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What are you watching right now?

Posted by Daltons chin dimple on Saturday, March 6, 2010

I am watching The Karate Kid Part II. It has not aged well.

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Posted: 10 years 19 weeks ago

Right now I am watching the clock tick by until I have a meeting I am really dreading.

In other news, nearly Easter!!! More time off!

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Posted: 10 years 8 weeks ago

ANNA PAQUIN'S TITS are back.

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Posted: 10 years 8 weeks ago

Speaking of Paquin and her marvels.....

I have a feeling I might have lost some episodes of Tru Blood from my Sky box whilst I was away!  Last episode I saw was in Season 2, and had Sookie and the other guy being locked in a cellar after attempting to pose as an engaged couple to infiltrate the religious summer camp.

Is that how the season ended?  Or are there more episodes in season 2 and my Sky box has messed up?

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Posted: 10 years 8 weeks ago

I thought Season 2 ended with Sookie entering a supposed tough man competition (really a front for a vicious pony labor ring) down in Mobile, AL.  A werewolf mummy shatters her (Sookie's, that is) elbows and knees in a disqualifyingly violent and sudden rope jerk in the tug-o-war, forcing her (Sookie, that is) to use nothing but her nipples in the ice break-off.  (Naturally, she has to enlist the help of Invisi-Billy, whose job it is to enter the ring--unbeknownst to the judges--pick her up, and hurl her at the ice blocks.  When chief competitor Booku Dinkidow figures out what's up and tosses that bag of flour at Ivisi-Billy, though... hoo, boy, you'd better watch out!)

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Posted: 10 years 8 weeks ago

That might be a good season finale for Anna Paquin's Tits, Goiter, but that's not what went down.  (um....)

You are, in fact missing an episode or two, Dalty.  Season 2 of Anna Paquin's Tits ends with a confrontation with the Maenad.  Well, it doesn't END the season there...more stuff happens after that, but that's the last episode of Season 2 of Anna Paquin's Tits.

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Posted: 10 years 8 weeks ago

Goddammit!  These episodes auto-deleted off the Sky+ box.

Still, that was the first run on FX.  Hopefully Channel 4 will re-run the whole season in a couple of months and I can pick them up from there.

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Posted: 10 years 8 weeks ago

Incidentally, I hear that Anna Paquin's Tits does indeed feature other tits from time to time as well.  Crazy.

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Posted: 10 years 8 weeks ago

That's one show where the show IS better than the books.  I read one and when I finished it I said "Why did I finish this piece of crap?  I should have tossed it half way through, if not well before." 

 

I'm watchin' MXC reruns on VHS.  Wish I had newer eps than 2005.

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Posted: 10 years 8 weeks ago

Yes, Anna Paquin's Tits does often feature other tits, for which it should be commended.  Now, if we could only see Jessica's tits, I'd start calling it The Anna and Jessica Tittie Show.

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Posted: 10 years 8 weeks ago

Running Stargate Atlantis Season 4 on DVD.

Sshhweeeeet!

 

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Posted: 10 years 8 weeks ago

Currently watching the 2nd Season of 3rd Rock from the Sun and working my way through the first two volumes of The Golden Age of Looney Tunes.

I'm also being introduced to Dr. Who. Goiter's helping. Really enjoying it so far. I've now seen 1 episode with the ninth doctor, 2 episodes with the tenth doctor (the episode we watched last night, "Blink" was really good. Though now I'm extra wary of the skinny bunny statue on campus.), and four episodes with the current doctor (the first one, and then the last three that have aired).

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Posted: 10 years 8 weeks ago

Terminator: Salvation on BluRay. Managed to miss it on release, had my expectations lowered by all the online shennanigans so am actually enjoying it!

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The Brothers Grimm. Not very good, plus the wolf thingie was the worst CGI I've seen since Peter Jackson's King Kong.

Gothika. Yeah, I'm catching up some old stuff I'd taped off of cable. Fun times!

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I'm disappointed in myself for not having watched Brothers Grimm yet.  I like Gilliam.

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Vol 3 of Pinky and the Brain

We were watching Al-Quaeda, and all this time our security services should have been keeping watch on Jakester's throbbing nutsack!-Dalton's chin dimple
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And what are they doing tonight Omi?

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The Chronicles of Riddick. Unintentional comedy of the highest order. At least 80% of Riddick's dramatic scenes were him taking off his shades. And I would fall out of my chair laughing every time someone thought they were a match for Riddick. I was like, Dude, you wouldn't last an 8th of a second against super mega Riddick! Hell, I fully expected that during the 700 degree sunrise, Riddick would piss on the sun and put it out, then drop kick it across the galaxy! I thought it was actually halfway clever of them to have this guy who they were touting as a mega-tough on the bad guys side to never go up against Riddick, cuz if he did, he wouldn't look mega-tough at all. He'd look like a super mega-douche.

Faster and faster, a nightmare we ride. Who'll take the reins when the miracle dies? Faster and faster till everything dies. Killing is our way of keeping alive. - Virgin Steele, Blood and Gasoline
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Watched some Hamlet 2 goodness last night. "I feel like I just got raped in the face!"

Faster and faster, a nightmare we ride. Who'll take the reins when the miracle dies? Faster and faster till everything dies. Killing is our way of keeping alive. - Virgin Steele, Blood and Gasoline
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The face raping was the best part (actually, my very favorite part might have been where the villainous character was so moved by the play that he spontaneously admitted to having been molested as a child). I spent the 4-day weekend watching a 'House' marathon on Jtv. The guy must've had the whole DVD set on his computer, including extras, cause they showed some special features following the end of season 1. I love 'House', but there's only so much I could take, plus the marathon had no breaks, so I slept through quite a few episodes. Actually, I was planning on opening up that page again to see if the marathon was still ongoing, and if it would ever end. When I started they were in season 6, and then followed that up with season 1, and so on. By the time they got to the first large block of episodes I hadn't seen (season 4), I no longer cared. I did try to peak in once in a while to get an idea of what happened for the rest of the season, then I watched the finale, which was awesome (but I had already seen half of while watching random episodes in a hotel room in Atlanta during last September's Dragon Con). I watched an ep or two of season 5 then, but by that time it was Monday night and I ended up getting up at 3 in the morning to try to get an early start at work on Tuesday. I'm still slightly tired from that, though I was much worse yesterday. I only got five hours of sleep last night, but it's weird, the more tired you get, the more rejuvinated you'll get from a short period of sleep. My body went into hardcore sleep mode last night, and got every ounce of sleep it could out of five hours. Now I almost feel pretty good.

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I purposely deprive myself of sleep so that I sleep better.

(Cue Goiter carrying on about how he's slept maybe 6 hours since 1982.)

Faster and faster, a nightmare we ride. Who'll take the reins when the miracle dies? Faster and faster till everything dies. Killing is our way of keeping alive. - Virgin Steele, Blood and Gasoline
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Too hot to sleep!

Although I am from Britain, so we probably class about 25C as too hot to sleep.

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I've been rewatching Alias.  Love that show.  I just started the final season. Started watching Jekyll, and so far James Nesbitt is awesome. Finished watching Coupling recently, hilarious and has a good ending.  I've randomly watched a lot of Lie to Me's first season because it's available for streaming on Netflix. I've been watching the DVDs for the third season of Burn Notice. Also watched Tombstone this past weekend.

So yeah, lots of television in there.  It seems like I usually get caught up on a lot of television during the summer.

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I just watched Where the Wild Things Are a few nights ago. I haven't read the book when I was a kid (and I still haven't), so I'm possibly lacking the emotional connection to the source material that other people who have seen this movie might have had. The movie was all right, though, as movies go. It had some touching moments, and the naïveté of the Wild Things was often charming.

The biggest factor that detracted from my viewing experience was the main character, Max. I found it very difficult to identify with him, but I don't think it had anything to do with the acting. It seemed like Spike Jonze was too preoccupied with showing off Max's creativity and eccentricity, which only served to alienate me from that character and to take me out of the film. When Max runs away from home, I actually found myself siding with his mother in thinking that the kid is acting completely unreasonably and should just calm the fuck down.

One might make the argument that the point of the movie was to depict the protagonist's development, to show that he has undergone a maturation process by the end of the film, in which case acting like an immature, spoiled brat is part of the setup for that character. I was under the impression, however, that I as the viewer was supposed to undertake this journey with him, but that's not really possible unless I identify with the protagonist's situation and problems. As a consequence, I felt like I wasn't immersed in the movie as much as I needed to be in order to be able to enjoy it fully.

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 Just started watching Farscape for the first time. Not a bad show, it is slow moving so far but has peaked my interest to keep on watching it.

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Working in a computer lab/video viewing place at the university this summer, which gives me access to quite a video library - including the 1st series (2005) of Doctor Who, so I've now watched the first 8 episodes of the Doctor Who series with the 9th Doctor and Rose. Really enjoying them so far. I really liked Simon Pegg in "The Long Game" (I think he makes an excellent villain). The last one I watched, "Father's Day", made me cry quite a bit.

Goiter says that the next two episodes are going to blow my mind. The show is already so good, I can't wait to see these episodes which he holds up above the others with this particular Doctor. Hopefully my feeble mind can handle such awesomeness. He's also anxious for me to move on to the 10th Doctor. All in good time :)