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Re: What TV shows are you watching at the moment?
« Reply #360 on: 05-03-2012, 18:03:44 »
Eastbound and Down today.

Best episode so far this season. It was almost too epic.

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Re: What TV shows are you watching at the moment?
« Reply #361 on: 05-03-2012, 21:03:39 »
Just finished watching yesterdays episode of Top Gear. Quite nice
Jeremy driving around in 2 badass cars (powered by BMW and Rolls Royce Meteor) was quite entertaining.
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Re: What TV shows are you watching at the moment?
« Reply #362 on: 13-03-2012, 17:03:52 »
I didn't like the way HBO dumbed down Tyrion in the battle scenes. He was actually pretty good with an axe, but in the series he was just comic relief. Otherwise he was decently portrayed as the smart "good" Lannister that he is.*

I just hope that they made the Battle of the Blackwater well. Dumbing down Tyrion in that battle would require stupidity of one kind.


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Looks like there is hope; series 2 episode 9, titled "Blackwater", is written by George R. R. Martin himself ;D

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Re: What TV shows are you watching at the moment?
« Reply #363 on: 13-03-2012, 17:03:40 »
South Park Season 16 begins tomorrow.
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Re: What TV shows are you watching at the moment?
« Reply #364 on: 14-03-2012, 19:03:08 »
Midsomer Murders is Back!! Now with cousin John Barnaby (with his dog Sykes).
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Re: What TV shows are you watching at the moment?
« Reply #365 on: 14-03-2012, 22:03:14 »
I just watched Firefly and the movie Serenity for the first time and all I can say is DAMMIT JOSS WHEDON make this series come back !!!!!11
First 5 minutes I thought it would be utter crap, but then I got hooked, it's amazing cowboys in space can actually be very cool.


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Re: What TV shows are you watching at the moment?
« Reply #366 on: 14-03-2012, 22:03:54 »
Midsomer Murders is Back!! Now with cousin John Barnaby (with his dog Sykes).
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Re: What TV shows are you watching at the moment?
« Reply #367 on: 14-03-2012, 22:03:44 »
That reminds me; I haven't seen the latest series of Lewis.
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Re: What TV shows are you watching at the moment?
« Reply #368 on: 21-03-2012, 19:03:03 »
The only show I really enjoy nowadays...

Eastbound and Down!

Kenny fucking Powers is back and this last season is darker then anything earlier but also fun as hell.

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Re: What TV shows are you watching at the moment?
« Reply #369 on: 21-03-2012, 19:03:28 »
Oh!

Watching The Sopranos for the first time. Enjoying every second.

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Re: What TV shows are you watching at the moment?
« Reply #370 on: 21-03-2012, 20:03:51 »
I just watched Firefly and the movie Serenity for the first time and all I can say is DAMMIT JOSS WHEDON make this series come back !!!!!11
First 5 minutes I thought it would be utter crap, but then I got hooked, it's amazing cowboys in space can actually be very cool.

Join us newfound brother, as we weep to the memory of lost Serenity.

You could also watch through Buffy/Angel for shits and giggles.

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Re: What TV shows are you watching at the moment?
« Reply #371 on: 21-03-2012, 22:03:13 »
And Dollhouse! Joss Whedon is the shit. Big fan, something which I've probably proclaimed several times before on this thread...  :)

Started out with Firefly not long after it came out (I will forever be grateful to my friend who introduced me to it). Then when, after Serenity, it became clear that there wasn't gonna be any more I watched Angel to get my newfound Joss Whedon fix. Was immediately sold. Still wasn't really up for trying Buffy but 2 years ago Dollhouse came out, and that was amazing too. Then last year finally watched Buffy. Loved it.

You also might want to try Dr Horrible Sing-along Blog. If you're into Whedon's stuff, you'll love every minute of it.

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Re: What TV shows are you watching at the moment?
« Reply #372 on: 22-03-2012, 14:03:46 »
Dollhouse was OK. Hot female leads though. mmm
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Re: What TV shows are you watching at the moment?
« Reply #373 on: 27-03-2012, 11:03:53 »
Eastbound and Down keeps delivering every Monday.

Mad Men is back, thank the mother of God! Double episodes as well.

Luck, heard mixed about it. Dustin Hoffman and Nick Nolte, why not?

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Re: What TV shows are you watching at the moment?
« Reply #374 on: 01-04-2012, 10:04:20 »
Started watching "Spartacus: Blood and Sand".
I´ve finished episode 4 and like it so far. The fights are pretty good and remind me of "300". The only thing I dislike a little about them is the unrealistic ammount of blood sometimes appearing. But I guess that only fits to the "Blood & Sand"-theme, so it´s alright.
Since it´s an HBO show there´s plenty of boobs and sex scenes, which I like, too.
I´m not sure how historically accurate the show is, since I´m no expert in ancient history, but despite the English language disfiguring Latin phrases and words, it feels quite authentic.
Ancient Romans weren´t known for their piety and "good manners", so it shows how they passed their free-time quite well: Feasts, fights for life and death, wine and public sex.

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