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August 4th, 2003

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2003.0804.1518::Ten hours and forty-five minutes later
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I now know what the hell everyone's talking about when they mention "Bayliss," "Frank," and "Meldrick." Of course, I knew well before then that they were talking about characters, but I now know what they mean.

Or at least, 1/3rd of what they mean.

James, awaiting the next four seasons on DVD.

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musesfool::2003.08.04.12:58 pm
[User Picture]Are you now in love with Homicide?
thepeopleseason::2003.08.04.01:14 pm
[User Picture]Are you now in love with Homicide?

I wouldn't say I'm in love with it the same way I was in love with Buffy or Cupid in 1997-1998 (which, honestly, is really the most obsessed I've ever been about TV), but it is very compelling and addicting--I watched eight episodes on Saturday alone.

One problem I had with the DVDs is that I've gotten very used to having closed-captioning/subtitles turned on, because a) my parents watch all tv like that, and b) I'm a dialogue whore. The DVDs had no such provisions (usually they include captions even without a subtitle option).

But man, Pembleton in the Box? Whew--Stirring.
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thepeopleseason::2003.08.04.11:08 pm::Re: 10+ hours
[User Picture]You rock? you know that? A man that appreciates a good vid fest!!

Of course, I was in bed for 90% of those hours. I only got up and threw the DVD in the player in the living room for the A&E American Justice special feature while I did the dishes.

I really don't know if my futon is comfortable enough for an extended vidfest.

But my bed is certainly big enough for two ;)

Or three...
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thepeopleseason::2003.08.05.08:52 pm::Re: 10+ hours
[User Picture]Where do the crumbs come from when you're eating ice cream?
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thepeopleseason::2003.08.06.11:08 pm::Re: 10+ hours
[User Picture]Waitaminute. I can understand ice cream in bed. chocolate syrup in bed, whipped cream in bed, honey in bed, and even cookies in bed. Sometimes, maybe even cereal in bed. Pear cider or vodka tonics? Of course.

But who in the world eats pizza in bed??

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thepeopleseason::2003.08.07.07:15 am::Re: 10+ hours
[User Picture]That would be messy.

And not in a bad way.
kellinator::2003.08.07.01:58 pm
[User Picture]You just discovered Homicide? Oh wow, it gets better. Season 3, out in October, is probably the season with the most bang for your buck.

I ADORE this show. I think I'm agreed to be the most obsessed Homicide fan in the metro Atlanta area, though scarcrest has me beat in the South. How did you find Homicide?
thepeopleseason::2003.08.07.02:00 pm
[User Picture]musesfool has talked about it for years, and I've known her since we were gushing fans of Buffy on alt.tv.buffy-v-slayer.

I'm not someone who likes to pick up television shows in the middle of things, so I figured I'd wait for DVDs or syndication.
kellinator::2003.08.08.09:34 am
[User Picture]Yeah, I'm the same way. One of these days I will watch Buffy from the beginning.
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