September 28th, 2007
|04:06 pm - Numb3rs seaons 4 premieres tonight!|
Also, anyone reading this is more than welcome to come join the episode discussion over at real_numb3rs, a canon Numb3rs community which feliciakw and I co-mod. Please--new blood and new thoughts are always welcome, and this episode should certainly leave us with stuff to talk about!
Current Mood: excited
|Date:||September 28th, 2007 11:19 pm (UTC)|| |
Congratulations for com!!!
...I haven't even seen an episode, and I signed up for the community because the username was just that cool.
|Date:||September 29th, 2007 03:54 pm (UTC)|| |
I know! Isn't it great? The name is all feliciakw
's doing, and it's just perfect.
Wow, welcome--are you going to watch any Numb3rs now? There are 3 seasons on DVD! (I expect my 3rd season to show up in the mail today!)
I'm not sure. My mother tells me I'd like it, but I tried to catch the season 4 premier last night on CBS.com before spending money to catch up, and it wouldn't hand it over.
If you can, get the first season on Netflix or something (if you're uncertain about springing for the entire series). Starting with the premiere of Season 4 puts you right in the middle of the big reveal of a season cliffie that was (hypothetcially) 2 years in the making. (I say "hypothetical" because they didn't realize they were going to do this storyline until about the first 3rd of Season 3, but the plot point goes back to the beginning of Season 2).
The pilot ep is not only one of my fave eps of TV, it's one of my fave *pilot* eps. It's really tightly written, and you get to see the characters in all their math geek/streetwise FBI glory. The first season only has 13 eps, and it has some of the best eps of the series, imo.
I'm with Felicia--see if you can rent the first season. I know some video stores do carry it (that's how I got my brother hooked), and Netflix does as well. Wish you were local; I'd load you up with *my* DVD sets. :-)
I figure the ability of a show to be interesting to someone coming in late, even in the middle of a crucial plotline, is probably pretty important. Especially since I don't think I've ever watched a show entirely in order.
I'm considering Netflix, but I really just... don't watch stuff that much. My husband has a ton of videos and DVDs, plenty of them for stuff I liked when I saw it, that I just never get around to using.