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Unread postby Blaz » 29 January 2013, 00:34

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Unread postby koshka » 29 January 2013, 01:41

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Unread postby CrossMyHeart » 29 January 2013, 08:59

Suits. So damn good!
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby Blaz » 29 January 2013, 15:47

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Unread postby Poster_Undefined » 29 January 2013, 16:31

Blaz wrote:Adventure Time
Oh, of course. How did I miss this one?
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Unread postby Lucas » 30 January 2013, 03:59

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Unread postby Brenden » 2 February 2013, 04:17

Lucas wrote:30 Rock

So sad it's over.
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Unread postby Lucas » 2 February 2013, 04:18

Brenden wrote:
Lucas wrote:30 Rock

So sad it's over.


I knowww :( I was just thinking that. It went out strong though. The last few episodes are hilarious.
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby rxxli » 3 February 2013, 01:37

Dragons Den. Reality TV can apparently be interesting too. And at least a small bit educational.
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Unread postby Brenden » 3 February 2013, 01:41

rxxli wrote:Dragons Den. Reality TV can apparently be interesting too. And at least a small bit educational.

I feel sorry for the entrepreneurs who still try to get investment by licking the feet of venture capitalists in this age of crowd funding. But that show is indeed interesting.
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby Jack » 3 February 2013, 01:42

I never really become interested in series to watch them from start to finish. I mostly follow current affairs shows. Apart from some quality coverage, Irish TV is very dull. Until recently, I didn't even have a TV for about a year and a half.
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Unread postby Jack » 3 February 2013, 01:43

rxxli wrote:Dragons Den. Reality TV can apparently be interesting too. And at least a small bit educational.

The Irish edition of Dragon's Den is a rare example of decent reality TV. It's interesting viewing.
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Unread postby rxxli » 3 February 2013, 02:13

Brenden wrote:
rxxli wrote:Dragons Den. Reality TV can apparently be interesting too. And at least a small bit educational.

I feel sorry for the entrepreneurs who still try to get investment by licking the feet of venture capitalists in this age of crowd funding. But that show is indeed interesting.

I don't think that crowd funding is an ultimate answer for everything. Kickstarter and idiegogo are very useful websites, but I think that they are useful for only a small percent of businesses/ideas.

Either way I really was surprised when two guys in Episode 6 (I think - the UK version) managed to sell them basic persistence of vision device (bike advertising). It is a simple technology that has been around for a long while. And ok they weren't selling the tech itself but saying that it is hard to replicate is nonsense.
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Unread postby Brenden » 4 February 2013, 05:21

House of Cards

So far so good, but I don't understand the non-standard aspect ratio.
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Re: TV Show of the Moment

Unread postby xyz72 » 4 February 2013, 20:47

Our America with Lisa Ling
I didn't expect to like a program on Oprah's network, but this documentary* series is quite good in its choice of topics and in its style. I really like how Ling tries to be unbiased when treating controversial topics such as transgender issues, sex offenders, faith healers and "pray the gay away" organisations - she simply follows people on both sides for a bit and interviews them rather than shoving her opinion down the audience's collective throat and making one side out to be the bad guys.
*I'm not sure if documentary is the correct term as facts are really not the most important aspect

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25 episodes in - 300 or so to go :lol:
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Unread postby rawss. » 4 February 2013, 23:18

Supernatural (still). Midway through season2 and I'm so addicted its unreal
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Unread postby Blaz » 4 February 2013, 23:39

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