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LOST-season 3 second half

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Okay, here's a new thread. . .I'm soooo excited about it coming on in only two more weeks!!!
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subbing!!
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Originally Posted by treemom2 View Post
I'm soooo excited about it coming on in only two more weeks!!!
I thought one week, Feb 7? Also, the changed the time here. It is not playing until 10! I am not sure how I am going to stay awake for it.
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yep - the 7th - my mom's birthday LOL

If I'm not awake for it I'll just watch it from the DVR
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yep - the 7th - my mom's birthday LOL

If I'm not awake for it I'll just watch it from the DVR
My SIL birthday also. We plan on using the DVR too, and we love to watch it without commercials, but I do not want to wait until Thursday night to see it. Plus I was The Office on Thursdays. I am going to have to watch Lost on Thursdays and The Office on Fridays.
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I have found a clever way to avoid commercials & still watch things when they are broadcast, btw - just start watching 5 minutes late....
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I have found a clever way to avoid commercials & still watch things when they are broadcast, btw - just start watching 5 minutes late....
We have found that there is about twenty minutes worth of commercials. When we have started five minutes in we do not even get through the second set of commercials.
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Yeah, it is actually 16.5 to 17 minutes of commercials per episode. I only know this because we record it and then DH removes the commercials and burns it to a DVD for us to keep. An hour of television only translates to 43 minutes of show, which includes the opening sequence showing what happened in previous episodes and the credits.
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yikes! It's just that if I start the office, greys, er too late I miss the end of one and the bginning of the other... it doesn't happen of course if I watch from the list but I'm usually fast forwarding and rewinding live tv
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subbing.

Its been so long, I hope I can remember what all happened!!
post #11 of 1493
Subbing...each week DH asks, "is it time yet?"
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How do you burn to a dvd from your dvr? I don't want to record on (gasp!) tapes but I want to keep some of the shows I record. I can't figure it out and feel like an idiot for asking but PLEASE tell me!
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I don't know how but I think there must be a way

it looks like it has a usb port - maybe it hooks up to your computer??
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Not all DVRs allow you to burn the recordings. Ours does because my husband built it from scratch (you gotta love living with a techie). However, if you purchased one or if you are renting it from the cable company, there is an excellent possibility that there is no way to do it or that if there is a way, they have additional encryption built into box which means all you are going to get is gibberish. This is why DH built ours.
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: subbing! I think I need a refresher...there was so much going on it's going to be hard to pick up where they left off!
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I didn't realize it was happening so soon.

I was planning on not having a TV in my home when my ds gets older. I have to admit though I might have to wait till Lost is no longer on . . : . . . which I hope doesn't happen for a very long time.
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Where do you buy your dvds/cds?

The title says it all
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: I'm here...:
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Originally Posted by muttix2 View Post
The title says it all
deepdiscountdvd, amazon, target, best buy probably most common....
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Originally Posted by greenegirl View Post
Not all DVRs allow you to burn the recordings. Ours does because my husband built it from scratch (you gotta love living with a techie). However, if you purchased one or if you are renting it from the cable company, there is an excellent possibility that there is no way to do it or that if there is a way, they have additional encryption built into box which means all you are going to get is gibberish. This is why DH built ours.
Mine allows me to do it. I make copies of some shows for my SIL who has no TV. I think mine is Samsung... or are you speaking of the DVR that makes it unable to work???
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