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Wednesday, April 13, 2005

24 Body Count

At Sandcastles and Cublices, they're keeping track of the deaths on the current season of 24. I haven't watched the series at all. My standard VCR program, capturing the Fox Sunday night shows, picked up a hated "encore presentation" of the show from the 4th. I chose to turn off the TV at that point (so I could blog!).

If I had a free weekend and were feeling lazy, I might be interested in watching the whole series on a DVD Box Set. But since I typically miss many episodes of a series, I don't want to watch 24 in its original broadcast.


At 10:42 AM, Blogger Dave Justus said...

I have exactly the same thoughts as you on this. Looks like it might be an enjoyable show, but I know I won't see all (or even most) of them so I will never know what is going on.

So why bother to watch any.

At 2:58 AM, Blogger gecko said...

I skip most of the shows on Sci-Fi for this very reason. I usually just flit around the dial these days...

At 9:40 AM, Blogger Cubicle said...

The DVD set is SOOO worth it.

You sit down to watch one, and you end up watching 5.

I can finish off a DVD set in about a week.

I think TV on DVD is a huge step forward for the TV industry, but once TV stations move to a downloadable real time content format for major shows, you will see an intresting trend of more people watching more shows.


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