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    Quote Originally Posted by Critical View Post
    Downton Abbey starts airing on ITV this coming Sunday, which means MFW and I will soon be communicating via spoiler tags in this thread!

    I think season 3 of Sherlock should be starting in a few months too. Finally!
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    Rats. MFW corrected me. The new season doesn't start until the 22nd. I saw the earlier date on another site and didn't check it out. So, I'll have to wait two weeks Better than 4 months!
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    It's okay -- we can take the extra week to properly prepare ourselves, and to practice our spoiler tagging!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Critical View Post
    Rats. MFW corrected me. The new season doesn't start until the 22nd. I saw the earlier date on another site and didn't check it out. So, I'll have to wait two weeks Better than 4 months!
    I can't wait.

    Last year I found some sites that had long and comprehensive recaps of each episode ... so I knew what was going to happen with Lady Sybil and Mathew ... but kept hoping it was wrong! I wuld like to find someplace to actually watch. No fair that I have to wait util January!
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    WooHOO! First episode of season 4 of Downton Abbey last night! It's like seeing old friends again. Loved it!

    ETA: New - and totally excellent - coffee mug. I'm ready for the next series of Sherlock!
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    It was good.
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    And the nanny! Tsk. Not really glad to see that lady maid again - didn't like her first time round.
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    So happy Foyle's War is back! Does anyone understand what trouble Foyle got into when he was in the States?

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    WooHOO! First episode of season 4 of Downton Abbey last night! It's like seeing old friends again. Loved it! [/ATTACH]
    How do you do that??? I'm just biding my time until next year. But I'd rather not be biding, but watching!

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    I am really enjoying Last Tango in Halifax.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prhoshay View Post
    I am really enjoying Last Tango in Halifax.
    So am I! Anne Reid and Derek Jacobi are fantastic, but no surprise there. There's a good mix of humor and drama.

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