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The Seal wrote:By John Oliver you mean Last Week Tonight, right?

Superb show.
I love it
Even an episode of New Who featuring David Tennant and Matt Smith performing 2 Doctors 1 Cup would still be better than the entire Colon Baker era
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Currently watching and enjoying:

Game Of Thrones,
Vikings,
Ripper Street,
The Big Bang Theory.

Watched and thoroughly enjoyed:

Jonathan Strange And Mr. Norrell.
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I liked "The Big Bang Theory" and still do, though I probably rate the ones when the lads were single above the 'paired off' ones. They carried on being fine for a while, until Bernadette turned into a superbitch, Sheldon started turning into a caricature of himself and guest stars kept taking over, "Friends"-style.

"Game Of Thrones" isn't something I own, but I saw the 1st 3 seasons and enjoy it, though with all the nudity, suffering and gore it can be heavy-going. Ironic the TV show was probably partially-influenced by the "Lord Of The Rings" films and then ended up eclipsing "The Hobbit" ones, which seem tame in comparison!

"Jonathan Strange And Mr Norrell" may well be remembered as one of the greatest series no-one watched! But it seems The Hive appreciated its quality, if no-one else did. Bertie Cavell could make a fantastic Doctor.
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Mott1 wrote:"Jonathan Strange And Mr Norrell" may well be remembered as one of the greatest series no-one watched! But it seems The Hive appreciated its quality, if no-one else did. Bertie Cavell could make a fantastic Doctor.

The books are great too, and you appreciate what a brilliant adaptation it is once you've digested them.
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Jonathan Strange And Mr Norrell
Missus J and I tried it, but gave up after 2 eps.... (]

We're currently watching this, and liking it a lot:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Messiah_%28TV_series%29
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The Seal wrote:
Mott1 wrote:"Jonathan Strange And Mr Norrell" may well be remembered as one of the greatest series no-one watched! But it seems The Hive appreciated its quality, if no-one else did. Bertie Cavell could make a fantastic Doctor.

The books are great too, and you appreciate what a brilliant adaptation it is once you've digested them.
Nearly picked up the book in Smiths when it was showing on TV. Tempted to buy it to take on holiday.
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Miami Vice
The Tripods
My Sister Sam
Doctor Who
Cobra Kai
Hale & Pale
Only Fools and Horses
Red Dwarf
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Who
Buffy
Callan
Elementary
WHTTLL
The Sandbaggers
That 70s Show
The Little Vampire (80s)
Wicked Science
Seinfeld
Drop the Dead Donkey
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