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widowspider
QUOTE (maian @ Mar 16 2010, 09:14 PM) *
In other HBO news, the latest trailer for Boardwalk Empire has just hit the interwebs.

Great cast (Steve Buscemi, Steve Zahn, Stephen Graham, Melissa Leo, Michael Stuhlbarg, Motherfucking Omar), great writer (Terence Winter, writer of many an episode of The Sopranos) and a great director (Scorsese, though I'm not sure how involved he will be beyond the pilot). Should be alright.

Vince almost did background work on that show as it films in New York, but he couldn't get time off work at the last minute. They keep sending me stuff for it but they need girls with long hair. Annoying!
Chapman Baxter
QUOTE (widowspider @ Mar 18 2010, 04:34 PM) *
They keep sending me stuff for it but they need girls with long hair. Annoying!


Wear a wig.
Everlong
QUOTE (omni @ Mar 15 2010, 02:31 PM) *
Treme -



QUOTE (maian @ Mar 16 2010, 08:14 PM) *
Boardwalk Empire has just hit the interwebs.

Great cast (Steve Buscemi, Steve Zahn, Stephen Graham, Melissa Leo, Michael Stuhlbarg, Motherfucking Omar), great writer (Terence Winter, writer of many an episode of The Sopranos) and a great director (Scorsese, though I'm not sure how involved he will be beyond the pilot). Should be alright.


Steve Zahn has been busy.
PrincessKate
This morning I caught CBBC show Dead Gorgeous by accident.
In the vein of much Australian kids TV it's fairly odd, but also strangely watchable, much like Round The Twist or Atlantis High (which was ace)
Sostie
The Bubble a day early was a nice surprise last night. Turning the tables on David Mitchell was quite funny. Odd seeing Tim Key wearing bright colours, and the weight loss is getting worrying now. Josie Long was gorgeous (oh, and funny)

Talking of hotties in The Bubble. Did anyone else think that Sue Perkins looked absolutely stunning in last week's episode? A little androgynous, but stunning.
logger
I thought last night's Bubble was a repeat so I didn't bother watching it. I did see Sue Perkins last week and now I'm crushing on her for the first time in ages.
PrincessKate
QUOTE (Sostie @ Mar 19 2010, 09:05 AM) *
The Bubble a day early was a nice surprise last night. Turning the tables on David Mitchell was quite funny. Odd seeing Tim Key wearing bright colours, and the weight loss is getting worrying now. Josie Long was gorgeous (oh, and funny)

OH BOLLOCKS. Key is totes on my list (which we were discussing on the late shift last night), Iplayer for me tonight, then.
QUOTE (Sostie @ Mar 19 2010, 09:05 AM) *
Talking of hotties in The Bubble. Did anyone else think that Sue Perkins looked absolutely stunning in last week's episode? A little androgynous, but stunning.

I really did - this past month I've been a little too keen on effeminate men/slightly masculine women altogether.
Raven
QUOTE (Sostie @ Mar 19 2010, 09:05 AM) *
Talking of hotties in The Bubble. Did anyone else think that Sue Perkins looked absolutely stunning in last week's episode? A little androgynous, but stunning.


I keep forgetting this is on, completely missed the Perkins/Millican episode, very annoying.
sweetbutinsane
QUOTE (PrincessKate @ Mar 18 2010, 10:20 PM) *
This morning I caught CBBC show Dead Gorgeous by accident.
In the vein of much Australian kids TV it's fairly odd, but also strangely watchable, much like Round The Twist or Atlantis High (which was ace)


The girls' accents offend me, but I agree with what you said. smile.gif
Shack
QUOTE (Sostie @ Mar 19 2010, 09:05 AM) *
The Bubble a day early was a nice surprise last night. Turning the tables on David Mitchell was quite funny. Odd seeing Tim Key wearing bright colours, and the weight loss is getting worrying now. Josie Long was gorgeous (oh, and funny)

Talking of hotties in The Bubble. Did anyone else think that Sue Perkins looked absolutely stunning in last week's episode? A little androgynous, but stunning.


There are gaping holes in his cultural frame of reference. I liked it lots.

And yes, Sue did look stunning.
Ade
I'm really quite enjoying Married [ ] Single [ ] Other [ ] on ITV - has anyone else been following it at all? It's about the only thing I've been bothered with on regular telly recently.
Shack
Wonders of the Solar System

Toppo. Just toppo. I'm telling all the kiddywinkles to watch the reruns.

Bang Goes The Theory

Not as good as the first one, although I did like the atoms bit.
Sostie
Snog, Marry,Avoid can get quite addictive. Last night I particularly enjoyed the loveable lesbian punks and the transformation of Big Brother's Mario & Lisa. Also enjoyable was The X Factor's Kandy Rain, who seem a little too "diva" for an act that went out in the first week of the show. Nice to see them doing well, as we caught up with them on tour, which seemed to consist of not very full bars in caravan parks.
Wife Of Rolex
ITV Kill The Bill

Bastards. I love a bit of Bill. And Mickey. And Leon. And Smithy. And Manson. And Nate. And Jo. And Mel. Not so much Max, though.

Awww. sad.gif
sweetbutinsane
QUOTE (Sostie @ Mar 26 2010, 04:04 PM) *
Also enjoyable was The X Factor's Kandy Rain, who seem a little too "diva" for an act that went out in the first week of the show.


If they don't want people to go on about how they were strippers, why do they still dress like them?

I really wanted that cyber goth to have a make-under.
maian
I'm genuinely surprised that The Bill has been cancelled. It's the sort of mediocre, inoffensive show that just seems like it could go on forever.
PrincessKate
QUOTE (Sostie @ Mar 26 2010, 04:04 PM) *
Snog, Marry,Avoid can get quite addictive. Last night I particularly enjoyed the loveable lesbian punks and the transformation of Big Brother's Mario & Lisa. Also enjoyable was The X Factor's Kandy Rain, who seem a little too "diva" for an act that went out in the first week of the show. Nice to see them doing well, as we caught up with them on tour, which seemed to consist of not very full bars in caravan parks.

The gay boyfriend couple are getting on my tits, already. What the heck is up with her face?
And this can't be good for Strawberri Peach's business, who wants to be known as the business that's 'clothing' people who end up getting makeunders?

Lisa did look lovely after her makeunder though (eyebrows aside).
empathy-with-beast


When I look at this poster I can't help but think that this is Graham Norton and Graham Norton in a hundred years time.
Wife Of Rolex
It makes me think, "Giant Munchkins!"
curtinparloe
I find it fascinating that the picture exudes such general wrongness that it took over a minute for me to notice the yellow brick road in the background.
PrincessKate
Why is Lloyd Webber wearing a smoking jacket?
logger
And what's with the "Ooooh, get you" facial expression?
empathy-with-beast
The opening sequence features a series of pornographic looking Dorothys wrestling with each other and tying each other up. I highly recommend it.
PrincessKate
Fuck, you're right.
Dodgy on innumerable levels.
logger
I just watched it and it's so like my dreams it's not true.
PrincessKate
Helpless tree-bound Dorothy will probably make an appearance in mine tonight.

I am bemoaning the demise some of my favourite comedy shows from my youth:

Live Floor Show
Bring Me The Head of Light Entertainment
Comedy Nation

*sigh* barely anything at all on the tubes of you, such a pity.
Jimmay
I'm surprised I don't have square eyes after the amount of TV I watched yesterday. I got Sky+HD delivered but therefore had to watch all of my recorded stuff before I set up the new box. I gave up and deleted all of Caprica but watched 6 episodes of Fringe, an episode of Lost and a few other odds and sods before setting up the box at about 11 last night. My God is it pretty!
Wife Of Rolex
Watched Paul Merton's Weird And Wonderful World Of Early Cinema on BBC4 last night. A great little look at both very familar and forgotten early movie imagery. Particularly enjoyed finding out about Max Linder, who I'd never heard of before and found genuinely very funny.
logger
I watched some documentary about the bombing tactics of WWII. It was absolutely barbaric. Funny how pictures of the burnt bodies of Hamburg's children aren't used as much as pictures of spitfires and Tommys walking off into the distance when people are feeling all nationalistic.
Starscream`s Ghost
I've always said Bomber Harris was a war criminal, and should be regarded as such.
logger
When you consider that the invasion of Europe was delayed for a year, partly to test out how effective Harris' tactics would be, maybe he shouldn't be the only one.
omni
Dawn and I sat thru the first 3 episodes of Five Days last night. We spent the the majority of the time after the 1st episode screaming at the TV because the writing was so terrible. More the fool us for continuing watch but it was kind of a moody slow motion train wreck; fascinating in its ludicrousness.
sweetbutinsane
I do not approve of E4's break from Desperate Housewives, just as it was getting really good. I know it's probably because it's Easter Sunday this week, but if they stick some film on about Jesus instead I will not be happy.
PrincessKate
Is Calvin's sister in Hollyoaks a lesbian now?
I don't understand.
Raven
QUOTE (sweetbutinsane @ Mar 29 2010, 07:26 PM) *
I do not approve of E4's break from Desperate Housewives


Nor I E4's break in The Big Bang Theory.

Did Brian Cox just channel Ben Kenobi?
omni
Just heard from the proverbial horses mouth that Castle will be back for a full 3rd season.
NiteFall
Awesome. It's one of my favourite shows on at the moment. But I couldn't really tell you why.
Serafina_Pekkala
QUOTE (logger @ Mar 29 2010, 01:54 PM) *
When you consider that the invasion of Europe was delayed for a year, partly to test out how effective Harris' tactics would be, maybe he shouldn't be the only one.


And hindsight is 20/20. I think it's all very well to judge people who lived in that time - but they were fighting for their lives every single day. Including my parents.

War is barbaric so when people start wars, be prepared for barbarism. On the whole - the allies were far better than many. They didn't line up prisoners to be shot. They just sent them to B&Bs in the Isle of Man. Some people do that for holidays.
logger
Which allies?
Raven
The Allies, I'm guessing (is that a Russian ambush I see you planning around the corner?).
Serafina_Pekkala
QUOTE (logger @ Mar 30 2010, 11:32 PM) *
Which allies?


The Allies. The term used in opposition to the Axis powers.

Although I do not include 'Uncle Joe' Stalin in that ilk of gentlemanly warfare - he was an utter shit. Mainly I mean- Britain, USA, Canada, Australia, NZ, South Africa, British Empire forces, Free Polish Army, Norwegian resistance, French resistance and all the others who fought against Nazi oppression.

I know many people - some of whom I love dearly - who fought in WW2 and I will defend them to the end.
logger
There's no arguing with that logic.
Starscream`s Ghost
I would always say that there's a difference between ordinary people fighting for their lives and top brass, though. There's a huge difference between say, my grandad and great-grandad who had to fight in WWII and the Great War, and people like Haig and Harris. I'm not sure if I'm making sense.
widowspider
QUOTE (omni @ Mar 30 2010, 08:35 PM) *
Just heard from the proverbial horses mouth that Castle will be back for a full 3rd season.



QUOTE (NiteFall @ Mar 30 2010, 09:31 PM) *
Awesome. It's one of my favourite shows on at the moment. But I couldn't really tell you why.

Fillions is my main reason. Although most of the cast seem to enjoy the high-camp humour of the show and play that, rather than trying to be a gritty police drama like CSI does. That's another reason I like it so much. Fillions seems to be pleased, judging from his tweets.
gulfcoast_highwayman
QUOTE (Serafina_Pekkala @ Mar 30 2010, 11:36 PM) *
The Allies. The term used in opposition to the Axis powers.

Although I do not include 'Uncle Joe' Stalin in that ilk of gentlemanly warfare - he was an utter shit. Mainly I mean- Britain, USA, Canada, Australia, NZ, South Africa, British Empire forces, Free Polish Army, Norwegian resistance, French resistance and all the others who fought against Nazi oppression.

I know many people - some of whom I love dearly - who fought in WW2 and I will defend them to the end.



Fair enough not including Stalin, but the Russian people fought so bravely and lost more than any other nation in that war.
Serafina_Pekkala
QUOTE (logger @ Mar 30 2010, 11:50 PM) *
There's no arguing with that logic.


You should do a comic podcast called 'Half Empty' and see how many downloads you get.

QUOTE
I'm not sure if I'm making sense.


I get your meaning. And GCH's.
logger
QUOTE (Serafina_Pekkala @ Mar 31 2010, 11:19 AM) *
You should do a comic podcast called 'Half Empty' and see how many downloads you get.

You should go to Wootton Bassett and throw flowers at hearses.
PrincessKate
I'm going to get my mum into Castle and see if she develops a crush on Fillion.
Serafina_Pekkala
QUOTE (logger @ Mar 31 2010, 12:11 PM) *
You should go to Wootton Bassett and throw flowers at hearses.


I don't need the attention.
logger
Is that why they do it? I thought it was just to wallow in morbid sentimentality.
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