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MontyVeda

a short-tempered ill-controlled small-minded troll
Watching Gregory’s Girl again :blush: . I’m a child of the 80s and these films just make me smile! Best days of my life back then !! Well just different ^_^
I must watch that film again. I remember it was a double bill at the cinema with Chariots of Fire... GG was by far the best of the two. I have seen it since but not for many many years.

Also harking back to my younger days, I watched Children of the Stones again over the last two evenings... can't believe I was nine years old when I first watched it, but I must've been as that was the last time it was broadcast. I have watched it since, also many years ago. I think it gets better with each viewing :okay:
 
Last night, when I was eating a late tea (home from work, at 21:00), I watched Diesel Brothers, the episode where they finish off their (ex Canadian logging) Kenworth:okay:

A couple of episodes of 'The Bing Bang Theory'

I'm not sure who's hottest; Amy, or Bernadette:whistle:
@Maverick Goose
Go on then...........
I presume you have thoughts:whistle:

Fantastic episode! Vulcan's losing their emotional control, reverting to savagery. And then the start of what T'Pol does in later episodes 'experimenting with emotion'...

I'm going to have to start watching Enterprise from the beginning again...
Yes it is!
I watched https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cease_Fire_(Star_Trek:_Enterprise) over the past couple of evenings
Suzie Plakson, who plays Shrans Lieutenant, was K'Ehleyr (Worfs mate, & mother of Alexander, in 'TNG')

An excellent episode, with Soval adapting to circumstances, & starting to see Archers qualities
 

LeetleGreyCells

Un rouleur infatigable
Yes it is!
I watched https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cease_Fire_(Star_Trek:_Enterprise) over the past couple of evenings
Suzie Plakson, who plays Shrans Lieutenant, was K'Ehleyr (Worfs mate, & mother of Alexander, in 'TNG')

An excellent episode, with Soval adapting to circumstances, & starting to see Archers qualities
I love all the episodes with the Andorians and Vulcans. Lots of conflict and character development enhancing the story. P'Jem is a cracking episode.

That's it, I'm going to find make time to watch the series again.
 

Joey Shabadoo

My pronouns are "He", "Him" and "buggerlugs"
Just binged Succession over the last week. Awesome. An entire family of utterly despicable people with no redeeming qualities whatsoever. It's how I imagine The Waltons were when the cameras were switched off.
 

Adam4868

Guru
Just binged Succession over the last week. Awesome. An entire family of utterly despicable people with no redeeming qualities whatsoever. It's how I imagine The Waltons were when the cameras were switched off.
One of my favourite shows last year...Murdoch's ? Some great characters to hate then guiltily warm to.
 
Both previously recorded

Star-Trek:Enterprise
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shadows_of_P'Jem

The Big Bang Theory
"The Shiksa Indeterminacy" Series 1/ep 15)

Rajesh, one of the main charactors has a problem in that he can't talk to women whilst sober
It's from a sheltered childhood, in India, where the only women he saw were his mother, sister & servants

Bernadette, procures his an expeimental drug to try
Sheldons attractive sister is there, & all the guys try to ask her out........ only to be shot down in flames
Raj gets to the door, & the medications are wearing off............... to his horror, & sheer self-pity

I laughed very long & loud, when I first saw this portion:laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:
From about 1:48


View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RnJp7XSbN4Q
 

LeetleGreyCells

Un rouleur infatigable
 

Maverick Goose

A jumped up pantry boy, who never knew his place
Last night, when I was eating a late tea (home from work, at 21:00), I watched Diesel Brothers, the episode where they finish off their (ex Canadian logging) Kenworth:okay:


@Maverick Goose
Go on then...........
I presume you have thoughts:whistle:


Yes it is!
I watched https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cease_Fire_(Star_Trek:_Enterprise) over the past couple of evenings
Suzie Plakson, who plays Shrans Lieutenant, was K'Ehleyr (Worfs mate, & mother of Alexander, in 'TNG')

An excellent episode, with Soval adapting to circumstances, & starting to see Archers qualities
Hmmm...Bernadette:notworthy::rose:I'm currently revisiting Buffy:

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1v_q6TWAL4
 

Saluki

I've run away with my friends to..
Location
...New Tealandia
Line of Duty. 2 hours late as putting new bed together and it was a lot more faffy than the instructions said. After much swearing, turned another page of pamphlet and discovered it was for different bed. I do like iplayer.
 

Eziemnaik

Über Member
Dark - German triumph of will (:laugh:), twisted time travel tale with family drama thrown in for free, highly recommended, better when binged as plotlines fairly complicated. 5/5
 
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