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    WIXMAN

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    Post by WIXMAN on Mon 11 Oct 2010, 2:03 am

    for anyone that hasn't seen them,

    the wire, breaking bad and mad men are all absolutely spectacular
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    Post by Mucker1884 on Mon 11 Oct 2010, 6:12 am

    B4ev6isd3n5el wrote:i know on the buses is a bit old hat, but it is really funney and get you laughing your head of.


    I caught Muckerette laughing at this a couple of months back. Needless to say, she took a slapping for it!!

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    Post by ShardlowSheep on Mon 11 Oct 2010, 12:48 pm

    don't really watch that much tele the only things I go out of my way to watch are The Apprentice and Dragon's Den, also watch the X Factor, did watch Lost but missed the final episode (seen every other episode but missed the ending).
    Mrs has all of the Soaps on but I am not too keen on any of them.
    Also like Silent Witness and Waking The Dead
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    Post by rjrules71 on Mon 11 Oct 2010, 12:59 pm

    my stupid work patterns and a general diffidence mean I can only watch tv on a satdeh night with any regularity as stated elsewhere
    Always follow the factor and footie other than that I catch bits and pieces mostly documentaries but detest soaps.

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    Post by Barnstaple Ram on Mon 11 Oct 2010, 7:18 pm

    rjrules71 wrote:my stupid work patterns and a general diffidence mean I can only watch tv on a satdeh night with any regularity as stated elsewhere
    Always follow the factor and footie other than that I catch bits and pieces mostly documentaries but detest soaps.


    Thought as much at the last meet up :roflmao:
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    Post by rjrules71 on Mon 11 Oct 2010, 7:46 pm

    Barnstaple Ram wrote:
    rjrules71 wrote:my stupid work patterns and a general diffidence mean I can only watch tv on a satdeh night with any regularity as stated elsewhere
    Always follow the factor and footie other than that I catch bits and pieces mostly documentaries but detest soaps.


    Thought as much at the last meet up :roflmao:

    Right thats it, I am joining the vertically challenged brigade (the great unwashed) :f_grr10.gif: :gang:
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    Post by Barnstaple Ram on Mon 11 Oct 2010, 7:47 pm

    rjrules71 wrote:
    Barnstaple Ram wrote:
    rjrules71 wrote:my stupid work patterns and a general diffidence mean I can only watch tv on a satdeh night with any regularity as stated elsewhere
    Always follow the factor and footie other than that I catch bits and pieces mostly documentaries but detest soaps.


    Thought as much at the last meet up :roflmao:

    Right thats it, I am joining the vertically challenged brigade (the great unwashed) :f_grr10.gif: :gang:


    :roflmao: :roflmao: :roflmao:
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    Post by M.M on Mon 11 Oct 2010, 7:48 pm

    ShardlowSheep wrote:don't really watch that much tele the only things I go out of my way to watch are The Apprentice and Dragon's Den, also watch the X Factor, did watch Lost but missed the final episode (seen every other episode but missed the ending).
    Mrs has all of the Soaps on but I am not too keen on any of them.
    Also like Silent Witness and Waking The Dead

    How can you possibly live?! Not knowing the ending of Lost drove me mad!

    It's bound to be on the internet somewhere, find it and watch it!

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    Post by Guest on Mon 11 Oct 2010, 8:00 pm

    Ideal
    South Park
    Red Dwarf
    Soccer AM
    Top Gear
    Football League show
    Corrie
    F1
    England cricket matches
    Various Discovery car/boating progs.
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    Post by dead before red on Mon 11 Oct 2010, 8:34 pm

    Have to agree with Ladyram re deadlest sea, would suggest anybody that thinks their job is the pits to watch the crabbers working..
    man v food is good but triple D (diners,drive ins and dives) on sky 262 /263 is better really funny.
    fav thou must be two and half men, classic comedy.
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    Post by robtheglostaram on Mon 11 Oct 2010, 8:49 pm

    ilson ram wrote:Ideal
    South Park
    Red Dwarf
    Soccer AM
    Top Gear
    Football League show
    Corrie
    F1
    England cricket matches
    Various Discovery car/boating progs.

    Is Ideal any good? Missed most of them so haven't really given it a go?
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    Post by ShardlowSheep on Tue 12 Oct 2010, 9:10 am

    M.M wrote:
    ShardlowSheep wrote:don't really watch that much tele the only things I go out of my way to watch are The Apprentice and Dragon's Den, also watch the X Factor, did watch Lost but missed the final episode (seen every other episode but missed the ending).
    Mrs has all of the Soaps on but I am not too keen on any of them.
    Also like Silent Witness and Waking The Dead

    How can you possibly live?! Not knowing the ending of Lost drove me mad!

    It's bound to be on the internet somewhere, find it and watch it!

    I know what you mean, watched it for five or so years got increasingly frustrated with it and only kept watching it to see how it all ends and then didn't see it. It was my dad's fault he had series linked it as the last series clashed with Ashes to Ashes (one of very few TV programmes I actually watch and on at the same time) with the last episode being on an unusal night and me being on holiday at the time it didn't get recorded. Will find it somewhere and watch it but all the media comments about the ending have made me less keen to watch it as I don't want to be overly disappointed with the ending as it will make me feel like I wasted a lot of time watching all of the other series.
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    Post by SingaporeRam on Tue 12 Oct 2010, 10:27 am

    The Wire, The Sopranos, The Shield and Oz are the best not only of the last 10 years, but ever IMHO. Can watch them all again and again.

    Only Fools And Horses, Fawlty Towers (flowery twats), Blackadder and Extras were all brilliant when out although Blackadder has aged badly.

    Stuff still on I used to watch includes Family Guy, South Park, Spooks & The Simpsons: No idea if they are still any good. Used to be.

    Recently watched or watching: Spartacus (ridiculous and filth but still liked it), Eastbound & Down (very funny, but going to get repetitive i think), Breaking Bad (excellent so far), The Pacific (Amazing - going to have to buy Band Of Brothers now!), Generation Kill (solid) & Mad Men. I don't think The Inbetweeners is as funny as people are making out, but still watch. Peep Show for me is the best comedy on at the moment.

    Also been known to religiously watch repeats of The Ultimate Fighter and MasterChef Goes Large.

    Phew - that's actually quite a lot.
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    Post by New England Ram on Tue 12 Oct 2010, 2:03 pm

    SingaporeRam wrote:The Wire, The Sopranos, The Shield and Oz are the best not only of the last 10 years, but ever IMHO. Can watch them all again and again.

    Only Fools And Horses, Fawlty Towers (flowery twats), Blackadder and Extras were all brilliant when out although Blackadder has aged badly.

    Stuff still on I used to watch includes Family Guy, South Park, Spooks & The Simpsons: No idea if they are still any good. Used to be.

    Recently watched or watching: Spartacus (ridiculous and filth but still liked it), Eastbound & Down (very funny, but going to get repetitive i think), Breaking Bad (excellent so far), The Pacific (Amazing - going to have to buy Band Of Brothers now!), Generation Kill (solid) & Mad Men. I don't think The Inbetweeners is as funny as people are making out, but still watch. Peep Show for me is the best comedy on at the moment.

    Also been known to religiously watch repeats of The Ultimate Fighter and MasterChef Goes Large.

    Phew - that's actually quite a lot.

    Singa....Mad Men is quality.




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    Post by Guest on Tue 12 Oct 2010, 4:59 pm

    robtheglostaram wrote:

    Is Ideal any good? Missed most of them so haven't really given it a go?

    it's only the funniest, most original and barrier pushing sitcom I've seen for years. But it helps if you've kept up with it for a while, got to know the characters and where the crazy happenings come from. Makes all other sitcoms at the mo look like dull formula tv.

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    Post by Guest on Tue 12 Oct 2010, 6:15 pm

    dead before red wrote:Have to agree with Ladyram re deadlest sea, would suggest anybody that thinks their job is the pits to watch the crabbers working..
    man v food is good but triple D (diners,drive ins and dives) on sky 262 /263 is better really funny.
    fav thou must be two and half men, classic comedy.
    Deadliest Catch is one of the best real life docs. I've ever seen. An emotional episode tonight readers... Discovery channel, 10 o clock. If you're not all glued to this, take a look, as Dead says, it certainly puts my job into perspective. These guys are robots.
    Haven't seen triple D but will certainly have a look and check it out.

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