TV First Dates - Part 5: Sunday night classics

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darklake

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Have you seen them and just rewatching?

I've watched bits and pieces of the new ones over the years and it's not bad but finally not bothered anymore the last couple of years.

Always absolutely loved the old show though.
I vaguely remembered Tom Baker and of course the daleks. Only used to catch the odd episode on the ABC.

What strikes me about the old show is how many twat companions there were. Absolutely hated Jo Grant and Adric.
Love the crappy sets and special effects though.
Onto season 4 of the reboot. But I have seen some of Jody Whittaker's episodes too. She does a good job.
 

Kram

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I remember watching Judge Judy when I first moved to Perf in 1999 on days I got back from TAFE early, haven't really watched it since but it's still on TV 22 years later!

I think there was another one called Judge Joe Brown back then?
 

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"I posed as a meter reader. I put a bug in the tall kid's mom's place. For three hours straight, all he talked about was something called Babylon 5."

lmao
 

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Posted this on the geelong board:

They were talking "anti" bucket lists on the radio this morning.

Some of their answers were the Taj Mahal (dunno never been), Barcelona (disagree), watching the Super Bowl (agree even tho ive never watched one).



One I'd say is probably skydiving. Not because i hated it, i loved it, is because im more chicken sh*t now that im older.
Anyone got their own anti bucket list.
 

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Tbh I wouldnt really be all that devastated if I never went to Europe ever again.

Actually overseas in general Im like a big fat "meh" atm- with or without covid. Too far, too $$$, cbf'd.
 

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Sorry I thought you meant things you wouldn't do.

All I can think of is maybe the Barrier Reef, thought that was a bit underwhelming after the lenghty boat ride. But I think that was more to do with going off Mackay instead of one of the apparently better locactions to see it further up north like Townsville or Cairns.
 

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Lmao, Point Cook.

Actually I can put that on my list. I've been to PC once, to visit a friend. Never again! :tearsofjoy:

Ive been to a rodeo. Not that I enjoyed it, but i found it fascinating. Like I was viewing a different species in a different habitat, and this is what they did for fun.
 

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Someone told me the other day WA is heaps better for that- up around Broome.
Actually all the fish just hide from you there, so you are then just basically left to snorkel around looking at big blocks of reef.. though did see this huge clam. When you go to leave they threw all the lunch scraps into to sea and then thousands of sea life then come out.

I would honestly rate snorkeling for a few minutes down south of WA at Bunker's Bay near Dunsborough far better, no tropical reef but loads of interesting fish and it was a 2 minute walk from the car not a 2 hour boat ride.
 

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