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Re: TV Show of the Moment

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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby OutsideIn » 3 January 2021, 04:48

I watched the season finale of His Dark Materials. A lot of people died this season.
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby OutsideIn » 10 January 2021, 15:07

Why didn’t anyone tell me Derry Girls was so funny?
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby Marmaduke » 10 January 2021, 15:11

OutsideIn wrote:Why didn’t anyone tell me Derry Girls was so funny?

Nobody else thought that was the case
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby OutsideIn » 10 January 2021, 15:23

Marmaduke wrote:Nobody else thought that was the case

Sorry, I had assumed that the post implied that it excluded British opinions since a sense of humor was required.

(Kidding! Calm down! Don’t spill your tea!)
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby OutsideIn » 2 February 2021, 05:37

I have been watching How To Get Away With Murder. It is one of those “guilty pleasure” shows with insane plot twists that make me laugh.

I could really use a comedy right now. Really, I should be asleep, but since I can’t sleep, a good laugh would be nice.
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby Severelius » 2 February 2021, 13:05

Got myself back into a comic book obsessed mood so I'm back to trying to catch up with all of CW's Arrowverse shows. Which right now means finishing season 5 of Legends of Tomorrow and then ploughing through 2 and a half seasons of Arrow.
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby René » 23 February 2021, 00:31

Years and Years

Also Star Trek: Discovery, and recently watched Star Trek: Lower Decks, which was very funny. We also started watching TNG, but that didn't meet Brenden's quality standards. :nag:
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby Severelius » 23 February 2021, 01:00

René wrote:We also started watching TNG, but that didn't meet Brenden's quality standards. :nag:

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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby Nicholas » 25 February 2021, 17:05

I just finished binge watching "Kim's Convenience" on Netflix. Very gentle comedy but it made me laugh.
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby poolerboy0077 » 25 February 2021, 17:53

Everyone needs to stop what they’re doing and watch Money Heist.

I would recommend watching it with subtitles as opposed to the dub to get the full emotions in their voices. It’s honestly up there with Homeland. That’s how good it is!
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby René » 25 February 2021, 23:53

Severelius wrote:
René wrote:We also started watching TNG, but that didn't meet Brenden's quality standards. :nag:

:monocle:

I think Stargate, Battlestar Galactica and Babylon 5 spoiled him. Kind of like how I never really enjoyed a new (to me) RPG again after playing Chrono Trigger and Golden Sun for the first time.
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby Severelius » 26 February 2021, 00:21

René wrote:
Severelius wrote:
René wrote:We also started watching TNG, but that didn't meet Brenden's quality standards. :nag:

:monocle:

I think Stargate, Battlestar Galactica and Babylon 5 spoiled him. Kind of like how I never really enjoyed a new (to me) RPG again after playing Chrono Trigger and Golden Sun for the first time.

Are we talking original Battlestar or re-imagined 2000s Battlestar here? Cause one I can understand lifting someone's standards for sci-fi, the other very much not.
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby René » 26 February 2021, 00:44

Severelius wrote:
René wrote:
Severelius wrote:
René wrote:We also started watching TNG, but that didn't meet Brenden's quality standards. :nag:

:monocle:

I think Stargate, Battlestar Galactica and Babylon 5 spoiled him. Kind of like how I never really enjoyed a new (to me) RPG again after playing Chrono Trigger and Golden Sun for the first time.

Are we talking original Battlestar or re-imagined 2000s Battlestar here? Cause one I can understand lifting someone's standards for sci-fi, the other very much not.

The reimagined one. We never saw the original.
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby Severelius » 26 February 2021, 01:17

René wrote:
Severelius wrote:
René wrote:
Severelius wrote:
René wrote:We also started watching TNG, but that didn't meet Brenden's quality standards. :nag:

:monocle:

I think Stargate, Battlestar Galactica and Babylon 5 spoiled him. Kind of like how I never really enjoyed a new (to me) RPG again after playing Chrono Trigger and Golden Sun for the first time.

Are we talking original Battlestar or re-imagined 2000s Battlestar here? Cause one I can understand lifting someone's standards for sci-fi, the other very much not.

The reimagined one. We never saw the original.

Then I slightly understand he may have a point because the reimagined Battlestar is one of my favourite TV shows.

Still can't forgive him for not liking TNG though. Like, I can understand it... but I don't approve of it. :lol:
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby René » 26 February 2021, 02:27

Severelius wrote:
René wrote:
Severelius wrote:
René wrote:
Severelius wrote:
René wrote:We also started watching TNG, but that didn't meet Brenden's quality standards. :nag:

:monocle:

I think Stargate, Battlestar Galactica and Babylon 5 spoiled him. Kind of like how I never really enjoyed a new (to me) RPG again after playing Chrono Trigger and Golden Sun for the first time.

Are we talking original Battlestar or re-imagined 2000s Battlestar here? Cause one I can understand lifting someone's standards for sci-fi, the other very much not.

The reimagined one. We never saw the original.

Then I slightly understand he may have a point because the reimagined Battlestar is one of my favourite TV shows.

Still can't forgive him for not liking TNG though. Like, I can understand it... but I don't approve of it. :lol:

I know exactly what you mean. :P
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby OutsideIn » 26 February 2021, 02:40

It's hard to watch an older show like TNG after watching something more dark and serious like BSG reboot. It can seem silly by comparison.
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby Severelius » 26 February 2021, 02:59

Man I really need to rewatch Battlestar Galactica...
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby René » 26 February 2021, 03:02

Severelius wrote:Man I really need to rewatch Battlestar Galactica...

I'm not really interested in rewatching it. Too much of a downer... kinda one tragedy/setback after another, isn't it? I remember at one point I was sure things had gotten so bad, they'd be reset at the end of the episode in any normal sci-fi show. But they weren't. Things were just... really terrible. :lol:
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby Severelius » 26 February 2021, 03:10

René wrote:
Severelius wrote:Man I really need to rewatch Battlestar Galactica...

I'm not really interested in rewatching it. Too much of a downer... kinda one tragedy/setback after another, isn't it? I remember at one point I was sure things had gotten so bad, they'd be reset at the end of the episode in any normal sci-fi show. But they weren't. Things were just... really terrible. :lol:

I mean yeah it's not a cheerful lift-your-spirits show but it's just brilliant and I haven't watched it through in many, many years.
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