A wee gem of a comedy from Australia. The series is done fly-on-the-wall style and follows three people through a term of school, all played by the guy who wrote it. Very funny.
I too love this show. I have only watched the first three episodes (three times each). I think there are only eight episodes, so I am taking my time to completely enjoy them. Gonna buy me a "Tsunamarama 06" T-shirt.
Also watching Kenny vs Spenny. It (Kenny) can get a bit mean at times, but a very funny show.
Well worth seeing the rest of the series. Also look out for We Can Be Heroes which I've just finished watching which is the show Chris Lilley did before SHH. The character of Ja'imie is in it too. It follows five nominees for Australian of the year. Very funny and brilliantly written. Can't wait to see what he does next!
It always comes crashing down around your ears. At least they may have hurt their bums on my monitors.
Post by BilLumberg on Mar 25, 2009 16:43:37 GMT -5
I have all the episodes of Summer Heights High. Just after watching episode #1 I knew that I could easily blow through this series very quickly. So I have restrained myself to make it last a little longer. I hope they make a second season. I will try to see if I can find We Can Be Heroes tonight. Thanks for letting me know about it.
The American version. I've never seen the British one. I wish I had BBC America so I could see some of the original stuff America keeps making remakes of. (Though I don't know if Life on Mars is on that channel).
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This series was on TV a long time ago, but I'm re-watching my DVD set of World At War.
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Post by Captain Hygiene on Apr 6, 2009 22:42:34 GMT -5
The 4400 pilot. Just heard about this series a few days ago, about 4400 people who disappeared at various times in the 20th century, and then all reappeared together with no memory of what went on. Soon afterwards, they begin to develop strange abilities. Interesting contrast to Heroes - I enjoyed the pilot and am curious about the rest of the series.
Post by inlovewithcrow on Apr 9, 2009 13:24:40 GMT -5
I don't own a TV, and I don't pay attention to talk about it, usually. However, I just watched, from the library, the first season of Flight of the Conchords, and I really did laugh. TV can do comedy well, at times.
The friend who's getting me through the series was raving about Expose, but I have to admit I saw the twist coming a mile away and I thought it was a fairly weak episode. I really enjoyed the two episodes following it, though. I'm surprised how much I detest the characters who lie - first Michael and now Juliet. I'm sure there will be dozen reveals that make me rethink this whole thing, but for right now I hate them both.
I'm liking the third season for the most part, but not as much as the first two. I like how the flashbacks seem to be dwindling, or at the very least have more to do with what's happening on the island during the episode.
Still staying out of the LOST thread in an effort to avoid spoilers until I catch up with the series.
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