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Dwayne Gassmann
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Since a lot of the shows that I follow, I follow exclusively on DVD, I thought a TV edition of this thread seemed appropriate.

TORCHWOOD - CHILDREN OF EARTH. Disc 2. Kind of disappointing after the build-up from the first disc. Felt like it dragged on.
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Paul Greer
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I've been watching TWO AND A HALF MEN. I am on Season 4, Disc 2.  At times this is a paint by numbers sitcom and there are times when it is extremely funny. Jon Cryer makes this a good show even when the material is weak. 
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We're getting ready to start DESPARATE HOUSEWIVES Season 2 Disc 5. We just finished the 4th disc last night.

I actually really enjoying the show.

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Flavio Sapha
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Posted: 08 February 2010 at 6:29pm | IP Logged | 4 post reply

CIVILIZATION - disc one
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John Leach
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Posted: 08 February 2010 at 6:33pm | IP Logged | 5 post reply

Watched the "Hard Rock" episode of the Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. a couple weeks ago.  Aaron Viva cracks me up every time.
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ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT; I watched seasons one and two as a marathon over a 2 day period.  Just as hilarious each time I watch it.
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Watching through WONDERFALLS right now. Quirky and fun, although not nearly as good as PUSHING DAISIES.
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X-FILES. I'm up to Season 3.
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TWISTED TOYFAIR THEAT,,,  Oops! I mean ROBOT CHICKEN STAR WARS volume 2.

"Boba's got a lightsaber!"

Love It! Breckin Meyer is one of my new heroes.
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Not quite a disc--since it comes from Netflix free streaming--but last night I watched a four-ep "Doctor Who" story w/Tom Baker called "City of Death." Very cool, actually, and rather less campy than many of the Baker shows I remembered. You've got a fairly cool looking alien who goes back to the beginning of time to change human history in a scene that reminded me quite a bit of the Picard/Q exchange in "Next Gen's" last ep. And best of all, there's even a cameo by none other than John Cleese! Grade: A-.
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Doctor Who: The Visitation. 
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Hogan's Heroes, season one.
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a four-ep "Doctor Who" story w/Tom Baker called "City of Death."

My favorite line from that show: "You're a beautiful woman, probably..."
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Dwayne Gassmann
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COUPLING, SEASON ONE - Suggested in the British TV thread. I remember watching it on BBC America back in the day. Very funny. Laughed out loud a lot. Going into the second series next.
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Posted: 09 February 2010 at 10:36am | IP Logged | 15 post reply

About to start The X-Files, season 7.
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Derek Cavin
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Charile Brown Valentine
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Chris Hutton
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Californication.
The various V minis and series are up next.
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LAND OF THE LOST -- just finished Season 3. 

Seasons 1 and 2 were MUCH better stories than I remembered, with some great writers (including Larry Niven!).  Found it interesting that they actually got out of the Land of the Lost at the end of Season 1 . . . then Season 2 came along and it was like the final episode of Season 1 had never occurred.  Not a problem conceptually -- those Season 2 episodes could have been "in-between" days that weren't documented in Season 1, then Season 3 came along and the father ("Rick Marshall") was replaced by their uncle.

Interesting series overall.

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I was re-watching the first season of "The Big Bang Theory", the episodes still crack me up, especially the Halloween party episode - Leonard, "That's right, you saw what you saw.  That's how we roll in the Shire."
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The Spectacular Spider-Man: The Complete First Season

Cute show, with a lot of good humour and a very diverse supporting cast that never feels overbearing or short-shifted. I enjoy the action and the way it uses subplots is quite enjoyable. 

I think it just might be the best Spider-Man cartoon ever, though I'll withhold that judgement until the complete second season comes out hopefully before Christmas. 
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I'm juggling 4 different box sets at the moment, two I have no problem mentioning:

EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND: Season Four

THE INCREDIBLE HULK: Season Three

 

Shame-faced guilty pleasures:

BUCK ROGERS IN THE 25TH CENTURY and GALACTICA 1980

*cough*

 

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Doctor Who: The Five Doctors.
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I've been watching TWO AND A HALF MEN. I am on Season 4, Disc 2.  Attimes this is a paint by numbers sitcom and there are times when it isextremely funny. Jon Cryer makes this a good show even when thematerial is weak.

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What I like about the show is its a schlocky sitcom thats not ashamed to be a schlocky sitcom. Its why I can watch it when I have far less tolerance for shows like Cougar Town or Modern Family.
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FREAKS AND GEEKS - THE COMPLETE SERIES, Disc 1

This disc contains the first 3 episodes. After 3, not too impressed. Most of the characters are annoying in some way. Not going to give up on it though. 
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Freaks and Geeks is one of my all-time favorite shows ever.
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