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GibsonRocker

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As you all
Know there is boatloads of crap out there, but there's some real fantastic shows as well. Such as the insanity that will premiere its 5th season this Sunday. Since last summer I've watched breaking bad, twin peaks, community, arrested development, the wire ad some other great shows. It is tough to beat a truly fantastic serial drama. Breaking bad is basically a 40 hour movie that never gets boring. What do y'all like o watch on the tube (pc)? I'm needing a new show now. It's between boardwalk empire, game of thrones, dexter, and the shield.
 

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Weeds. I watched a lot of House before it got canceled.
 

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Person of Interest

incredibly awesome show

[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bCM14jNOYcQ[/ame]
 

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Currently on-air:
Game of Thrones
Boardwalk Empire
Breaking Bad
Mad Men
The Walking Dead

Done but awesome:
Carnivale
Deadwood
Rome

Mini series:
Band of Brothers
The Pacific
From the Earth to the Moon
Generation Kill
 

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Give Dexter a chance. Great show...

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NcMSaVExUiI&feature=youtube_gdata_player]Best Dexter Scene - YouTube[/ame]

Catch Homeland also. New seasons of both coming up in the fall!
 

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the walking dead
breaking bad
dexter
sherlock
game of thrones
 

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For some reason, this time of year I get really melancholy for the old "Northern Exposure" show.

Maybe it's because Texas is hot, and Roslyn, Washington (where it was filmed), looks so cool. Maybe it's because I used to spend a lot of time in Grand Lake, Colorado, and, except for the giant lake at the edge of Grand Lake, it reminds me a lot of the "Northern Exposure" setting.

So I bring out one of the early seasons on DVD and watch a couple episodes, and everything is okay; until the next time.

It might be off the air, but it's still alive and kicking on video, and that's good enough.
 

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The first TV drama broadcast in 1928. The Queen's Messenger Anyone catch it?

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=36fgQYcWl0Y]The Queens Messenger - 1928[/ame]
 

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If someone says Community I'm quitting MLP and never coming back.
 

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