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FYI, anyone who is caught up on True Detective, this is the best theory yet as to who the Yellow King is.



post #614 of 1079
Been a Top Gear fan (UK version) since the start. It's hilarious, it's witty, and they talk about some pretty cool cars. Good to see it's still going strong after all these years.
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FYI, anyone who is caught up on True Detective, this is the best theory yet as to who the Yellow King is.

Well...I was interested in this show...;-)

 

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Don't know much about living in Portland, but the quirky Portlandia is so funny.

 

I just started watching this as well...so very funny.

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I just started watching this as well...so very funny.

I have that on netflix but never gave it a chance. I'll have to check it out, if it sucks you are no longer my hero!:-X

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I have that on netflix but never gave it a chance. I'll have to check it out, if it sucks you are no longer my hero!:-X

Gulp...I will say, it is definitely not for everyone.

 

I am having a lot of fun with House of Cards as well.

post #618 of 1079
Portlandia is super crunchy granola. I suspect there are some inside jokes I'm not getting. I've only visited Portland a couple of times.

Alpha House on Amazon is pretty good. Love Doonesbury and John Goodman.
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Gulp...I will say, it is definitely not for everyone.

 

I am having a lot of fun with House of Cards as well.

Just started Game of Thrones. It gets a birdie for the abundance of titties alone!

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Just started Game of Thrones. It gets a birdie for the abundance of titties alone!

Lots more of that to come. You'll see.
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Gulp...I will say, it is definitely not for everyone.

 

I am having a lot of fun with House of Cards as well.

Just finished the season 2 finale last night. It just keeps getting better.

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Just finished the season 2 finale last night. It just keeps getting better.

Tap tap!
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Just finished the season 2 finale last night. It just keeps getting better.

There was a slow part to the middle of the first season, but the end of that season and all of season 2(I am on episode 10) has held my interest.

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True Detective was on point with that season finale. Can't wait for the new cast and story in season 2! 

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Been a Top Gear fan (UK version) since the start. It's hilarious, it's witty, and they talk about some pretty cool cars. Good to see it's still going strong after all these years.


One of the rare shows that has made me laugh so hard tears come out. When they take the international road trips there's nothing better.

post #626 of 1079
Neil deGrasse Tyson's Cosmos is pretty darn good. A great modern rendition of Sagan's Cosmos.
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Neil deGrasse Tyson's Cosmos is pretty darn good. A great modern rendition of Sagan's Cosmos.

The CGI in that first episode was insanely good for a TV show. Excited for the rest of the season.
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My 5 favourite TV shows right now are:

- NCIS:LA

- Hawaii Five - 0

- Chicago Fire/Chicago PD (I count these 2 as one show lol)

- Almost Human

- Revolution

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Neil deGrasse Tyson's Cosmos is pretty darn good. A great modern rendition of Sagan's Cosmos.

 

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The CGI in that first episode was insanely good for a TV show. Excited for the rest of the season.

We DVR'd it and finally watched it last night.  Turned it on right after our kids one allowed cartoon show (last night was the highly under-rated Octonauts) before they go to bed and my son (almost 5) was just finishing his dinner.  He couldn't take his eyes off the screen and I couldn't make him go to bed instead of watching a kick-ass science show, so he got to stay up until 9 last night.

 

His favorite part was the dinosaur/alligator, first-animal-to-go-from-sea-to-land thing that almost ate Neil's legs off. :-P  Mine were the Men In Black style depiction of the infinite-ness of our universe, and of the way he explained all of time as one year.  The entirety of recorded history has only occurred during the last 14 seconds of "December 31."  Mind blown!!

 

I cannot wait until next week!!!

 

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