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Mycroft_
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posted 10 June 2003 12:23 PM      Profile for Mycroft_     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Apart from the news (either the National, BBC News or top of the hour news on Newsworld) what I'm watching on a regular basis these days is:

1) King of the Hill nightly at 11 (unless I've seen the episode before) and Sunday nights. I just love the shows humour and its subversive liberalism and it has some of the best character development on US tv. Bobby is teriffic.

2) Curb Your Enthusiasm, Thursday nights at 10pm. Seinfeldian humour from the cocreator of Seinfeld.

3) Oz, Friday nights at 10pm, the final season started last week so I'm tuning in again.

4) YTV's nightly britcoms, Two-point-four kids, Are You Being Served? and Keeping Up Appearances. My computing instructor is *obsessed* with Are You Being Served? (every test in the course has an AYBS theme) so I started watching the shows to give me some sort of edge for bonus marks and, because of late night inertia and inability to find the remote control, have been catching the other two shows as well. Two point four isn't very good, usually I just catch the end of it, I have become a fan of Keeping Up Appearances which takes a rather deft swipe at upper middle class people who have aristocratic airs. Onslow and Daisy are marvellous. Onslow in particular is, unusually for a Britcom, not only proudly working class but the smartest person in the show who has chosen "bone idleness" as a lifestyle in order to take a philosophical stand.

5) The Simpsons (Sunday nights only, I've seen the daily reruns too many times to be a regular viewer) and usually Futurama as well.


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posted 10 June 2003 12:32 PM      Profile for Michael Hardner   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
quote:
1) King of the Hill nightly at 11 (unless I've seen the episode before) and Sunday nights. I just love the shows humour and its subversive liberalism and it has some of the best character development on US tv. Bobby is teriffic.

The show is actually pretty even-handed in that it also shows some sympathetic viewpoints from the right as well. It's not as goofy and far out as the Simpsons (with the odd-exception, such as the Chuck-Mangione-in-the-Megalomart episode) but it can provide REAL moments that the Simpsons can't touch.

I like the Trailer Park Boys, although this season was a bit disappointing.

I also like:

The Daily Show, Clone High, CP 24, and Inside Winston Cup...

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posted 10 June 2003 01:19 PM      Profile for Willowdale Wizard   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
can it get any better than re-runs of Emergency? KMG365.
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posted 10 June 2003 01:28 PM      Profile for tyoung        Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Nothing good on TV since they took Hawaii Five-O off.
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posted 10 June 2003 01:30 PM      Profile for scrabble     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Six feet under! Have I mentioned *ahem ahem* that our house was scouted recently for a DVD ad? "Oh my GAWD!" we yelled, like true groupies. "That's like, our FAVOURITE show! SCREEECHH!!!" The location scout we were screaming at (poor guy) had never heard of it. "Is it any good?" Only, like, the BEST. Life. Death. Everything. Yeah, so it's a soap opera (who's baby is it anyway? will he survive the brain surgery? do they or don't they?) - but it's deeply good. Even the opening credit sequence has won numerous design awards.
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posted 10 June 2003 01:49 PM      Profile for iworm   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Keeping in mind that I live in the USA, and hence have access to shows which might not be available in Canada, and that only Scrabble scored higher than me in the Geek Test, it should come as no surprise that I spend much of my time watching offerings from the SciFi network:

1. Stargate SG-1 (which has a lot of Canadian content, since it's filmed in Vancouver); and

2. Farscape, which I believe to be the finest SF series ever produced for television. Mind you, it was cancelled last year in mid-cliffhanger. Grr.


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posted 10 June 2003 01:57 PM      Profile for ronb     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
quote:
Keeping in mind that I live in the USA, and hence have access to shows which might not be available in Canada,

Oh sure, ladeeda, lording it over us with your precious American programming. But tell me this, Mr. High and Mighty, do you get the 24 hour all-Lexx/Starlost channel? Do ya? Hmm? How about the Beachcombers/Forest Rangers channel? Channel Frightenstein? Well. Don't feel so big now, do you?


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posted 10 June 2003 02:01 PM      Profile for iworm   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
quote:
How about the Beachcombers/Forest Rangers channel?

Forest Rangers rocked! I miss that show.


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posted 10 June 2003 02:04 PM      Profile for ronb     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
And if you were up here, you could enjoy the adventures of Sgt. Scott and Joe and all the rest of the gang ALL DAY LONG!
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posted 10 June 2003 02:06 PM      Profile for al-Qa'bong   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
quote:
How about the Beachcombers/Forest Rangers channel?

*just fell into a nostalgic mist*
Razzle Dazzle, (That show with the boomerang that would freeze time...), The Bananas, The Banana Splits (Danger Island!!!), Drop In, H.R. Puffinstuff...
*off to liquor store*

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posted 10 June 2003 02:07 PM      Profile for scrabble     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
quote:
SciFi network

Spaaiiissssss: The Imagination Station If our tv had a homepage, this would be it. RFL calls it "All Star Trek, All the Time" but he's wrong. Where else can you catch up on the Godzilla vs Gamera / Radon / Mothra flicks? Eh? Eh?

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posted 10 June 2003 02:08 PM      Profile for iworm   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
quote:
Originally posted by ronb:
And if you were up here, you could enjoy the adventures of Sgt. Scott and Joe and all the rest of the gang ALL DAY LONG!

Hey, remember this amazing cartoon from the early 70s called "The World of Oz"? Now that was art. The opening theme is here:


http://www.toontracker.com/realvid/talesoz.ram


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posted 10 June 2003 02:19 PM      Profile for iworm   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
quote:
Originally posted by scrabble:

Spaaiiissssss: The Imagination Station

I met the Executive Producer of Space at a party some years ago. He had some funny anecdotes about running the network.

Apparently, the distributor initially wouldn't let them run Battlestar Galactica without agreeing to also run Quark. Aieee. Remember Quark, anyone?

Also, responding to a viewer poll, they blew most of their initial budget on acquiring the entire Dr. Who library... and no one watched it. Apparently we'd all forgotten how atrocious some of the early episodes really were.

[edited 'cause i'm an idiot.]
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posted 10 June 2003 02:30 PM      Profile for 'lance     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
quote:
Also, responding to a viewer poll, they blew most of their initial budget on acquiring the entire Dr. Who library... and no one watched it. Apparently we'd all forgotten how atrocious some of the early episodes really were.

I used to watch Dr. Who occasionally on TVOntario. My favourite low-budget moment involved the "giant maggots." These consisted of two or three people bundled up in what looked like silver-lamé mummy-type sleeping bags, crawling along the ground, inch-worm fashion.

Agree with you about Farscape, by the way. Almost every week, while watching, there's a moment when I say something like "This would be unthinkable on any Star Trek franchise." I've had to quit saying this, though, because the Divine Ms M rolls her eyes in exasperation and says "Different kind of show altogether, ['lance]."

She's right there. Farscape is much superior.


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posted 10 June 2003 02:31 PM      Profile for Willowdale Wizard   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
quote:
How about the Beachcombers/Forest Rangers channel?

once, i explained a typical beachcombers plot to an American friend. she looked skeptically at me, and said, "so, they drive around in boats and collect logs." "no, but you don't understand, relic has a really fast boat!"


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posted 10 June 2003 02:42 PM      Profile for vickyinottawa   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
H.R. Puffinstuff...that's funny. I was also a Razzle Dazzle Fan...but of course, nothing can top the Hilarious House of Frightenstein
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posted 10 June 2003 02:45 PM      Profile for iworm   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
quote:
Originally posted by 'lance:
I used to watch Dr. Who occasionally on TVOntario.

The local PBS affiliate shows a complete Dr. Who movie (i.e., a complete serial) every Saturday night. ('Cause, hey, us geeks don't have weekend plans.) Washington is so geek-friendly that even a local bar shows Dr. Who episodes on Wednesday nights.

The franchise died an ugly death in 1996 with the Fox-produced American version of the Doctor, in a TV movie called The Enemy Within, also filmed in Vancouver, starring Eric Roberts as the Master. If you're a fan of classic Who, this probably made you cry.

And yes, I still watch Farscape in disbelief that something on American TV can be that creative. Of course, it's a British-Australian-US co-production, so maybe that has something to do with it.


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quote:
even a local bar shows Dr. Who episodes

does the bar serve sonic screwdrivers?


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posted 10 June 2003 03:14 PM      Profile for iworm   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
quote:
Originally posted by Willowdale Wizard:

does the bar serve sonic screwdrivers?


*GROAN*

Someone has beat you to it. Apparently it has vodka, orange juice and.... Rice Krispies.


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quote:
Also, responding to a viewer poll, they blew most of their initial budget on acquiring the entire Dr. Who library... and no one watched it.

They only ever showed the black and white episodes which were made when the series was aimed at children. If they'd shown the colour episodes from Pertwee on the ratings would have been better.

King of the Hill has a lot of subversive Canadian content (Norm Hiscock used to be a writer on Kids in the Hall). Dale smokes Manitoba cigarettes, for instance.


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On the topic of sci-fi geekery, I thought the recent Children of Dune miniseries was pretty good -- it was the sequel to the Sci-Fi Channel's Dune series a couple years ago, but with a much bigger budget & better special effects.

My favourite show on TV these days, though, is The Wire on HBO -- it's a cop show set in Baltimore, made by a lot of the same writers and actors that brought us such brilliant fare as Homicide and Oz. Great writing, great acting, and a plot as rich and multilayered as a Tolstoy novel. It takes a while to get into it and figure out what's going on, but once you're in, you're fuckin' hooked.

In fact -- yikes! -- the new episode starts in a few minutes. Gotta go!

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I like the English, Scottish and Australian cop shows.
There are a couple that are very good on Show.

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I find the brutality on Oz a bit too repetative to maintain my interest.

It's ripe for satire.

And, I saw a couple of hours of "Curb Your Enthusiasm." As I feared, it turned out to be one long "George" episode.

I used to surf away from "Seinfeld" during a lot of "George" moments.....

I'm not a regular watcher of T.V. these days. I catch maybe an hour in the morning of the Discovery Chanels news magazine, or sometimes something on the History chanel.

I've caught some repeats of "Made in Canada" lately; I really like the humour.


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Trailer Park Boys
The Daily Show
Curb Your Enthusiasm
The Buzz
Made in Canada
The Simpsons
Prime Time Glick
Jay Leno
Conen O'Brian
Blackfly
Jack Benny
Bizarre
The Man Show
Ed The Sock
-pretty much any standup comedy show
-other sitcoms that happen to be on
-some British dramas and mysteries, if they catch my interest

[ 11 June 2003: Message edited by: Andy Social ]


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And, I saw a couple of hours of "Curb Your Enthusiasm." As I feared, it turned out to be one long "George" episode

I 'con-quer'. I found the show almost unwatchable. It would be alright as an intermissionary 5 minute short, but since the show tops out over 30 minutes, it's just a little to monotonous for my liking.

Otherwise, King of the Hill, South Park, old episodes of the Critic, Simpons, Malcolm, Law & Order (Oh, A&E, why did you ever cease running it 5 times a day??) and of course, re-runs of Buffy and Angel whenever I get the chance.


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CSI (Vegas, not Miami)
Law & Order
Law & Order, SVU
Without a Trace
Any documentary.... I'm a documentary junkie
Oh, and Star Trek -- all of 'em!
...and Dexter's Labratory on YTV! (my son would like to BE Dexter!)

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CSI (Vegas though Miami has gotten a little better)
Without a Trace
Anything with archeological bias
A lot of things on the learning channel
Law & Order, Criminal Intent has been interesting
Many of the forensic shows when I happen to catch them.

I don't really watch TV much but I find most sitcoms revolting. I did enjoy Are You Being Served? and Keeping up Appearances.


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CSI (Miami, not Vegas) ... the category is "sexiest red-head in the history of TV," and the nominations are ... is it me, or does Caruso talk like Agents in The Matrix?

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Oh yeah, I've started watching Malcolm in the Middle too.
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Malcom in the Middle is pretty good.

Another show I've caught a few times is Da Vinci's Inquest, much more watchable since they've dropped the camera techniques stolen from American cop shows.

Whomever directs Da Vinci's Inquest must be really good. Almost all the actors in that show I've seen do other stuff, and none of them were terribly believable to me as actors, until now.


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Da Vinci's Inquest was good but I've lost interest in it lately. Caruso turns me off, which is why I don't watch Miami much. He's too tough in the wrong sort of way but the last while he's become more human. I like the coroner and find the show has improved with them having her do more.
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What I find interesting is the whole crime on T.V. phenomena. I mean, it's always been there, going back at least to the original "Dragnet", which supposedly used real cases.

But lately there seeems to be a huge explosion in crime drama and "true crime". I mean, "A&E" is pretty much a "true crime" chanel anymore.

I'm trying not to be judgemental on this stuff. I mean, I watch some stuff of questionable value myself.

But some of these shows feature actual crime sceen photos, and often I get the impression that it doesn't serve to educate, but to titilate.

I just can't be a party to that.


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Da Vinci rules. I, for one, still haven't quite gotten over the novelty of having an actual quality TV show set in my hometown. It's fun to see familiar Vancouver locations on the tube. They even filmed a few scenes right outside my building once.

Though this can get kind of annoying. I usually have to watch each episode twice: the first time, I'm too busy saying things like "Hey! That's that coffee shop on Powell Street!" or "Hey! That's the alley behind such-and-such a building!" to pay any attention to the plot.


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Someone was set to film a sit com in London, Ontario, but it got canned before it got started.

I have to wonder how bad it could have been, considering how bad some sit coms were that made it to Canadian T.V.


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My top 10 must-view shows:

1. Puppets Who Kill
2. Kevin Spencer
3. The Daily Show
4. Blackfly (you gotta love the episode with Ben Franklin as a devil-worshipper who tries to use black magic to hypnotize the denizens of the fort into surrendering to the Americans!)
5. Conan O'Brien (just the comedy bits for the most part, especially Triumph The Insult Comic Dog. I did watch the whole claymation episode, though.)
6. CFL games
7. The Simpsons
8. League of Gentlemen
9. The Sopranos
10. Thriller (Boris Karloff horror anthology series from early 60's, on digital TV now but should be on Space in the fall -- check it out.)


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3. The Daily Show

i'm going to NYC for a week at the end of june/start of july, and two friends and i will try to get studio audience tickets for jon stewart!

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I watch "The National."

I'll be waiting for "Hockey Night in Canada" before I watch much else, I suppose.

What's up with the crime dramas? Is there no other subject for TV shows? What happened to wholesome stuff like "Petticoat Junction," "Green Acres," "Bonanza," and "Combat?"


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Is there no other subject for TV shows? What happened to wholesome stuff like "Petticoat Junction," "Green Acres," "Bonanza," and "Combat?"


Shirley Temple kept them all.

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Who says comedy is the lowest form of entertainment?! I'm a cartoon addict, so I see Space-Ghost coast to coast whenever I can...
and when I can't, King of the Hill, futurama, Family Guy or Simpsons re-runs suffice.

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