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    I loved it, too. Why would you even imply that you might not have good taste, Realitychick? Shows that require active viewing and allow you to use your brain are hardly in bad taste. We have a few of them; I wish we had more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Florimel;3200377;
    I loved it, too. Why would you even imply that you might not have good taste, Realitychick? Shows that require active viewing and allow you to use your brain are hardly in bad taste. We have a few of them; I wish we had more.
    I am one who usually sticks with the stereo-typical crap show... But I find this show very unique and different then what I normally watch... I own the Lost Dvd's but have never watched them and am now rethinking that decision.
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    Okay it's official. My husband and I are both hooked. Me because of "Peter Bishop" and him because of "Walter". He loves Walter. And for the first time ever, he actually jumped right on the bandwagon with me getting the season DVD when it comes out. Is this show really filmed in MA or...? Because I'm only about 20 minutes from Stoughton. I'd be facinated to track down the set or something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nilesgirl;3200540;
    Okay it's official. My husband and I are both hooked. Me because of "Peter Bishop" and him because of "Walter". He loves Walter. And for the first time ever, he actually jumped right on the bandwagon with me getting the season DVD when it comes out. Is this show really filmed in MA or...? Because I'm only about 20 minutes from Stoughton. I'd be facinated to track down the set or something.
    It is filmed in Toronto...at least the pilot was.
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    Yeah. I looked it up. It's filmed in NY and Canada
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    So, just watched the first episode and really enjoyed it. I was working on a painting at the same time but it kept my interest enough that I kept stopping to watch and occasionally rewind to watching something again. I have never seen Lost so I can't compare the two.
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    I made it to ep 2 (haven't watched last night's yet) and it's growing on me a little. I'm a bit confused about all this "pattern" stuff though. I like the interaction between the doctor who was a mental patient, and his son. I'll give it some more time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rattus;3202264;
    So, just watched the first episode and really enjoyed it. I was working on a painting at the same time but it kept my interest enough that I kept stopping to watch and occasionally rewind to watching something again. I have never seen Lost so I can't compare the two.
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    naw, but i'm wondering are the commercial break timing, leafs, frogs, apples some type of pattern for the viewers




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    I always thought those were just to look at... but now you have me wondering? haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogg;3204265;
    Netflix! one of the greatest shows in recent history
    Actually, I'm waiting for the show to end and then I'm going to buy the whole series.
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