Recorded a 12 hour marathon of House day before.
Lost returned last night. One of the better season premiere the series has had IMO.
Leo's death in the final season of The West Wing is incredibly sad, especially knowing that it had to be written in because John Spencer died.
New Lost series starts up here tonight, really looking forward to it. Trouble is the scheduling sadists have put it up against Generation Kill, which I was also rather keen to see.
Anyone seen GK? From the bods who brought us The Wire, apparently. Uses the deific Spread Your Love by BRMC on its trailers, which has instantly won favour with me.
- As featured in The Independent.
"Straight out of England's Bumper Book of Balls ups"
- Mike Selvey on England's first innings collapse at The Gabba
Didn't have you down as a fan of Lost actually Brumby. Looking forwards to it myself, though probably won't actually watch it tonight - one of the downsides to living with your folks is not having control over the TV, but have set the Sky +
RIP Craigos. A true CW legend. You will be missed.
& have commented on Lost before, I'm sure. Lost (ha!) its way badly, but last series was a real return to form. I think the writers deciding how they want it to end has given the whole thing more narrative drive. Pleased I'm so easy to stereotype tho!
Last series was an absolute belter tbf (another helping factor, possibly, was that it was a shorter series and therefore less filler). And I don't know why I never had you down as a fan, in all honesty.
Ha, have got it sorted. Can watch Lost on Sky 1 which finishes at 10.50 & then plus Good Night.. & Generation Kill on FX+1 at 11.00. Take that, scheduling mother****ers!!
Looking forward to the next season of Lost as well. Hopefully they stick to plot development and less filler or they'll quickly lose the goodwill they've generated from last season.
24 also started again, haven't watched the telemovie yet but it looks good.
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