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I've seen but a fraction of their run yet, but Space Mutiny and Agent of H.A.R.M. were the big highlights yet.

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*Sips beer* Yup
I marathoned all the seasons of King of the Hill. Took me a year...

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So my friends made me watch something called space dandy last night and it was kind of the best thing ever.

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Punchy wrote:
I still have a lot more MST3K to watch...
but so far "Soul Taker", "Space Mutiny", "Squirm", and "The Prince of Space" are my favorites.



Liam wrote:
I've seen but a fraction of their run yet, but Space Mutiny and Agent of H.A.R.M. were the big highlights yet.


I love that show! Some of my favorites are Space Mutiny, The Final Sacrifice, Deathstalker, The Screaming Skull, and The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies.

Also, watching The Amazing Race atm.


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I just got in the mail Season 3 of "My Little Pony" and "Monsters" the complete series!

I've posted about that series before and it is still as good as I remember it! My favorite episode is called "The Hole". It is set during the Vietnam War. Two American soldiers and one South Vietnamese go into a NLF tunnel complex and find everyone torn to pieces. A sole survivor tells them that they dug their tunnels too deep and awoke something evil in the earth. Now, the tunnels "won't let them leave"! And, the NLF, in order to stay hidden, bury their dead in the walls of the tunnels!

Its an excellent anthology series!

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Jello Biafra was in a recent episode of Portlandia. Guest appearances are what make this show so great.

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It got a DVD release in the UK, so I am holding out hope that since "Monsters" got a DVD release then so will "Freddy's Nightmares".

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Lost in Space

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Punchy wrote:
"Space Mutiny"
Liam wrote:
Space Mutiny
Space Mutiny

Big McLargeHuge!

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Anyone watch Silicon Valley?

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I finally watched "Hannibal" when my friend Hunter came to visit. It is actually a very good show. I am starting to understand the fandom growing around it.

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Just got Netflix, and since the streamed movie selection (at least, that interests me) leaves much to be desired, I've been watching the TV selection they have. I grew up watching Batman and X-men, so on a whim, I checked out Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Young Justice, and Avengers: Earth's Mightiest. Pretty good shows, all in all, and I especially like being able to rewatch Batman Beyond without digging out the DVDs. :)


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I also finally saw season three of "Sherlock". It was really good and it had an ending I didn't see coming!

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Keeping Up Appearances. I recommend this British comedy to anyone (The entire series is on Netflix Instant now) and I espically recommend the episodes A Very Merry Hyacinth, Sea Fever, Riparian Entertainments, and Scintillating Socializing as must-watch!


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Rewatching old seasons of Game of Thrones and the Sopranos.


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So I finished Dexter and I think I'm gonna cry.
But for real doh, this was probably the best series I've ever seen.

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I have recently decided that Portlandia has won television and everyone else can go home

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Seth wrote:
I have recently decided that Portlandia has won television and everyone else can go home

Portlandia is OVER!

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If you haven't watched Cowboy Bebop or Space Dandy please do so and stop reading this forum post


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Punchy wrote:
Seth wrote:
I have recently decided that Portlandia has won television and everyone else can go home

Portlandia is OVER!

The ammount of times in an average day that I want to yell "shell art is over !" but can't because people will think I'm a crazy person is roughly a billion.
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If you haven't watched Cowboy Bebop or Space Dandy please do so and stop reading this forum post


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Space Dandy changed my life yo. He ain't lying.

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My dreams have come true. An actual "Friday the 13th" television series! (Other than that crappy one that had nothing to do with "Friday the 13th" from the early '90s. Blatant false advertising.)

http://www.totalfilm.com/news/friday-th ... on-the-way

On the down side, Michael Bay is producing it but I still hope that it won't turn out as bad as his remake. Another plus is that it might have some hard core horror in it. After all "The Walking Dead" and "Hannibal" have both set new extremes in the amount of violence and gore you can show on television.

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Nathan For You is pretty hilarious.

Definitely not G rated, but hilarious.

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I don't have Cable but I have Netflix.

Adventure Time, Regular Show, Doctor Who, Samurai Jack, Johnny Bravo, Dexters laboratory, etc

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Do any of you like the Shannara series by Terry Brooks? There is talk about a tv series based on the books.

For me I really like doctor who, arrow, and some animation, I do need to get into some more series though.

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GAME OF THRONES, Breaking Bad, South Park, The Daily Show, The Colbert Report, 30 Rock, Futurama, Drunk History, Workaholics, @Midnight, Through the Wormhole, and a side of MythBusters. And, of course, all of the others I can't think of right now.

Watching Colbert now is like looking at a dead man...

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Game of Thrones, The Colbert Report, Doctor Who, Top Gear UK. I do not have cable, so I catch some when I can. Otherwise Netflix.

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