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What is your favorite T.V. show or movie?
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Posted on April 11 2011 12:34 AM
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There are threads about books and music, but I don't think I've seen one for T.V. and movies, so I decided to start one.

My favorite T.V. show is Doctor Who- I'm looking forward to the start of the new season in a few weeks. And the premier episode was filmed in my own back yard (more or less) !

I also like a lot of older shows, like M.A.S.H.

And my favorite movie is The Princess Bride.

What do you guys like to watch?
 
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Posted on April 11 2011 12:39 AM
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I like several shows: Law and Order SVU, Bones, Little Mosque on the Prairie, MASH, and I Love Lucy.
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Bones, House, I Love Lucy, Burn Notice, Chuck, Monk, Harry's Law, Numbers, Castle, and The Closer,... I really like The Closer. - jus'
 
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Star Trek, CSI, NCIS, Bones, House. Movies are also the older ones: Gone With the Wind, all the deMille epics, The King and I, and more recently, movies where something blows up.
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Posted on April 11 2011 09:50 PM
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Anything that's medieval ha ha
I love historical documentaries more than anything! Stuff about ancient worlds, religions and so on, it's just amazing!
I watched True Blood and thought it was OK, looking forward to the new season.

My favorite movie is Interview With the Vampire. I've watched it so many times!
I'm a major Anne Rice fan. Love her stuff! There are so many rumors about some of her books being made into series - I hope they do make something soon!
 
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Posted on April 11 2011 10:06 PM
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TV Progs; House, Greys Anatomy, Law and Order SVU, Glee, 90210, Waking The Dead, Waterloo Road, Friday Night Dinner, Embarrassing Bodies, Rude Tube, Russell Howards Good News, Doctors, Casualty

Think that's it.... Yes I have a lot of time on my hands lol

Films: Girl Interrupted, Thirteen, One That Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest, Les Miserable, Singing In The Rain, Chicago, Burlesqu(not out yet though), Harry Potter1-7 so far, Sister Act 1 and 2
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Posted on April 12 2011 01:29 AM
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Hey, Laura! I was just glad that someone finally listed more TV shows than I did! - jus'
 
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Posted on April 12 2011 06:10 PM
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Haha!!! Just!!!

I am in love with my TV what can I say Smile
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My favourite tv show is probably outnumbered because of the amazing acting in it! And my favourite film is moulin rouge dancing, singing, acting, bohemians and john leguizamo in ONE movie is amazing!
 
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Posted on April 29 2011 10:25 PM
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Hey Pixie, OutNumbered is FANTASTIC!!! I love it. My whole family love it
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Posted on May 01 2011 06:26 PM
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I like 'The life of Riley' It's very funny Smile My fave movie has to be 'Atonement' I loved it. I also liked 'Leap year' I found it very funny and entertaining Pfft
Smile Kate
 
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Hi katee,
Are you talking about 'The life of Riley' from 1953 to 1958, from the USA? Yes, that was a good, funny show. I wouldn't have imagined that they would be playing re-runs of that series over in the UK. - jus'
 
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I am a huge fan of tv shows.But the office is my favorite tv show.I like this show.It is an interesting show.
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Doesnt anyone like Dexter?
 
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Hi banging my head,
I just now Googled it and read about it on Wikipedia. It sounds very unwholesome. No, I don't like that kind of show. - jus'
Edited by justfoundout on May 13 2011 01:08 AM
 
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Posted on May 17 2011 02:32 PM
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I just watched the season finale of Castle last night... holy wow! That is definitely one of my favorite shows. Still can't stop turning my gears over it.

Other shows I really love watching include Grey's Anatomy, Bones, and Glee. I'm still catching up with the second season of Glee. Those 3 (plus Glee) are the only shows that I watch on a regular basis, though. Half the time I don't even get to sit down and watch them live, I have to catch them on Hulu over the weekend when my schedule slows down some.

I also like to watch old re-runs of 80s and 90s sitcoms that I grew up on like Roseanne, Home Improvement, Family Matters, Full House, The Cosby Show, etc. I just have a huge soft spot for those cheesy, morally-upright old shows with their family-appropriate humor and life lessons in every episode.

A while back I was watching Full House with my friend's daughter, she was about 6 or 7 at the time, and while we were watching it she said, "Everything looks so OLD! Look at their clothes, they're so old!" I sort of made a face and said, "I used to wear outfits just like that." She looked up at me and was like, "Wow, you're so old!" Who knew the early 90s was old! lol
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Ummm for T.V I love Green Wing (I guess you could compare it to scrubs). And Black Books (I like the wierd humour they have going on)
And Black Adder is a brilliant comedy program!

When it came out I was seriously into Like on Mars then I followed through with Ashes to Ashes
 
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Posted on May 18 2011 12:22 AM
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How could I have missed the Castle Season Finale? I mean, 'What was I thinking?' But I found it again online! Yeah, it was good. I don't know if either of these links will work for those outside of the US, but here they are if anyone would like to give them a try. The first link leads to the second link. - jus'
http://abc.go.com...ogle_sem_1

http://abc.go.com...9/knockout
 
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Top Gear rules our roost.
 
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Posted on May 25 2011 11:43 PM
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Star trek, House, Fringe, documentaries.

Movies: Basic instinct. and many more
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