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Recently I've been watching The Andy Griffith Show and Trailer Park Boys.
I'm also re-watching Twin Peaks. Anyone else looking forward to the new season?

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I kinda want to watch game of thrones for the story, but I'm put off by everything else.

Maybe I should read the books.

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So I just finished watching Cartoon Network's Over the Garden Wall on YouTube, and it was great!

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I don't know if it was a tv show, but it has interlude clips so I'd assume so. But I'm about 5 episodes away from finishing Trigun.

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I watched the miniseries "Generation War" and it is just was harrowing and soul crushing as I had imagined it would be. That doesn't mean its bad. Its so well made that it has that effect on you.

I have only recently discovered the joys of "Gravity Falls". I thought it was going to be dull like most shows that Disney has produced but I found out that it is brilliant and I am now addicted to it.

I have started getting back into "Adventure Time".

And, I finally finished season one of "Hannibal". It was an excellent show and ended on a cliffhanger. I desperately need to see the next season to see how it resolves.

Its been a long time since I have watched "The Walking Dead" and I need to get caught up on it.

I got some more episodes of "Masters of Horror". "Pelts" by Dario Argento was definitely the best. "Pick Me Up" was alright and "Deer Woman" was really good.

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I can't watch Ben 10 Omniverse. I'm sorry. It just sucks so bad. They undid everything from AF/UA and flanderized everything. I can't take anything seriously on that show.

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The season 3 finale of The Legend of Korra was both awesome and devastating at the same time...

And the season 4 finale was just plain awesome!

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I got some more episodes of "Masters of Horror". "Pelts" by Dario Argento was definitely the best. "Pick Me Up" was alright and "Deer Woman" was really good.

Deer Woman was a really funny piece of horror comedy. I also strongly recommend Cigarette Burns by John Carpenter because, well, John Carpenter, folks. This man knows how to direct. Very creepy episode starring Walking Dead/Silent Hills guy.

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InDaZone1219 Wrote:
The season 3 finale of The Legend of Korra was both awesome and devastating at the same time...

And the season 4 finale was just plain awesome!

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I got some more episodes of "Masters of Horror". "Pelts" by Dario Argento was definitely the best. "Pick Me Up" was alright and "Deer Woman" was really good.

Deer Woman was a really funny piece of horror comedy. I also strongly recommend Cigarette Burns by John Carpenter because, well, John Carpenter, folks. This man knows how to direct. Very creepy episode starring Walking Dead/Silent Hills guy.



Oh, yes. I have seen that one. It also has one of my favorite German actors Udo Kier. They also reference the Argento film "Suspiria" in which Kier was featured. I saw "Cigarette Burns" paired with Stuart Gordon's episode "Dreams in the Witch House".

I am getting deeper and deeper into "Gravity Falls". Its incredible.

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Mystery Science Theater 3000 (on DVD)
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I just watched the Saturday Night Live 40th anniversary special, and it was great!

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I remember the 1987 TMNT. I liked that show a lot when I watched it on YouTube! I loved whenever one of the turtles got a pie in the face!

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I've been watching the sketch comedy show "The Kids in the Hall". I remember watching reruns of it as a kid and it is still funny as ever.

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I'm interested in this new NBC show called "The Slap". Sounds interesting.

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Since I found out that Invader Zim is being brought back as a comic I have been rewatching the whole series and I forgot how sweet this show is!

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Digimon. Digital Monsters. Digimon are the champions.

Can't wait for the third season that's coming around the corner.

http://digimon-adventure.net/

saw some of the 40th anniversary of SNL as well. was awesome.

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Anybody here watch Gordon Ramsey's show H*lls Kitchen?

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No, but I watch Master Chef Junior - he doesn't curse in that one. ^^

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Meh its not the same without him swearing. :mrgreen:

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I just found out that "Road Rovers" has received a DVD release. I was wondering how long it would take.

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Wow. One of my friends from work showed me that there is a show called Mike Tyson Mysteries. A Cartoon made by the same guys that made Venture Bros. As you can guess, very grown-up humor in it, but wow.

I only got a kick out of it after someone showing me Mike Tyson actually voices himself on the show. And him punching civilians, including an old lady, in order to rescue a little girl.

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I've been watching Samurai Pizza Cats...
I love it.

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I just finished up The Wire and every Monday I watch Game of Thrones on my smartphone. Those are pretty much the only shows that I've been currently watching, other then that, I don't watch much TV.


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I found online some episodes of a show called "Scorch". Its about a 1300 dragon (portrayed by a puppet) waking up after being asleep for 100 years. He lives with an actor and his daughter, acting as the actor's "puppet". The jokes will make you groan more than laugh but it has the novelty of having a dragon as one of the main characters. They made six episodes but only aired three of them.

I just heard that they are planning to turn "The Evil Dead" into a television show.

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Do animes count?

Blood blockade battefront, BONES studio + Yasuhiro Nightow of Trigun fame make for an excellent anime.
Knights of Sidonia, sci fi harem with aliens and cyborgs, slice of life crossed with scary mecha fights with aliens. Amazing 3-D animation.

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I've been watching Samurai Pizza Cats...
I love it.


I agree. Love that show. I've also been watching River Monsters, Gunsmoke, and The Match Game.

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George A. Romero is going to adapt his zombie comic "Empire of the Dead" into a television series. I'm excited for this. I had read that years ago their was an attempt to turn his film "Night of the Living Dead" into a television series. Hopefully this one will come to fruition. I know that people are going to say that they are cashing in on "The Walking Dead", but there would be not "The Walking Dead" if it was not for Romero's films. Character driven drama combined with graphic violence.

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I know that people are going to say that they are cashing in on "The Walking Dead"

Well of course they are, but that doesn't mean it'll be a lazy adaptation or a rip-off. It just means the executives are only doing it cause they know they'll make money.

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Radio Blue Heart Wrote:
I know that people are going to say that they are cashing in on "The Walking Dead"

Well of course they are, but that doesn't mean it'll be a lazy adaptation or a rip-off. It just means the executives are only doing it cause they know they'll make money.


I know. But you know how some people are sometimes. I remember once I was watching "Escape From New York" and one of my roommates' friends made the comment "OMG! This movie, like, rips off Metal Gear Solid!" I felt a huge amount of nerd rage but there is no proper way to behave in those situations.

In other news I have heard that AMC is going to turn Garth Ennis' comic "Preacher" into a series, and "Tales From The Dark Side" is probably going to be rebooted.

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I really don't watch a ton of TV but being home for the summer and having cable is making me get really into the Eric Andre show. He's pretty much a genius



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Wow. One of my friends from work showed me that there is a show called Mike Tyson Mysteries. A Cartoon made by the same guys that made Venture Bros. As you can guess, very grown-up humor in it, but wow.

I only got a kick out of it after someone showing me Mike Tyson actually voices himself on the show. And him punching civilians, including an old lady, in order to rescue a little girl.

I really like the few episodes I've seen. It's definitely got a unique charm to it. :x

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In other news I have heard that AMC is going to turn Garth Ennis' comic "Preacher" into a series, and "Tales From The Dark Side" is probably going to be rebooted.
Oh, "Tales From The Dark Side", wow, I have some of the first ones they made on VHS, I still prefer "The Twilight Zone". "The Outer Limits" Also come to mind, but as for those kind of shows that's about it. Does anyone know any other good ones like that.

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I can't watch Ben 10 Omniverse. I'm sorry. It just sucks so bad. They undid everything from AF/UA and flanderized everything. I can't take anything seriously on that show.


I must say that I agree with the above statement.

On the other hand Adventure Time is really heating up, everything is finally coming into place.
Season 4 of Legend of Korra started out really sluggish but I loved it by the end.
I miss Invader Zim it was so......unique.
I have been watching all of the old Cheers and Get Smart episodes and there very funny, I do love how light hearted yet violent the get smart show was, mass murder was made hilarious by the wacky gadgets used to do it. Everything was a hidden phone, I kid you not the hidden phones were endless.
I haven't seen Game of Thrones but I have read the first three books and am onto the fourth. Has anybody watched the show and the books? If you have which one do yo think is better?
I can't wait for season 9 of Doctor Who or season 7 of Adventure Time.

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I do love how light hearted yet violent the get smart show was, mass murder was made hilarious by the wacky gadgets used to do it. Everything was a hidden phone, I kid you not the hidden phones were endless.

The balloon phone just might be my favourite one out of them all.

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The balloon phone just might be my favorite one out of them all.

I think mine was the phone book, it was so obvious that it was incognito.
Here are some wacky get smart phones. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWhljf7tY_c

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The first photos of "Ash Vs The Evil Dead" have been released!

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All I can say is THANK God I am almost done with Ben 10: Omnivores.

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I've been trying to catch up on the anime series One Piece for 8 months now, and i'm still not caught up!

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I've been trying to catch up on the anime series One Piece for 8 months now, and i'm still not caught up!

Would you recommend it?
What anime genre is it? Comedy, action, extremely violent, light hearted, romantic, supernatural, sad etc.

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DigitalBrave3 Wrote:
I've been trying to catch up on the anime series One Piece for 8 months now, and i'm still not caught up!

Would you recommend it?
What anime genre is it? Comedy, action, extremely violent, light hearted, romantic, supernatural, sad etc.

Yes, I would recommend it. It is kind of a combination of about every genre of Anime. Some comedy, some action, some light hearted moments, some sad moments, some violent moments, some supernatural elements with the whole "Devil Fruit" gimmick, some Slice-of-Life elements. even Mecha! Again, it basically has everything. It will be up to 700 episodes this weekend if I am remembering the current episode count right, so it will be quite a bit of work to get caught up. (The show has been ongoing for about 16 years now if I am correct and is also the largest veiwership out of any show on Japanese television, if that is correct, that means it is the most popular television program in Japan)

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Today I found out that the number of episodes of the new season of Twin Peaks will be 18, originally it was said to be 9.
Also, they will start filming it this September, I believe, and it's not scheduled to air until 2017.

I'm still very excited.

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