What was the last TV show you watched?

Discussion in 'The Moving Picture' started by Lady Day, Sep 3, 2007.

  1. Touchofevil

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    The Phil Silvers Show
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  2. basbol13

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    Started watching Legit. starring Australian Comic Jim Jefferies funny, but definitely not the show for the kiddies. DJ Qualls , who you might recognize from Supernatural, and Dan Bakkedahl costar. It's funny from the get go and continues through the whole series, tackling anything and everything from drugs to gun control all in JJ's comedic style.
     
  3. MisterCairo

    MisterCairo I'll Lock Up

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    Finale of Hell on Wheels season three (looking fwd to continuing in the new year) and the latest episode of The Brink. Will also have to wait on that!
     
  4. Touchofevil

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    Wayward Pines and Daredevil
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  5. photogravity

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    Foyle's War on Netflix.


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  6. Stearmen

    Stearmen I'll Lock Up

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    Tiny House Hunters. I am not sure you would get away with putting one of those on a full size lot here!
     
  7. Touchofevil

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    I have watched a few episodes and it is definitely not the kind of house for me. During the winter months, I would go stir crazy. It might work if I had a really big garage.
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  8. UFC 189 prelims & PV
     
  9. Stearmen

    Stearmen I'll Lock Up

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    I was just joking with some of my friends about that today. How about a 900 Square Foot house with a 3500 Sq Ft garage! :)
     
  10. Notorious was glorious..!! :D;):cool:
     
  11. photogravity

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    Forsyte Saga on Netflix, the one from the early aughts.


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  12. AmateisGal

    AmateisGal I'll Lock Up

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    Men's finals at Wimbledon. What a match.
     
  13. Touchofevil

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    Not what I wanted at all. I really like Mendes and Connor makes it hard for me to root for him. I like him in some interviews, but then he talks so much trash, I like him about as much as I do any Mayweather. I don't think one single fight went the way I was hoping. I like Lawler, but was kind of rooting for MacDonald. Oh well.
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  14. AmateisGal

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    Episode 4 of Poldark. Best episode yet. Wow.
     
  15. Next season coaches of "The Ultimate Fighter' : Conner McGregor & Uriah Favor.
    Seriously....;)
     
  16. Touchofevil

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    Faber is my favorite. I have had the pleasure of hanging out and chatting with him on a few occasions and found him to be a great guy; very down to earth. I would love for him to destroy McGregor, but Conor is too big. That is not necessarily a match up I would like to see.
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  17. Touchofevil

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    Of course, McGregor has to get past Aldo and that will be a task. He has proven that he can overcome a top notch wrestler with power, but Aldo's knees and speed are vicious.
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  18. Big J

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    Part 2 of The Man in the High Castle.
    Love the idea of switching the novel for newsreels that show the Allies winning the war.
    I like the idea that it's a little divergent from the book (keeps it interesting), the book didn't reveal that the two story threads weren't occurring simultaneously until the end, but in the show they do. Can't imagine how the big reveal will go down.
    Interesting to see an alternative 1962 New York where if you're a white (presumably) Catholic male, you can retain a lot of 'entitlement' under even the Nazis (helps convey how so many bought into nazism, I guess).
    Rooting for the resistance, even though I know it's futile.

    Also, interesting to see a vision of America where the economic emphasis is on agriculture and heavy industry- virtually no consumerism and associated era 'pop' culture. Dark and drab.
     
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  19. Stearmen

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    Another episode of Tiny House Hunters. This one I got, living on Hawaii. I could do a tiny house, with a covered patio, and BBQ or grill, and a place for a motorcycle. I would spend most of my time out side, so just need a bathroom and a bed!
     
  20. Worf

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    I watched the Pilot, guess I'll have to see the rest now. Interesting premise, I'd read "Fatherland" and "SS GB so I've always been fascinated by alternative WWII histories. And of course I loved the last installment of "Castle Wolfenstein" which really showed an interesting future where Adolf's boy's had won the war.

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