The best television series ever.

07-24-2011, 02:01 AM
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07-24-2011, 02:07 AM
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You know it just came to me what the best program actually is I can't believe it slipped my mind in my earlier post.

Top Gear

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07-24-2011, 08:43 AM
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Type in Project Free TV into google, and your favorite movie/tv series. I've been watching a bunch of seasons of friends on it, and I also watched the Hangover on it. Video quality is ok, depends which site hosts the video.
like I said my usual sites dont have it. They are sidereel, tv duck and project free tv. And none have links to megavideo or the other usual sites. Anyone got another useful site??

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07-24-2011, 09:40 AM
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I am! I was shocked to see Wayne Knight on Torchwood, how out of place is that? The gore level is not nearly as high as I was expecting but I believe that's mostly due to it's UK origins. I've watched the first season/series of Life on Mars and I plan to watch the rest of it at some point but it's not the type of show that's conducive to marathon viewings.

The season/series thing gets confusing, here in the US a series is the entire run of a show and not just a yearly run of episodes...
Now that the US has bought the rights for Torchwood, the gore level HAS gone way down. Seriously, watch previous series' and you'll see how much better the show was before the US piped in (no offence). Nonetheless, I am still enjoying the episodes anyway.

Life on Mars is excellent. However, Ashes to Ashes (a follow-up series) was not nearly as good.

Yeah well, for us a series is 4 - 10 episodes made in that year. Then next year there'll be another set of episodes (a series). I don't see how there could be any other way.

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07-24-2011, 10:55 AM
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Now that the US has bought the rights for Torchwood, the gore level HAS gone way down. Seriously, watch previous series' and you'll see how much better the show was before the US piped in (no offence). Nonetheless, I am still enjoying the episodes anyway.

Life on Mars is excellent. However, Ashes to Ashes (a follow-up series) was not nearly as good.

Yeah well, for us a series is 4 - 10 episodes made in that year. Then next year there'll be another set of episodes (a series). I don't see how there could be any other way.
I've seen all of Torchwood, the first two series were not that great. Children of Earth was a huge leap forward for the show. I've enjoyed all of it but it's Doctor Who origins held it back from it's true potential early on IMO. I'm a Doctor Who fan but rubber monsters is not the best way to reach an adult audience. Whatever happened to those things in the sewers anyway? If Starz had not picked it up CoE would have been the end of Torchwood and that would have been a shame. I believe the US and UK versions of Miricle Day ate slightly different as well, UK version has toned down gore while the US version has less references to the previous series. Seeing a guy blown up on a table, that was gory but quite tame compared to Walking Dead and other shows. In the US we refer to a block of episodes as a season probably because sports are recognized the same way. Like you'd have a season of baseball but Star Trek TNG in it's entirety would be a series and DS9 would be another series.
07-24-2011, 11:11 AM
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07-24-2011, 02:54 PM
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I've seen all of Torchwood, the first two series were not that great. Children of Earth was a huge leap forward for the show. I've enjoyed all of it but it's Doctor Who origins held it back from it's true potential early on IMO. I'm a Doctor Who fan but rubber monsters is not the best way to reach an adult audience. Whatever happened to those things in the sewers anyway? If Starz had not picked it up CoE would have been the end of Torchwood and that would have been a shame. I believe the US and UK versions of Miricle Day ate slightly different as well, UK version has toned down gore while the US version has less references to the previous series. Seeing a guy blown up on a table, that was gory but quite tame compared to Walking Dead and other shows. In the US we refer to a block of episodes as a season probably because sports are recognized the same way. Like you'd have a season of baseball but Star Trek TNG in it's entirety would be a series and DS9 would be another series.
Whatever you say.

I enjoyed all of the Torchwood episodes. In terms of comedic, mindless violence with an alien twist, it's good. I was never really one for the story.

You think the episodes are different? Yeah, well we saw the blown up guy on the table (with his moving eyes) and stuff, so if you can name any scene I haven't seen then I will believe you.

So are there normally only one series of a show? That can't be right surely because they're given time to continue the story. Don't they call it season 2 or whatever which is basically the same as a series here.

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07-24-2011, 03:26 PM
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Whatever you say.

I enjoyed all of the Torchwood episodes. In terms of comedic, mindless violence with an alien twist, it's good. I was never really one for the story.

You think the episodes are different? Yeah, well we saw the blown up guy on the table (with his moving eyes) and stuff, so if you can name any scene I haven't seen then I will believe you.

So are there normally only one series of a show? That can't be right surely because they're given time to continue the story. Don't they call it season 2 or whatever which is basically the same as a series here.
I can't confirm that the show is tweaked for each side of the pond because I've only been watching the US versions so far but that's what I read. I've enjoyed all of torchwood but like I said the earlier episodes just weren't very strong IMO. Series is only considered the entire run if a show over here. The term "series fanale" means the very last episode of a show ever in the US otherwise it would be a season fanale.
07-25-2011, 12:07 AM
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Spamcan, you are advocating piracy. You owning the DVDs makes no difference
Can't you guys rent it on Netflix, or see if Hulu, Instant Stream, Amazon or HBO Go has the shows? If anything, rent the pilot for a buck on iTunes
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It's only a handful of episodes but if you don't want to buy the DVDs or pirate them it's an option. Between the excellent writing, incredible voice over work and art deco backdrop the show still holds it's own.
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For the record I have all of Batman TAS, Superman TAS, Batman Beyond, Justice League and JLU on DVD. I'm certainly not advocating pirating it!
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Type in Project Free TV into google, and your favorite movie/tv series. I've been watching a bunch of seasons of friends on it, and I also watched the Hangover on it. Video quality is ok, depends which site hosts the video.
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like I said my usual sites dont have it. They are sidereel, tv duck and project free tv. And none have links to megavideo or the other usual sites. Anyone got another useful site??
07-25-2011, 12:22 AM
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Spamcan, you are advocating piracy. You owning the DVDs makes no difference
Mentioning it does not equal advocating it, ignoring the fact that people do it does not stop people from doing it. If I had said "if you can't find anything why don't you just pirate the episodes" then that would have been advocating it. What you're suggesting is that I'd be advocating murder by using the word murder. Piracy is an option people often turn to, I never said it was a good option but I'm certainly not going to ignore the fact that it exists.

"It's only a handful of episodes but if you don't want to buy the DVDs (good) or pirate them (bad) it's an option."

Why on earth would I want someone to pirate something I spent money procuring anyway? Those box sets aren't exactly cheap.

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