Yea, I watched the first two seasons that way. (DVD's)
I'm completely content doing it that way though streaming would obviously be better.
It's just too good of a show though.
With Games Of Thrones, The Killing and now I'm going to start watching Teen Wolf (I'm a big werewolf-horror fan).
As soon as GoT and The Killing are over, I'll probably start watching "Wilfred"
My wife cracks up every time the commercial's on. So we'll give it a shot.
I'll also be interested in seeing that new "alien invasion" series that's due to debut some time this month. Forget the name.
Thank God for DVR.
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Did anyone happen to catch the South Park finale last night? First episode I can remember that ended sadly. The show is either finished or terminally ill, but it still provides some of the most accurate social commentary on television.
Last night wasn't funny in any way, shape, or form but anybody who is a fan of the show should watch it.
Here's the link and a review which sums up the episode perfectly:
How is it different? The whole show up to this point has pretty much been the level of trust between the two. Sometimes it's high and at other times it's not. It basically just toggles as the year goes on. I thought it was better when he fully trusted Neal.
The only time in the show they've really been at each other was the first two or three episodes. Since then the trust has been building and Peter wasn't wary of Neil in most circumstances.. comically, maybe, but not SERIOUSLY wary that he was going to do something illegal again.
Now he is and it gives more depth to both characters.
The big difference in this case would be Neil having more of an even playing field. They are friends kind of like a dog and dog owner are friends. Neil is rarely free and when he is it doesn't last. They have no big case involving the music box anymore so there's nothing keeping them from turning Neil loose to really run. They can bring them back together under semi-friendly circumstances somewhere down the line.
I have a bone to pick with netflix. they say the wonder years would be made available for instant watch and look.. no ******* Kevin Arnold.. no bully brother Wayne. No Paul Pfeifer or Whinny Cooper.. I'm getting mad!