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Television Shows you are watching on TV or DVD now.

Postby zacher2005 » 11 Mar 2011 21:34

What I am watching that is currently on TV now..

Intervention ( I love documentries about human behavior)
V (see my thread were I admit is sucks..but adicitive)
Lights Out (Show about a boxer on FX)
Southland (I think it just ended this season, real gritty cop show about LAPD)
Hard Time ( National Geographic documentry show on Prison)
Law and Order SVU (bad acting, but addicted to it sense I started watching it on DVD in Iraq years ago)
Friday Night fights, Fighting Words with Mike Straka, Inside MMA (boxing or MMA shows I watching on Fridays)
Big Love (Great show on HBO that is sadly on its last season)
Shamless ( Great show that is on Showtime now)


Watch I am watching on DVD now

A very good suspense show called Damages about a LAw Firm ran by this cut throat female who is in charge of a civil suite against a millionare. Great show I recomend to everyone.

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Postby Mandy » 11 Mar 2011 21:44

It's always so hard to remember everything..

Shameless
Castle
V
The Good Wife
Community
Mr Sunshine
Real Time
The Soup
An Idiot Abroad (finale is Saturday in the US)
Stargate Universe
The Daily Show
The Colbert Report
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Postby zacher2005 » 11 Mar 2011 21:47

Mandy wrote:It's always so hard to remember everything..

Shameless
Castle
V
The Good Wife
Community
Mr Sunshine
Real Time
The Soup
An Idiot Abroad (finale is Saturday in the US)
Stargate Universe
The Daily Show
The Colbert Report



I watch Real TIme, even though I am a Republican I liek Marer because I think he exagerates to get laughs, but some of his guest annoy me.

BTW once the Dark Tower show starts it will beat everything on every list.

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Postby Lawliet » 11 Mar 2011 21:49

I like Law and Order SVU too. Some episodes get a bit boring though.
I've been watching House since it started. I never miss an episode.
Dexter is very entertaining. Love it.
Sometimes i watch Castle. But when i look at Nathan Fillion i get Firefly nostalgia :(
I've seen Shameless (english version) and i wasn't very impressed.
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Postby zacher2005 » 11 Mar 2011 21:58

Lawliet wrote:I like Law and Order SVU too. Some episodes get a bit boring though.
I've been watching House since it started. I never miss an episode.
Dexter is very entertaining. Love it.
Sometimes i watch Castle. But when i look at Nathan Fillion i get Firefly nostalgia :(
I've seen Shameless (english version) and i wasn't very impressed.



Dexter is great too, I think if they wanted to they could do a Dune show like they are planning with Dark Tower

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Postby Ampoliros » 11 Mar 2011 23:02

I've always felt like Dune (first book) is almost perfectly mapped out to be done in an hour long episode format. Give maybe 1-2 seasons for the first book, and then a season each for Dune Messiah and Children. Then have a miniseries GEOD to branch into the Heretics/Chapterhouse books.

I'm going back and catching up on X-files, since I never really watched it religiously. Its so obvious from season 2 that Scully and Mulder are in love. I'd forgotten how many great one-off episodes are in the series.

I think next on the list might be firefly (again)
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Postby zacher2005 » 11 Mar 2011 23:15

Ampoliros wrote:I've always felt like Dune (first book) is almost perfectly mapped out to be done in an hour long episode format. Give maybe 1-2 seasons for the first book, and then a season each for Dune Messiah and Children. Then have a miniseries GEOD to branch into the Heretics/Chapterhouse books.

I'm going back and catching up on X-files, since I never really watched it religiously. Its so obvious from season 2 that Scully and Mulder are in love. I'd forgotten how many great one-off episodes are in the series.

I think next on the list might be firefly (again)



IIRC the mid seasons of X Files were best, I watched them on dvd in 03.

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Postby Robspierre » 11 Mar 2011 23:57

DVD/Blu Ray/Apple TV

True Blood
Mad Men
Sarah Connor Chronicles
Chuck
Dollhouse
Glee
The Pacific
Veronica Mars
Gossip Girl
Firefly
Deadwood
Secret Diary of a Call Girl
Alias
Battlestar Galactica
Caprica
Legend of the Seeker
Nip/Tuck
Cleopatra 2525
Buffy TVS
Angel
Rome
The Avengers(Emma Peel Collection)
The L Word
Star Trek TOS
Dead Like Me
Big Love
The Walking Dead
Blue Mountain State
Survivors
Black Adder
Robotech
The Office (BBC Version)
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century
MIstresses
She-Ra
Swingtown
Cowboy Bepop
Bad Girls (BBC)
Babylon 5
Defying Gravity
Big O

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Postby Hunchback Jack » 12 Mar 2011 03:07

I don't watch much TV, but shows I'll watch if I catch them are:

House (yes, still. Hugh Laurie is *still* superb).
Grey's Anatomy (or "House for Chicks", as my wife calls it).
Bones (or, "House, but with Dead People", as I call it)
Lie to Me (or "House, except with an English guy doing an English guy instead of an American guy", as I call it).

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Postby D Pope » 12 Mar 2011 03:17

:lol:
I've seen House, I keep expecting him to call for Jeeves.
Not that he's not doing a good job...
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Postby Hunchback Jack » 12 Mar 2011 03:34

Hey, excellent that you know that show, D Pope.

I'm a fan of Stephen Fry - Jeeves to Laurie's Wooster - I must admit. Mostly via Youtube, tho.

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Postby D Pope » 12 Mar 2011 03:48

I agree, that ol' boy needs more work in the states. He did a good job in Vendetta but outside that I think i've only seen him in hairy BBC clips.
Leto II is gone for good, except for OM. The "pearl" was just that; a miniscule portion of what Leto was, and not a compressed version of the whole. The pearl that the worms have do not make them Leto, or in any way similar to him.
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Postby SadisticCynic » 12 Mar 2011 07:29

I love House as well, but I don't get to watch it; I have no TV. :(

I'm watching through Spartacus: Gods of the Arena online though... :shhh: I mean to watch Firefly someday as well. Serenity was great and I want to share in the disappointment (of it being cancelled). Big Bang Theory is another great show I mostly miss.

When I'm at home on the weekends I watch NCIS as well. I think it's amazing anyone can watch Law & Order; the pretentious moralising drives me insane.

I mostly gave up on TV quite awhile back, so much of it is just so Bad. I keep my eyes open for anything interesting though.
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Postby Lawliet » 12 Mar 2011 15:04

I love How i met your mother and Big Bang theory, or The Sheldon Show, as i call it. And i forgot to add Breaking Bad, one of the best things on television right now. Highly recommend it.
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Postby Serkanner » 12 Mar 2011 15:17

The big bang theory
Outcasts
Spartacus
Dog whisperer
30 Rock
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Postby Eyes High » 12 Mar 2011 19:46

Glee,
The Big Bang Theory,
Emergency,
Wolfman Mac's Chiller Drive-In

And when I can:
Adam 12,
Bones,
Crimnal Minds,
Cold Case Files,
Harry's Law,
Hawaii 5-0, (new one)
Law & Order, (any series)
Marcus Welby MD,
Quincy ME,

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Postby JustSomeGuy » 13 Mar 2011 01:29

The Wire.
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Postby Robspierre » 13 Mar 2011 01:31

I forgot Krod Mandoon, bloody hilarious!

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Postby TheDukester » 13 Mar 2011 16:06

Archer.

Justified.
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Postby chanilover » 13 Mar 2011 18:38

Being Human (bit silly but fun to watch)
Family Guy
American Dad

Basically Sunday night TV.
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Postby Mandy » 13 Mar 2011 20:28

Robspierre wrote:I forgot Krod Mandoon, bloody hilarious!

Rob


I loved that show!
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Postby Robspierre » 13 Mar 2011 22:02

Mandy wrote:
Robspierre wrote:I forgot Krod Mandoon, bloody hilarious!

Rob


I loved that show!


Bring me my pagan goat pants!

But Krod, he made ponzu, that is like the least evil of the sauces.

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Postby SandChigger » 15 Mar 2011 09:51

Deadliest Catch (coming on as I type).
Fringe (just finished)
Law & Order: SVU & Criminal Intent
House (but currently rerunning the season dubbed in Japanese with English subtitle; only watching the ones I missed)
UFO Hunters & Ghost Lab (just so I can hoot & throw things at the tube)
Haven
Big Bang Theory
Two and a Half Men
True Blood
+ almost everything on Discovery & "NatiGeo"

(The Tudors just wrapped up a few weeks ago. Rather enjoyed that, if it was overly bloodly.)

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Postby Omphalos » 15 Mar 2011 12:21

My boy scared himself to death this morning watching a show called "Zombie Crocs" on NatGeo. I woke up hearing, I thought, a cat whining outside. Turned out to be my boy out in the sala, huddled under three blankets and rolled into a ball with only one eye pointing to the TV. I told him to turn it off and he said, "but Dad, zombie crocs aren't undead. They just have no control of their brains, so it's not too bad for kids." So I laughed and let him watch and when it was over he ran into bed with me and the Mouse.

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Postby SandChigger » 15 Mar 2011 21:10

Omphalos wrote:out in the sala

The Chisra Sala? :shock:

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