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Marie Reed  
Six Feet Under
6/5/05, 9:21am
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Is anyone going to be watching Six Feet Under this season? I think this will be the last season. It's definitely one of the most interesting shows on HBO.

I can't remember what happened last year. Did Nate propose to Brenda? All I remember was that Nate found out how his wife died. I should have watched the re-runs.

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6/6/05, 7:27pm
My wife said, "he slept with Brenda" but she does not think he proposed, because she has a boyfriend. She watches it. I am just waiting for the Sopranos to come back.

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6/7/05, 7:50am
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>My wife said, "he slept with Brenda" but she does not think he
>proposed, because she has a boyfriend. She watches it. I am
>just waiting for the Sopranos to come back.


Im with you on that one Shon. We never missed the Sopranos and watched the reruns when ever they were on. A great show!

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Re: Six Feet Under
6/7/05, 1:53pm
We used to count the times the players said F**k on each episode. Once we had 120 times. Sheese. We also bet over or under for the show. Loved it really one of the more interesting on TV.

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Re: Six Feet Under
6/8/05, 5:45am
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Sorry.........I dont talk to someone without a name....but thanks for visiting.

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6/8/05, 11:53pm
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Well, Rob and I watched the first episode, and we liked it. Poor Brenda was having a miss carriage on the day of her wedding with Nate.

As for the Sopranos, I never got into it too much, because of all the cursing. Rob, however, liked the show very much, and I know he'll watch it when it starts.

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Re: Six Feet Under
6/8/05, 11:55pm
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>We used to count the times the players said F**k on each
>episode. Once we had 120 times. Sheese. We also bet over or
>under for the show. Loved it really one of the more
>interesting on TV.

Well, I bet that they'll have more "F" words this season.

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6/9/05, 10:45am
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>Sorry.........I dont talk to someone without a name....but
>thanks for visiting.

Do you really think folks posting to you think you are Candice Bergen? LOL

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6/9/05, 1:59pm
HUMMMMM........one might interpret your message as being "mean spirited" Do you run this board? Perhaps, it is better "If you can't say something NICE, don't saY NUTHIN AT ALL!" JUST A VISITORS QUICK THOUGHT.

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murphy brown  
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6/9/05, 3:26pm (Last Edited: 6/9/05, 4:05pm)
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>Sorry.........I dont talk to someone without a name....but
>thanks for visiting.
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>Do you really think folks posting to you think you are Candice
>Bergen? LOL


Perhaps I didnt make myself clear. It makes me a bit uncomfortable to engage someone that has no identity at all in conversation here.

I have no clue whether they are male or female...young or old. Further more......why would someone choose to do that?

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6/9/05, 4:12pm
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>Perhaps I didnt make myself clear. It makes me a bit
>uncomfortable to engage someone that has no identity at all in
>conversation here.

Might be uncomfortable for the person to establish an identity until he/she feels more comfortable with the environment. Making a comment like you did just might keep em from establishing an identity. Just sayin'...

>I have no clue whether they are male or female...young or old.
>Further more......why would someone choose to do that?

As you know, people have sensitivities. There are quite a few folks here who don't feel the need to use a pseudonym.

To each his/her own.

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