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lighton wrote:
HomerS wrote:

Took me also 2 tries to get into Breaking Bad, first try i watched 1-2 episodes, thought it was ok but benched it. Then i came back 1-2 years later and tried again and i'm so glad i did as Breaking Bad has some of the best episodes on TV.

Give it another chance when you have the time, you will thank me later smile

I might in the future... A year (or two) ago the trailer for https://next-episode.net/the-leftovers didn't resonate with me, so I didn't start watching the show. Recently it did, so I'm now watching it.


Yeh took me also 2 tries for the leftovers but was also glad i watched that.

https://next-episode.net/sig/sig.php?alias=Watchlist&kk=276008292d78a1f619f8bbc10840767b

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HomerS wrote:
g371 wrote:

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Sex Education (2019)
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Sex Education is still running, no?

Seems so, my list is what I decide to archive. Can be a running show as well. Funny comedies age well.

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imadsani wrote:

Veronica Mars

Vatafak, how I missed this one, imdb 8.3

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But Breaking Bad is on every best TV shows list, on a lot of them as #1. That said, I still have not seen The Games of Thrones

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g371 wrote:
HomerS wrote:
g371 wrote:

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Sex Education (2019)
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Sex Education is still running, no?

Seems so, my list is what I decide to archive. Can be a running show as well. Funny comedies age well.

i was only wondering if it was canceled, as you only wrote (2019) instead of (2019-)

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I know this is going to sound cliched and I was never really into the show when it on the air. I did watch it but not with the fervour right now.

The pandemic has led to more spare time lounging around and so I've noticed myself gravitating more and more towards Friends and The Big Bang Theory(I used to detest this show). I always have the TV on Comedy Central(Poland for some reason - thank God the shows are in English), they're always running a combo of Friends and TBBT and I swear I feel these two shows have gotten me through the pandemic.
The funny thing is, I won't stream them but I sure as hell will switch back to Comedy Central hoping they're on.

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g371 wrote:
imadsani wrote:

Veronica Mars

Vatafak, how I missed this one, imdb 8.3

Watched it, a great show, shame that they canceled just after 1 season when they resumed it in 2019 for S04 - amazing how they managed to get cast back together after 12 years. Also in this show you can see many actors who later on got big roles in other shows.

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For some reason I can't explain I have started watching Murdoch Mysteries from S1. I have already watched S11 up to S14 with 3 episodes to go in S14 but decided to go back and start from the beginning.

There is something about the show that keeps me watching it and I can't really explain what it is https://www.davejohnson.co.uk/images/smilies/think.gif

And if the band you're in starts playing different tunes....

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praffulgoel wrote:

Dr. Rodney McKay must be the best character ever created played by an phenomenal actor.

Yes no matter what happens their doomed to failure

And if the band you're in starts playing different tunes....

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they're*

DRM "manages access" in the same way that Prison "manages freedom".
http://xkcd.com/488/

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Wizard wrote:

they're*

So why didn't you just edit the post? Maybe YOU'RE a school teacher in your spare time.


But thanks for pointing out my failings it's much appreciated.

And if the band you're in starts playing different tunes....

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I love rewatching stuff. Mainly with someone else. I used to do a TV night with my dad when I lived with him and it's carried on once a week and with COVID and nothing new coming out he wanted to watch I decided to show him Supernatural and it was actually so nice rewatching 15 years of it in less than a year with him. I think it depends on what you're watching and who you're watching it with. Whether by yourself or with a partner or a friend.

"city morgue, you kill em, we chill em"