Cheers for the friend request!
hey ape someone you will notice in the efed section needs banned
We need a cleanup in aisle Efed. Cleanup in aisle Efed.
Now onto The Office.
Dude, I'm seriously enjoying season five, but I can definitely see what you meant about the cast becoming caricatures of themselves, which, if I'm honest, is almost as cringing as the comedy, but that doesn't take away from my fondness of the characters of the show. Knowing I still have seasons six to eight to watch makes me happy I stuck with it.
(Wait, I just checked EZTV and saw that there's a NEW Parks and Rec AND I missed an episode. No one told me about this?! Downloading episodes 20 & 21 now)
Thoughts on Game of Thrones? I'm personally loving it, but its started off a tad slow I think.
Oh, and how good was the last episode of The Walking Dead? What a finale that was!
That mysterious chick at the end was a nice little teaser, but was completely different from anything we've seen so far. I'm sure there's MONTHS of waiting before its on again, but if it continues to be as exciting as the last few episodes were, then it will be worth the wait.
I can't wait for the live debate between Leslie and Bobby. That should be super great as Paul Rudd has excelled in his limited appearances so far, and I highly doubt things will be different will be any different when he returns.
Louis CK's reappearance was a pleasant surprise.
Speaking of Louis, season three needs to start again real soon. I'm getting major withdrawal symptoms here!
Other than that, I got a kick out of seeing him actually getting back into the majors due to Seth Rogan getting run over (in what turned out to be something of a shocking scene), and his feud with Ivan. The club scene was classic Kenny, but, lol, how he never got arrested only god knows lol.
We also got to see the most uncomfortable eulogy ever at Shane's funeral.
"I guess we found out who was Tom Cruise and who was Goose"
Overall it turned out to be a befitting finale to one of my most favourite comedy series in history, with the genius shining through at the end.
The mid to near end season break in Parks had me worried it had ended as well, which was another gutting moment that led to some web searching. The blossoming friendship between Ron and Chris is owning on some seriously different levels. The moment where they just finished their meditation session and Ron said he was going to eat that spinning rack of meat was vintage Swanson.
Watched every episode more than a few times now. After the madness that was the second episode (which I actually found some humour in, but mostly just because I'm a Powers mark.), it began to really pick up. The last two episodes were a treat as I honestly thought it had finished after episode six 'fore I did a little searching on IMDb. Being slightly preoccupied when I watched the last episode, I missed the hints leading up to his "death", and I was totally and utterly gutted for the few minutes following the car crash scene, but as soon as I saw him with his stupid looking blonde hair I was cracking up again.
But, yeah, I'm quite a bit behind it all; though if you're recommending it Ape I'll have to keep eagle eyes open for it, if it gets re-shown.
I have all these shows to watch, but it means watching online, and I'm, at times, apprehensive about doing that; mainly because I like to watch these big drama productions on a big enough, decent screen, and in good quality. I can only put up with scouring the web for half decent showings to a point, lol. Maybe look out for some DVDs on the cheap. [<<<Tight bastard eh?]
Man, that is just completely shit. Sucks for everyone. Seems they didn't appear to have any luck at all. (Sorry about that one, lol.)
Yeah, I quite liked the finale, but, true, Ace left with a wee bit open. I also thought Nolte's character had more to reveal, about his history, that guy who turned up, and the history of the ownership of the horse, etc. But I still enjoyed it, and wanted to see more, just sad to see it go.
I never fully started the US Shameless. I caught bits and pieces of one or two episodes at irregular points in the first season, but I was never aware of the show actually starting here, and only caught it in scanning the TV, so I can't really comment on it too much. If I remember correctly though, the eps I seen were pretty much redo's of the British counterpart eps. All fine work, and performances; but interesting seeing it in the US environment, and US touches where the British references wouldn't translate.
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