I'm a big fan of Supernatural, season 2 just started in my country D: We are far behind. That's the only show that I really bother keeping up with the episodes and watching all of them.
I haven't watched any of the shows that are the "popular" discussion topic. Anymore, all the popular shows like Heroes, 24, Lost, Prison Break, etc are just lame to me. I can't really watch any of the episodes without already figuring out the plot of said episode or getting bored with the bad overused story plots.
The last show I watched that was actually somewhat interesting to me was Bones. However I doubt that show is even on anymore. Of course, its been about eight months since I actually scheduled my actives to watch a show. The last show I actually did that on was Angel the series, and sadly that show was canceled back in 2005.
It's just the Metroid series remade for the Xbox crowd.
However Samus Aran is now some unknown low ranking military personal.
Also the space pirates worship some giant doomsday hula hoop machine.
Karakuri Circus, Mx0, Red River, Rosario+Vampire, One Piece
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I find that hard to believe about Lost and Prison Break. Have you watched them? I'll admit, as of late, Heroes has been predictable. I don't watch 24, though.
Shows that I keep up with: (ongoing shows)
The Big Bang Theory
The Office (US)
There are other shows that I'm watch if I see it on like House and etc, and shows I plan on catching up on at some point.
I watched the first disc of LOST at my friends and I remembering thinking..
Is this show getting better or am I just getting more drunk?
But yeah, it's pretty addictive. I like it almost as much as Heroes.
I had a question though. Is Supernatural’s kinda like Heroes? Are they each others rip off or are they completely different story?
"The leopard is a cruel lover. His tenderness breaks the gazelle's heart."
its all about Heroes
There's a lot of standalone episodes and the show plays a lot of classic, hard rock, which IMO is refreshing and awesome. As the season goes on, the story develops into more than a revenge trip but I don't want to ruin anything. There's a lot of humor and manliness. It doesn't spend too much time on emotion, but there's enough. In the very first episode, they say a line "No chick flick moments." lol Pretty good special effects as well. It's essentially a more manly, less dorky Buffy, and not limited to Vampires.
Dr. house is about the only show i am watching right now (in my country they are airing
season 5) i don't know how far they have gone in the U.S since my cable company took
fox off the air.