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cheesebeef

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I think this is the next show I am going to watch. I’ve only heard good things about it. I just finished the first season of Warrior which I enjoyed much more than I thought I would. I have no idea why I didn’t think I would like it, but I foolishly avoided it for far too long.

funny... I’m probably flipping to Warrior next and similarly have avoided it for some reason even though multiple friends who’s opinions are almost always in synch with mine tell me they love it.
 

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I gave up on it after 3 episodes. Couldn't get into it even though I usually love Gaiman's work.

I've stated watching Stargate SG-1 again. Such a good show.

There's a lot of TV fans here but for some reason this show doesn't seem to have much of a following on the forum. I guess it isn't dark or gritty enough for most of the posters but my wife and I love it and re-watch the whole series every now and then.
 

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Season three of The Wire. Didn’t have HBO when it first came out so I’m catching it now. Fantastic.
Cant wait to hear what you have to say about season 4. I place it at #1 on my all time seasons of TV list. Remarkable stuff.
 

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Cant wait to hear what you have to say about season 4. I place it at #1 on my all time seasons of TV list. Remarkable stuff.

First three seasons have been great thus far. Bunk and McNulty at that apartment in season one reconstructing the shooting of Avon’s girl is one of my favorite scenes so far.
 

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Damn...that second season finale for For All Mankind was just freaking NAILS.

it juggled five different intersecting storylines flawlessly and ended with a great stinger. When Ronald Moore is cooking, he’s like Walt and Jesse in the **** lab. Pure genius.
 
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