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Old 01-16-2007, 03:29 PM   #436
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I have eaten in 44 hours so that you kids cause get your slut on. Don't make our sacrifice go to waste.

That reminds me of something Jack Bauer said something like the only thing that got him through the Chinese prison was not wanting to die for nothing....who writes this shit? I think I remembered why I stopped watching season 1. (Battlestar Galatica returns Sunday. Best show on TV.)
Beav, I'm starting to worry about you. That first sentence is a little shaky from a grammar perspective.

Oh, and, you don't watch 24 hoping that an episode of Masterpiece Theater breaks out. You watch 24 to see Bauer chew on someone's neck in order to gain freedom.

Kat, wow, my choices are very....narrow...in scope....
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Wow. That hurts my head.
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Beav, I'm starting to worry about you. That first sentence is a little shaky from a grammar perspective.

Oh, and, you don't watch 24 hoping that an episode of Masterpiece Theater breaks out. You watch 24 to see Bauer chew on someone's neck in order to gain freedom.

Kat, wow, my choices are very....narrow...in scope....
Yeah, that first sentence should say "I have NOT eaten in...." My bad.

True that on 24, I guess I just had higher expectations, which given the state of TV is just stupid on my part. I am sitting here trying to think of one show that is consistantly well written, and I'm drawing a blank. Even BSG (best show on TV) has it's stupid moments. Lost is goofy. Uh...Buffy was great. Friday Night Lights - that's a good one, bu even there the dialogue can sound forced. Hm. TV sucks.
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Your name always put "In a Gadda Da Vida" in my head.
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Your name always put "In a Gadda Da Vida" in my head.


I have to say that Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip is really well written. I wish more people watched it so it doesn't get cancelled. Buffy was a good show!
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Yeah, that first sentence should say "I have NOT eaten in...." My bad.

True that on 24, I guess I just had higher expectations, which given the state of TV is just stupid on my part. I am sitting here trying to think of one show that is consistantly well written, and I'm drawing a blank. Even BSG (best show on TV) has it's stupid moments. Lost is goofy. Uh...Buffy was great. Friday Night Lights - that's a good one, bu even there the dialogue can sound forced. Hm. TV sucks.
Beav, check out The Wire.
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I have to say that Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip is really well written. I wish more people watched it so it doesn't get cancelled. Buffy was a good show!
I watch it - I've really liked it so far!
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I enjoy Studio 60, too, but, I have a few problems with it....namely, it's about a sketch show and the sketches themselves are not funny.....and, sometime the tone better fits with West Wing than a show about a....show. I like Sorkin's writing but occasionally he makes it seem like getting the entire 90 minutes of the sketch show written is akin to saving the world.

Again, I say to Beav, check out The Wire. I have it on DVD and wll fucking mail it to you if I must....it's about the only show on TV that has been 100% critic proof, and it's about to enter its 5th and, sadly, final season later this year.

Also, Beav, Deadwood was insanely well written. TV does suck, on the whole, but there are gems in there, too.
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So has Beav eaten or not?

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Deadwood was amazing. Sweargen was probably the greatest character ever. You're right - that was flawless writing.

I don't have HBO anymore, so no wire for me.

Studio 60, I watched a couple and nothing happens. Like NSW said, they're not saving the world, but the tone is like they are. I don't like the characters.

Reg - no, I've not eaten since 6pm EST Sunday - that's 46 and 1/4 hours. Nice.
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I'd also recommend something sayin that anyone that doesn't go to celebrate Slutfest hates freedom and has allowed the terrorists to have already won (except me and Kat cause we can't make it cause we are fighting terrorists by fasting.)

Nah, we're not echoing the sentiments of the NYC thread. We're originals.

Thanks, guys, I think that was the best work I did all day!
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Beav...I missed it....why are you fasting? Diet...psychotic?

Hi April...I saw the thread...
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Beav, I'm starting to worry about you. That first sentence is a little shaky from a grammar perspective.

Oh, and, you don't watch 24 hoping that an episode of Masterpiece Theater breaks out. You watch 24 to see Bauer chew on someone's neck in order to gain freedom.

Kat, wow, my choices are very....narrow...in scope....

That was so badass I couldn't stand it.

I was yelling, "You don't fucking mess with Jack fucking Bauer" in my living room.
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