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Old 09-25-2011, 11:37 PM   #31
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Yeah, I didn't realize she was in that, she's too recognizable an actor, I assume she's definitely going to end up as an ally.
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Terra Nova's not bad, but it's not that good either.
I hate the main family's origin.
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damning, with faint praise
this from a guy that stayed with one season of falling skies

I am still 15 minutes away, should I get in or not
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Old 09-26-2011, 10:53 PM   #34
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damning, with faint praise
this from a guy that stayed with one season of falling skies

I am still 15 minutes away, should I get in or not
Get through the first hour, and then see what you think.
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Old 09-26-2011, 11:00 PM   #35
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Terra Nova was pretty good, but not the best thing ever. I'm going to give it a chance and watch it again next week (especially since there's nothing else on Monday nights). I felt like I was watching Avatar, Lost, Jurassic Park, and a little bit of The Matrix all at once.
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Old 09-27-2011, 12:22 PM   #36
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So far, I've liked Person of Interest, Ringer, Revenge and Two Broke Girls.

Terra Nova started off slowly, but ended well. And I agree the family origin was annoying.

I was iffy on The New Girl. Zooey gets on my nerves.

I didn't really like The Playboy Club and I HATED Charlie's Angels.

I've got Pan-Am waiting on my DVR and am really looking forward to American Horror and Once Upon a Time.
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Old 09-27-2011, 01:55 PM   #37
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Watched five minutes of "2 Broke Girls" last night and thought it was terrible. I watched about two minutes of "Whitney" and thought it was worse than terrible. "New Girl" was cute and I'm interested to see more.
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Watched five minutes of "2 Broke Girls" last night and thought it was terrible. I watched about two minutes of "Whitney" and thought it was worse than terrible. "New Girl" was cute and I'm interested to see more.
I was curious to give 2 Broke a try because I have high hopes for Kat Dennings' career.
But, time and self respect has stopped me from doing so.

I really like Zooey, but I feel like I could burn-out on her pretty quickly if I saw her being cute and charming that regularly.
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Old 09-27-2011, 02:23 PM   #39
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I really like Kat Dennings but was annoyed at how hard the writers were trying to make her character "edgy." It's like, OK, we get it, she's smart-mouthed. The writers are too busy thinking up cutting things for her to say that they didn't write a three-dimensional character.
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Person of interest looks ok. Will give it another try.

Terra Nova, not so much.

Will check out Once upon a Time and The River
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Just watched The Playboy Club. Not bad, kinda interesting and Eddie whatshisface is hawt

I also watched Whitney. That was pretty funny, but pretty cliche at the same time. I guess TV is running out of ideas.
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I've watched a few new shows this season:

2 Broke Girls - kinda meh. Agree with what has been said so far. I'm giving it another week or two, but I'm veering towards not watching. Hopefully it will get better, but I'm not holding my breath.

A Gifted Man - interesting premise. Nothing fabulous, but I'm going to watch a few more weeks to see if I'll stick with it. I'm always so hesitant to give up without giving it a few weeks, since pilots are often not that great.

Pan Am - I think it has promise. There was just WAY too much going on, so hopefully they'll pick a storyline and stick with it in upcoming weeks. I love the clothes, though!

Hart of Dixie - I really enjoyed this. Wasn't expecting to like it as much as I did. It has a very Sweet Home Alabama-vibe to it, but I like it.

I can't really watch any more new shows, because I watch enough TV as it is.
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So far, I've liked Person of Interest, Ringer, Revenge and Two Broke Girls.

Terra Nova started off slowly, but ended well. And I agree the family origin was annoying.

I was iffy on The New Girl. Zooey gets on my nerves.

I didn't really like The Playboy Club and I HATED Charlie's Angels.

I've got Pan-Am waiting on my DVR and am really looking forward to American Horror and Once Upon a Time.
Ringer and Revenge are good. I never watched any Buffy before.

Terra Nova, if 3/4s of the pilot is not good, the 1/4 is not enough for me.
Not going to waste my time.

Pan Am and Playboy Club are both ok, they seem to working on making some interesting characters.

New Girl, not so special for me at all, I may give it one more shot.
I did like Whitney a bit more.

The one I would say some of you should give a try if you have not yet, would be Revenge, with so many it would be easy to over look it.
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Watched Pan-Am and it's a keeper. I'm going to give Terra Nova one more shot because not every pilot can be Lost.

So keepers, Pan-Am, Revenge, Ringer, Person of Interest, Two Broke Girls
Maybe: Terra Nova, The New Girl
No: Playboy Club
Hell No: Charlie's Angels
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Pan Am was alright. Different anyway from any other show on tv lately. There was a lot going on for a first episode. I'm interested to see how the show's writers can keep the storylines going enough to reinsure the show remains on the air.
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