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    Quote Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou View Post
    Wow. Jennifer linked to this thread in the anniversary thread, and I keep getting more irked reading it. I hate when people feel the need to distance themselves from the question to puff themselves up before begrudgingly giving an answer. Just answer or don't. We don't care if you're too cool for TV.

    but..but...BUT how are we to watch tv, while on an island?!?!?!

    I'll just assume we're on The Island.


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    1. Some sort of world news program. Possibly Al Jazeera English or SBS World News Australia.
    2. Bear Grylls for tips and lols.
    3. Letters and Numbers to keep my brain active.

    Yeah, boring bunch... I know.

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    Haha, i was wondering also how we would have the t.v (working)... some kind of freakish natural electrical current circling the island, just one long underwater wire connecting us to the rest of the world... or a huge underwater grid. Could be battery operated... how many hours of battery life would it have.... would it run out mid program..
    Do we want to escape the island or are we happy there.
    I'm not sure islands and t.v mix... water and electricity. Ugh too many thoughts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maddy View Post
    1. Some sort of world news program. Possibly Al Jazeera English or SBS World News Australia.
    This would probably only be worthwhile if the news were current and not just old episodes of whatever news program you choose. I doubt you wanna relive the awesome July 27th, 2004* episode of the PBS NewsHour.

    (I picked this date at random, but upon looking it up, it was the day Obama made his keynote speech at the DNC, which was kind of his "premiere episode" in terms of national/international news)
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    It would have to be a show with almost unlimited episodes.

    1) The Simpsons
    2) Kath & Kim (Australian version, but in a fantasy world where there were unlimited seasons)
    3) Some kind of true crime series or documentary series

    There are lots of shows I love, but couldn't watch over and over. I get bored, even with stuff I like.
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    1. How To Get Off This Island
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    1. The Colbert Report
    2. Tosh.0
    3. Something like Battlestar Galactica

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    ha ha... I think it's hilarious I inadvertently jump-started a five-year-old thread that wasn't even the greatest to begin with. But hey, that's cool. What else can I dredge up?

    Quote Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou View Post
    Wow. Jennifer linked to this thread in the anniversary thread, and I keep getting more irked reading it. I hate when people feel the need to distance themselves from the question to puff themselves up before begrudgingly giving an answer. Just answer or don't. We don't care if you're too cool for TV.
    Which is kind of a shame to think nowadays, because I think TV has gotten much better in the last ten years or so. There was a long period where I didn't watch anything at all, but the production quality and acting ability seems to have gone up, and the writing's smarter. It's more a matter of nowadays of "What do I have time to watch?" vs "Man, is there anything at all to watch?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Which is kind of a shame to think nowadays, because I think TV has gotten much better in the last ten years or so. There was a long period where I didn't watch anything at all, but the production quality and acting ability seems to have gone up, and the writing's smarter. It's more a matter of nowadays of "What do I have time to watch?" vs "Man, is there anything at all to watch?"
    It's funny, because I kind of agree (although I've never watched a lot of TV) - but then I realised that I'd picked three shows which were all 80s/90s. I'm so reactionary.

    I am a huge Sherlock Holmes fan and I also love the new modern BBC series with Benedict Cumberbatch - but Jeremy Brett is still my favourite, and his show had a lot more episodes (so far anyway), and it's more classic.
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