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    Re: Masterpiece Theater shows (PBS)

    For those that watched the Paradise..The Paradise | Programs | Masterpiece | PBS

    Season 2 (which is also the final season) is starting on Sunday the 28th.
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    Well, it's about time!
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    Quote Originally Posted by prhoshay View Post
    Well, it's about time!
    I know, right? I nearly missed it..thank goodness for emails
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    Yay!!!
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    I love Miss Marple! I want to be her when I grow up.
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    I DVR'd the first episode to watch last night. But I have a slight hearing problem, and could not understand a lot of the dialogue, even with the volume turned up. Made me sad and frustrated. I finally gave up.

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    Do you not have closed caption? I fell in love with it when I used to rent foreign films. My son told me that I liked to read my movies. He was right! Sometimes, the accents are just so strong that I don't have a choice if I really want to watch the movie.
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    I always have closed-captioning on when I watch DVDs, but I don't have it turned on here at home for everything (technically challenged). We may be moving within a few months; if we do, I may set up the main TV with it when we get our new cable service.
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    Re: Masterpiece Theater shows (PBS)

    Quote Originally Posted by inthegarden View Post
    I love Miss Marple! I want to be her when I grow up.
    The first episode, A Caribbean Mystery, is one I had read and seen before though with a different Miss Marple. The second episode, Greenshaw's Folly was completely new to me. I didn't think there as an Agatha Christie book I hadn't read at some point. Loved both of them and eager for the third.
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    Oh, goodie! I didn't realize the Miss Marple episodes had started. Time to play catch up.
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