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    I got this uncomfortable feeling that Denise would end up with Sam and that the sweet woman (don't remember her name) with the huge crush on Sam was going to be devastated. Denise, of course, would be rebounding from Moray marrying Katherine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prhoshay View Post
    I got this uncomfortable feeling that Denise would end up with Sam and that the sweet woman (don't remember her name) with the huge crush on Sam was going to be devastated. Denise, of course, would be rebounding from Moray marrying Katherine.
    Pauline - hmm I guess that could happen.
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    I've watched the first four episodes of season 2 so I will refrain from commenting other than to say I'm enjoying it even more than season 1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Florimel View Post
    I've watched the first four episodes of season 2 so I will refrain from commenting other than to say I'm enjoying it even more than season 1.
    Really? tempted so tempted.
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    Me, too, but resisting....so far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prhoshay View Post
    Me, too, but resisting....so far.
    Me, three! heh heh heh

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    Really? tempted so tempted.
    Yep, really. It's so hard not to discuss it here, but it won't be that much longer until you all start to watch and we can begin to react to events.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Florimel View Post
    Yep, really. It's so hard not to discuss it here, but it won't be that much longer until you all start to watch and we can begin to react to events.
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    While watching Return to Downton Abbey, it dawned on me that I hadn't seen some of what they were recalling. I went through my stored up programs I, indeed, found that I still had the last 2-hour episode, as yet, untouched! This morning I watched it and am all caught up. Finding that little bonus in my queue was quite a treat!!! I don't know how I missed that!

    I also have not seen the final episode of Mr. Selfridge, and it's no longer available on pbs.org!! Are there going to be any further episodes of Mr. Selfridge? If Santa was really a good guy, he'd hook me up!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by prhoshay View Post
    While watching Return to Downton Abbey, it dawned on me that I hadn't seen some of what they were recalling. I went through my stored up programs I, indeed, found that I still had the last 2-hour episode, as yet, untouched! This morning I watched it and am all caught up. Finding that little bonus in my queue was quite a treat!!! I don't know how I missed that!

    I also have not seen the final episode of Mr. Selfridge, and it's no longer available on pbs.org!! Are there going to be any further episodes of Mr. Selfridge? If Santa was really a good guy, he'd hook me up!!
    Yes, PBS has already signed to air it.
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