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Posted by Deus Ex Machina on 23.07.2009 at 16:26
Written by Deadsoulman on 21.07.2009 at 00:36
I have Peep Show on my pc but haven't watched it yet. I've only read and heard praise about it though.


Oh, well give it a go when you can. It's worth it in my opinion. I'm on season 4 right now. I would have finished all seasons already but I'm suffering from lack of time :/ I'll get on finishing it soon though. There wasn't a single episode so far I didn't like.

As for My name is Earl. I caught it on tv here and there. I didn't hate it at all, to me it's kinda average. Something to pass the time. Definitely not the type of quality that shows like The Office or Peep show have. But I know many people love it.



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Stella Artois

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  14.01.2015 at 19:17
Written by Vombatus on 11.01.2015 at 00:08

Finished True Detective and was quite blown away. Another series I'll be waiting for in a few months, quite curious to see the setting of next season.



Yes, True Detective is quite wonderful. I loved the first season but I was disappointed to know that everything will change for this second season, well at least the actors. Any info on the premiere date?
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Written by BloodTears on 19.08.2011 at 18:29

Like you could kiss my ass.
Nucky

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From: Slovenia

  14.01.2015 at 21:32
Boardwalk Empire season 5.. The last season of BE.. Love this show..
Vombatus
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  15.01.2015 at 00:15
Written by BloodTears on 14.01.2015 at 19:17

Yes, True Detective is quite wonderful. I loved the first season but I was disappointed to know that everything will change for this second season, well at least the actors. Any info on the premiere date?


Nah, they only said summer 2015 and based around California. Changing the setting is kind of a bummer coz Rust and Marty were such good characters, I only hope the new season keeps the lugubrious atmosphere that revolves around everything, it's what made the serie so fascinating.
MetalDoomMaster

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  15.01.2015 at 01:10
I don't really see them changing the atmosphere up too much. I do like the location that they chose though (Northern California). I was pretty bummed out when I saw the main cast for season 2 but I'm still super excited for it and I think the producers can make it work.
ylside

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  20.01.2015 at 22:41
Written by MetalDoomMaster on 13.01.2015 at 02:29

Written by Vombatus on 11.01.2015 at 00:08

Finished True Detective and was quite blown away.

Same here. Just finished my third viewing of it and it still seemed amazing.
Finally getting around to watching The Wire since HBO finally remastered it in 16:9

The Wire is literary my favourite TV show ever. Nothing comes close, the depth of a novel put into the screen, incredible when you see "the whole picture".

I have been waiting for the HD remasters to rewatch it a... sixth time. But maybe later. I am in no hurry.
MetalDoomMaster

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  20.01.2015 at 22:55
Written by ylside on 20.01.2015 at 22:41

The Wire is literary my favourite TV show ever. Nothing comes close, the depth of a novel put into the screen, incredible when you see "the whole picture".

I have been waiting for the HD remasters to rewatch it a... sixth time. But maybe later. I am in no hurry.

Yeah I am enjoying the shit out of it so far. I'm about halfway through season 3. They did a pretty good job with the remaster, so I would recommend watching it again haha, although they somehow missed an episode. Not sure how that happened.
ylside

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  20.01.2015 at 23:12
Written by MetalDoomMaster on 20.01.2015 at 22:55

Yeah I am enjoying the shit out of it so far. I'm about halfway through season 3. They did a pretty good job with the remaster, so I would recommend watching it again haha, although they somehow missed an episode. Not sure how that happened.

If you dig it, I would also recommend the books that inspired it, Homicide by David Simon.
There's also the old series "Homicide : Life on the streets", which is a scratch version of The Wire, some episodes are nice, but most of them fail - some nice interrogation scenes here and there.
MetalDoomMaster

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  20.01.2015 at 23:43
Written by ylside on 20.01.2015 at 23:12

If you dig it, I would also recommend the books that inspired it, Homicide by David Simon.
There's also the old series "Homicide : Life on the streets", which is a scratch version of The Wire, some episodes are nice, but most of them fail - some nice interrogation scenes here and there.

I will definitely be checking out that book. Hell, I might be a cop by the time I get done watching this show and reading that haha, fuck computer engineering.
Nucky

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From: Slovenia

  26.01.2015 at 22:14
Anyone ever watched Heroes??
IronAngel

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  26.01.2015 at 23:04
Written by Nucky on 26.01.2015 at 22:14

Anyone ever watched Heroes??


I really liked it, especially the first season. It lost its sharpest edge in the long run, but season one kept me at the edge of my seat all the way through. Great characters and casting, too. If you're at all into comic books, superheroes or sci-fi in general, it's well worth checking out; there's really not much out there to fill the same niche.
Nucky

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From: Slovenia

  31.01.2015 at 11:58
Okay.. I watched the trailers and it looks great.. I'm also a fan of Arrrow so I'll probably like Heroes..

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