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  1. djsurrey

    Travelers

    Power Watched first season of Travelers on Netflix. I enjoyed it. Now I have to wait for more. The location shots are around Vancouver BC. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Travelers_(TV_series)
  2. Actor, director and writer Garry Marshall died last week at the age of 81. Widely recognized as an important player in the history of the sitcom, Marshall was the creator of Happy Days and its various spin-offs, along with developing Neil Simon's The Odd Couple for television. On the big screen, Marshall was also known for directing films including Pretty Woman, Runaway Bride, and The Princess Diaries. Marshall's acting credits include Murphy Brown and guest spots on shows including Monk, Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, and Brooklyn Nine-Nine. http://variety.com/2016/film/news/garry-marshall-dead-dies-pretty-woman-happy-days-1201817964/
  3. djsurrey

    Blindspot

    Anyone watching Blindspot? They reveal new things each episode. How long can that go on?
  4. Hello UK people!! I wasn't sure where to put this (sorry if this is the wrong place!) tonight on E4 is a brand new comedy called Chewing Gum and I'm just shamelessly plugging it to death BECAUSE ITS SO GOOD. Heres a brief DL on it. WARNING though, its filthy and I mean, Inbetweeners possibly worse filth. Actress, writer, award-winning playwright, singer and poet Michaela Coel wrote the role of 14-year-old Tracey for her semi-autobiographical monologue Chewing Gum Dreams, playing the part to great acclaim at venues including The Yard and The Shed at the National Theatre. Now, the Londoner is reprising the character, older but hardly wiser, for her new six-part comedy for E4, Chewing Gum. In Chewing Gum, Coel plays Tracey Gordon, a religious Beyoncé-obsessed 24-year-old who is fast finding out that the more she learns about the world, the less she understands. The programme sees Coel’s characters ten years on from the play, having left the innocence of teenage dreams behind to enter a world of adult confusion. Michaela describes Chewing Gum as ‘literally like a tribute to Craig David.’ The 6 x 30 series will air on E4 in October and is commissioned by Rachel Springett, Commissioning Editor for Comedy at Channel 4. Jon Rolph is Exec Producer and Kelly McGolpin is Producer. Retort is the production company. http://www.channel4.com/info/press/programme-information/chewing-gum
  5. I wanted to know if there is a rating somewhere for this show. I have the Dvds but I cant find a rating on it. I not sure what I would place it. Since its actually very clean and its not like it has a ton of explicit sexual content. E for everyone, G rated 7 , PG10, PG13, PG 14, Rated 17, R18 and up, and X25 and up. PG contains some insinuated and some romantic content(Which most of the inappropriate stuff is generally insinuated) or just very light. I think this would bored between PG,PG13 but while I think this is geared towards adults I think you could get away showing it to children without exposing them to a ton of inappropriate content.
  6. So did anyone see Sherlock S3.1? If so what did you think? Myself I thought that Sherlock was more personable in this episode, those two years he had gone away and had a bit of a personality change, a little bit.
  7. Kasey

    The West Wing

    I know it's not a new show but it's streaming on Netflix and Amazon Prime. I didn't catch it when the show originally aired but I am really enjoying it now. It is very well written and while of course it's still a TV show, it does give some insight into what goes on in government. The issues are poignant. It's sometimes teary and sometimes very funny. I recommend it highly. Thoughts anyone?
  8. Hi All, I'm new to the site, so I apologize in advance for any newbie blunders. I'm an editor at Scriblerus Press in Portland, Oregon. We're looking for submissions for an edited collection of essays on culture and The Big Bang Theory. It's due for publication in 2014. The submission deadline is August 1, 2013. We welcome submissions from fans of the show. Here are the details: Call for submissions Essays for an edited collection on culture and The Big Bang Theory Working title: Our Whole Universe: Essays on Culture and The Big Bang Theory Now in its sixth hit season, CBS’s television series The Big Bang Theory is undeniably popular. We also believe the show is culturally significant. Scriblerus Press seeks essays that engage with The Big Bang Theory for an upcoming edited collection. We’re looking for essays that demonstrate a strong voice with a distinct point of view—and that make a focused, original claim about the show and its cultural significance. No plot summaries, reviews, encomiums, or diatribes. We’re also willing to consider memoir-style pieces that engage with The Big Bang Theory in an interesting way, as well as satire or parody, as long as it’s parody that exhibits a nuanced critical distance. The intended audience for the collection is educated readers passionate about popular culture, but not necessarily avid watchers of the show. Please avoid the use of academic jargon, footnotes, or endnotes. Essays may make use of quotations from secondary sources, as long as they're employed sparingly. The collection will have an annotated works cited section at the back, broken down by essay, where you can explain in prose your sources. Themes may include, but are not limited to: • acting performances • autism • Chuck Lorre as auteur • class, race, or ethnicity • consumer culture • fanboy culture • globalization • heroic romance • millennials and generational differences • obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) • recurring tropes or motifs • region, i.e. Pasadena, Hollywood, or SoCal in general • representations of science and scientists • science and religion • sex and gender • sitcom as a genre • techie culture • university culture • Western philosophy The deadline for submission is August 1, 2013 (12 pm PST). Essays should be 3000 to 5000 words. Collection inclusion decisions will be made by September 1, 2013. In addition to their overall literary merit, works will be judged on the basis of the originality with which they engage The Big Bang Theory. Scriblerus Press accepts simultaneous submissions. If the work has been previously published, please mention in your query letter the nature of the publication (in what and when) and whether you currently own the publication rights. We can’t consider your work if you don’t currently own publication rights. Submit works for consideration electronically—as a Word or RTF attachment. Include your full name and contact info within the document itself. Email your submission with attached Word or RTF file to the Editor at: editorATscribleruspressDOTcom In the body of the email, please include a brief description (a few sentences) of your piece and a brief biography (short paragraph) of the author. We’ll make every effort to acknowledge receipt of your submission within a week. A royalty will be offered for each piece along with two paperback copies of the collection upon publication. Contributors will be asked to sign a publication contract. Scriblerus Press is not affiliated with CBS, Chuck Lorre Productions, or Warner Bros. Visit our website at http://scribleruspress.com
  9. Guest

    Flight Of The Conchords

    I was wondering.. anyone else here a fan of Flight of the Conchords? I mean, the series and/or the band? It's one of my favorite series and their songs are freakin' hilarious! I discoverd them about 3 years ago on a repeat on HBO and been a fan ever since, both of the guys but I also LOVE Mel's character (played by Kristen Schaal). There have been some rumors about a 3rd season but nothing really substancial. Anyway, since I'm making the post, I'll leave some vids. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1cGoDns8wTA http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtfQg4KkR88 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGes7FDmHAM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0lHNCiiXGo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w_tV-ImOHZI http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8f_XCH3zmM and this is not a song but it's one of my favorite scenes: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dcIUrA68_JU
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