What are you watching on tv?

For the moment preforably only the BBC serie "Keeping Up Appearances".

Onslow is one the of most poetic characters in british television history!

 
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Dateline - Secrets in Silver Lakes - A young father's murder at work leads investigators to deep secrets about sex, friendship, religion and family.
 

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Dateline - Secrets on the Emerald Coast - When a young mother disappears after leaving her infant in the care of her local pastor and his wife, Florida detectives search for her for five years, uncovering a web of secrets and lies.
 

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20/20 - A Killing on the Cape - Investigation into the 2002 murder of Christa Worthington and whether the man convicted actually committed the crime.
 

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Planet Earth - Seasonal Forests - The trees of the Taiga forest; giant sequoia, the largest living thing on the planet.
 

rifke

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i watched an episode of dateline on youtube. it somehow wasn't the same as watching it on telly. it didn't help that the picture was a bit fuzzy. cant seem to find an episode of datelin on youtube where the picture isn't fuzzy. it was called 'pretty poison' I think. about a woman who murdered her husband and tried to make it look like a suicide because he was threatening to put the kibosh on her meth addiction and affair with her boss or somesuch.
 

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i watched an episode of dateline on youtube. it somehow wasn't the same as watching it on telly. it didn't help that the picture was a bit fuzzy. cant seem to find an episode of datelin on youtube where the picture isn't fuzzy. it was called 'pretty poison' I think. about a woman who murdered her husband and tried to make it look like a suicide because he was threatening to put the kibosh on her meth addiction and affair with her boss or somesuch.
I went without tv for years because I thought it would cost a fortune. Then Telus offered a good deal for a year and got me hooked on tv. When the year ended I signed on for their regular price when I found out it was only $38 a month. Why don't you sign up for it?
 

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TV's are cheap these days too. When Telus offered that good deal, I bought a new tv for $150. Then I bought a bigger one and gave the first one away, but I find that after all, the one I gave away was just as nice to watch as the bigger one I now watch. Actually the detail was better on the small tv.
 

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TV's are lightweight nowadays too. You could go to Walmart or London Drugs and easily carry a small one like I had home. No?
 
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rifke

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I don't know if I could get one set up in my house, I mean, the wiring and whatnot. it would be a nuisance. and im already overloaded with stuff, the last thing I need is a tv taking up space. thanks for the info though. whenever I finally move out I will maybe look into it! :thumb:
 
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