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It’s winter break from my University which means I’m home and have nothing to do.  So naturally I watch as much television as can be permitted.  My long list of television is ever expanding and I spend more than a normal amount of time trying to shorten it, but if often gets longer and longer.  This winter break is a time for shortening the list considerably before I get responsibilities again [ugh, School].  So here’s my list of TV to watch, I often update what I’m watching in my Twitter, so be sure to follow it if you wanna chime in some suggestions as I live tweet these sum-bitches.

Here they are below in no particular order

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Benedict Cumberbatch has been all the rage this year.  Before then he had modest career, never really catching my eye [but maybe my eye isn’t as tasteful as others], starring in some major movies as only a minor character.  But back in 2010, he starred in Sherlock, the contemporary take on Sherlock Holmes set in modern London.  The series got a cult following relatively quickly and I like to believe [after recently catching up on Sherlock] it helped him get the role of Khan in Star Trek Into Darkness.  In this post, I confess my man crush to the incredible Benedict Cumberbatch.  To do this, I go over how I nerdgasmed with his portrayal of Khan, got into Sherlock, and how I’ve permantly joined the constantly expanding club known as “The Cumberbitches”.

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[edit] I’m late with the video commentary, but here it is none the less.  This is a clip from Life’s Too Short, a BBC turned HBO show, that I wrote about a couple of weeks back.  It’s a hilarious cameo by Liam Neeson who goes to British  comedic geniuses Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant as he tries to tell them he wants to get into comedy.  Naturally Liam Neeson has no comedic chops,  but his deadpan delivery of taboo topics ironically makes him hilarious in this clip.

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