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Tasuki

National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation is on stream now. Its just not Christmas if you dont see this movie.

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I actually hadn't not watched Christmas Vacation prior to last year, but yeah, it's definitely a good Christmas movie.

I still prefer the first Vacation, though.

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They finally added the first 7 seasons of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia." Show is effing hilarious. Go watch now!

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Tasuki

Been watching Deadliest Warrior the past few days and its alot more interesting than I thought. I f you like documentaries about all kinds of weapons and combat styles from ancient to modern than I highly recommend this series.

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I've been watching some of the classic Doctor Who serials they have available. They're a bit cheesy (oh boy, those special effects...), but they're still good fun.

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Been watching Blood+. I'm not even a huge anime fan but I am liking this one. Also High School of the Dead is always awesome but many already know of that series.

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Tasuki

Serj_Vaykian wrote:

Been watching Blood+. I'm not even a huge anime fan but I am liking this one. Also High School of the Dead is always awesome but many already know of that series.

Yeah both of those are good Anime. I am still trying to get the nerve up to watch the live action Blood+ but after seeing too many crappy live action anime based films (DBZ and Initial D) its hard to try and get up the nerve to watch another one just to be let down.

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Parks and Rec is one of those shows that I could watch every week and never get sick of. That shaky first season aside, I'm not sure there's been a single episode that I haven't enjoyed.

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Yes, Parks and Rec is awesome.

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I rewatched season 1 of Parks and Rec for the first time in ages, and it was better than I remembered. It wasn't anything remarkable (like seasons 2-through-present), but I wouldn't call it bad either. Leslie, Ron, Andy and the various minor characters like Jerry and Donna still weren't quite themselves yet, but you could definitely tell that the writers and actors were starting to figure out what they had by around episodes 5 and 6.

And I also always forget just how much I enjoy 30 Rock, for some reason. I'm loving season 5 right now.

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Jamouse

RevolverLink wrote:

I've been watching some of the classic Doctor Who serials they have available. They're a bit cheesy (oh boy, those special effects...), but they're still good fun.

I actually prefer the special effects in classic Who. I just like the fact that they put thought and effort into making animatronics and finding good locations instead of just filming 90% of the show in front of a green screen.

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Whoever said watch four seasons of Parks and Recreation in less than a month was a sage.

Definitely. The only other shows that come to mind that had my addiction were Breaking Bad and That 70's Show. Though, That 70's Show had me watching all eight seasons with 200 episodes in less than a month.

Either way, all great shows.

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rayword45

http://www.ign.com/articles/2013/01/14/cartoon-network-and-ad...

So hopefully this is the start of some really great stuff to come.

Recommendations starting March 31

The Boondocks - Great social satire, although a bit overkill with the swearing and male nudity.
Aqua Teen Hunger Force - First 2-3 seasons are brilliant examples of dadaist humor.
Regular Show - Loaded with some really good dialogue (specifically during the slower first half of each episode), although at times the humor feel forced.

Hopefully I'll be able to recommend these sooner or later

Space Ghost Coast to Coast - Still the greatest talk show of all time
Ed Edd n Eddy - Chockful of great character development, and good usage of innuendo doesn't feel forced.
Moral Orel - Also great satire. A real downer though.
Sym-Bionic Titan - RENEW THE DAMNED SHOW SNYDER
Frisky Dingo - Goes hand-in-hand with Archer, and that's on Netflix already.

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Community is produced by Sony Pictures, and they gave Hulu the exclusive rights to stream it.

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