So, he did it right? It seems kind of obvious 7 episodes in.
Any other good crime podcasts besides this and Sword & Scale?
>Some dark elf in Thor
>some rapist on Netflix
>Skynet in terminator
Why cant these guys succeed after who
It's because it's a career breaker, kinda like any big film like Star Wars. Just look at Carrie and Mark's careers after that, It's because Who is the only thing they get remembered for which is the exact reason Eccleston only did 1 season, even though he still couldn't escape it.
Capaldi is doomed to the same fate and we all know it.
I think he's talking about Eccleston, but I don't know where the hell...
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I can't stop rewatching this show.
I like just having it on in the background, it kind of brings me comfort now for some reason.
What do you like to just have on, /tv/?
I only have background stuff on to fall asleep, but I've got a list I've pretty much watched 50+ times each
DBZ abridged, but haven't used that in a while
I thought you guys were joking about the 2015 shit
The worst HBO show of all time
just finished this movie. Is it by far the fucking stupidest movie ever made?
Save yourself and hour and a half, don't watch it
do you think he would be happy what they did with his company or would you think this perfectionist is rolling in his freezer?
GoT season 6 is getting closer.
Won't be watching until the DVD releases, what are some measures to make sure /tv/ doesn't spoil it for me?
High Test vs Low test
I have about as much respect for Breaking Bad as I do for the dog shit on my shoe.
It is Reddit, it is capeshit, it is cheeto dust, it is video games. It's nothing more than meme's enjoyed by simplistic pledditors. I have ZERO respect for people who are not free thinkers and blindly enjoy the capeshit redditory Reddit show that is breaking bad. I'm literally screaming, slamming my arms on my desk right now just thinking about it.
Who is this guy and from what series
What does /tv/ think of the fucking bullshit known as the bechdel test?
Bout time for a new episode bros.
How much do spoilers affect your capacity to enjoy something, /tv/?
Say you read the book before seeing the film, does it really "ruin" the film knowing that some character is going to die?
I could care less about spoilers, in fact I read somewhere that hearing spoilers don't ruin the the movie for you, spoilers actually help you to enjoy the movie even more because instead of your brain being preoccupied with trying to figure out WHAT will happen next, once you hear the spoiler your brain is concentrating more on HOW the plot will unfold and the more subtle details.
Spoilers prevent me from enjoying a movie, and they prevent me from buying a car as well. unless it's a hatchback with that little spoiler extension off the back window. Spoilers on cars are for children. Something like the Subaru WRX STi is not an option for me due to the retarded spoiler on it