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Offline THE QUEEN!!!

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a tedious "Twilight Zone"? My whole world is crumbling!
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Star Trek TOS. I'm on The Menagerie Part 1. Oh Capt Pike, we hardly knew ye


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Dead Like Me Season 1 disc 1

Decided to give this show a try.

Pretty funny.

Has a kind of Dougles Adams feel to it.


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Oh now I'm on the first episode with chekov!!!!


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I would like to mention I'm 14 episodes in and kirk hasn't boned anything!


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When I get ready in the morning, I usually have either Gilmore Girls or Pushing Daisies playing on the DVD player in my room. It helps me develop my girlish whimsy for the day.  :-*

Of course, once I get enough money the second season of Star Trek: TNG will help keep Lorelai and Ned company.
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When I get ready in the morning, I usually have either Gilmore Girls or Pushing Daisies playing on the DVD player in my room. It helps me develop my girlish whimsy for the day.  :-*

Would it be wrong of me to admit my love for the Gilmore Girls (yet again)? 

Oh, and RIP, Pushing Daisies.   :'(


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Would it be wrong of me to admit my love for the Gilmore Girls (yet again)? 

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Oh, and RIP, Pushing Daisies.   :'(

Yes, one of those sad cases where a series really does live up to its name.

Nice to see that Anna Friel is still getting work, though.
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Add Netflix streaming...

I streamed series 1 of The IT Crowd, a British show -- I must say that it had me teary-eyed (with laughter) on several occasions.  It borders on cheesy and over-the-top at times... but in a good way.





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I'm watching more Shaun the Sheep from Netflix. As soon as it comes out in season sets, I'm getting them.

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Offline THE QUEEN!!!

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just saw a few episodes of HOUSE for the first time---brilliant performance by Hugh who will always be the Prince Regent and Wooster to me :)

Also watched some Animaniacs--why don't they make them this good anymore? Hilarious for kids and adults, educational but not preachy, entertaining to the last drop (except buttons and mindy). how I miss the good shows
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The entirity of Extras

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Season/Series two of Jonathan Creek

I'd forgotten how The Problems at Gallows Gate was resolved so that was even more fun to watch. :)
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Oh, my turn again.

Dr Who: Carnival of Monsters

Thrill as the Doctor faces the terrifying glove puppets of doom, groan as you endure the tedium of Jo. Actually one of my all time favourite stories, I just don't get the whole Katy Manning thing, I should have listened to her audio commentary but I couldn't be bothered (now one by Lis Sladen, that I'll always listen to)

One of the best things on the DVD is the little bit of test footage the BBC produced about chroma key; it's interesting to hear the producer speculating about one day making entire movies without sets in the traditional sense.
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We just started on the first season of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and we just finished up season one of Deadwood.
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In the summer I always break out the DVD set collections & kick netflix into high gear.  I just finished re-watching ST Voyager after starting the series from the beginning two summers ago.  I've started on season three of Next Generation (not really interested in re-watching the first two seasons. Season 3 is where it really started to get good).  I'm also finally getting back to The Shield after two years off. I just started season 4.  It's a little hard to jump back into but I remember all the bigger plot points and I rewatched the last disc of season 3 to refresh my memory. Also started on season five of Rockford Files and am finishing up season one of Magnum P.I.  I've always loved Rockford Files and have finally started to appreciate Magnum, although it's no Rockford.   I also started watching Nip/Tuck season two after watching season one two years ago.  And I'm also still working on season five of Mission Impossible and season one of Gunsmoke.  I like new shows too, honest,  but when I purchase DVDs I usually stick with old shows because most of my new shows I DVR during the tv season and watch them then.  I'm a huge LOST nut and kept telling everybody I was going to re-watch the whole series over the summer in preperation of the final season in Jan. but with all this other crap I'm watching it doesn't look good for LOST.