Favourite tv show

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Re: Favourite tv show

Postby Magerine2 » Sat Nov 29, 2008 5:12 pm

I'm pretty sure I'm the only Chuck fan in here... It's an awesome show, and I feel like me and my family are the only people who ever watch it. The thing is, it's in the same time slot as Dancing with the Stars, which about 14 million people watch!!! I don't know why they watch it... The good news is... they're running out of stars. :D.

So, if I ever for some weird twisted reason miss Chuck, I'll just watch it on hulu.com the next day. Hulu has everything.

So, Chuck is about a computer nerd who works in a Nerd Herd at a Buy More (couldn't do Geek Squad at Best Buy!) and he's just a nice guy with family and friends and one day he gets this e-mail from his old college buddy Bryce Larken (Remember that name! It's important!) and it turns out old Bryce is a spy for the CIA. A rogue spy. He destroyed a super computer called the intersect (another important name!!!) and sent it to Chuck in an e-mail before Bryce got shot. Chuck opens the e-mail, and all the intersect secrets appear and are basically downloaded in Chucks brain. He saw the intersect secrets, and now whenever he see's something that's in that computer, he has a quick flash on them, and knows exactly who/what they are. So the government sends Sarah Walker of CIA and Jon Casey of NSA to protect him, and go on missions with him.

It's just really funny, and please please don't base anything off my description of the show, because I'm weird. It's on Mondays at 7 on NBC.

Chuck, then Monk, and then... well, not The Office anymore... It stinks now.
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Re: Favourite tv show

Postby jessiquita » Tue Dec 02, 2008 12:25 am

Magerine2 wrote:So, if I ever for some weird twisted reason miss Chuck, I'll just watch it on hulu.com the next day. Hulu has everything.


It only works in the US though! *cries*
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I'm adding TMZ and Dragon's Den to my list of favourite shows.

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Re: Favourite tv show

Postby optiguy » Sun Jan 04, 2009 4:47 pm

Hahahahaha! Big Bang Theory FTW!!!!! BEST SHOW EVAAAAAAARRRRRRRR!!!!!!!


*Ahem* Sorry, I really like that show.
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Re: Favourite tv show

Postby Harlan Phoenix » Sun Jan 04, 2009 6:11 pm

This thread needs more Gargoyles.
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Re: Favourite tv show

Postby optiguy » Sun Jan 04, 2009 10:13 pm

Wow, that was completely random. You shouldn't spam like that.
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Re: Favourite tv show

Postby Tyrison » Sun Jan 04, 2009 10:43 pm

Not exactly. Gargoyles was a TV show; I used to watch it myself. But in the future, please have a bit more to contribute, Harlan, mkay?

Optiguy, you used the report button, which was good, but you posted something completely irrelevant to the topic. Next time, just use the report button, mkay?

I haven't seen it for a very, very long time, but it was definitely a favorite of mine.

I used to love watching Pokemon and Digimon as well, but I sort of grew out of it. :P
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Re: Favourite tv show

Postby Harlan Phoenix » Sun Jan 04, 2009 10:54 pm

Tyrison wrote:Not exactly. Gargoyles was a TV show; I used to watch it myself. But in the future, please have a bit more to contribute, Harlan, mkay?


Considering other posts I've seen on this board, that post was hardly a travesty.

I used to love watching Pokemon and Digimon as well, but I sort of grew out of it. :P


Which is funny, since Digimon Tamers remains one of the most mature animated series I've ever seen.
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Re: Favourite tv show

Postby optiguy » Sun Jan 04, 2009 11:56 pm

Tyrison wrote:Not exactly. Gargoyles was a TV show; I used to watch it myself. But in the future, please have a bit more to contribute, Harlan, mkay?

Optiguy, you used the report button, which was good, but you posted something completely irrelevant to the topic. Next time, just use the report button, mkay?

I haven't seen it for a very, very long time, but it was definitely a favorite of mine.

I used to love watching Pokemon and Digimon as well, but I sort of grew out of it. :P


Okay, sorry about that. I'll do that in the future. I didn't know gargoyles was a show.
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Re: Favourite tv show

Postby Tyrison » Wed Jan 07, 2009 12:24 am

No, it's okay. :P I forgot about it until a few weeks ago when I and some friends were discussing old shows we'd watched as children.

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Tyrison wrote:Not exactly. Gargoyles was a TV show; I used to watch it myself. But in the future, please have a bit more to contribute, Harlan, mkay?

Considering other posts I've seen on this board, that post was hardly a travesty.

But still; it's important to contribute. Anyhow, back on topic.

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Tyrison wrote:I used to love watching Pokemon and Digimon as well, but I sort of grew out of it. :P

Which is funny, since Digimon Tamers remains one of the most mature animated series I've ever seen.

I wouldn't know; I haven't watched much TV lately or, for that matter, in the last couple years. Ghost in the Shell and some other stuff is more mature, but then again, it's more adult-ish. *shrugs*

I like catching a bit of House when I can, though it doesn't happen too often.
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Re: Favourite tv show

Postby optiguy » Wed Jan 07, 2009 12:59 am

Tyrison wrote:I like catching a bit of House when I can, though it doesn't happen too often.


Yes! Another House fan! That's on my list of favourites.
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Re: Favourite tv show

Postby Harlan Phoenix » Wed Jan 07, 2009 9:34 pm

Tyrison wrote:I wouldn't know; I haven't watched much TV lately or, for that matter, in the last couple years. Ghost in the Shell and some other stuff is more mature, but then again, it's more adult-ish. *shrugs*


Adult doesn't equal mature, but I won't judge the Ghost in the Shell series because I haven't seen it.

Digimon Tamers (Digimon season 3) had a well developed cast, Digimon who had their own personalities rather than just being familiars of their human partner, didn't shy away from things like death or family issues (but dealt with them in a respectful, tasteful way), and a fully realized story arc that took all of the elements it introduced and fleshed them out amazingly.

Yes, it's a children's show...but I don't like growing out of quality entertainment. Besides, this is a forum dedicated to a children's book series...how can you really say you don't indulge because you grow out of something?
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Re: Favourite tv show

Postby Axartsme » Wed Jan 21, 2009 2:05 am

1. Mine would have to be Bleach, Japanese w/ english subs (can't miss an episode)!
2. Simpsons
3. Family guy
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Re: Favourite tv show

Postby BkkprGirl » Mon Feb 02, 2009 10:03 pm

My favorite TV show is tied between LOST and The Office. I'm more loyal to LOST, but maybe that's just because I've been watching it longer.

Both of last week's episodes for LOST and The Office had ADORABLE moments in them...
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I'm sad that fewer and fewer people are watching LOST. It's such a great show, and yeah, it leaves you a bit confused, but no other show like it gives you that same feeling of eerie confusion, mixed with awesome characters and some of the best acting out there.
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Re: Favourite tv show

Postby Axartsme » Sun Feb 08, 2009 8:14 pm

Thats not true, I know so many people just like me that always watch lost.
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Re: Favourite tv show

Postby MDR » Wed Feb 25, 2009 9:57 pm

Ah too many, but at the moment im thinkin boston legal "Denny Crane"!
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