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Oct 8th 2008

I can't remember the exact number, but there were a couple of guys I was sure were Americans that I found out later were British.

Oct 8th 2008

I know Kieran O'Brien and Simon Pegg are both in it and they're definitely British dudes. On IMDB it says the whole series was shot in England (and Switzerland), so that explains the slightly-off accents of some of the supporting cast.

Oct 9th 2008 edited

I can't remember the exact number, but there were a couple of guys
I was sure were Americans that I found out later were British.

Bob Hoskins fools a lot of people. I think he's played more Americans
than Brits now.

Oct 10th 2008

Simon Pegg plays a Brit, though, I'm pretty sure.

Oct 10th 2008

Simon Pegg plays a Brit, though, I'm pretty sure.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bCj5OtJ6bBk

He appears to be trying to sound American.

Oct 10th 2008

I forgot Mad Men. I have that on dvd as well. I also ordered the first season of 30 Rock.

Oct 10th 2008 edited

I love Mad Men, but I always watch something funny afterwards,
because it can be a bit of a downer. 30 Rock should be a perfect
chaser for that straight shot of a show.

Oct 13th 2008

I never finished the first season of Mad Men. I enjoyed it, but it seemed a little wink-y for me, if you see what I'm saying.

Oct 14th 2008

I don't, DftF. Explain.

Oct 14th 2008

I felt sort of like I was supposed to find this whole 60s deal funny and a wee bit silly. The show felt like it was winking at me.

Oct 14th 2008

I felt sort of like I was supposed to find this whole 60s deal funny and a
wee bit silly. The show felt like it was winking at me.

Thanks for explaining that, DftF. I thought by "winky" you meant
the show had a nervous tick or had possibly suffered a minor stroke.

Oct 14th 2008

Only a couple of massive coronaries.

Oct 14th 2008

Only a couple of massive coronaries.

Good one, mtt! And a third on the way, if he keeps it up. TWSS!

Oct 14th 2008

Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law.

My friend's dad has voiced some of the characters on that show.

Oct 14th 2008

I mentioned that we're watching F&G again. The episode that we're on is the one with Hoshida. How's it hanging Fillipellers?...still love Haverchuck. You have no hair on your pits?

Oct 14th 2008

Aren't there two or three with her? I remember there's the one where she writes on Sam's locker, and the one where she's sucking on James Franco's thumb. Are those the same one?

Oct 15th 2008

Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law

My friend's dad has voiced some of the characters on that show.

Your friend's dad is Stephen Colbert?

Oct 15th 2008

I remember there's the one where she writes on Sam's locker, and the one where she's sucking on James Franco's thumb. Are those the same one?

I think that's the same one. Freaks and Geeks rules.

Oct 15th 2008

I remember there's the one where she writes on Sam's locker, and the one where she's sucking on James Franco's thumb. Are those the same one?

I think that's the same one. Freaks and Geeks rules.

Yup, all the same one. I thought it was funny that Kim almost ran her (and the guys) over when she caught them at the park.

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