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Dwayne Gassmann
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Posted: 01 March 2010 at 10:19am | IP Logged | 1 post reply

COUPLING: COMPLETE SECOND SERIES - I like this series even better than the first. I laughed hard on several of the episodes. Can't wait for the third series.
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Michael Todd
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Ok, after finishing the season it looks like someone caught the error on the My Three Sons name question. In one of the last episodes of season 2 vol.1 Bub says that his name is William Aloysius Michael Frances O'Casey. Since he was only "Michael Frances O'Casey" in season 1, I would guess that the absurdly long name was thrown in to "fix" those episodes where he is called William O'Casey.
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Jeremiah Avery
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Dwayne, have you bought the other two series?  I bought the complete set awhile back. It does get better and better.  The third series has some great scenes. The fourth flounders a bit but is still leagues ahead of other sitcoms.
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First disc of the first season of UPSTAIRS. DOWNSTAIRS. Probably about twenty five years since I last watched this series. Still holds up, mostly due to the stellar performances of most of the cast.
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Michael Penn
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Kurosawa's STRAY DOG (1949). Intense performance by Mifune in a Japanese noir. Fascinating real-life background shots of post-WW2 Japan.
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Eric Smearman
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For my girlfriend's birthday I bought her both seasons of Flight of the Conchords. We watched some of the 1st season the other night. Funny stuff!
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Dwayne Gassmann
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FREAKS AND GEEKS - THE COMPLETE SERIES, Disc 6

Okay, finally finished the series. Thought it topped out on disc 5. Overall it was pretty good, but it didn't leave me wanting more. 
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Michael Todd
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Started in on my Alf seasons, got all four seasons at Target for under $40.00, I was a little disappointed to discover that Lion`s Gate put out the edited syndicated versions on DVD rather than the original full length network broadcast version, but the show is still dang funny.
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Bill Mimbu
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GIANT ROBO: The Animation Vol. II (Episodes 3 thru 5).

It's interesting watching this OAV series again after such a long time.  The animation may not be as clean as the digital anime productions of today, but there's certainly a lot of heart in this show (also, it takes me back to the 90s when only one or two of these episodes were released per year, with a big production time gap between Episode 6 & the Finale...  Talk about a cliffhanger!)

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Mike Farley
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Just watched through the first 1/2 season of FLASHFORWARD. It's pretty good, but I don't see how the show could be maintained for multiple seasons.

Next up...maybe another try at DEAD LIKE ME?
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Juan Jose Colin Arciniega
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Just finished watching "The Big Bang Theory" season 2, and been switching between "True Blood" season 1 and "Glee" season 1 part 1.
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Chris Hutton
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Posted: 03 March 2010 at 12:39pm | IP Logged | 12 post reply

Andy Barker, PI. I had forgotten how funny that show was! Andy Richter, his FOX shitcom notwithstanding, is comedy gold. Too bad America doesn't think so.
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