I am finally caught up on the new tv shows: Missing, Awake, and Touch. They all are so different, but pretty good. Are you watching any of them? Do you like them?
I watched two episodes of “Touch.” The third episode didn’t hold my interest — it was too similar to the last one. I can’t tell if the plot is going anywhere or if the dad is going to run as fast as he can and get beat up every week….
Now “Bones” last night was funny.
After rebooting my frozen U-Verse box a zillion times I finally was able to watch Bones around 10pm. Loved it, of course! (And a new DVR box is on the way, which means that all of my DVR’d shows will be lost if I don’t get a move on watching them.)
Of course he’s going to run as fast as he can and get beat up every week…he’s Jack Bauer after all, no matter what his name is this time around.
Precisely. What’s in it for us? (We could watch the Olympics?)
I’ve not even heard of those shows. I’m so out of the loop.
I’m watching Touch and Awake. I have high hopes for them both, but they both need to do something soon, or I’m out.
I am watching “Missing” and love it. I tried “Awake” but just couldn’t get into it. I didn’t realize “Touch” had started. I had watched the pilot a long time ago and wanted to watch it. I’ll have to get caught up on OnDemand and see what I think
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