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Old 20-09-2013, 16:07   #16
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Maryann, no question..... unless.....no its maryann.
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ialways found bullwinkle and rocky to be fairly good assessments of reality.....allong with mash and wil e coyote and roadrunner..
regular tv is a little too programmed for my tastes....oh yes--and weeds--awesome series along with dead like me.
not nautical, but fun.

oh yes and gilligans island.....
Yes Rocky and Bullwinkle. Sure the animation was awkward but the satire and commentary were the best.

Regular TV, blech! Anything with a laugh track is annoying beyond belief. I'm pretty sure I can figure out for myself if I think something's funny. But for Gilligan I'll put up with it.
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The Professor. Because science is sexeh!

I second Weeds, at least the first couple of seasons, and I remember watching and liking Sea Quest.
Sorry dear...Hope i didn't come off as gender biased.

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Mary Ann of course. Ginger was just too flighty. Mary Ann down to earth. I could picture Mary Ann trimming sails. Ginger would just hang out on the fore-deck playing eye candy.
Eye candy is nice.
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Eye candy is nice.
Well yes but you said to choose. Can I have both?
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Well yes but you said to choose. Can I have both?
Go ahead...live dangerously.
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And how about movies. Captain Ron is a favorite around here even with non sailors.
WADR, this has been done many times before. You might want to try a search on "movies", since IIRC there haven't been any new ones (except for the Robert Redford one) issued since the last few of these threads were started. Actually, the older you go the more the movie choices become very interesting!
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