part 16 released early in ireland and the uk

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Re: part 16 released early in ireland and the uk

Postby sneakydave » Sun Aug 27, 2017 3:12 am

I'm definitely happy I watched it as it saves me getting up at 5.30am tomorrow to watch it before work. But yeah, I just want to read reactions now.
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Re: part 16 released early in ireland and the uk

Postby hopesfall » Sun Aug 27, 2017 3:18 am

sneakydave wrote:I'm definitely happy I watched it as it saves me getting up at 5.30am tomorrow to watch it before work. But yeah, I just want to read reactions now.


Working on a bank holiday? :(

EDIT: Just realised where you're from! I'm an idiot, sorry.
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Re: part 16 released early in ireland and the uk

Postby Novalis » Sun Aug 27, 2017 3:33 am

manalicream wrote:It's been taken down FYI

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Bah. Could have been watching this last night and now its gone. fml

Oh well. Just a few hours more.
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Re: part 16 released early in ireland and the uk

Postby manalicream » Sun Aug 27, 2017 3:37 am

Patience is key! I am lucky my neighbours woke me up watching the boxing. Did my usual check on twin peaks and had a nice Sunday morning surprise!

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Re: part 16 released early in ireland and the uk

Postby sneakydave » Sun Aug 27, 2017 3:44 am

hopesfall wrote:
sneakydave wrote:I'm definitely happy I watched it as it saves me getting up at 5.30am tomorrow to watch it before work. But yeah, I just want to read reactions now.


Working on a bank holiday? :(


Not a bank holiday in Scotland unfortunately.
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Re: part 16 released early in ireland and the uk

Postby hopesfall » Sun Aug 27, 2017 3:46 am

sneakydave wrote:
hopesfall wrote:
sneakydave wrote:I'm definitely happy I watched it as it saves me getting up at 5.30am tomorrow to watch it before work. But yeah, I just want to read reactions now.


Working on a bank holiday? :(


Not a bank holiday in Scotland unfortunately.


Yeah I just edited my post as I realised where you're from. I am bloody dense!
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Re: part 16 released early in ireland and the uk

Postby sneakydave » Sun Aug 27, 2017 4:01 am

hopesfall wrote:
sneakydave wrote:
hopesfall wrote:
Working on a bank holiday? :(


Not a bank holiday in Scotland unfortunately.


Yeah I just edited my post as I realised where you're from. I am bloody dense!


Ha!

Episode is still available for me btw. Wonder if it is because I pressed the blue button to 'keep' the episode after I downloaded it.
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Re: part 16 released early in ireland and the uk

Postby TweetPeak » Sun Aug 27, 2017 4:41 am

happily it wasnt the germans this time!
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Re: part 16 released early in ireland and the uk

Postby Deep Thought » Sun Aug 27, 2017 6:29 am

Is it true the episode is dedicated to Waldo?

My 17 yo son won't be watching the show with me tonight because he loves GOT and says he can't watch Thrones after TP. Too much residual left in his brain to concentrate on GOT. He he.
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Re: part 16 released early in ireland and the uk

Postby whoisalhedges » Mon Aug 28, 2017 3:13 am

Deep Thought wrote:Is it true the episode is dedicated to Waldo?

My 17 yo son won't be watching the show with me tonight because he loves GOT and says he can't watch Thrones after TP. Too much residual left in his brain to concentrate on GOT. He he.

I've been watching GoT all along, and your son is right... there's no way.

I mean, I do it. I watch TP, then GoT. But it's stupid. :lol:

It doesn't help that this was (IMO) by far the worst season of Game of Thrones - the farther away they get from Martin's source material, the more the plot/narrative seems to break down. But to follow up Twin Peaks: The Return with what is, essentially, well-made popcorn television - well, it's just not fair. ;)

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