I'm having Survivor withdrawal until the new season starts, so have been watching past seasons and right now I'm on Survivor: Palau and realized that Brendan looks like Gregg from that season. It may not be exact but it's pretty damn close. Just switch the hairs around and you're almost looking at the same person.
Other favorite shows:
Dirty Jobs (Mike Rowe's awesome)
Man vs. Wild (Bear Grylls's awesome)
Anthony Bourdaine:No Reservations (Anthony Bourdaine's awesome)
Build It Bigger (Dan Forster's awesome)
Da Ali G Show (Sacha Baron Cohen's awesome)
South Park (South Park's awesome)
Survivor and The Sopranos is my two favorite shows tho. Too bad Sopranos is done, fingers crossed it comes back. And Survivor is just a great show, I love it.
This thread needs to be renamed "Last good thing you watched on TV", because it would definitely be:
Stanford vs. USC
Still reeling from this triple overtime doozie. If you guys have never seen American football and wanna see the real stuff, watch this, none of that phony NFL garbage. You can download it with your torrent client here. I suggest downloading from TvTeam. scenebalance sux, bunch of rar files - bleh.
Some other great games last weekend:
Clemson vs. Georgia Tech
Yellow Jackets upset then no. 5 Tigers. Great smash mouth football being played here. Sammy Watkins for Clemson has really got some wheels.
Still waiting to download this game. Razorbacks just barely escaped being knocked off by the Commodores 31-28. Watched it at the time, but the seeder to leecher ratio for the download sux. Dunno what's going on with it. Still waiting for some seeds before jumping on it.
Best game from two weekends ago:
Wisconsin vs. Michigan St.
Spartans beat the Badgers on a last second hail mary pass into the endzone that was tipped by Wisconson and caught by Michigan St. Second best game of the season so far, and it's not available for download.
Game of the year so far:
Notre Dame vs. Michigan
Don't miss this one. It was awesome. Michigan quarterback, Denard Robinson... yeah, he got skillz. Here's a good write-up about the game. It was the first night game at the Big House. 115,000 people. Six touchdowns and three turnovers in the final 17 minutes and 13 seconds. Three touchdowns in the last 72 seconds. Yeah, it was special.
This weekend is the big one:
LSU vs. Alabama
No. 1 vs. No. 2. Can't wait for this.
More games this weekend that should be interesting:
Texas Tech vs. Texas
This should be very interesting. Tech the week before last knocked off then no. 3 Oklahoma at Oklahoma, but lost at home last weekend to Iowa St. Yet Oklahoma ate Texas for lunch a few weeks back. This is going to be good.
A doco about Jimi Hendrix from back in the 00's I found on Lovefilm, honestly an hour of inspiration! Whilst I've been really into Cream for time now, I never really got that down with the whole Hendrix thing, but once you start to understand him and what times were like back then so much better it starts to make sense...
Hendrix... one of three artists from the late 60s I got into when I was in the sixth form (the others being Santana and The Doors) and I still listen to them all from time to time - but maybe not enough.
One of my proudest musical possessions is a boxed set of Hendrix albums that came out on the tenth anniversary of his death.