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Discussion in 'useless chatter' started by water, Feb 21, 2013.

  1. Wednesday nights @ 10 on FX
  2. All ours come from shit economics. The brits thrive on misery.
  3. I watched the first episode and part of the second. I just don't see the Felicity chick in the role, she doesn't fit, it just doesn't work.
  4. I wish Mad Men would start again. Community is on right now thankfully but I hate it when I have to wait a week between episodes.
  5. Arrow sucks

    How can u guys watch any of those shows on the cw network
  6. Am I going to be lost if I start a few eps in?
  7. Troll harder.
  8. Kinda. It's serialized. And the first episode is excellent.
  9. I thought it was excellent casting, but it's a matter of personal opinion.
  10. okay, everyone who has posted here state their opinion of Homeland.

    If you like it, i will immediately discard all your other opinions
  11. Love it. Best show on Showtime besides Dexter.
  12. Gave up on it half way through season 1.

    Keep meaning to start again but not sure I can sit through it.
  13. ITT bad show wins tons of awards.
  14. Troll harder.

    Homeland is amazing.

    I didn't include in first post because it's another that has gotten pretty popular.
  15. I believe kiwi gave up on Homeland just like I did.
  16. i seriously have tried to watch it 3 times. Furthest i ever made it was the 4th episode.

    Theres no fucking action or drama, its just whiney family shit about some fucked up dude and some crazy fbi lady
  17. I think the problem with the show is it lacks about 10% of the extra intrigue it should, and it starts too slowly and the questions take too long to be answered. Plus I don't give a fuck about the characters at all, especially ginger british guy.

  18. lol wut?
  19. She gave up on it because it was a little to coarse for her, it had nothing to do with the story.
  20. It was too 'coarse' for me too, which is part of the story, an unnecessary part but still.