Loc: Near an iPad
I just started watching them when I was bored and found out they are all available for free ...I have to say it's a great series so far. Sad that I have to wait till Jan 22 to see the next episode!<br><br>
Loc: Lancaster PA USA
You betcha!<br><br>I especially like the one where they escape from the camp through the tunnel to go blow up the train carrying the heavy water shipment, but Col. Klink is put in charge of the guard detail. Then Carter and Newkirk have to get dressed up as Hitler and Hochstetter, and when they meet up with Sgt. Shultz on the train, he doesn't recognize them. Later, back at the camp LeBeau makes apple streudel for Shultz and distracts him with the sweet aroma as Carter and Newkirk come back up into the barracks from the secret passage under the bunk. Carter slips up and forgets and speaks like Hitler for a second, which makes Schultz do a double-take...his eyes get great big and then he says this hilarious line...<br><br>Well, I won't give away the spoiler.<br><br><br><br>
Loc: Near an iPad
I'm glad to see mainstream TV changing direction a bit. The SciFi channel is going more drama oriented with Battlestar ...and NBC is going more SciFi with Heroes <br><br>I still have to say Battlestar is my favorite ...but heroes has the potential to easily be #2 on my list. Passed up 24 by a mile!<br><br>
I watched a couple of episodes of BSG this season... they were really good... but I can't seem to keep watching it... I just don't watch TV on Fridays... the new Dr. Who is pretty good too... I hope it isn't 24 vs. Heroes on Mondays... I'm sorry Jack... but it'd be curtains for you...<br><br>
i enjoy heroes and tivo it every week. i didn't really want to get into another show, but it hooked me. they give you some good story info each week, but also have cliff hangers to bring you back. doh. can't wait until 1.22.<br><br>--<br>"I am mindful that diversity is one of the strengths of the country" --president bush on 9/27/05
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