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What are you watching?
BradPaula
Just watched Doctor Who: Day of the Doctor with friends. What a wonderful story- one of the best ever in Doctor Who.
Zil: Oneness must resist the Host.
 
Angry Angel
We watched The Five-ish Doctors the other day, soooo funny!
 
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NotExpendable
Watched The Robots of Death - totally not to ogle Brian Croucher in it - this story never ever goes out of style.
Emma
@heraldandraste
 
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BradPaula
Started watching 'Braindead', the tv series, tonight and although the location and actions are in Washington DC, and the backdrop stories about what is going on inside government is ripped from today's headlines, I found it intriguing and plan on watching the rest of the series. To me it was a sort of mix between The West Wing and The Walking Dead- which might be an apt description of of Washington politics today!
Zil: Oneness must resist the Host.
 
Gauda Cheese
Adventure Time! The Lovely Wife and I are up to season two
http://stwco.word... Stuff and things written by me.

My podcast: http://GATM.buzzs...
 
littlesue
I'm afraid that I'm hooked on watching The Persuaders again!
I just feel like cheering when I see Mr N's name appear in the opening credits and even watch the end credits just to see his name there as the script chappy.....no wonder I keep hearing snatches of familiar lines from B7. Same with the Tara episodes on The Avengers. In The Morning After Peter Barkworth gave Steed 3 reasons about the next move they were supposed they make.....it sounded almost like Avon's famous speech from Horizon, 'I'm not expendable, I'm not stupid and I'm not going!'
Back to the Persuaders...it's so nice to see two actors having the time of their life. Oh yes, they were filming in around that exotic location known as...Brighton, and Brett was reading a list of names when he realised that the list was in fact names of station..Brighton, Worthing, Barnham, Fareham....
The next station after that is mine! Swanwick!!! Did Mr Nation ever travel that line? Has Mr N's train ever stopped at Swanwick??
I'd like to think so...hmm, perhaps this should be in the mad , sad thread Grin
Cold.....you don't know the meaning of cold.
Cold is when you have ice on the INSIDE of the window!!!


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RichardMk2
I watched the documentary about Terry Pratchett last night. Neil Gaiman was one of the contributors. Highly recommended!
 
Angry Angel
RichardMk2 wrote:

I watched the documentary about Terry Pratchett last night. Neil Gaiman was one of the contributors. Highly recommended!


It really was good, very heartfelt.
 
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littlesue
Yay! Last night on True Entertainment. A Terry Nation Fest!!
The Avengers & The Persuaders episodes both written by the man himself!!
Cold.....you don't know the meaning of cold.
Cold is when you have ice on the INSIDE of the window!!!


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Travisina
littlesue wrote:

Yay! Last night on True Entertainment. A Terry Nation Fest!!
The Avengers & The Persuaders episodes both written by the man himself!!

Did he use the same plot for both of them...?
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There's no point being grown up if you can't be childish sometimes
 
President Solvite
Anyone called Tel, Del, Tarrant, Veron, or Varon ?

I bet the heroes split up too Grin
 
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littlesue
Travisina wrote:

littlesue wrote:

Yay! Last night on True Entertainment. A Terry Nation Fest!!
The Avengers & The Persuaders episodes both written by the man himself!!

Did he use the same plot for both of them...?


Well, put it this way...Daniel was chained to an exploding briefcase! There was a motorcycle! And it also ended up with 2 briefcases! That episode of the Avengers was on last week!!! In his defence, I'm sure Mr N would say that he had no idea that 40 odd years later everyone would be watching his work on shiney discs...over and over again!!!
The second episode on at 10, by Brian Clemens, featured Tony Curtis having to assume the identity of Roger Moore. He used the same accent as he used in 'Some Like it Hot'.
I burst out laughing when his Lordship (Brett) declared that that was the worse Cary Grant voice he had ever heard!!
Cold.....you don't know the meaning of cold.
Cold is when you have ice on the INSIDE of the window!!!


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Child Of Auron
Finally getting round to Season 3 of Penny Dreadful.

It has been ages since I saw the previous two seasons and I was totally lost after watching the "previously" before the first episode of S3
 
rojkerr1
the Persuaders has one of the best themes ever, I like the Angie..Angie episode, Larry Storch from F troop
 
sweevo
"Three Kinds of Heat", a 1987 low-budget action/crime/spy thriller/comedy directed by Leslie "Incubus" Stevens (AKA "The Curse of Esperanto with William Shatner" ), starring the late great Robert Ginty, but the real highlight is Sylvester McCoy channeling his inner Joe Pesci. It can be viewed in all its Cannon Films VHS glory here: https://www.youtu...vKHmEMpDIg
 
BradPaula
"Deadpool" and it was hilarious!
Zil: Oneness must resist the Host.
 
Angry Angel
Finally got Netflix and watched my way through Stranger Things with my 14 year-old son. So good, we both loved it. The 80s nostalgia elements were fun, but not essential since he was totally engaged too.

Now starting on The Expanse, excellent SF drama, episode 4 had me on the edge of my seat.
 
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Travisina
BradPaula wrote:

"Deadpool" and it was hilarious!

Absolutely LOVED Deadpool! So funny and irreverent and clever - and yes, even moving in places.
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There's no point being grown up if you can't be childish sometimes
 
Gauda Cheese
Now up to Season four of Adventure Time with the wife.

We also watched The Search for Spock her first time and mine for a long time.

We're loving 24 Legacy!

Lastly I'm partway through season 6 of TNG, she finished Rascals (UGH) Oops
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My podcast: http://GATM.buzzs...
 
Klenotka
Angry Angel wrote:

Finally got Netflix and watched my way through Stranger Things with my 14 year-old son. So good, we both loved it. The 80s nostalgia elements were fun, but not essential since he was totally engaged too.

Now starting on The Expanse, excellent SF drama, episode 4 had me on the edge of my seat.


I love listening to soundtrack from Stranger Things at work. I love the nostalgia.

For some reason, I got stuck in episode 2 with Expanse. I think the problem is that I can only watch Netflix on my big table computer, so I canīt sit comfortably to binge watch anything. But Iīll get to it eventually.
Donīt be Lasagne
 
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