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January 09, 2007

Tiny Tim's TV Time

I just finished watching Wonderfalls. I think I have a new favourite TV show. It’s hilarious and has great characters you really care about. It was, of course, cancelled by Fox after four episodes. I feel I should say more about it, but it would really just boil down to “go watch”, so that’s what you should do.

I’ve also finished season 1 of Veronica Mars. Also awesome, but thankfully less cancelled. The characters are brilliant; most of the time you won’t be able to decide if you love them or hate them. They all change over the course of the season-long story arc, which itself is enough to watch it for. Season 2 should be arriving very soon now – I can’t wait.

What else? I got to the end of season 2 of Babylon 5 recently, but it doesn’t grip me as much as the other two do. I would have thought that a program with a five year story arc planned out from the start would be right up my street, but it moves much slower in comparison. Still, I’m definitely going to keep watching.

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