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Old 03-25-2016, 01:56 AM   #1021
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I haven't watched Criminal Minds for a couple of years now, but I did go hunting online about the most recent episode. This article from E! might give you a little insight into why Shemar Moore (be still, my heart) rode off into the sunset:

Shemar Moore Breaks Down His Shocking Criminal Minds Exit and Whether He'll Ever Come Back | E! Online

Now who's going to call Garcia "baby girl"?
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Old 03-25-2016, 02:33 AM   #1022
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I gotta catch up on the Americans. I love gotta call Saul.
I just saw Episode 2 today. I don't have a TV - I just watch my shows and movies on Icefilms.
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Old 03-28-2016, 02:06 PM   #1023
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Hope you were watching a rerun from a previous season Charlie, as I haven't caught up with the last few current episodes yet.
oops, I'm sorry did not mean to give away what's going on.
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Old 04-03-2016, 05:17 PM   #1024
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I just saw Episode 2 today. I don't have a TV - I just watch my shows and movies on Icefilms.
We watched season 2 episode 7 of Better Call Saul.
I love that show. He reminds me of myself at times. If I don't like a certain situation.It's game time! Do what I do best. Be obnoxious.
It's fun to watch people freak out. I sit back and laugh with an innocent face.Did I do that look.
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To make us feel better they brought Prentiss back in the last episode. Was sure nice to see her.


I've been also watching Quantico, but the more more I watched the less I liked. Finally I just had to stop in the middle of the episode today, it's just got to be too stupid.
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Old 04-05-2016, 11:08 AM   #1026
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I haven't watched Criminal Minds for a couple of years now, but I did go hunting online about the most recent episode. This article from E! might give you a little insight into why Shemar Moore (be still, my heart) rode off into the sunset:

Shemar Moore Breaks Down His Shocking Criminal Minds Exit and Whether He'll Ever Come Back | E! Online

Now who's going to call Garcia "baby girl"?
Agghhh! We're at least one or two seasons behind you over here!
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Old 04-05-2016, 11:17 AM   #1027
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Why is it that, almost always, when an Englishman (or someone with a so-called "English" accent) appears in an American TV "who-dun-it" we might as well turn off because he/she is invariably the murderer/jewel thief/shifty secret service guy, etc?

We may be a bit odd and we may have a few villains in our midst but we don't all go around stealing, killing, marrying the heroine for her money, etc., etc.

To be fair there have been a few intelligent, honest, kind englishmen/women in the permanent cast of a few series recently so perhaps the worm has tuyrned!
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Old 04-12-2016, 03:59 AM   #1028
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I think you're forgetting The Equalizer. Now there stood a Brit who was not only not a villain, but was the good guy and the star of an American TV series. Edward Woodward, we still miss you!
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Old 04-12-2016, 08:15 AM   #1029
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Do you get "Call the Midwife"? It's a series about a group of Midwives centered round an Anglican convent in the east end of London in the 1950s. Despite myself I try to watch it when it doesn't clash with something else I want to watch.

"M*A*S*H" - back on "True Entertainment" on Freeview. Two episodes every weekday evening and FOUR on Sunday night. Unmissable. My social life has completely altered since it came on. I even watch the repeats when the Sunday and weeknight episodes overlap.

"Monkey Business" - a long running series about "Monkey World" in Dorset, England about "Monkey World", a sanctuary which rescues primates from all over the world. It's absolutely fascinating. I gather that they have open days when the public can visit and see some of the work done at the centre. As well as caring for various types of primates they have a breeding programme for severely endangered species such as orangutans and some species of severely endangered gibbons.
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I think you're forgetting The Equalizer. Now there stood a Brit who was not only not a villain, but was the good guy and the star of an American TV series. Edward Woodward, we still miss you!
Yes, I've noticed since that there are a few Brits sneaking into series as regular "goodie" characters.
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