sa_nick;3576405 said:I thought that after the first few eps, but then JD really left and it was just so average. I wasn't laughing at it anymore and the main chick was just annoying.
BuRn7 CaK3;3582789 said:I have no shows to watch tonight!! *gasp
BuRn7 CaK3;3586222 said:Justified. Definitely going to be an awesome show already. I love it.
BuRn7 CaK3;3597257 said:Happy. Definitely happy. I've never even been drawn in to watch the show ever.
sa_nick;3597857 said:I'll second that. Although I did watch most of season 1.
BuRn7 CaK3;3597864 said:Now, if we were talking about Fringe (a show I've never watched, either) this would be a complete different story. I've wanted to watch a few episodes of the show because it looked extremely interesting. Yet I can't because I don't jump into shows mid-season especially on season 2. If I missed like 5 episodes of season 1 and I got interested, I would watch it right there. 24 was never interesting to me at all. Sure, it's all action-y and such, but it seems like it's all unoriginal stuff.
sa_nick;3598568 said:It's funny you should mention Fringe, I just came on here to say how awesome season 2 is. I'm up to like, epsiode... 8? Awesome stuff. I haven't watched the X-Files since it first aired on TV (im 23 now so I woulda been pretty young) but this seems fairly similar in it's structure, with a better overall story.
BuRn7 CaK3;3598636 said:See, the episodes that are getting me hooked (or at least, tempted to watch) is how they became what they are. You know, like the beginning stories. Does the show have a flow whereas watching it in the middle will confuse the hell out of me, or is it fine to watch in the middle?
topperharley;3602245 said:Arrested Development is available for Netflix streaming starting Thursday. Time for me to find out why everyone raves about it.