TV chat, what are you watching?

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Re: TV chat, what are you watching?

Postby Bessie » Wed Nov 06, 2019 10:37 am

LordRaven wrote:
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Bessie wrote:On S2 of Peaky Blinders. I'm off work for five days due to illness so I'm binge watching. Pretty good so far.

All done and very enjoyable.


All 5 series?

Yep! I've been off sick so binge watched. Tom Hardy was brilliant.
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Re: TV chat, what are you watching?

Postby Gabby » Wed Nov 06, 2019 10:46 am

Bessie wrote:
LordRaven wrote:
Bessie wrote:
Bessie wrote:On S2 of Peaky Blinders. I'm off work for five days due to illness so I'm binge watching. Pretty good so far.

All done and very enjoyable.


All 5 series?

Yep! I've been off sick so binge watched. Tom Hardy was brilliant.


I binge watched ‘Line of Duty’ a while back.... it drove me mad, I couldn’t wait to get home to turn the telly on! :laughing: .... never again! :shame:
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Re: TV chat, what are you watching?

Postby LordRaven » Wed Nov 06, 2019 2:15 pm

Bessie wrote:
LordRaven wrote:
Bessie wrote:
Bessie wrote:On S2 of Peaky Blinders. I'm off work for five days due to illness so I'm binge watching. Pretty good so far.

All done and very enjoyable.


All 5 series?

Yep! I've been off sick so binge watched. Tom Hardy was brilliant.


He is versatile, having watched him in Peaky Blinders (brilliant), Lawless (superb) and Venom (crazy) I do think he can fit seamlessly into so many roles.
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Re: TV chat, what are you watching?

Postby drum » Wed Nov 06, 2019 4:05 pm

Bessie wrote:
LordRaven wrote:
Bessie wrote:
Bessie wrote:On S2 of Peaky Blinders. I'm off work for five days due to illness so I'm binge watching. Pretty good so far.

All done and very enjoyable.


All 5 series?

Yep! I've been off sick so binge watched. Tom Hardy was brilliant.



I liked Tom Hardy in Oliver Twist and I liked him in The Take (from Martina Coles novel)
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Re: TV chat, what are you watching?

Postby Red Okktober » Wed Nov 06, 2019 10:00 pm

The End of the Fucking World season 2- a right old laugh!

The Deuce - 'The Golden Age of Porn' set in 1970/80s NY - peep shows, hookers, pimps, and the Mafia - starring James Franco playing twins. Great characters and a great soundtrack.

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Re: TV chat, what are you watching?

Postby LordRaven » Wed Nov 06, 2019 11:14 pm

Very long and drawn out but The Vietnam War on Netflix is a real eye opener --if you have quite a few hours to kill and you are a military history buff.

Anyway, The Dublin Murders, there has just got to be another series --surely?
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Re: TV chat, what are you watching?

Postby LordRaven » Wed Nov 06, 2019 11:34 pm

Does anyone ever watch Gold Rush, Gold Divers or Aussie Gold Hunters? I do, I find it fascinating to see the lengths these mad bastards will go to find gold.
Some guys in Oz just found a 200,000 Aussie Dollar Nugget on today's episode that I watched earlier. :yikes:
But the real nutters are the guys who dive under the ice in the Bering Sea with a huge hoover-like device to suck up gravel and gold for up to 8 hours :ooer:
Lunatics!
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Re: TV chat, what are you watching?

Postby Cleopatra » Thu Nov 07, 2019 11:35 am

LordRaven wrote:Very long and drawn out but The Vietnam War on Netflix is a real eye opener --if you have quite a few hours to kill and you are a military history buff.

Anyway, The Dublin Murders, there has just got to be another series --surely?


I thought it lost its way and the ending was ridiculous. I read that two stories were spliced together; they should have concentrated on one. Disappointing.
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Re: TV chat, what are you watching?

Postby Guest » Thu Nov 07, 2019 4:40 pm

Cleopatra wrote:
LordRaven wrote:Very long and drawn out but The Vietnam War on Netflix is a real eye opener --if you have quite a few hours to kill and you are a military history buff.

Anyway, The Dublin Murders, there has just got to be another series --surely?


I thought it lost its way and the ending was ridiculous. I read that two stories were spliced together; they should have concentrated on one. Disappointing.



I thought the ending was perfect, if you watched the whole series and noticed all the subtle details they were all brought together and explained in the end, it was one that needed concentration and attention to detail :wink:
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Re: TV chat, what are you watching?

Postby xtras1 » Thu Nov 07, 2019 5:56 pm

Guilt on BBC2.. very funny

The two main actors are brilliant, I didn't think Scottish people could do funny :hap: :ooer:
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Re: TV chat, what are you watching?

Postby Toke 'n' gesture » Thu Nov 07, 2019 6:40 pm

Finished watching The Dublin Murders :ooer:
Has to be a second series though, it can't be left like that.
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Re: TV chat, what are you watching?

Postby Nucks » Thu Nov 07, 2019 7:01 pm

Will be tucking into yesterday's Apprentice soon. Hard to pick a stand-out candidate, they are equally annoying.
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Re: TV chat, what are you watching?

Postby Guest » Thu Nov 07, 2019 7:21 pm

Recently watched The Wolf of Wall St on Netflix. Would have to give Leo a 10/10 for his acting skills. Probably the best in the business.
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Re: TV chat, what are you watching?

Postby LordRaven » Thu Nov 07, 2019 10:56 pm

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Cleopatra wrote:
LordRaven wrote:Very long and drawn out but The Vietnam War on Netflix is a real eye opener --if you have quite a few hours to kill and you are a military history buff.

Anyway, The Dublin Murders, there has just got to be another series --surely?


I thought it lost its way and the ending was ridiculous. I read that two stories were spliced together; they should have concentrated on one. Disappointing.



I thought the ending was perfect, if you watched the whole series and noticed all the subtle details they were all brought together and explained in the end, it was one that needed concentration and attention to detail :wink:


Oh good, you can perhaps explain the eerie laughing and harsh winds in the wood that frightened off "The Big Boys" and what happened to the disappeared kids and why a kid had blood in his shoes?

I have to be vague, I can't be too specific in case someone is still watching :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
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Re: TV chat, what are you watching?

Postby SD777 » Sat Nov 09, 2019 3:16 am

Hi

Thanks for asking!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

We've had a small drink and just had a bit more food. Was watching the telly as Mrs D went to the kitchen to get me an ice cream. For some reason I recalled the name of Kenny Rodgers and the duo he did with Dollys Partoners!! So I searched on the tv for their duo song, one they perform live on stage when they were a bit older about 33 years ago - gosh, did it take me back and the gusto Dollys Partoners had. Memories!!! Thats the only song I've liked by the awwsome chested Dollys Partoners and the wolft man, Kenny De Rogers.

Thanks for reading including the workshy window licker.

Must dash as our kning sized bed is calling me via the surround sound sytme in our very humble home.

GAFY

:) :)
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