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RE: What are you thinking......... - 3/3/2013 10:12:13 AM   
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Don't worry, you're not alone in that. I tried to convince myself that by the end of the first season I'd been watching something really quite deep, clever and insightful. And then for some reason I forced myself through the second season as well, before realising, no, it's just shit.

January Jones is a terrible actress, all the other men in the office and their various wives/girlfriends/secretaries are completely interchangeable, and Don Draper's secret identity was just not that interesting. It can all be summed up by one episode where the most notable thing that happened was they went on a picnic and threw all their rubbish on the grass instead of putting it in the bin.



And kind of on-topic, but I never get into Scrubs, either. Admittedly, that's because I knew this insufferable twat at university who insisted that I watch it because he was sooooo much like JD (that's Braff's character, yeah?) It got to the point where it made me angry to watch it. So I stopped watching it.

That's an interesting story, isn't it?


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RE: What are you thinking......... - 3/3/2013 10:16:45 AM   
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I liked it and watched the first two seasons through. But then whilst watching the third series when it was broadcast I totally forgot about it. It was only a few weeks later after missing a few episodes did I remember but I never went back to it because I couldn't be bothered. I'm never like that with TV shows but it was too much style over substance.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 3/3/2013 10:37:44 AM   
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Don't worry, you're not alone in that. I tried to convince myself that by the end of the first season I'd been watching something really quite deep, clever and insightful. And then for some reason I forced myself through the second season as well, before realising, no, it's just shit.

January Jones is a terrible actress, all the other men in the office and their various wives/girlfriends/secretaries are completely interchangeable, and Don Draper's secret identity was just not that interesting. It can all be summed up by one episode where the most notable thing that happened was they went on a picnic and threw all their rubbish on the grass instead of putting it in the bin.



And kind of on-topic, but I never get into Scrubs, either. Admittedly, that's because I knew this insufferable twat at university who insisted that I watch it because he was sooooo much like JD (that's Braff's character, yeah?) It got to the point where it made me angry to watch it. So I stopped watching it.

That's an interesting story, isn't it?



That's ashame, I really love Scrubs, it's nice and light-hearted fluff that genuinely makes me laugh out loud. But I know what you mean - the more somebody pushes something onto you, the more averse to it you become. I actually started re-watching Scrubs from the beginning shortly before I went into hospital for my first op, and I'd forgotten how funny it was.


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I liked it and watched the first two seasons through. But then whilst watching the third series when it was broadcast I totally forgot about it. It was only a few weeks later after missing a few episodes did I remember but I never went back to it because I couldn't be bothered. I'm never like that with TV shows but it was too much style over substance.


Huh, that's exactly what I'm thinking so far, but I'm only on episode 3, so I'm trying to keep an open mind to see how things develop, but I'm just not feeling it.

I thought I'd be ripped apart for my post, I thought everybody loved the show.


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RE: What are you thinking......... - 3/3/2013 10:46:04 AM   
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quote:

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ORIGINAL: matty_b

Don't worry, you're not alone in that. I tried to convince myself that by the end of the first season I'd been watching something really quite deep, clever and insightful. And then for some reason I forced myself through the second season as well, before realising, no, it's just shit.

January Jones is a terrible actress, all the other men in the office and their various wives/girlfriends/secretaries are completely interchangeable, and Don Draper's secret identity was just not that interesting. It can all be summed up by one episode where the most notable thing that happened was they went on a picnic and threw all their rubbish on the grass instead of putting it in the bin.

And kind of on-topic, but I never get into Scrubs, either. Admittedly, that's because I knew this insufferable twat at university who insisted that I watch it because he was sooooo much like JD (that's Braff's character, yeah?) It got to the point where it made me angry to watch it. So I stopped watching it.

That's an interesting story, isn't it?



That's ashame, I really love Scrubs, it's nice and light-hearted fluff that genuinely makes me laugh out loud. But I know what you mean - the more somebody pushes something onto you, the more averse to it you become. I actually started re-watching Scrubs from the beginning shortly before I went into hospital for my first op, and I'd forgotten how funny it was.


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I liked it and watched the first two seasons through. But then whilst watching the third series when it was broadcast I totally forgot about it. It was only a few weeks later after missing a few episodes did I remember but I never went back to it because I couldn't be bothered. I'm never like that with TV shows but it was too much style over substance.


Huh, that's exactly what I'm thinking so far, but I'm only on episode 3, so I'm trying to keep an open mind to see how things develop, but I'm just not feeling it.

I thought I'd be ripped apart for my post, I thought everybody loved the show.



Add me to those who don't rate it particularly highly. Production design was fine enough, and some of the performances were nice. But they were just so proud of the former and few of the latter were in any story that was particularly well written or interesting.

I'd ditch the lot and rewatch The Apartment frankly. Or something like Pitfall which kicks into touch this ignorant attitude the makers seemed to have that they were creating something the innocents of the time couldn't own up to.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 3/3/2013 10:54:08 AM   
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That's ashame, I really love Scrubs, it's nice and light-hearted fluff that genuinely makes me laugh out loud. But I know what you mean - the more somebody pushes something onto you, the more averse to it you become. I actually started re-watching Scrubs from the beginning shortly before I went into hospital for my first op, and I'd forgotten how funny it was.




I quite liked it for the first couple of seasons, then when JD made the same mistakes and learnt the same lesson for the umpteenth time I started to find most of the character rather unlikable. i really wanted to punch Zach Braff by the time season 98 came around (or whatever it was).

It's a lovely day outside I should turn off my television set and go outside and do something less boring instead.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 3/3/2013 12:10:17 PM   
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That's ashame, I really love Scrubs, it's nice and light-hearted fluff that genuinely makes me laugh out loud. But I know what you mean - the more somebody pushes something onto you, the more averse to it you become. I actually started re-watching Scrubs from the beginning shortly before I went into hospital for my first op, and I'd forgotten how funny it was.




I quite liked it for the first couple of seasons, then when JD made the same mistakes and learnt the same lesson for the umpteenth time I started to find most of the character rather unlikable. i really wanted to punch Zach Braff by the time season 98 came around (or whatever it was).

It's a lovely day outside I should turn off my television set and go outside and do something less boring instead.



That's fair enough. I still like it, but I always thought he was a dick after ***spoilers - just incase there's one person out there who hasn't seen any and wants to keep it all a surprise*** he bleated on and on about Elliot being the one for however many seasons, ruined her current relationship, and then within one episode of being together told her he didn't actually love her.***end of spoilers*** I always thought less of his character after that.

I'm currently making my way through It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and it's hilarious. All the characters are deliberately unlikeable, in such a way you actually love them for their ridiculousness.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 3/3/2013 12:46:01 PM   
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The other thing about Mad Men, though - I just don't find the concept of advertising and how it works particularly interesting. So the episodes that would revolve around some tricky product they had to sell, and no-one knew how to do it, would generally end with Don doing some grand presentation at the end that I presume was meant to make our jaws drop in amazement at his manly awesomeness and advertising genius.

Except every time I just thought, "Right, and?" The only character I found in any way interesting or amusing was Pete Campbell.


And I might actually like Scrubs, but I can't get past the fact I'll always associate it with this complete twat that I knew.

You know how there's always that one girl (or guy, depending on your preference) that you really, really wish you'd kissed either at school or university? Well, he's the one guy that I really, really wish I'd punched right in the face.

But I don't think I could commit to something that's, like, however many seasons long it lasted for. I want to do a rewatch of The Shield and BSG this year, keep up with some other stuff and I treated myself to the first four seasons of Breaking Bad on payday, so I'm sorted for TV stuff for a while.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 3/3/2013 12:49:15 PM   
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THing is with Scrubs, I think, you couldn't sit through seasons of it. Turning it on occasionally on a satellite channel is pretty much what it's there for for me.

Mad Men - maybe, if it were better written, advertising would be less of an issue? Impossible to tell though

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 3/3/2013 3:47:43 PM   
Sway


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THing is with Scrubs, I think, you couldn't sit through seasons of it.



Heh, that's exactly what I've done, twice now. Watched it from scratch and just gone through season after season. Different strokes and all that...


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But I don't think I could commit to something that's, like, however many seasons long it lasted for. I want to do a rewatch of The Shield and BSG this year, keep up with some other stuff and I treated myself to the first four seasons of Breaking Bad on payday, so I'm sorted for TV stuff for a while.


Funny you should mention BSG, as I'd decided about a week ago that I wanted to rewatch it too. Something triggered it and all of a sudden I desperately wanted to watch it all again.

Anyway the last time I watched it, a pal had burnt it all onto discs for me... but that was a while ago now and I have no idea where those discs are. When I worked at Waterstones I'd picked up S1 & S3 from HMV when I still got discount there, with the intention of buying the rest eventually. So with this sudden and immediate desire to rewatch it again recently, I got my dad to drive me into town to go to my flat to pick these up, and I figured I'd probably just buy the other seasons from amazon or something.

However I discovered when I went to put S1 on, that it doesn't actually contain the mini-series. And then when I thought about it, I realised I'd have to either buy or obtain the webisodes somehow too. I basically realised that for this show in particular, it'd be far more economically sound to buy a complete boxset which contains absolutely everything. So I had a look online and the cheapest I could find was around 49, which I'm not sure I can spend just now, with being off work and all.

So I'm currently stuck, wanting to watch it all again, but not being able to. It's my birthday next month though, so I might ask for the boxset then.

Also, have you seen any Breaking Bad yet? If not, I AM SO JEALOUS.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 3/3/2013 4:04:06 PM   
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Nope, I'm a Breaking Bad virgin. I've not heard a single person say it's anything less than excellent though, so I'm expecting a lot. And if it lets me down...well, that's four seasons I'll stubbornly get through to at least get my money's worth before hoying them onto eBay.

BSG - yeah, I'm the mood for mass extinction and a grim battle for survival at the minute. Funny that...

I don't recall watching any of the webisodes, however, unless they're a special feature on the DVDs, in which case I just didn't bother.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 3/3/2013 4:05:44 PM   
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I'm thinking I now want an iPad mini after playing around with my stepdad's.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 3/3/2013 4:37:21 PM   
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I like Mad Men, although seasons 4 and 5 are on a different level to the first three. I did binge watch the first three though. It's more episodic than something like Breaking Bad, and doesn't really benefit from watching it that way. So it just clicked when I watched it week to week. I also think it was better than Breaking Bad last year, both were excellent though so it's really just splitting hairs.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 3/3/2013 4:50:54 PM   
Sway


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Nope, I'm a Breaking Bad virgin. I've not heard a single person say it's anything less than excellent though, so I'm expecting a lot. And if it lets me down...well, that's four seasons I'll stubbornly get through to at least get my money's worth before hoying them onto eBay.

BSG - yeah, I'm the mood for mass extinction and a grim battle for survival at the minute. Funny that...

I don't recall watching any of the webisodes, however, unless they're a special feature on the DVDs, in which case I just didn't bother.



There's two lots of webisodes - they give you a bit more background on stuff. As far as I can remember, they're not crucial, but they make a difference to your perception of a few things.

I've only had one person tell me so far that they couldn't get into Breaking Bad, and we usually share the same taste in films/tv, so I was very surprised.

I will always be thankful for my pal in Glasgow who told me to watch it - I was hooked from the first 5 minutes of the opening episode. Mental!



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RE: What are you thinking......... - 3/3/2013 10:30:27 PM   
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If i didnt need the toilet so much I would laugh... but im currently locked to the confinements of my own bedroom because something in my door handle is broken. I went to open it and heard an unfortunate metallic "click" and was immediately unable to open. Dad unscrewed from the outside, ive unscrewed from inside... the metally square rod inside turns, but the thing on the side of the door does not come out of the socket. Since mum and other family are asleep my dad decided to call it a night early on, and ive rung to call it in to work tomorrow, no chance of me getting there.

Hope my bladder holds out.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 3/3/2013 10:46:12 PM   
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You've just been left locked in your room because people are sleeping!? To be melodramatic for a second, what happens if there was a fire? I know...what are the odds of that happening on the one night you're trapped in your room, but I'd feel really panicked if I was stuck in my room.

My bladder would definitely not hold out a whole night either.

Well, I'm not really helping matters am I? Hope you get a decent sleep, don't need to pee and your dad doesn't forget about you in the morning before he disappears out to go shopping or something!

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 3/3/2013 10:50:57 PM   
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kumar, I sincerely hope that you're OK and get through the night, but this has really, really made me laugh -

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my dad decided to call it a night early on


It's the sheer casual nature of that statement.

*kumar's dad looks at watch* "Ah, screw it. Sorry, son. I'll sort it in the morning. Goodnight!"

Ah, man. I needed a good laugh today and that's it. Sorry. Hope you get out in the morning.


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RE: What are you thinking......... - 3/3/2013 10:54:24 PM   
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what happens if there was a fire?


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My bladder would definitely not hold out a whole night either.


Two birds with one stone.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 3/3/2013 10:59:11 PM   
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Hey, kumar...




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RE: What are you thinking......... - 3/3/2013 11:02:16 PM   
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The bladder issue, I'm assuming, unless your room is the basement, that you have a window?

I would definitely be very unsettled being forced to stay in a room all night! Also, I can barely go three hours without needing the loo so I would be well and truly fucked. Good luck!

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 3/3/2013 11:08:54 PM   
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what happens if there was a fire?


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My bladder would definitely not hold out a whole night either.


Two birds with one stone.





Kumar's situation reminds me of my aunt who had a similar experience. Her door jammed and she couldn't get out to use the toilet - she shouted on her sister who woke up and came to the door to find out what was going on but after a couple of attempts of trying to open the door she decided she was too sleepy to do anything about it so said she was heading back to bed.

My aunt ended up peeing in a jewellery box or something!

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 3/3/2013 11:10:53 PM   
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Sorry to hear that Kumar. What a pisser.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 3/3/2013 11:16:35 PM   
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RE: What are you thinking......... - 3/3/2013 11:27:46 PM   
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Haha buggers...

Other members of the family are asleep and regardless, noise at this time would cause a fight. Im beginning to struggle at the moment with the loo issue but will manage... and dont worry if there is a fire, I can crawl out the window. Though the roof is a little steep there is barely an 8 foot drop to the drive, which I will probably land on a car and walk if off bare foot. Bruce Willis style.

*edit, though it does face the street and the rest of the houses, so pulling it out for a slash is not really an option.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 3/3/2013 11:39:18 PM   
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Can you not do something with the hinges?

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 3/3/2013 11:42:20 PM   
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Sorry I was taking the piss there, Kumar. Sounds like urine a tough spot.

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 3/3/2013 11:48:15 PM   
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Can you not do something with the hinges?


The hinges are on my side (it opens inwards) and my dad told me to look at them. There is a pin in each obviously, but they are almost completely flush. Ive tried having a go to prise them out with a knife but no use, I cant get any purchase.

I slide the knife under to dad to try and slide down to get the pin thing to slide in an open but he couldnt manage it, and though its an extreme resort (to which mum and dad will obviously be upset with) the door might have to be kicked in from the outside.... few more attempts tomorrow should sort it.

As I said, the twisty mechanism in the handle is fine, but there was a metallic twang, and the bit that holds the door shut in the door frame doesnt appear to be moving at all (difficult to tell since the gap is so small).

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 4/3/2013 12:06:44 AM   
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If it's like the mechanism in one of our windows it'll have to be the wood or the bolt cut through. I think a good kick is your best bet tomorrow

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RE: What are you thinking......... - 4/3/2013 1:03:32 AM   
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RE: What are you thinking......... - 4/3/2013 7:53:18 AM   
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I empathize completely with this guy



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RE: What are you thinking......... - 4/3/2013 9:52:43 AM   
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ORIGINAL: kumar

I empathize completely with this guy




Oh no, did things get that bad you had to tunnel out through your own shit? Condolences.

At least you're out!



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