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 Post Posted: Wed May 20, 2009 5:28 pm 
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Does/do anyone watch it? should I consider getting it as a boxed set?

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 Post Posted: Wed May 20, 2009 5:57 pm 
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I'll watch this with interest, i've heard so many good reviews about it, yet to see an episode though.

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 Post Posted: Wed May 20, 2009 6:06 pm 
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I didn't realise it was on BBC for the first few seasons and now is only on Sky

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oh yeah

there are 6 series on DVD then due to the writers strike there is a long film thing to link series 6 and 7 - 7 is yet to be released on DVD

I am waiting for it

They are ALL fab kids love them too

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looks like we will add it to our list of things to watch. Quite a bit of catching up tho!

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Very addictive viewing, would definately recommend getting/hiring the box set (the 1st one we got from the library) as you can't wait to see what happens next.

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We watched the first few series (getting recordings from a friend with Sky for the later ones). Initially they were quite gripping, partly due to the format, but we found the plots gradually became more and more ridiculous as each series came along and the format became really predictable. Can't remember how many series we saw before giving up - maybe 4 or 5?

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oh yeah pure escapism - and some very far fetched plots

Mind you for even more bizarre plots try prison Break another firm fave

for more believable stories got to be Greys Anatomy. Shark and I quite like NCIS all the forensic science stuff

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We have seen all of NCIS now (and love it) and a lot of Shark (they talk so fast tho) Have only dipped into Greys Anatomy, you need to watch a few to get the hang of the characters.

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Highly recommended :lol:

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I loved the first one and really liked the second one, but then got a bit bored. Never watch it now.

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