Comedy Central has started airing Bored to Death in Holland, but apparently that show got cancelled already. There's some clever writing in the show, and Ted Danson really steals the show as a pot head magazine editor with a serious drinking problem. But Jonathan Ames is consistently annoying as a main character through out the series. This seems to be one of those American shows where they figured out that boobs are awesome. But contrary to Californication, the show lacks convincing likable characters, and lacks a real edge like Californication has. Yes, the nudity is nice. But if its only there for fan service then thats a bit shallow.
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09-01-2012, 16:31 #221
09-01-2012, 16:39 #222
To be honest, Felicia Day kind of annoys me in general. It's not REALLY her, it's more the Internet obsession with her and, therefore, her by proxy.
I watched a couple of episodes of Californication with my roommates over the summer. That show is way too much drama for me.
Yes, Bored to Death was cancelled. I believe there was some outrage over this because it was a pretty well-liked show.
16-01-2012, 23:16 #223
Oh God, that Sherlock finale.
THAT ****ING GLORIOUS TROLLIARTY!
THAT FEEL WHEN YOU HAVE TO WAIT ANOTHER YEAR AND A HALF FOR SEASON 3!
17-01-2012, 15:51 #224
Person of Interest continues to improve, which is saying a lot for a series that started off pretty well. The characters, the tone, the plot device that drives the show's main mechanic... all great. What's even better is that my fiancée actually likes it, too, which doesn't always happen with my taste in shows. (i.e., she said she'd watch the pilot for The Walking Dead, but I don't feel confident that she'll like it... the setting & frequent gore may be too much of a downer)
There must there a legit place for we Amurricans to watch the new Sherlock, sherly?
But, seriously ... is there?
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17-01-2012, 20:28 #225
17-01-2012, 20:38 #226
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17-01-2012, 20:46 #227
Sherlock, the TV series. Narrated by Robert Downey Junior and Jude Law. Now with 43% more violence and the killer has a big yellow arrow over his head when you see him to facilitate the story for the American viewers.
17-01-2012, 20:59 #228
I actually liked the old black & white Sherlock film that I saw, so more plot & intrigue would be welcome on my tv.
17-01-2012, 22:04 #229
17-01-2012, 22:19 #230