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New Dracula TV Series

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Post by wendy » Fri September 6th, 2013, 2:28 pm

[quote=""Divia""]Ah! I loved that show. I never saw the last season. Thats with Lucy Lawless right?

There is always downton Abbey for a period fix. I am also into Hell on Wheels but that can get a little icky sometimes. Sometimes I wish I was in England cause they seem to have more than we do.[/quote]

I enjoyed Hell on Wheels but not as much as Deadwood. Have you seen both?
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Post by Divia » Fri September 6th, 2013, 11:08 pm

[quote=""wendy""]I enjoyed Hell on Wheels but not as much as Deadwood. Have you seen both?[/quote]

I was never able to get into deadwood, but I think I should revisit it.

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Post by laktor » Sat September 14th, 2013, 8:25 pm

I gave up on Deadwood after the first season. Had to record the shows and spend 2 to 3 hrs. watching each episode, playing scenes over and over again trying hard to understand the archaic dialogue. I just got tired of trying to figure to out. If they had used normal language, I would have enjoyed it, probably.

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