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    Quote Originally Posted by karinwol View Post
    The Big Bang Theory
    Ba-ZING-ah!

    (my new favorite show, the TiVo is chock full of it)

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    Quote Originally Posted by rokytnji View Post
    I like Hell on Wheels but I am a sucker for old 3rd Rock from the Sun, Us Harrys don't fall far from the trees.
    Yeah. I was a 3rd Rock fan as well - downloaded and burnt to DVD all of the episodes... Haven't watched any of them for a couple of years, though. Maybe it's time to dust off the discs and view some of them again!
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    I've recently been watching the BBC series Sherlock, which is EXCELLENT, and a fantastic adaptation of the Sherlock Holmes novels. I just finished series two, and I am so angry at the cliffhanger, and am filled with anticipation for the next series.

    I've also been watching Community, Modern Family, and Raising Hope, which are quite good. I recently finished Pushing Daises, which is a fun and quirky film noir-style show.

    On the older front of things, I've just recently been introduced to Star Trek: The Next Generation, which I am devouring. So so good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabhan View Post
    On the older front of things, I've just recently been introduced to Star Trek: The Next Generation, which I am devouring. So so good.
    Great stuff! I loved that series. I still watch the reruns on TV when I can catch them.
    Currently, me and the wife are waiting for the new episodes of The Walking Dead to start up. Extremely well put together cast, and a few different spins on the old 'Zombie Apocalypse' scenario.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabhan View Post
    I've recently been watching the BBC series Sherlock, which is EXCELLENT, and a fantastic adaptation of the Sherlock Holmes novels. I just finished series two, and I am so angry at the cliffhanger, and am filled with anticipation for the next series.

    I've also been watching Community, Modern Family, and Raising Hope, which are quite good. I recently finished Pushing Daises, which is a fun and quirky film noir-style show.

    On the older front of things, I've just recently been introduced to Star Trek: The Next Generation, which I am devouring. So so good.
    I've just watched Sherlock also - I agree, its excellent. You wouldn't have thought they could bring Sherlock Holmes into the 21st century, but they have done so excellently.

    Star Trek TNG is the best of the Star Treks in my opinion.

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    The various Stargate television episodes were quite good. Good enough in fact that I purchased the entire series for Stargate SG-1, and the same goes for Stargate: Atlantis.

    SGU Stargate Universe was okay, too, but not good enough in my opinion to buy the entire series of episodes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabhan View Post
    I've recently been watching the BBC series Sherlock, which is EXCELLENT, and a fantastic adaptation of the Sherlock Holmes novels. I just finished series two, and I am so angry at the cliffhanger, and am filled with anticipation for the next series.

    I've also been watching Community, Modern Family, and Raising Hope, which are quite good. I recently finished Pushing Daises, which is a fun and quirky film noir-style show.

    On the older front of things, I've just recently been introduced to Star Trek: The Next Generation, which I am devouring. So so good.
    I like TNG, but I really liked both Star Trek DS9 and Voyager. The DVDs for DS9 are full of little cookies in the menus that you have to search for, but bring up all sorts of interesting stuff.
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabhan View Post
    I've recently been watching the BBC series Sherlock, which is EXCELLENT, and a fantastic adaptation of the Sherlock Holmes novels. I just finished series two, and I am so angry at the cliffhanger, and am filled with anticipation for the next series.

    I've also been watching Community, Modern Family, and Raising Hope, which are quite good. I recently finished Pushing Daises, which is a fun and quirky film noir-style show.

    On the older front of things, I've just recently been introduced to Star Trek: The Next Generation, which I am devouring. So so good.
    Where are you watching Sherlock? I saw a bit of one episode online, but I'd love to watch it on the telly, proper-like.

    Yeah, Modern Family is pretty damn funny. Phil Dunphy cracks me up.

    As for Star Trek, unless it's got that dude who does the PriceLine.com commericials, I'm not interested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by atreyu View Post
    As for Star Trek, unless it's got that dude who does the PriceLine.com commericials, I'm not interested.
    ROFL!
    Well said! The original series is the real series!
    TNG is a close second, but you can't replace Kirk, Spock and Bones!
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