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I actually watched Serenity last December before starting the series, so no worries... Laughing


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Garth Marenghi's Darkplace is the best show on television. Matt Berry is just the best, along with Richard Ayoade.
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Jedi Joe wrote:
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*sigh* Then you are safe from heartbreak.
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Game of Thrones season finale was tonight ,and I gotta say that was freaking incredible!
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A fan asked Joss Whedon: Why do you kill all the characters I like?

And Joss Whedon answered: Because the characters you like suck. Laughing
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Life Is The Path wrote:
A fan asked Joss Whedon: Why do you kill all the characters I like?

And Joss Whedon answered: Because the characters you like suck. Laughing




Whedon ruins lives.
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Life Is The Path wrote:
A fan asked Joss Whedon: Why do you kill all the characters I like?

And Joss Whedon answered: Because the characters you like suck. Laughing


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About to commence a Sherlock series 2 marathon.
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Ah, Sherlock.

I intend to start Jericho sometime today.
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I'm working my way through the anime Darker than Black.
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So, just finished Sherlock series two. Amazing. I can't help but feel the tone had changed from the last series, but I can't place how. I think it may have felt more light hearted... I don't know.

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Great series. I feel it is better than the first.
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What did you think of The Hounds of Baskerville? It's my favorite.
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What did you think of The Hounds of Baskerville? It's my favorite.


I thought it was good.

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I still don't know which was my favourite. I did love the bit where
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Edit 3: I do have two criticisms; not too big , but the did the Torchwood thing of having the main character standing on top of a big thing looking into the distance. Also, whenever Sherlock said one of the lines that original Sherlock said, most notably "Once you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable must be the truth," kind of brings me out of it, as it feels forced and a little unnatural, if you know what I mean. As in, I feel really involved with the show, but then I remember it's a TV show as it's making a reference to itself.

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I've been staying away from the fan boards. Moffet and Gatiss love to troll and I'm content to sit back and wait for the reveal rather than frantically try to figure it out.

Can't wait for series 3, though.
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You lot are evil. Evil, I say! I've got into How I Met You Mother.
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