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Old February 6th, 2013, 01:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Entertaining TV shows

Another enjoyable evening of PVR recordings.
Castle, Elementary, Blue Bloods, Big Bang Theory, and Person of Interest (but not all at once). We've always got something enjoyable to watch.
Then there's the return of NHL hockey, which is a lot of fun to watch with the HD projector onto a 90" screen.
It's cold and wet outside, but good TV inside. Winter ain't so bad, as long as we've got HD and the movie channels.

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Old February 6th, 2013, 01:44 AM   #2 (permalink)
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The wife and I have been watching The Sopranos. We finally have the entire series and decided to watch it straight through. Best tv show ever, IMO.
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I'm starting to get sucked into the vortex that is Downton Abbey.
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Castle is great, like the Mentalist as well. Never used to watch TV shows like that, but I think they are pretty fun for the most part.
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I'm starting to get sucked into the vortex that is Downton Abbey.
I'm right there with you. Damn those Granthams!
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I liked Mythbusters.
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Old February 6th, 2013, 03:07 AM   #7 (permalink)
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they've been showing a "Shaq Vs" show here lately..... how old is this one?...

I watched a few.. the baseball one, the nascar one, and the running one....so far..

kinda corny, but good fun all the same... he's a huge man .. and he has a go...

better than I thought it would be.... ;)
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Im proud to say its been nearly 3 full years now with no tv whatsoever.
None, zip, nada., No more $100 mo bills, no more watching mindless crap.

I believe my IQ has has increased about 40 points. LOL
Instead of wasting time watching tv now I waste time posting pompous crackpot ideas on internet forums.

Problem? is, now people look at me like Im from outer space when they mention a popular show and I dont have clue. That really reminds me what a big part of our culture tv is

I dont think everyone should necessarily kill their television, but it sure makes me feel free.
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3 elementary-age kids in my house; I don't watch anything but Phineas and Ferb.
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Needed another Series to throw in the mix on Netflix, so we started watching Hack. Pretty good show...

David Morse is an Ex-Cop thrown off the force for sticky fingers. He drives a Cab and gets involved in everything he shouldn't that he runs across...
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My wife and I enjoy sitting down to Castle / The Mentalist / Bones / Burn Notice.
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Now that Homeland is on a different network up here, and is starting from the beginning, we might add that to our list.
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I'm starting to get sucked into the vortex that is Downton Abbey.
What network is that on? Is it possible to watch it without having seen every previous episode?
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Im proud to say its been nearly 3 full years now with no tv whatsoever.
None, zip, nada., No more $100 mo bills, no more watching mindless crap.

I believe my IQ has has increased about 40 points. LOL
Instead of wasting time watching tv now I waste time posting pompous crackpot ideas on internet forums.

Problem? is, now people look at me like Im from outer space when they mention a popular show and I dont have clue. That really reminds me what a big part of our culture tv is

I dont think everyone should necessarily kill their television, but it sure makes me feel free.
You shouldn't have been watching the "mindless crap." Maybe you should have been watching some of the shows that people are talking about in this thread. I'm guessing that you were watching a lot of Survivor, Jersey Shore, Beevis and Butthead, and the Teletubbies.
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What network is that on? Is it possible to watch it without having seen every previous episode?
I can say what network its on off the top of my head -- my wife picks it. It's an upmarket soap opera, so you slowly figure out what's going on. Right now it's season 3.

EDIT: Maybe it's an American PBS channel. I seem to remember falling asleep and waking up in the middle of Antiques Roadshow.
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I watched this show last night about the birth of the semiconductor, beginning of silicon valley, etc. It was good.

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/americanexpe...films/silicon/
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Im proud to say its been nearly 3 full years now with no tv whatsoever.
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I believe my IQ has has increased about 40 points
But apparently not your punctuation skills.

Who says nothing is certain but death and taxes? Quick! There's a thread about PCs getting started and nobody has chimed in with "Get a Mac!"
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But apparently not your punctuation skills.

Who says nothing is certain but death and taxes? Quick! There's a thread about PCs getting started and nobody has chimed in with "Get a Mac!"
I was surprised it didn't happen until the 8th post.
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I'm right there with you. Damn those Granthams!
Guilty. I also got teary eyed during "that" episode and I'm not ashamed to admit it.
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Guilty. I also got teary eyed during "that" episode and I'm not ashamed to admit it.

I know. What a waste of a kidney souffle!
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