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I'd highly recommend Modern Family and Glee. Your enjoyment of Glee would be enhanced if you have teenage children.

I am slowly catching up with the Good Wife. Nothing all that new there but well done.

For returning shows, How I Met Your Mother, Big Bang Theory, Big Love, and (later this year) Mad Men are worthy of your DVR space.

Neil
Current shows I've been with since the beginning: Entourage, True Blood, How I Met Your Mother, South Park, Top Chef, The Office.

My newest Tivo season pass: Pawn Stars

Current shows I cannot get into: Lost(never appealed to me) Always Sunny...(Decently funny show, but Charlie's voice is like nails on a chalkboard to me and cannot sit through an episode because of it.

Show I wish never existed: Family Guy
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Anyone else out there watch Southland? I watched the first season on NBC and the season 2 premiere was on TNT last night. I find it to be a very entertaining show and thought they really did a good job last night.


I really enjoyed Southland but thought it had died forever - not sure we can get it here though Frown
you missed out, big time, if you did not rethink this and go back and catch up. seriously...

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Originally posted by Jcocktosten:
Saw the first episode of The Pacific - maybe I was too tired when I watched it but I didn't really think it was that great - I don't think they did a great job introducing the characters or laying the foundations for the series - was confusing and kind of boring.

Maybe it was me - I would certainly try it again.
Just watched this week's Southland...wow. What I considered to be one of the strongest characters (he never seemed too flashy or had the big storylines, but he was very consistent and a key part of it, IMO) was taken out - quite a final scene they had. The show seems to push the limits of what can be shown on TV more than anything else around.

I was a bit disappointed that the scenes from next week didn't show much of a reaction to the death in terms of a stronger crackdown on those that committed the crime.
just wrapped up the "prequel" to Blood & Sand(Gods of the Arena), OMFn'G! complete and utter brilliance!

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Originally posted by Purple Teeth:
Anyone watching the series Spartacus on the Starz Network?

I can handle the gratuitous sex, but the slow-motion blood-spurting gore is often more than I can deal with. I'm not recording it, but I drop in on an episode occasionally and become either captivated or repulsed.

Definitely not for the squeamish.
I've been watching Being Human on the SyFy channel. It's a remake of a British show. The concept is: a werewolf, a vampire, and a ghost are roommates and are trying to live as normally as they can. I know; as dumb as that sounds on paper, it really is an interesting show. It's not a sitcom, there's plenty of sex, blood and violence.

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