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Re: [Something] And the new Harry Potter book is called...

  • FromJoseph Pate <jpate@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • DateFri, 29 Dec 2006 14:39:36 -0800 (PST)
Regarding Twin Peaks, I came so close, only to be let down by the 
cable timeshare... A&E ran a Twin Peaks marathon around Halloween
of some past year that I can't remember... I had taken time off 
work to keep ridiculous hours and tape everything, but then at 3
in the morning, A&E turned into the Travel Channel and my mission

I never did go back to see if someone dubbed their VHS copies of 
questionable quality onto DVD-R and is selling it on eBay (as has
been done with some other hard-to-find shows like MTV's The State
and (for a while) Brisco County Jr., though the latter has since
been released.

Again, waiting until retirement to chase that down... I'm enough 
of a collector that I'd probably buy the box set if I saw it, but
not enough to really look hard for it until I actually have time
to watch it.


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> cballowe@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> > So instead of just waiting for a single book at a time, you wait for 
> > the whole series for years...
> >  
> Hey, I support him. It worked great for me and Firefly/Serenity. The 
> Whedonator only wanted 2 more seasons! Would it really have been so hard 
> on that stinkin network?
> Likewise, I'm still waiting for a complete twin peaks set to come out. 
> That David Lynch seems to be against letting people watch his stuff a 
> second time!
> As for Harry Potter though, I got hooked too early to wait.
> Mike
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