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    Default What movie or tv series do you watch over and over?

    What movie or tv series do you watch over and over no matter how many times it is on tv.

    Or...do you own any movies or tv series that you watch on a recurring basis?

    Me... I got my kids hooked on B5 and Firefly.

    And (sheepish face of admission) for me...All Creatures Great and Small - own the whole series on DVD and pop it in from time to time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik Tracy View Post
    What movie or tv series do you watch over and over no matter how many times it is on tv.

    Or...do you own any movies or tv series that you watch on a recurring basis?

    Me... I got my kids hooked on B5 and Firefly.

    And (sheepish face of admission) for me...All Creatures Great and Small - own the whole series on DVD and pop it in from time to time.
    I'm a huge B5 fan and miss it alot, from time to time I get them from Netflix, I only own season 3, other than that TNG and DS9. No shame here I'm a SCi-Fi nut

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    Great episodes of the Playboy channel but usually only when I'm playing billiards with friends.
    In search of accurate reproduction of music. Real sound is my reference and while perfection may not be attainable? If I chase it, I might just catch excellence.

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    I've been re-watching my Star Trek Voyager Series and Star Trek TNG. I've just completed watching Star Trek TOS on Blu-Ray.

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    Twin Peaks. Best TV series ever. YES EVER.

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    Sanford & Son, along Good Times!!!!! Kid Dynomite!!! Haha!
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    StarTrek Voyager. Watched it dozens of times. Just started watching it again.

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    Firefly & Twilight Zone, mostly. Soap too!

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    That 70's Show and Six Feet Under are the ones I watch. My wife lives on Golden Girls.

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    Another Trekkie fan here.

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    TV: NCIS, House, Monk, ST TOS, Twilight Zone TOS, Sniper: Inside the Crosshairs, and Deadliest Missions, Surviving the Cut, Barney Miller, South Park and ofcourse, The Three Stooges!

    Movies: Goodfellas, Leon: The Professional, War of the Worlds(w/ TC), Casino, Roger Waters: In The Flesh-Live
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keiko View Post
    Another Trekkie fan here.
    Mike,
    I had to double take when I scrolled down to see if you were the one who posted in post #7. I thought the picture would be something you would post followed by a comment like, " Ummm Blue Pie" . I don't know maybe its just too early this morning. Cheers.

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    "The Godfather" and for some reason "Serendipity"

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    I've watched the Sopranos front to back like half a dozen times.

    Movies there are probably too many to list.

    Quote Originally Posted by jmwest1970 View Post
    That 70's Show and Six Feet Under are the ones I watch.
    I am only mildly ashamed to admit that I dont' think I've ever bawled so hard after a TV show as I did after the finale of Six Feet Under.
    If you will it, dude, it is no dream.

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    You can never get ehough of "Band of Brothers".
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    Quote Originally Posted by dorourke07 View Post
    You can never get ehough of "Band of Brothers".
    when I had cable/sat I saw "Band of Brothers", incredible!!! would definately have to add that to mine also...

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    Movies - The Magnificent Seven
    Watch McQueen continuously whenever he's on-screen with anyone else, but especially when anyone is Brenner. He threw in a bunches of little scene-stealing fidgits and activitites.

    TV series - Seinfeld
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    Boston Legal, Die Hard, Dark Knight, Avatar, Fast and the Furious, A Team
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    Battlestar Gallactica. BoB is very solid.

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    Californication, True Blood, yeah I'm a pervert,so what ?

    The wife likes anything Mob related, sister wives, crap like that. I tend to go for sci-fi so Star Trek, or any other series like" V " will catch my attention. We both like Modern Family though. Good comedy is hard to come by these days since Seinfeld bit the dust but MF is pretty good.
    Let me also add that Lost was one of my favs too.
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    Red Dwarf
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    The History Channel. I can't watch the Japanese lose WWII enough times.

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    Over and over beginning with favorite:

    SciFi -- B5/Crusade, DS9, Stargate:SG1, Farscape, Star Trek:TNG

    Mystery -- Sherlock Holmes (Jeremy Brett), Poirot, Miss Marple, Nero Wolfe, Inspector Morse would be first on the mystery list if it didn't cost so much.
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    Movies The Thing with Kurt Rusell, Back To The Future, the first one, The Hitcher with Rutger Hauer.
    TV Series Seinfeld, Happy Days ehhhh, Gomer Pyle, Sanford & Son, The Honeymooners,
    The Flintstones (they dont make em like they used to)

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    Twin Peaks. Best TV series ever. YES EVER.

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    until it got intentionally silly, i have to agree, maybe by far, the best.

    Angelo badalamentis music just pushed it even farther up there.
    humpty dumpty was pushed

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobman1235 View Post
    I am only mildly ashamed to admit that I dont' think I've ever bawled so hard after a TV show as I did after the finale of Six Feet Under.
    No.....because I did. First off it was emotional the last 3 episodes.Spoiler ALERT With Nate just up and leaving (which was a huge shocker, I never saw that coming), and watching the effects he had on everyone's life.

    As for the last episode, they could have never tied it up any better. It was absolutely and amazingly perfect, yet I still wanted more. The last 6 minutes 30 seconds were so heart wrenching. Seeing Nate fade away in Clairs side view mirror as she drives away to start her life, I lost it right there. And Sia's "Breath Me" was the perfect song to end the show.
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    Quote Originally Posted by George Grand View Post
    The History Channel. I can't watch the Japanese lose WWII enough times.
    Signature material right there, that is.
    I'm guessing you don't drive a Toyota, do you, George?
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