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Addictions to cheesy shows

This last couple of weeks I discovered the show, Primeval. I am addicted to it, and am slowly working my way through it, but it is so damn cheesy. On the other hand, it has dinosaurs, nerds, and a female character that is kickarse without being macho or overly earnest (Abbey). So I can't help but like the show for that reason. Even when the characters do stupid things that common sense would have dictated against, I can't help but groan and keep watching.

Any one else have shows they enjoy but can't help but cringe at?



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14th Oct, 2013 13:00 (UTC)
I adore "Lost Girl."
14th Oct, 2013 21:30 (UTC)
Haven't seen it. What's it about?
14th Oct, 2013 21:55 (UTC)
A succubus private detective, her human sidekick, and a Light and Dark Fae Court at an uneasy truce. Every sort of otherworldly creature you can imagine, sex, hot bodies, and great characters. :-)
14th Oct, 2013 22:08 (UTC)
I'll have to check it out!!!
8th Nov, 2013 05:07 (UTC)
And now I am addicted to Lost Girl!
11th Nov, 2013 22:13 (UTC)
You're welcome. :-)
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