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Blimey, Noomi Rapace is epic  Dirol

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Fringe season 4 last episode, roll on season 5.

Oh awesome, last time I checked it looked like there wasn't going to be a 5th season.  13 episodes is better than none Smile

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Blimey, Noomi Rapace is epic  Dirol

You're not wrong.

I've got the extended versions box set, but haven't got around to watching them yet.

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Lost Angeles wrote:

Fringe season 4 last episode, roll on season 5.

Oh awesome, last time I checked it looked like there wasn't going to be a 5th season.  13 episodes is better than none Smile

13 episodes, no fill in ones, so hopefully will got out on a high.

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Don't know if anyone else apart from Lost Angeles has been watching The Bridge on BBC4, but it's the final double-bill tonight. Blinding bit of drama. It's on iPlayer series catch-up if you missed it.

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As always I didn't know it was on until too late, so I think I'll have to get the DVD. Looking forward to it.

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Don't know if anyone else apart from Lost Angeles has been watching The Bridge on BBC4, but it's the final double-bill tonight. Blinding bit of drama. It's on iPlayer series catch-up if you missed it.

And what an excellent finale it was, too.

But, I still don't get the significance of the heart-swap widow's wig?

Why did almost every charecter wear the same clothes every day?

And good news: in a recent interview at Guardian.co.uk, Sofia Helin (Saga) reveals that series two starts shooting in October - clickety  :grin:  

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6th.replicant wrote:

Andy Clough wrote:

Don't know if anyone else apart from Lost Angeles has been watching The Bridge on BBC4, but it's the final double-bill tonight. Blinding bit of drama. It's on iPlayer series catch-up if you missed it.

And what an excellent finale it was, too.

But, I still don't get the significance of the heart-swap widow's wig?

Why did almost every charecter wear the same clothes every day?

And good news: in a recent interview at Guardian.co.uk, Sofia Helin (Saga) reveals that series two starts shooting in October - clickety  :grin:  

Perhaps they can’t afford costumes as they are all skint from building that bridge.
I shall look forward to watching a new series as this was very enjoyable.

For someone who was not a fanatic of subtitles I’ve watched  10 parts of The Killing II, Those That Kill, The Bridge and all 3 Dragon Tattoo films and enjoyed them all.

I can now differentiate between Swedish and Danish but I couldn’t tell you which one is which.

With Homeland, Fringe and The Bridge finishing and the last part of Birdsong tonight I shall now have nothing to watch so I will retire to the conservatory for the summer and finish reading The Leopard by Jo Nesbo  (another Scandinavian) followed by Omaha Beach and anything else I fancy plus the odd tune here and there.

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Lost Angeles wrote:

6th.replicant wrote:

Andy Clough wrote:

Don't know if anyone else apart from Lost Angeles has been watching The Bridge on BBC4, but it's the final double-bill tonight. Blinding bit of drama. It's on iPlayer series catch-up if you missed it.

And what an excellent finale it was, too.

But, I still don't get the significance of the heart-swap widow's wig?

Why did almost every charecter wear the same clothes every day? ...

Perhaps they can’t afford costumes as they are all skint from building that bridge... 

Or in Saga's case, perhaps she spends all her dough keeping her rather lovely vintage 911 so clean and shiny 24/7 - despite all the snow, slush and rain?

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Hierro [Blu-ray]

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And earlier....

Robots [DVD]

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"We are currently awaiting the loading of our complement of small lemon-soaked paper napkins for your comfort, refreshment and hygiene during the journey."

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Yesterday afternoon we went to watch Singin' In The Rain the musical at the Palace Theatre, absolutely brilliant :bounce:

One word of advice to anyone contemplating going, DO NOT sit near the front in the stalls unless you take your kagoul, cos you will definitely get wet. We were OK in the dress circle.

Well worth seeing. Top Hat next?

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My Life As A Dog [1985] [DVD]

Brilliant film, laugh out loud funny, and pretend you've got something in your eye sad.

More like this please.

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6th.replicant wrote:

Blimey, Noomi Rapace is epic  Dirol


Watched all 3 of these again in the last week. Teleborian gets his comeuppance. Superb.

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