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a kind of marathon some 50-60 episodes ;D
it is not possible to have too much Penguins of Madagascar, especially if Mort features heavily
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As a tennis player (tennis lover) myself, I am watching Wimbledon championship on internet stream...and..you know what,-I do constantly see someone baldy in the crowd..with the same glasses as AE wear...Is it possible that Eldritch loves tennis? :)
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As I understand it, he tends not to wear his glasses unless he's performing. It's like Clark Kent's disguise in reverse.
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Honestly, doesn't everybody baldy with sunglasses in Britain look like Eldritch ... :eek: :lol: ...
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'Mon Andy!!!

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Just finished the 1st season of Homeland. Good stuff.
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Yesterday was a evening/ nacht with Sir Charles S. Chaplin watching:
The Kid, Gold Rush and few early years moving pictures (i.e. 20 minutes of love, the Professor); today: The Cure, The Immigrant, The Rink.
next week i'm going to see City light screening in Market place of my old town.
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Just finished watching The Jewel In The Crown - when did Granada decide to stop making outstanding television and focus on garbage?
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EvilBastard wrote:Just finished watching The Jewel In The Crown - when did Granada decide to stop making outstanding television and focus on garbage?
Early-to-mid 90's I think. Granada was also behind the definitive screen Sherlock Holmes with Jeremy Brett which finished shortly before Brett's death in '95.

The beginning of the end was probably David Plowright's departure in '92.

Or you could blame the emergence of Sky and the ensuing race to the bottom from the commercial channels. :urff:
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Seriously, you'd think that babies were a rare occurrence :urff:
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I am currently wading through the animated Batman series from the 1990's
I am not a huge fan of animation and as a child I preferred Marvel to DC but these are excellent - I love the art deco settings, on the whole wonderfully drawn clever stories with just enough humour.
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We've been working through Father Ted again 8)
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Prometheus 3 disc 3D set, it's still pants.
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Scott and me did bits of NIN's Broken, Peter Christopherson's Homoerotic Bondage & Torture banned vid. Quite nasty and prolly not Sunday afternoon viewing. Then a movie with the surviving members of Joy Div, Tony H, Exodus C-Ornflake and various Manc bastard 70s/80s movers and shakers. Tells you a lot more than that PISH! Control fillum ever does.
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Yeah..good day..cheers James....my Sunday viewing is more Highway and Last of the Summer Wine..
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Eww, how queer! :lol:
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Gonna continue Game of Thrones in a bit. We're halfway through season 2...
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Suburgatory, it's more subtle than Modern Family, not as funny but 'nice', I know a lot of ya don't like that word but I need it now and again.
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