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Post by Brass Monkey on Tue 28 Jan 2014, 21:33

Get a room shitheads.
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Post by PeterCS on Tue 28 Jan 2014, 22:34

What for? Private viewings?
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Post by skully on Fri 31 Jan 2014, 05:49

Sheldon will be pissed that he didn't prove the theory.

"80 years after they were first theorized, scientists have just created an artificial magnetic monopole.

Monopoles were first conceived in their modern form more than 80 years ago by Paul Dirac, one of the founders of quantum mechanics."


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For those who are not fans of The Big Bang Theory - Sheldon Cooper - self-appointed-smartest-man-on-the-planet - spent 3 months with his 3 friends at the North Pole in the dead of winter trying to prove the existence of monopoles - and thought he'd succeeded - only to find his buddies faked some effects to end the hellish experience. It lead to this amusing moment. Very Happy 

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Post by lardbucket on Sat 01 Feb 2014, 23:23

JKLever wrote:
Rob I wrote:

Dexter ("that bloke is just like you", said the GF)

more than a little worrying

wonder if she's still breathing

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Post by LeFromage on Tue 18 Feb 2014, 03:18

All right, five episodes of True Detective down, and I'm not exaggerating when I say that the last two have been the best TV since Breaking Bad.

You should really be watching this. It's outstanding.

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Re: OT: Favourite Current Television Programme?

Post by taipan on Tue 18 Feb 2014, 03:25

Watched the first 4 on Sunday.
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Post by vilkrang on Tue 18 Feb 2014, 07:08

Decided to give Burn Notice a go as someone had left the first series at the flat I moved to in January.

Nothing particularly special but it's been a fun ride, in large part due to Bruce Campbell.

Went through a few stages with Jesse, started with "Who's this prick who thinks he's all that?" to "Oh FFS they are adding him to the main cast!" to "Oh, well he's still not in it that much at least" to "Actually, he's alright really".

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Post by Brass Monkey on Tue 18 Feb 2014, 07:29

Yeah, Burn Notice is pretty good. An ex-spy helped write it, so it's pretty interesting to see how shit is supposed to go down 'really' for CIA ops.
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Post by LeFromage on Tue 18 Feb 2014, 09:10

taipan wrote:Watched the first 4 on Sunday.

Get on episode five, stat.

I thought I knew roughly where we headed until this episode. Now I don't know what day it is.
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Post by taipan on Tue 18 Feb 2014, 09:20

Dello wrote:
taipan wrote:Watched the first 4 on Sunday.

Get on episode five, stat.

I thought I knew roughly where we headed until this episode. Now I don't know what day it is.

Will check with Bob*
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Re: OT: Favourite Current Television Programme?

Post by spangler on Tue 18 Feb 2014, 10:41

Starts on Sky Atlantic this week - will be watching it there weekly
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Post by LeFromage on Tue 18 Feb 2014, 10:55

Bear with it. Starts slow. Dialogue heavy. But every line is very carefully crafted and your attention to detail will pay off down the line.

Also, spectacular breasts in episode two. Spectacular.
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Re: OT: Favourite Current Television Programme?

Post by taipan on Wed 19 Feb 2014, 19:58

Dello wrote:
taipan wrote:Watched the first 4 on Sunday.

Get on episode five, stat.

I thought I knew roughly where we headed until this episode. Now I don't know what day it is.

Fark me, they just changed the entire game.
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Post by horace on Wed 19 Feb 2014, 21:57

Brass Monkey wrote:Yeah, Burn Notice is pretty good. An ex-spy helped write it, so it's pretty interesting to see how shit is supposed to go down 'really' for CIA ops.

...but invariably does not...having watched the 4 epi series of Persons of Interest which used film taken by Oz's uquivalent of the CIA, I conclude that spies are more keystone cops than 007,,,that said ASIO is not funny and have spied on and brutalised Oz citzens
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Re: OT: Favourite Current Television Programme?

Post by G.Wood on Thu 20 Feb 2014, 01:23

Dello wrote:
taipan wrote:Watched the first 4 on Sunday.

Get on episode five, stat.

I thought I knew roughly where we headed until this episode. Now I don't know what day it is.


I thought Ep 5 was the best hour of television I have seen in a very long time. Certainly since Scott and Charlene got married.

Agree wholeheartedly with the assessment of the boobage in Ep2
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Post by embee on Thu 20 Feb 2014, 02:02

Even better than when Molly died?
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Re: OT: Favourite Current Television Programme?

Post by taipan on Thu 20 Feb 2014, 03:25

G.Wood wrote:
Dello wrote:
taipan wrote:Watched the first 4 on Sunday.

Get on episode five, stat.

I thought I knew roughly where we headed until this episode. Now I don't know what day it is.


I thought Ep 5 was the best hour of television I have seen in a very long time.  Certainly since Scott and Charlene got married.

Agree wholeheartedly with the assessment of the boobage in Ep2

Just seen the EP 6 preview. Looks like things are getting deeper.
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Post by LeFromage on Thu 20 Feb 2014, 04:17

G.Wood wrote:
Dello wrote:
taipan wrote:Watched the first 4 on Sunday.

Get on episode five, stat.

I thought I knew roughly where we headed until this episode. Now I don't know what day it is.


I thought Ep 5 was the best hour of television I have seen in a very long time.  Certainly since Scott and Charlene got married.


That's what was missing - some Angry Anderson in the background.

But it was right up there with the "Bouncer's dream" episode.
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Re: OT: Favourite Current Television Programme?

Post by Henry on Thu 20 Feb 2014, 07:12

Has anyone been watching Rectify? Any good?

Seems like True Detective is one to watch.
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Re: OT: Favourite Current Television Programme?

Post by taipan on Thu 20 Feb 2014, 07:18

Henry wrote:Has anyone been watching Rectify? Any good?

Seems like True Detective is one to watch.

Trev is would say it is already locked in doe the Emmys and Harrelson and McConaughey will be fighting it out for best actor.
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Post by Henry on Thu 20 Feb 2014, 07:21

You would have got long odds five years ago that Harrelson and McConaughey would be fighting it out for a drama Emmy award in 2014. Up until recently both their careers were in the toilet, surrounded by bad comedy tasting toilet water.
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Post by Lara Lara Laughs on Sun 23 Feb 2014, 23:20

Just caught up on True Detective. Beautiful to look at. It reminds me of Kill List, Stoker, Angel Heart and some other stuff I can't pinpoint at the moment. Brilliant. Always loved Harrelson and had a massive man-crush on McConaughey since seeing Mud.

Spoiler:
At present, IMO, all paths lead to Marty being part of the inevitable satanic cult at the heart of this. Perhaps he's even The Yellow King himself but probably not. And clearly the Tuttle's are/were in some way involved - at least I think this is what Rust's been thinking ever since he clocked on to the eagerness of the task force to take the case on.


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Post by LeFromage on Sun 23 Feb 2014, 23:55

Whoa - spoilers, Laz. Spangler's watching on Sky Atlantic speed (for some reason) and is only one episode in.

Don't like Marty for it.
Spoiler:
But there's something f-ed up going on with his family. His daughter, Audrey, is the key. Drawing sexual images, lining her Barbie dolls up into a gangbang. Taking part in gangbangs a few years later. She's been abused. Probably. But not by Marty - he hasn't got a clue what's going on right under his nose as he's always off being a big swinging dick elsewhere.

Maggie's dad's the one to look at. He's in on it. Reckon.

I think it's a group of five prominent players. That's how many beer can people Rust made. That's how many Ken's attended Audrey's Barbie orgy.

And Rust is tracking them down and killing them off one by one as they reveal themselves to him. Possibly.

Actually, now I've aired this poorly considered theory, maybe Marty could be the Yellow King. That's the final scene. Rust has tracked and killed four of the gang, but he just can't work out who the fifth and final member is... SSSHUNK!! Marty knifes him in the back. And then has sex with his corpse.

FADE TO BLACK
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Re: OT: Favourite Current Television Programme?

Post by Brass Monkey on Mon 24 Feb 2014, 00:10

Gor blimey. I just got spoilered.

Spoilered once in the A and twice in the M. Oh well.

Alls I came in here for was to say that I concur with Dello's high breastage rating and - BAM! - spoiler juice all stuck in my stubble.

Gonna need more than one wet-wipe to clean that shit up.
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Post by LeFromage on Mon 24 Feb 2014, 00:16

Not by me. I used protection.
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