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  1. Sticky thread Sticky: On Spoilers

    If an episode of a TV show has not aired yet, a book has not been published, or a movie has not premiered, any discussion of their plot details and descriptions are considered to be spoilers. Threads that are going to discuss such things should...

    Started by Zuul‎, 15 Nov 2009 07:44 PM
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  1. The B List

    In the interests of revealing mortifying details about ourselves, here's the game: go to your movie collection, and list the ones that start with the letter B. We can use this information to form unwarrented opinions about one another, which is...

    Started by 3trew‎, 04 Mar 2009 01:31 AM
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  2. Please recommend me more music like this!

    I absolutely adore #41 by Dave Matthews Band. Caught it on imeem.com and have listened to it over and over again. The beat and instrumentals are extremely comforting and fun to listen to at the same time. Can anyone recommend similar music to...

    Started by Agent Foxtrot‎, 17 Mar 2009 10:38 AM
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  3. So I finally watched Battlestar Galactica. Dude. Wow.

    I spent the past weekend laying on the couch with a virus, so I finally got to break in the brand new LCD TV I bought after Christmas. Based on my analysis of what should be changed about Star Trek: TNG here, KneadToKnow suggested I should be...

    Started by Agent Foxtrot‎, 12 Mar 2009 10:55 AM
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  4. Anyone watching Castle?

    I've given a shot the last two weeks running. Nathan Fillion's likeability is about the only thing carrying it, IMO, but that is a powerful force. It would be easier if I hadn't heard it compared in concept to Murder She Wrote, and flashbacks to...

    Started by Aholibah‎, 17 Mar 2009 03:00 PM
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  5. Obligatory House Thread

    No Cafe Society forum would be complete with at least one House thread in it, so I'm happy to oblige. Originally when House was created it was based (at least in part) on Sherlock Holmes. I'm curious how does it seem to be sticking to that idea?...

    Started by alice_in_wonderland‎, 27 Feb 2009 02:47 PM
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  6. Which Harry Potter spell would you like to know?

    Once again today, I realised I would really like to know that Accio summoning charm thing. There are a thousand and one uses for such a spell. The obvious include when the TV remote is just out of reach. A problem if your wand is also just out of...

    Started by AllWalker‎, 10 Jun 2009 03:56 AM
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  7. Happy Birthday Star Wars!

    32 years old, and barely showing your age :D

    Started by AllWalker‎, 24 May 2009 07:53 PM
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  8. The Homestar Runner Appreciation Thread

    Everyone likes Homestar Runner. Discussions, updates, thoughts, fanfic :), the place for it is here.

    Started by AllWalker‎, 05 May 2009 02:09 AM
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  9. The Most Spoilered Movies In History (um, spoilers?)

    Certainly high on the list is Bambi. I have never seen it. But I can tell you that Bambi's mother dies. I think she is shot or something, I don't know. How do I know this? Dumb question - everyone knows this. It isn't even a spoiler any more, it...

    Started by AllWalker‎, 29 Mar 2009 09:29 AM
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  10. Order of the Stick - A line is crossed

    A new update: Holy crap. Holy crap. Holy crap. Oh V, we knew you would commit some horrible deed... But this?

    Started by AllWalker‎, 20 Mar 2009 08:02 AM
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  11. What's the deal with Uncyclopedia's main page lately?

    For the unaware, Uncyclopedia is a humorous parody of Wikipedia, run on similar lines of user created content, but with the objective being humour. As anyone else noticed that for the last week or so, the "Did you know..." section has been messed...

    Started by AllWalker‎, 05 Mar 2009 07:32 PM
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  12. Watchmen vs The Watchmen (comic book vs movie) *OPEN SPOILERS*

    Having just finished reading the comicbook, I have to say I like the way the movie handled it. The old addage of "the book is better" certainly applies here, though. *The comic grants a deeper look into the lives of the characters, especially...

    Started by AllWalker‎, 25 Jul 2009 03:34 AM
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  13. A Foundation Movie? Oh please, anything but that!

    I while ago I noticed a brief section in Wiki's article on Asimov's classic Foundation that they were planning to make a movie based on it. Now, Foundation is one of my all time favourite books, and whenever reading it I imagine myself as a director...

    Started by AllWalker‎, 25 Jul 2009 11:27 PM
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  14. Why have the wizards from Harry Potter never conquered the Muggle world?

    Seriously. WTF is up with that? One of the nastier aspects of Lord Voldemort You-Know-Who was that he wanted to rule over both the wizards and Muggles. But surely he can't be the first, and surely the others can't have all failed. Consider:...

    Started by AllWalker‎, 05 Aug 2009 03:37 AM
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  15. Works that drastically blur the fantasy/sci-fi line

    Now, I'm not just talking about fantasy books or movies set in the modern age, or scifi stories with a hint of telepathy and mysticism, I mean works which go all out on both the science fiction and the fantasy stuff. So I suppose I have two...

    Started by AllWalker‎, 07 Sep 2009 11:10 AM
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  16. FTL Travel - your favourite method?

    Define "favourite" however you like. Faster-than-light travel shows up in a lot of scifi, essentially because the entire space opera genre is impossible without the means of travelling between stars quickly. In general, I like jump drives - the...

    Started by AllWalker‎, 11 Sep 2009 09:10 AM
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  17. Are there any realistic lasers in movies?

    I mean lasers used in combat. It seems like every laser ever used as a weapon travels at something like walking speed. Sometimes lasers are the speed-of-light kind, but that is for things like cutting a hole in steel or something. So I ask you -...

    Started by AllWalker‎, 24 Dec 2009 01:32 AM
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  18. Liu Bolin, invisible artist

    http://www.artnet.com/artist/425227158/liu-bolin.html Check this stuff out. Really, really, cool.

    Started by AllWalker‎, 12 Jan 2010 02:48 AM
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  19. Favourite Advertisements

    gzQCn8KT1fk Ad for AAMI Car Insurance. Far better than the song it's based on. Post yours!

    Started by AllWalker‎, 15 Jan 2010 07:24 PM
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  20. How Asimov's Foundation will improve your life

    For me, Foundation by Isaac Asimov is one of the great all-time scifi classics. It takes a concept so simple you can’t help but say “huh, I wish I thought of that” and pulls it off beautifully. It’s a book that changes the way you look at the world,...

    Started by AllWalker‎, 31 Oct 2011 06:49 AM
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  21. Proper Conduct for the Modern Time Lord and Time Lady

    The Time Lord civilisation is among the oldest in the Whoniverse, possibly the universe, and certainly one of the most technologically advanced. According to the Kardashev scale, Gallifrey is well above a Type III civilisation. They have mastered...

    Started by AllWalker‎, 04 Nov 2011 09:35 PM
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  22. Sweet Home Alabama, courtesy of Tesla Coils

    Okay. Wow. Thanks to Annals of Improbable Research for pointing this out to me. I feel such an awesome thing is wasted on such a terrible song. bbLshnfu0wY

    Started by AllWalker‎, 27 Aug 2012 04:50 AM
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  23. Anybody remember that TV movie where a woman inherited a small town?

    Anybody remember this made-for-TV (or at least I saw it on TV)? It involved a middle-aged women finding out her best friend from college died. When she go's to the friend's hometown for the funeral she's accosted by residents asking her questions...

    Started by alphaboi‎, 16 May 2009 11:08 PM
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  24. Parks & Recreation: series premiere (open spoilers)

    Amy Poehler's new show which is not a spinoff of the Office, but mockumentary in the same vain starts tonight.

    Started by alphaboi‎, 09 Apr 2009 08:34 PM
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  25. Does WE use different edits of the Golden Girls?

    Is it just me or does WE show different edits of Golden Girls than Lifetime did? I've started to notice stuff like scenes being a bit longer and sometimes an entirely new scene. I only have season 1 on DVD, but the effect is similiar. Has anyone...

    Started by alphaboi‎, 09 Apr 2009 08:32 PM
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  26. Anybody remember this SciFi movie?

    I don't remember the title, but I'm pretty sure it was either a made-for-TV movie or a failed pilot. It was made in the early to mid 90s. The main character was a doctor who'd been post to a remote colony. The planet was tidally-locked with it's...

    Started by alphaboi‎, 02 Apr 2009 04:50 PM
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  27. "The" Movie Pet Peeve

    I am an avid movie watcher. I pretty much go see any movie in the theater, even if it ends up being a bad movie, and the most baffling thing to my friends; even if I KNOW its going to be a bad movie. As such, I've developed a list of cinematic pet...

    Started by AndrewRyan‎, 27 Feb 2010 05:17 PM
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  28. Hot pepper lovers, help me identify these dried chiles!

    I went to a hispanic market yesterday and it was like I was in Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory—there was so much to see and try and I wanted one of everything and I lost my mind. I bought several varieties of dried chiles, and when I got home, I...

    Started by annehere‎, 20 Apr 2009 01:07 PM
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  29. Anybody else looking forward to Grey Gardens?

    I've seen both the Maysles documentaries and am in love with these ladies. I was mortified when I first heard a movie was being made, as I thought NO ACTRESS could capture these ladies, especially Little Edie, and when I heard it would be Drew...

    Started by annehere‎, 16 Apr 2009 02:53 PM
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  30. Mega Shark VS. Giant Octopus

    I don't get to the movie theater often, but if this ever actually gets released dammit I'm going! This has awesome written ALL over it. And I'm taking my wife, even if I have to bonk her over the head and carry her (she hasn't trusted me since I...

    Started by Astroboy14‎, 12 May 2009 03:55 PM
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  31. Help me ID this hold music with very little info

    I've heard a song twice now while on hold that I really like, but I have no idea how to ID it. It is a simple melody, played with a synthesizer, a high pitched bell-like ringing sound, one note per bar I think. It's played over a synthesizer pad...

    Started by Badtz Maru‎, 06 Apr 2009 01:39 PM
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  32. Is there more to this than I'm getting (Sweeney Todd lyric question)

    There's a few lines in the song "A Little Priest" that have me puzzled... TODD: Is that squire, On the fire? LOVETT: Mercy no, sir, look closer, You'll notice it's grocer! TODD:

    Started by Badtz Maru‎, 30 Mar 2009 10:30 AM
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  33. Hamlet 2

    Who has seen "Hamlet 2" yet, and what did you think of it? I felt it was a little uneven, but since it was shifting between "kinda funny but not my style of humor" to "incredibly hilarious" I think it was good. The protagonist is probably one of...

    Started by Badtz Maru‎, 09 Mar 2009 04:00 PM
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  34. What's next in your Netflix queue?

    Hamlet 2 I Heart Huckabees Beowulf: Director's Cut A History of Violence Dungeons & Dragons: Disc 3 The Passion of the Christ Dungeons & Dragons: Disc 4 The Hidden Re-Animator Mulholland Drive

    Started by Badtz Maru‎, 05 Mar 2009 11:23 AM
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  35. Sweeney Todd is awesome

    I recently rented the Tim Burton film version of Sweeney Todd, and loved it. I have since bought the complete soundtrack and watched a lot of scenes from the stage version on Youtube. This is without a doubt my favorite musical of all time - I've...

    Started by Badtz Maru‎, 04 Mar 2009 05:26 PM
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  36. The Dungeons and Dragons cartoon from the 1980s

    Back when it was new and I was 11, I hated the Dungeons & Dragons Saturday morning cartoon. I was a D&D player at the time and felt that the show sucked because of the "inaccuracies" and thought it was too childish. Well, I have kids of my own,...

    Started by Badtz Maru‎, 04 Mar 2009 05:19 PM
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  37. Fathers and sons and acting

    How many times have you seen a movie, miniseries, whatever, and had a father and son play the same role? The son will be the character in their youth, and the father the character at maturity? I've seen it at least three times. In The Ten...

    Started by Baker‎, 13 Mar 2009 03:39 PM
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  38. Movies that didn't end at all like you expected

    I just finished watching an old movie, The Swan, with Grace Kelly, Alec Guinness, and Louis Jourdan. It had a sad ending! I fully expected, after the comic elements, that Kelly's princess would end up running off with Jourdan's tutor. But he...

    Started by Baker‎, 31 Jul 2009 08:10 PM
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  39. A question concerning Eric Flint's 1632 world

    I don't know how many of us here read Eric Flint's 1632 series, the tales of what has happened when a town in West Virginia is transported to the Germanies in the mddle of the 30 Year's War. A number of people have written authorized stories that...

    Started by Baker‎, 13 Aug 2009 09:47 PM
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  40. Because I finally watched the "Lost" season finale (OPEN SPOILERS)

    Last Wednesday, I set my DVR to record the season finale of Lost. Next day, I found that it had lost the ability to read a disc. Apparently this has happened to a lot of people who bought Panasonic DVD/VHS combos. So I was left with a disc that I...

    Started by Baldwin‎, 18 May 2009 08:59 PM
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  41. Help me get through "Angels and Demons"

    I'll be seeing Angels and Demons today. Why would I do such a thing? Because it'll make my girlfriend happy. Problem: Just reading a synopsis of the movie caused my eyes to roll so far back in my head that I saw my own brain. (I think it was...

    Started by Baldwin‎, 15 May 2009 09:10 AM
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  42. Remember this, Susan Spencer

    (Not sure if this belongs in Guggenheim, but it involves a tv show.) I was just watching CBS Sunday Morning News. They had an interesting piece about amnesia, reported by Susan Spencer. During the piece, they showed clips from various movies,...

    Started by Baldwin‎, 03 May 2009 09:36 AM
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  43. About to see "Watchmen"

    My girlfriend took the day off; I'm still unemployed; so we're going to the 10:45 am showing. Will report upon return. Hrmm.

    Started by Baldwin‎, 06 Mar 2009 10:14 AM
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  44. I'm coming out in favor of Yukon Gold potatoes

    For years, we've been baking plain old Idaho potatoes. Today, for the first time, I tried Yukon Gold potatoes, and I'm not goin' back. They cost a little more per pound, but well worth it. Excellent, slightly buttery taste; tender; easily edible...

    Started by Baldwin‎, 05 Mar 2009 08:23 PM
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  45. Thinking about getting a French press

    I like coffee, but usually only make a cup or two. I gave away my Gevalia drip coffee maker to a co-worker when I quit my job a couple of months ago. I've been surviving on instant coffee since, but would like to do better. So I was thinking...

    Started by Baldwin‎, 04 Mar 2009 03:20 PM
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  46. Sci Fi to "SyFy"; Why?

    The Sci Fi Channel has changed its name to SyFy. When I first heard about this, I thought it was a joke. Their original name is recognized throughout the English-speaking world as an abbreviation for "science fiction" (thanks to Forrest J....

    Started by Baldwin‎, 07 Jul 2009 10:55 PM
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  47. Order of the Stick is back from hiatus

    Strip #673. I never even heard of the strip until a few weeks ago, and read through all previous 672 episodes in a week. Strange now, to only get one at a time and have to wait. (Man, at two strips a week -- or whatever it is -- that battle...

    Started by Baldwin‎, 01 Sep 2009 12:52 PM
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  48. Wolverine (Open Spoilers)

    I'm surprised nobody has started a thread about the new movie. I haven't seen the movie in theaters yet (the theaters are all closed here) but I saw the pirated version two weeks ago and loved it, I can't wait to go see the finished movie at the...

    Started by Batman‎, 04 May 2009 05:13 PM
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  49. Fictional books you want to read.

    I've always wanted to read The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy; that thing is bound to have some weird wild stuff in it. Same with Mr. Burn's autobiography Will There Ever Be A Rainbow, the demonic conjurations it probably has are worth the...

    Started by Batman‎, 25 Apr 2009 03:36 PM
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  50. Fictional words in everyday use.

    As you know, Bob Quite a few words have made the jump from fiction to everyday use. Probably the most popular example of this is 'Meh', which was apparently first used on The Simpsons; to 'Grok' is another good example. My personal favorite - and...

    Started by Batman‎, 09 Apr 2009 01:27 PM
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