges
-Gunsmoke


Hey, I need to add a few to that.
-Ernie Kovacs
-Jackie Gleason Show
-Maverick
Quote:


Oops...wrong century!


That's purely a matter of opinion.


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Saturday, April 8, 2006 4:45 AM

UNREGISTEREDCOMPANION


The Office (keep missing the damnthing so I have to keep buying episodes on iTunes!)

House

BSG

Dr. Who.

I am also currently shopping for more DVD box sets. We picked up Profit last week and watched them all (DAMN YOU FOX!). Now we are looking for a deal on the Mystery Science Theater dvds and also Futurama (Damn you ALL TO HELL FOX!).

Adult swim rocks...but I wish it was on earlier.

~~~~~
"Funny and sexy. You have no idea. And you never will."

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Saturday, April 8, 2006 5:01 AM

CHRISISALL


Quote:

Originally posted by Ruxton:
Am currently watching

-Bonanza
-Have Gun, Will Travel
-Jack Benny
-The Ed Sullivan Show
-Abbott & Costello
-The Three Stooges
-Gunsmoke

What? No Rawhide??
Rifleman?

Lone Ranger? Chrisisall

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Saturday, April 8, 2006 5:02 AM

DOWIE100


Not much just now.

24 Series 4 (on DVD)
Firefly (can't get enough of this lol)
Simpsons (though I getting sick of this now)
Poirot
Invasion

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Sunday, April 9, 2006 9:49 AM

RUXTON


RMMC,

Oh, yes. Maverick, too. I catch Gleason sometimes, but don't get Kovacs in my area. Only have rabbit ears, not even a rotating antenna.

And I tend to agree, it was the RIGHT century. No cussing on TV, etc.

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Sunday, April 9, 2006 9:51 AM

RUXTON


Chrisamigo
Fergot to mention The Rifleman. Don't get to see it too often; but never get Rawhide thisaway. Do like the theme song, though.

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Sunday, April 9, 2006 10:50 AM

KWICKO

"We'll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false." -- William Casey, Reagan's presidential campaign manager & CIA Director (from first staff meeting in 1981)


The West Wing (I was a Government major in college, so I *love* seeing how laws and compromises are made in the REAL world)

All of the Law&Order franchise shows (including Conviction)

Thief

Heist (Does it strike anyone else as odd that TWO shows about gangs of thieves out for the Big Score happened to come out at the same time?)

Bones (Wasn't crazy about it at first, but it's definitely growing on me)

My Name Is Earl

The Office

Gilmore Girls (Talk about a guilty pleasure... but it's witty and snarky, and I usually dig the music used in it. Oh, and the guy who plays Kirk was in an Angel episode, and Danny Strong - Jonathan from Buffy - is on the show as well)

When those aren't on, I'll likely as not watch a DVD - Buffy, Angel, or Firefly.

Mike

A baby seal walks into a club...

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Sunday, April 9, 2006 11:32 AM

CHRISISALL


Quote:

Originally posted by Ruxton:
The Rifleman.

That and Wild Wild West were the first westerns I saw growing up, but "Danger, Danger" and "That's illogical" were the first phrases I learned from two other obscure TV shows...

Sixties Chrisisall

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Sunday, April 9, 2006 1:01 PM

WHISPER


Two must sees:
1) Veronica Mars- best show on tv right now, imho. Hey even Joss got all fanboy over it!

2) Grey's Anatomy

Sometimes I'll catch:

1) Close to Home- pretty much just to see Christian Kane (Lindsey McDonald off of Angel), but it's a pretty decent show.

2)House- really like this show but hardly ever home for it.

3)Bones- another one that i like but on at the same time as Veronica Mars.

4) American Inventor- the crap people come up with is either incredibly ingenious or hilariously dumb.

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Sunday, April 9, 2006 1:42 PM

RMMC


Ruxton,

I'll admit I haven't been able to watch Ernie Kovacs in awhile, but I have faith that it'll roll around on one of the PBS 'round here.

So what's your favorite Gleason skit? I think mine's between the Poor Soul and Joe the bartender.

Gee, I thought I was the only one here just using the rabbit ears, having told Comcast where they could put their ineffectual cable. By the time I told them this over half the channels I was paying for didn't come in because their equiptment was old and the signal was too degraded by being split so many times (I live in an apartment.) Their answer was that I should convert to digital (and give them even more money. As if.)

I'm fortunate in where I am, as I can pick up three major markets TV wise (Detroit, Windsor, ON and Toledo.) So at the moment I get 3 PBS channels, 1 WB, WI & Pax, and 2 of everything else (ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, CBC).

Ah, yes, the days when TV had to be funny on basis of decent writing, not on jokes about bodily functions and other crudities. I remember those days. *ponder* 'Course in the old days I wouldn't have gotten a naked Mal, either. I suppose one must pay a price for certain improvements.

And about the several mentions of the Rifleman...I still remember catching an ep of that dubbed in French-Canadian. That was...interesting. ("Papa! Papa! Papa!")

I think we also forgot the Avengers in here, somewhere. Mustn't forget Steed and Mrs. Peel.



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Sunday, April 9, 2006 2:07 PM

RUXTON


RMMC,
I'd go with Gleason and the Poor Soul, but both were just great, and so superior to what passes for humor in most shows today.

One mustn't forget Napoleon Solo and Ilya Kuryakin, and I wonder how many NCIS watchers got the joke by Mark Harmon on what "Ducky" looked like as a youngster. (Harmon said he looked like Ilya Kuryakin, who of course was played by David McCallum.)

The Rifleman was mentioned recently by Letterman (I think) when he showed the beginning rapid-fire rifle work by Chuck Connors, and then panned up to his face, which had Dick Cheney's face superimposed. A good TV moment, I thought.

And yes, I watched the Masters today, in the "current" century.

Oh, and I can do without Mal naked, thank you.

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Sunday, April 9, 2006 2:53 PM

RMMC


Ruxton,

Agreed about Gleason. I'm one of the few people I know who just couldn't understand why folks think Seinfeld is funny. Monty Python is funny. Seinfeld is what's stuck to the bottom of one's shoe.

Oh..speaking of Ilya and Napoleon, S1 of UNCLE is due out on DVD July 25th.

I don't watch NCIS so I missed that one, but am now giggling about it. Thanks.

I haven't watched anything today as of yet. Sunday tends to be busy and when I finally got home, I wandered on over here. Later I may *gasp* read a book.

Yeah, naked Mal isn't to everyone's taste, but I'm thinkin' you appreciated Inara's sponge bath and Kaylee's first visit on the boat in Out of Gas which is entirely understandable. Joss is very nice about supplying eye candy for everyone.

Hmmm...maybe we should start a classic TV thread.

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Sunday, April 9, 2006 3:52 PM

THEJEAN


1. CSI
2. Supernatural, which poses a conundrum because it is on at the same time as CSI.
3. The Simpsons.
4. Bones.
5. House
6. Medium.
7. Grey's Anatomy.

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Monday, April 10, 2006 9:46 AM

RUXTON


RMMC,

Ye said: "...maybe we should start a classic TV thread."

I think it's been done. I remember recalling all sorts of old radio shows for a thread some months back. A geezer thread? May have been.

And personally, I'd rather look at River's legs than Inara naked. I prefer slim women. Always have, but one big exception is Kristen Miller, who has a similar build to "Inara."

Odd you mentioned Seinfeld. For two entire shows, on different occasions, I sat through Seinfeld, and never so much as cracked a smile. But that show was all the rage with some folks I used to work with, so gave it a shot. Now, I'd rather shoot it.

But Python...!! Just the thought of John Cleese's silly walk makes me laugh. And remember...nobody EXPECTS the Spanish Inquisition!

[I too far prefer reading to most of the crap on TV today.]

Long time ago I was a great fan of Gunsmoke, and clearly recall the episodes directed by Ida Lupino were generally the darkest, and also the most realistic of the series. Never liked Dennis Weaver, tho. Not in anything.

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Monday, April 10, 2006 10:30 AM

GORRAMREEVER


1. Lost
2. House
3. Futurama

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Monday, April 10, 2006 11:24 AM

KAYNA

I love my captain


I have one to add to my list! I can't believe I forgot this. It goes under the heading of shows I like but often miss because of class.

Criminal Minds

And this is random but every time I see that show I start thinking "My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die."

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Op: You're fighting a war you've already lost.
Mal: Yeah, well I'm known for that.

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Monday, April 10, 2006 12:16 PM

RMMC


Ruxton,

Oops...I was a bad little browncoat. After I posted that, I did start a geezer TV thread without checking the archives.

Nothing wrong with liking the pretty slim ladies. I was just worried I had offended you. If I did, I'm very sorry.

I'm with ya in regards to Seinfeld...and Friends for that matter. Two shows I've just sat in bewilderment trying to figure out just why folks were watching it, and not even getting a glimmer of an idea. (Ooo...shooting Seinfeld. I'm likin' that idea. )

Ah, Python. I starting watching that when my age was still in single digits. A year later my mother decided to see what we kids were watching and the ep she saw was... Full Frontal Nudity. I think England heard the fuss she made about that. My fav skits are Twit of the Year ('Nigel has just run himself over! What a great twit!')and The Lumberjack Song. And Crunchy Frog...and Pet Shop and Dennis Moore and...

Ah, the reading bug bit as one of my favorite authors (Elizabeth Peters) just had a new release. I'm in the midst of devouring it.

I was a bit young for Gunsmoke first run, but I did catch reruns here and there along with the Big Valley. Liked 'em both, but I kinda preferred Dennis Weaver in McCloud. The person I never liked in anything he did was Roger Moore. Loathed him especially in the Saint (I'd read those books and was vastly disappointed in hids portrayal), Maverick and the Bond movies.

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Monday, April 10, 2006 12:43 PM

JONESTEIN


In defense of "Seinfeld", I'm equally amazed at those who DIDN'T like or get the show...it's the same dumbfounded feeling I get when folks tell me they don't like/get "Firefly" or "Arrested Development". IMHO, "Seinfeld" was absolutely brilliant and I consider it the best sitcom EVER. But hey, different strokes, etc.

My current viewing list, in no particular order favorite-wise:

1. The Office
2. My Name is Earl
3. Family Guy
4. South Park
5. Dr. Who
6. Veronica Mars
7. The Simpsons
8. The Daily Show & Colbert Report (they're practically one hour-long show for me)
9. The Showbiz Show
10. Battlestar Gallactica, though it technically isn't "on" at the moment.

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Monday, April 10, 2006 8:08 PM

RUXTON


RMMC,

I'm a lumberjack and I'm ok,
I sleep all night and I work all day.
...
I chop down trees, I skip and jump, I like to press wild flowers.
I dress up in women's clothes and hang out at the bars!
.
.
.

And now all he has to do to win the Greatest Twit award is to shoot himself. He missed!

And then there's fish slapping....

And the unending quest for a bit of cheese, any cheese.


[NO, you didn't offend me in the slightest.]

Again, odd you mentioned "Friends," which I also can't stand. Are we on a roll, or what?

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Monday, April 10, 2006 11:34 PM

FROMTHEDARK


I spend most of my time doing VCE work, traineeship work and going out to many many 18ths but when im not doing that, i watch:
~Dead Like Me (when its on...)
~Ren and Stimpy...
~The Dudesons
~CSI
But mostly at the moment i've taken to watching my dvd's:
~Serenity
~Firefly
~Buffy
~Dark Angel
doesnt leave much time for anything else


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Tuesday, April 11, 2006 1:38 AM

J6NGO1977


Well I only watch particular TV programmes. Like these:

1: House
2: Shipwrecked (ok its reality TV but its the only decent 1 there is. I want to be there!)
3: Curb Your Enthusiasm
4: My Name is Earl
5: Interesting History/Science documentries
6: Simpsons (re-runs and new)

DVD.
1: Firefly
2: Serenity
3: Red Dwarf
4: Star Wars

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Tuesday, April 11, 2006 2:11 AM

RAVENHAIR


My husband got me started on 24. And b/c of Firefly/Serenity I've been catching episodes of Buffy and Angel. I should do it right and watch the shows by seasons.

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