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  Mad Wook
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Favorite of the year? I think I have to go with Brooklyn Nine-Nine, for being so consistently great.


Awesome. Yeah they started slow but got better and better all the time. The Thanksgiving and Christmas episodes were great as was the one where they were competing with the fire dept about the pizza place fire with Patton Oswalt.


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My favorite television show is now Boardwalk Empire. Just started watching it. Finished season one and I'm working on season two now. I love gangster movies, and I like Steve Buscemi, so this is a perfect match. Really good use of characters. A lot better than Deadwood.
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Reign continues to get batter and better every week. The most recent episode was truly a delight to watch.

I'm looking forward to the wedding episode coming up on March 6th. Although the showrunners have kept mum on who Mary will wed, I would put my money on it being Francis, because I really can't see them straying so far from history by having her marry Bash. But then, it seems Nostradamus' prophecy about Mary causing the death of Catherine's firstborn may not be what it appeared to be on the surface, given the revelations spawned in "Inquisition," so the writers could have another surprise up their sleeve.

Plus, the show was picked up for a second season. Whoo-hoo!


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Is the new Tomorrow People good? I enjoyed the first two version of the show, but I'm not sure about another remake.
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Is the new Tomorrow People good? I enjoyed the first two version of the show, but I'm not sure about another remake.


It's pretty good. The special effects are pretty amazing for a CW show, and Mark Pellegrino makes a strong villain. It is a CW show, so there is the requisite romantic subplot, but they've kept it from becoming stale or cliche.
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GrandMaster wrote:
Dog-Poop_Walker wrote:
Is the new Tomorrow People good? I enjoyed the first two version of the show, but I'm not sure about another remake.


It's pretty good. The special effects are pretty amazing for a CW show, and Mark Pellegrino makes a strong villain. It is a CW show, so there is the requisite romantic subplot, but they've kept it from becoming stale or cliche.


Mark Pellegrino will always make a fantastic villain. The ad campaign even referred to him as the devil. I see what you did there, CW.
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Soooo, did anyone tune into the How I Met Your Mother finale? (Lookin at you, Caedus).

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First off....hm.

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So...we'll have to talk more but these are my initial feelings.
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Any fans of 24 out there? Anyone else looking forward to the 12 episode "mini" series?
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I quite liked the show, in the earlier days, not so much the later series. But I have high hopes for this.
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I'm watching the 8th (and final) season of Psych right now. SO GOOD. I love this show and I'm sad it ended (I only found out it ended when the DVD box set arrived from Amazon printed "Eighth and Final").

I've got three episodes left.
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Just started watching Battlestar Galactica. Really enjoying it so far.
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I quite liked the show, in the earlier days, not so much the later series. But I have high hopes for this.


I was an addict until the end, though it lost energy as it went. Season 5 is really the height of the series. I was a bit worried about it coming back, but from what I'm seeing I am very excited!
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Just started watching Battlestar Galactica. Really enjoying it so far.


Awesome! Tell us which character you have a crush on. Seriously, that show is amazing. Even though it's ten years old, the themes they explored are still current, making one of my favorite TV shows.

I wanna watch Doctor Who. Where should I start?
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