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  1. What are you watching, reading or doing to pass the time?
  2. Iceheart


    Are we surprised I checked this one out? For the first half hour or so, I was like, "yes, yes, we all saw Batman Begins, get on with it." Then, it got interesting. I'll give it a shot for another week at least. Anyone else? It wasn't half bad, really. And there's archery!
  3. So, this got really tl;dr. Just read the bold print if you don't want to wade through everything. This is inspired by two things - a comment made to me on Pinterest, and the fact that last night NyQuil stopped making me sleep and started preventing me from sleeping, and my mind needed something to occupy itself while I finally did fall back to sleep. So, here you go. If you've never really delved into anime other than Pokemon, and maybe being forced to watch Ponyo by an overenthusiastic preschooler, but you'd like to become familiar with it, this thread is for you. BTW - hey fellow otaku,
  4. Looks like there is movement for a Live-Action Star Wars TV show. Sounds like it is in the very early stages and there is timing issues with the movies for when it will be played out. Link: http://www.cinelinx.com/tv/item/7320-star-wars-live-action-tv-show-is-happening-but-still-a-ways-out.html
  5. Placing this one under Science Fiction because of all the relations to it: "Sherlock" was a program that was whispered to me whilst watching "Merlin". I ignored it until recently. It's not at all a bad series, starring Benedict Cumberbatch as Holmes (almost Dr. Who and "Hawking") and Martin Freeman as Watson(Arthur Dent, Hitchhiker's). Produced by BBC Wales for Masterpiece Theatre, with the usual affiliation to WGBH Boston, this chronicle of Holmes and Watson is updated; although there are little nods to the original Sherlock Holmes: 1st ep, Sherlock is beating on a corpse exactly as describ
  6. I was wondering if anyone knows how to get a hold of a Star Wars Holiday Special (from 1978)? Links: A well made Star Wars Holiday Special site. The Star Wars Holiday Special listing at the IMDB Wikipedia's article on the Star Wars Holiday Special YouTube's Listings
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