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Re: I know its a Watch Forum but What TV do you watch

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Mostly mindless TV includes:
How I Met Your Mother
Family Guy
Iron Chef America
Diners, Drive ins and Dives
Archer
All sorts of sports, particularly ice hockey and American football

Slightly more mindful TV includes:
Mad Men
Game of Thrones

Shows that I plan to watch eventually:
Breaking Bad
Luck
The Wire

Shows that I gave up on with much sadness:
Battlestar Galactica
True Blood

Also, as far as fantasy goes, Game of Thrones is relatively low magic. The books (at least the first three) are some of the most engaging, grown up "fantasy" that I've read. Hope that the show can hold up.
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Tried to put a "youtube" link in here - it didn't work :oops: :thumbdown:
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Re: I know its a Watch Forum but What TV do you watch

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village wrote:
androo wrote:Tend not to watch anything that is done as a series as I work shifts and end up missing a part or two.
I work shifts as well....Sky+ is your friend.
Failing that,as you say,buy the DVD from Amazon and flog it on afterwards....or rent them. I've just bought Sons Of Anarchy on DVD for that exact reason, and got the two series of Sherlock (superb by the way) from my Tesco DVD rental account.
Only have bog standard Sky, happy with that to be honest. Never enough good stuff on to be that worried and things like the IT crowd and Alan partridge will put on and watch all the way through so cost wise aint bad.

Also enjoyed the new Battlestar. Bit peeved the last series was split in two due to a writers strike but they still charged the same as a full series.
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Thanks for the "how to" tips, JAG.
I've tried again, and again, following the instruction, but have to admit defeat :( :oops: :(
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Jammy Devil wrote:Thanks for the "how to" tips, JAG.
I've tried again, and again, following the instruction, but have to admit defeat :( :oops: :(
..but you have not yet begun to fight!!! :shock:
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JAG wrote:
Bones (On a Break)

Six Nations Rugby :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
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First Nice pun

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:lol: Big Bang Theory. ALcatraz. American Horror Story, Dexter, family guy, game of thrones, modern family, pawn stars, american pickers, shark tank, south park, spartacus, the walking dead, tosh, jersey shore, gold rush, storage wars, terra nova

And ALOT of movies :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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bones
greys anatomy
big bang
dexter
suits
harrys law
blue bloods
modern family
house
lie to me
how I met your mum
rizzoli & isles
game of thrones

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Don't have a lot of time to watch much TV, but if I do then it's;

News
Discovery Channel
History Channel
Geography Channel
Time Team
Top Gear (unless it's really stupid)
Mock the Week

so basically anything that isn't Dance/Ice/X/Talent/Jungle/Brother etc etc etc..... which are all just :silent: no, better not use those words!
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I just realized i had the geography channel this weekend.. and i watched "the great migration" and "deadliest journeys" all weekend :clap:
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Re: I know its a Watch Forum but What TV do you watch

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For Amor Vincit Omnia, he said he liked costume dramas !



Thanks for the "how to's" JAG. :clap: :clap: :clap: Simple when you know how :thumbup:
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Actually...talking about costume dramas,anyone watched The Tudors?
I thought it was superb & very enjoyable. Not completely historically accurate but pretty good nonetheless.
(plenty of bodice ripping as well 8) )
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Jammy Devil wrote:For Amor Vincit Omnia, he said he liked costume dramas !
Marvellous! :D :D :D
Damn' fine cast actually! Excuse my ignorance but where did this originate?
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Amor Vincit Omnia wrote:Marvellous! :D :D :D
Damn' fine cast actually! Excuse my ignorance but where did this originate?
Its from "Victoria Wood with all the Trimmings" 2000 Christmas Show.