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08-09-2003, 22:56:52

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08-09-2003, 23:03:21
How many people are following that series? Just curious.

08-09-2003, 23:19:43
Me for one.

I'd probably go as far as to say it was the best thing to be on TV since Twin Peaks.

09-09-2003, 08:24:06
i'd probably go as far to say that it's the most contrived, ridiculous, and utterly implausible thing on tv ever

09-09-2003, 08:24:56
Awesome. I knew Palmer would have to survive. :) Was looking forward to that befor ebut I'm REALLY looking forward to that after watching that. Wonder what happened to Tony and Michelle? :bash:

Can't believe they get it so soon in the US. I know we catch up as they have breaks in the season but it still doesn't start here until January or something.

Definitely the best thing on TV at the moment by a mile. Debaser and I even used to watch the Pure 24 fan show after each episode.


09-09-2003, 08:29:55
I've never got into it. I missed the first 5 or 6 episodes of the first series. Everyone was saying how amazing it was so I watched one and thought it was OK, but I didn't feel like I really knew what was going on so never bothered to watch anymore.

The last non-comedy non-sport TV programme I watched religiously was This Life, which was a few years ago now. Good god that was a great show. :)

09-09-2003, 08:32:12
I missed the first 5 or so episodes of the first series but then persevered with it.

This Life was great as well. Missed the first series of that, caught the second and then watched the first series on repeat.

09-09-2003, 08:48:08
Funnily enough, Jack Davenport has been in two of my favourite all-time TV programmes (This Life, and the genius that is Coupling) despite being an indifferent actor who rather irritates me. I caught him in The Talented Mr.Ripley on the telly last night and he was simply terrible, but at least he got killed in that one.

It's weird how the careers of the This Life cast have gone since the show finished. Jack Davenport has done OK, and the Scottish bird was in few things for a while. Milly and the gay Welsh bloke haven't been seen since (at least, not by me - which is all tha matters). Andrew Lincoln does LOADS of voice-over work I've noticed, so must be earning a few quid, and although Teachers is a decent show it always seems like "Egg goes to school" to me since he's playing almost exactly the same character.

09-09-2003, 09:37:16
The gay ginger scottish guy (Ferdie's lover) turned up as one of the elite vampires in Blade II. Which was bizarre.

BTW, don't watch Blade II it's even shitter than you might expect.

09-09-2003, 09:38:12
Too late. :(

09-09-2003, 09:41:58

09-09-2003, 11:36:02
Originally posted by Funkodrom
Wonder what happened to Tony and Michelle? :bash:

What are you talking about, Tony's in that trailer.

Kim working for CTU seems a bit ridiculous but then, like KG said, so does every other aspect of the program so who cares.

09-09-2003, 12:28:32
I'll have to watch it again.

16-09-2003, 22:42:31
Real player. Argh. :bash: