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Black Mirror was just put on American Netflix within the last few weeks, and after hearing nothing but the highest praise for it, I dove in yesterday.

 

Woah. WOAH. Two episodes in (there are three per season, as many British shows seem to be), and this is already climbing to the top of my list. This show is hardcore, harrowing social criticism centered around the effects of social media and technology on the masses. I can't wait to see where it goes in the last episode of the season, as well as Season 2.

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I didn't know this, but I'll have to check it out! Speaking of 90's shows, I just started watching X-Files on Hulu. 

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From the "Balle Balle" episode of The Neighbors

 

We loved this series, one of our very fave ones. All too short, too.

Smart writing, great cast, insane situations.

If there's a dvd out with all two (?) seasons' episodes on it, we want it!

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The final number of the "Balle Balle" episode. With outtakes after the final commercials.

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Just saw the recent AHS Freeks episode last night.

 

Sarah Paulson is an amazing actress and she proved it tonight.

 

Great thoughtful episode and still horror-rific at the same time, lol!

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My all time favourite shows are (in no particular order):

 

The Wire

Breaking Bad

The Simpsons (seasons 1-10 only)

South Park

Bob's Burgers

Top Gear

 

I recently binge watched the first season of House of Cards. Holy crap, is that show awesome. I just started the second season and can't wait to see where it goes.

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I was OBSESSED with Breaking Bad while it was on the air, and it will probably always be my favorite TV drama. Fortunately I started watching Game of Thrones after BB ended and that has filled the hole in my heart left by that show's absence. My favorite comedies are Arrested Development and Community, despite both having disappointing fourth seasons... and South Park is probably my most watched show ever. I watch wayyyy too much TV.

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We enjoyed it, from the first episode.

And we supported it no matter how 'wierd' it sometimes got.

And now, it's gone.

 

Bye bye GLEE. We really enjoyed it and what it did for

young people with serious issues they were going through.

 

Thanks for the music. And Sue, too.

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Entertainment Weekly did a few pages on the series ending. It was a great goodbye article with input from all the main cast.

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I really enjoyed the first season of Better Call Saul on AMC. It's interesting to see how "Jimmy McGill" evolves into Breaking Bad's "Saul Goodman."

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I really enjoyed the first season of Better Call Saul on AMC. It's interesting to see how "Jimmy McGill" evolves into Breaking Bad's "Saul Goodman."

 

Good to hear. I've been wanting to watch that, but hadn't heard any reviews.

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Current all-time favorites:

1. Arrested Development (Original run)

2. Futurama

3. The Office

4. Friends

5. South Park

 

When it comes to TV, I almost always prefer comedies. If I'm going to sit through a movie, however, I usually find comedy disappointing, with some notable exceptions.

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