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The new Torchwood mini-series is pretty interesting. What happens when for some strange reason, no body in the word is dying? You still get sick, you still have accidents, you still experience bodily trauma, you still bleed, you still feel pain, but you remain conscious, and you just never die. Why is this happening, and what social and global scale repercussions does this have? How does the the Torchwood/CIA crew solve this?

Here's a chilling scene. A woman is tied up and put in a car. A crane picks up the car places it in a car compactor, which proceeds to mangle and compact the car. The final shot, is the camera zooming in through the mangled metal of the compacted car and stops at a tiny opening where you see just the woman's eye ball wide open looking around in horror! Can you imagine being trapped like that, your body all mangled, and being fully conscious and aware, alone with your thoughts in that state forever!!!? If you believe in the concept of hell, I thing that would qualify.


The basic idea seems taken from one of Saramago's novels:
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I am downloading Season 1 of Burn Notice now as I've heard nothing but good things about it. And USA Network does some really good shows. So if Burn Notice is on par with White Collar or Suits I'll be pretty happy.

I've watched a few episodes so far, and I'm really enjoying this show! At the beginning I wasn't sure, I thought it was going to have a goofy vibe to it. And it kinda does, but it's clever.

I'm enjoying it.

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I've watched a few episodes so far, and I'm really enjoying this show! At the beginning I wasn't sure, I thought it was going to have a goofy vibe to it. And it kinda does, but it's clever.

I'm enjoying it.

Michael Westin is awesome. Sam is awesome too. And Fiona... well, she is yummy.

The show is predictable, but always a lot of fun.

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Michael Westin is awesome. Sam is awesome too. And Fiona... well, she is yummy.

The show is predictable, but always a lot of fun.

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Yes.

And Miami "scenery" is always easy on the eyes as well

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Thanks for reminding me, I haven't watched that show in a while. I spent 3 months in Miami when traveling, so it will be nice to dream myself back there... Not that Miami is a paradise, but it sure beats Norway...

I often watch shows just for the scenery, does that make me insane?

That reminds me, I have to start watching Magnum P.I. again... Along with A-Team, probably the shows ever made. And the theme songs are out of this world...

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Thanks for reminding me, I haven't watched that show in a while. I spent 3 months in Miami when traveling, so it will be nice to dream myself back there... Not that Miami is a paradise, but it sure beats Norway...

I often watch shows just for the scenery, does that make me insane?

That reminds me, I have to start watching Magnum P.I. again... Along with A-Team, probably the shows ever made. And the theme songs are out of this world...

If you like Miami scenery (human, and landscape) you should check out CSI Miami as well.

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If you like Miami scenery (human, and landscape) you should check out CSI Miami as well.

Speaking of scenery... I have been saving "Hawaii Five-O" but haven't started watching yet, I am hoping it is a good show and nice scenery of both kinds.

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Speaking of scenery... I have been saving "Hawaii Five-O" but haven't started watching yet, I am hoping it is a good show and nice scenery of both kinds.

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I thinks it's pretty good. It has that old action comedy-vibe that used to reign when I was growing up. Without the foul language, of course. Damn the FCC!

Hawaii truly is the most beautiful place on earth (at least in the western world), I can't wait to go back... You should have a forum get-together/seminar there, Mike! That way it could be a tax write-off...

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