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hypatia June 30th 17 04:15

Re: Audio levels
 
You tempt me to push aside my ever-growing list of unwatched DVR programs to re-watch B5 again. :)

Looney July 4th 17 05:19

Re: Audio levels
 
Tell me about it. Have you ever seen the sketch comedy show The Birthday Boys? There is a bit where they talk about how there are too many shows out there and it is maddening to try and keep up. So there is yet another show for you to watch. :lol:

But yeah it is funny how I have all of these shows I want to watch, but I also want to go back and re-watch B5 again and again. Sometimes I just love to watch and focus on the background action to try to notice something new.

hypatia July 16th 17 05:29

Re: Audio levels
 
Yea, b5 is worth revisiting I haven't seen it in years. I don't have it in DVD form. And, at the risk of making some enemies, I honestly think that the writing has gotten a lot better on television in the last 10 years or so. FAR better in the last 20. And I think JMS had a part in that. He seriously rose the bar, as they say, in American television. BBC shows frequently used story arcs but american television virtually never did. Especially in science fiction.

But, darn it. Mr Robot, Orphan Black, Dr. Who and other BBCA productions, The Black Mirror, Game of Thrones... and I haven't even started on the Discovery/Science channel gems like "Through the Wormhole", "What on Earth" and "NASA's unexplained files" and all of their Universe and space shows.... I don't have enough time to type everything I'm watching already. And I"m trying to be less of a t.v. junkie so the DVR has maybe 30% space left. :guffaw:

Looney July 16th 17 14:31

Re: Audio levels
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by hypatia (Post 458862)
I don't have enough time to type everything I'm watching already. And I"m trying to be less of a t.v. junkie so the DVR has maybe 30% space left. :guffaw:

Same boat and I got rid of cable TV in 2010. Everything I watch is through Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, and Go90. :thumbsup: Unfortunately there is still too much. And unfortunately I can't get Go90 on my TV, just phone and tablet.:rolleyes:


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