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Unread postby Edward » 10 January 2013, 22:04

I love the new season of the Walking Dead, it's got a perfect balance of drama and action, every episode so far has been really good. I also love David Morrissey.
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby You Yisi » 11 January 2013, 04:22

The Walking Dead is really good this season. American Horror Story is also fantastic. Jessica Lange ♥

Also, Fringe and Dexter are both not what they used to be... I'll still watch it.

I'll always love Lost the most ♥ and in second place Avatar: The Last Airbender :P
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby Oscarsome » 11 January 2013, 06:58

You Yisi wrote:The Walking Dead is really good this season. American Horror Story is also fantastic. Jessica Lange ♥

Also, Fringe and Dexter are both not what they used to be... I'll still watch it.

I'll always love Lost the most ♥ and in second place Avatar: The Last Airbender :P

Ahh, Fringe is still lovely! I especially like this new season which is a very refreshing season. Especially after that past season, which was probably the weakest, it had a less than intriguing plot. New timeline? What? Sadly, it's the very ending of the series, but I think it has been a very compelling, emotional and exciting sci-fi TV show. One of the best of its kind!
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby DrD » 13 January 2013, 14:10

OK EVERYONE LISTEN TO ME RIGHT NOW

WATCH THIS SHOW CALLED "KINGS"

it's really great and it only ran for one season back in '09 but it's still a really fantastic one season
and it has one gay character who's super handsome but also really evil in a masculine way which is kind of a nice change to kurt from glee or the pair from modern family
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby moneyball03 » 13 January 2013, 18:29

It will always be Seinfeld for me.
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby Blaz » 14 January 2013, 02:59

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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby René » 17 January 2013, 12:49

moneyball03 wrote:It will always be Seinfeld for me.

I've always found that show quite boring.
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Unread postby rxxli » 17 January 2013, 13:42

René wrote:
moneyball03 wrote:It will always be Seinfeld for me.

I've always found that show quite boring.

Because it is. I found a lot of people laughing at parts that aren't even funny.

But to be completely honest - I dislike sit-coms in general.
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby Edward » 17 January 2013, 23:43

Okay, I've become addicted to The New Normal, I'd never tell people in the offline world, but it's too adorable, if not full of stereotypes.
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby Blaz » 17 January 2013, 23:56

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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby Brenden » 18 January 2013, 19:06

Modern Family
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby Blaz » 22 January 2013, 03:31

The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby Paul » 23 January 2013, 00:02

Channel 4's thriller Utopia is frighteningly good...... :awesome:
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby Kolendo » 23 January 2013, 01:06

Alright, I definitely have an issue with watching too many tv shows.
It's not my fault that so many shows are so well made.
So I'm just going to post the top five that I'm into right now:

Happy Endings
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby kyle.thu » 23 January 2013, 01:13

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills/Atlanta. The women on these shows are fucking hilarious.

Also Chasing the Saturdays. I'm glad the Saturdays finally came to the US.
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby Oscarsome » 23 January 2013, 03:18

Downton Abbey! Got a free subscription of Hulu+ for a month (thanks Chegg) and have been watching season two. Darn Michelle Obama got to just ask the creators of the show for the third season and got an advanced copy. :O
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby Mephisto » 23 January 2013, 03:35

Biggest Loser. It fills a void in my life.
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby homomorphism » 23 January 2013, 06:21

René wrote:
moneyball03 wrote:It will always be Seinfeld for me.

I've always found that show quite boring.

When I'm in the mood for an afternoon nap, I can always count on finding Seinfeld somewhere on cable that I can fall asleep to. Nothing gives me a better sleep than Seinfeld as whitenoise. I don't know why, but that show puts me to sleep quickly.
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby Brenden » 23 January 2013, 14:07

Oscarsome wrote:Downton Abbey! Got a free subscription of Hulu+ for a month (thanks Chegg) and have been watching season two. Darn Michelle Obama got to just ask the creators of the show for the third season and got an advanced copy. :O

Advanced copy... of a season that's already aired?
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby Edward » 23 January 2013, 14:14

I've just started watching My Mad Fat Diary. It's okay, and quite funny, especially if you like the whole 90s britpop thing. You now how in a lot of tv series there's a character who you think is gay or just want to be gay? That character just came out in the second episode, which is really weird because that never happens.

It also kind of makes me wish I was a teenager before the days of Internet and mobile phones.
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