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Old 10-05-2006, 09:04 AM   #31
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The opening of LOST was really cool. A view from "The Others" side of things means we're going to learn a lot more about them this season. I'll be interested to see how the plot develops.

I also stayed on ABC and watched the pilot for "The Nine". It looks interesting enough to watch for another week. We'll see.
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Old 10-18-2006, 11:14 AM   #32
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I've given up on all the new shows except Jericho, just because I'm interested to see how it all went down.
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Old 10-18-2006, 12:07 PM   #33
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I've given up on all the new shows except Jericho, just because I'm interested to see how it all went down.
I watch some of the new shows (Heroes, Studio 60, the Nine, 30 Rock) but I can give up on any/all of them. I have a new baby in the house and we're sitting up for that last feeding at 11PM so I have the time in the evenings but Studio 60 is really running out of steam. I don't care about the Nine any longer. Heroes has a "wonder where this is going" feel to it that I'll have to satisfy but if it doesn't do much in two weeks - it's on the scrap heap. I think Alec Baldwin and Tracy Morgan are funny enough to see what week 2 brings on 30 Rock.
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Old 10-18-2006, 05:02 PM   #34
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I stopped watching Jericho after the first episode, and am somewhat regretting it, mainly because I want to know what happened.

I have watched the first two episodes of The Nine, and it seems OK so far. It's hard to watch directly after LOST because my mind is usually racing, so I normally do the tivo thing and watch it later.

Friday Night Lights is a fun show, not great acting, not great realism, but very easy to watch and very easy to enjoy.

I remain a huge fan of Lost despite some of the things already said (dropped plot lines, etc). The writers on that show are very intelligent it seems. What a job too, the world is basically their oyster.

I should preface all of this by saying I am in no way a harsh critic, and just because I watch these shows doesn't mean I think they're MUST SEE. It just means I like them.
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