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sweevo
National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation - for the first time.
 
Child Of Auron
Finished season 7 of 24. An improvement on the previous season. I wasn't sure if the re-location to DC would work after being in LA for so long but it wasn't long before the change in location was no longer noticeable.

I wasn't sure if this season was intended to be the last. There seemed to be a lot of loose ends being tied up with characters from the past re-appearing and having their story arcs completed. Also the on-going narrative of Jack dying from a virus seemed to be the best way to end the show with him dying heroically saving everyone last minute. The last scene, with hope of a cure, could easily have been tacked on if the producers (or network) changed their minds.

I will be moving back to Brothers & Sisters for it's second season - though not sure if I will have a chance to start before Christmas
 
Drasko
Endeavour again, not all episodes
Poldark
And Mad Men again
 
One Spare Part
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Child Of Auron wrote:

Finished season 7 of 24. An improvement on the previous season. I wasn't sure if the re-location to DC would work after being in LA for so long but it wasn't long before the change in location was no longer noticeable.

I wasn't sure if this season was intended to be the last. There seemed to be a lot of loose ends being tied up with characters from the past re-appearing and having their story arcs completed. Also the on-going narrative of Jack dying from a virus seemed to be the best way to end the show with him dying heroically saving everyone last minute. The last scene, with hope of a cure, could easily have been tacked on if the producers (or network) changed their minds.

I will be moving back to Brothers & Sisters for it's second season - though not sure if I will have a chance to start before Christmas

C of A - you should be awarded a medal for long service in watching all of 24! We, who are in the shadow of greatness, salute you! Grin
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
Child Of Auron
One Spare Part wrote:

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Child Of Auron wrote:

Finished season 7 of 24. An improvement on the previous season. I wasn't sure if the re-location to DC would work after being in LA for so long but it wasn't long before the change in location was no longer noticeable.

I wasn't sure if this season was intended to be the last. There seemed to be a lot of loose ends being tied up with characters from the past re-appearing and having their story arcs completed. Also the on-going narrative of Jack dying from a virus seemed to be the best way to end the show with him dying heroically saving everyone last minute. The last scene, with hope of a cure, could easily have been tacked on if the producers (or network) changed their minds.

I will be moving back to Brothers & Sisters for it's second season - though not sure if I will have a chance to start before Christmas

C of A - you should be awarded a medal for long service in watching all of 24! We, who are in the shadow of greatness, salute you! Grin


I bow down to your greatness Smile But graciously accept your salutations

Eight seasons of 24 is a lot but I did find The X Files a lot harder AND I have other series to come which run a lot longer or have more episodes to watch. Stay tuned - you will find out what they are as I come to them Pfft
 
One Spare Part
I started rewatching X files and as usual got side tracked... I may take a leaf out of your book and do it alphabetically. I will alternate rewatches with catching up on newer stuff.
Is that a new year's resolution already?
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
rojkerr1
I love the X-cops episode, can I see that ID again...?
 
Child Of Auron
OSP - I think you have made your first resolution, it's better than saying you are giving up drink Pfft
 
Child Of Auron
I did start Brothers & Sisters season 2 this evening as every plan I had fell through.

Daft, sentimental tosh but still enjoyable and still making me a tad emotional in places. How dare it! I must be tired Grin
 
Vanessa Doffenshmirtz
Klaus
Mean Girls
The Grinch who Stole Christmas
I used to be such a sweet sweet thing
Till they got a hold of me.
 
Travisina
Tracking Santa's journey across the world with Norad - https://www.norad... (currently flying over Turkey)
Twitter: @TravisinaB7
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A statement of fact cannot be insolent
 
sweevo
Die Hard, because why not?
 
sweevo
Morgan's Boy - Gareth Thomas's favourite role of his own - all 8 parts of it (some kind soul has uploaded it on YouTube) - I don't get why it hasn't been released on DVD or even repeated, it's that good.
 
rojkerr1
very sad story
 
sweevo
Indeed it is.
 
littlesue
sweevo wrote:

Morgan's Boy - Gareth Thomas's favourite role of his own - all 8 parts of it (some kind soul has uploaded it on YouTube) - I don't get why it hasn't been released on DVD or even repeated, it's that good.


Only the last episode was repeated because the South of England had an almighty thunderstorm that night and it blacked out the IOW transmiitter. Such were the complaints from viewers that they had to repeat that last episode!!!!
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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sweevo
Damn weather. Smile
 
rojkerr1
Worzel Gummidge, loved it!
 
One Spare Part
You put wor after w...
"We're in the centre of a mystical convergence here."
 
rojkerr1
lol
 
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