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Guys, thought maybe this could be fun, and like Frans's"
What are you listening to?" 馃檪馃槈

Maybe it's a brand new series, or classic TV show you have
been watching for the first time. Or have even gotten into once
again. Maybe it's even a new, or older movie you just watched,
and enjoyed. (y)(y) Or didn't enjoy. 馃槃

So what have you been watching?

Or did you just watch?


Don't know what I would do without Impractical Jokers ! 馃檪


 

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In fact, I watch very little any more. I record a lot with my PVR (cloud based since last year) but tend to erase a lot afterwards as well without having watched a single minute. The news is depressing and because of the current situation a lot of reruns. What I do watch are documentaries and the occasional film. The most recent was Jumanji: the next level. I was an avid Big Bang Theory watcher but the final couple of seasons were so-so.
 
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You know Frans, it鈥檚 so funny honestly, we really seem to be on
the same wave length. Or at least in the same boat shows wise,
and everything. (y) Even though there seems to be so much to
watch, it鈥檚 hard finding something right?!

I think I probably watch some of those same documentaries also.
Maybe on channels like Discovery, or History. Oh, and also used
to watch The Big Bang Theory. ..But still need to catch the new
Jumanji. 馃檪
 

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In fact, I watch very little any more. I record a lot with my PVR (cloud based since last year) but tend to erase a lot afterwards as well without having watched a single minute. The news is depressing and because of the current situation a lot of reruns. What I do watch are documentaries and the occasional film. The most recent was Jumanji: the next level. I was an avid Big Bang Theory watcher but the final couple of seasons were so-so.
Personally I go for old shows on DVD:

'Allo 'Allo
Yes, Minister / Yes, Prime Minister
M*A*S*H*
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (the BBC production with Sir Alec Guinness)
Smiley's People (Conclusion to Tinker, Tailor, also with Guinness)
 

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Wife and I rewatching the Grimm series. When daughter is here, we watch Miazaki-ish Animes and natures shows. :)
Glory to Glorzo...


That's from my fav Rick and Morty episode where they Destroy Glorzo City which is hilarious!

Personally I go for old shows on DVD:

'Allo 'Allo
Yes, Minister / Yes, Prime Minister
M*A*S*H*
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (the BBC production with Sir Alec Guinness)
Smiley's People (Conclusion to Tinker, Tailor, also with Guinness)

Derm, Grimm is the show that was on NBC a few years back right? (y)
Haven't seen Miazaki-ish, but always enjoyed all of the Dragon Balls ! 馃槑

Steve, wow, can't get enough of Rick & Morty ! 馃槃 I swear every episode
is crazy good to be honest. ..Hey, are you aware of Solar Opposites? 馃懡

FB, have never seen any of those shows, except for M*A*S*H. 馃槉 Yowza,
and Sir. Alec Guinness was Obi-Wan Kenobi ! 馃槷 What a list here Hector !
 

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Steve, wow, can't get enough of Rick & Morty ! 馃槃 I swear every episode
is crazy good to be honest. ..Hey, are you aware of Solar Opposites? 馃懡
After your post, I just went and watched a trailer Solar Opposites, It looks like it could be good but prob ain't on the level of R&M... lol
 

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I was introduced to the series "Community" by my wife.
Have to say its pretty darn good (at least thru Season 4 so far anyway).
 

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After your post, I just went and watched a trailer Solar Opposites, It looks like it could be good but prob ain't on the level of R&M... lol
I was introduced to the series "Community" by my wife.
Have to say its pretty darn good (at least thru Season 4 so far anyway).
Definitely does look funny though Steve. If it鈥檚 half as funny
as Rick & Morty, than that would be pretty great. 馃槃

That鈥檚 a funny show too Worker ! (y) It had a really interesting,
and real feel. ..Kind of like Parks and Recreation.
 

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With no live sport and numerous re-runs, I recently watched Money Heist with the wife and rather enjoyed it
 

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With no live sport and numerous re-runs, I recently watched Money Heist with the wife and rather enjoyed it
It鈥檚 pretty tough without having any sports to enjoy, and keep up with.
You are so right Steve ! Never have seen Money Heist to tell the truth.
But will definitely put it on the list of shows to catch, and get into sir. (y)

Very cool !
 

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If you liked Trumps House of Wing you might want to stop by Derek Jeter's Taco Hole, It's just right around the corner from Trumps House of Wings!

 

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Derm, Grimm is the show that was on NBC a few years back right? (y)
Haven't seen Miazaki-ish, but always enjoyed all of the Dragon Balls ! 馃槑

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Yes. Can now find Grimm on Prime. TCM put a number of the Hayao Miyazaki Studio Ghibli Animes on around 2006 and I was hooked.
 

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Personally I go for old shows on DVD:

'Allo 'Allo
Yes, Minister / Yes, Prime Minister
M*A*S*H*
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (the BBC production with Sir Alec Guinness)
Smiley's People (Conclusion to Tinker, Tailor, also with Guinness)
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The Red Dwarf
The Young Ones
Blackadder
Are you being served?
Dad's Army

M*A*S*H is among the best ever produced, I have the huge 'Martinis and Medicine Collection' DVD box which back then unbeknownst to me also contains the M*A*S*H movie that I therefore purchased separately. So now I have two of them :) The shows I listed are all crackers, never equalled i.m.o.
 
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Yes. Can now find Grimm on Prime. TCM put a number of the Hayao Miyazaki Studio Ghibli Animes on around 2006 and I was hooked.
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The Red Dwarf
The Young Ones
Blackadder
Are you being served?
Dad's Army

M*A*S*H is among the best ever produced, I have the huge 'Martinis and Medicine Collection' DVD box which back then unbeknownst to me also contains the M*A*S*H movie that I therefore purchased separately. So now I have two of them :) The shows I listed are all crackers, never equalled i.m.o.
Derm, I think what's nice about those shows is that they probably
have some really good, or great stories. (y)(y) Thinking the mix
of intriguing story lines, as well as characters is what makes the
shows so much fun for you. They sound awesome, and have not
actually seen the shows, but you make me want to check them
out now. 馃榾

Frans, what's great about M*A*S*H, and I bet all of those shows
you listed though is the amount of thought, and work that went
into them. I don't know if you notice this with of a lot of today's
shows, or not. But it feels like although the quality is good, they
don't put as much effort into the stories, and shows in general. 馃檨

A lot of times not much happens in a modern show. Then within
the last five minutes, something happens in order to get you to
watch the next episode. 馃槃
 

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The Red Dwarf
The Young Ones
Blackadder
Are you being served?
Dad's Army

M*A*S*H is among the best ever produced, I have the huge 'Martinis and Medicine Collection' DVD box which back then unbeknownst to me also contains the M*A*S*H movie that I therefore purchased separately. So now I have two of them :) The shows I listed are all crackers, never equalled i.m.o.
Also great shows!

I would also add Endeavour.
 
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