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New Years Marathons

CmdrTaco posted more than 12 years ago | from the what-do-you-think dept.

Television 539

So for those of us who don't go "Out" for holidays and prefer sitting on our asses, the extended TV theme Marathon is something of a tradition. Besides obvious choices like watching all the Star Wars movies, what sorts of marathon tv endurance tests are people planning? Buffy, Angel, Twin Peaks, Iron Chef? What are you gonna do?

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Jerk Off to my Linus pictures (-1)

The Future Sound of (60863) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767434)

What else

The Prisoner (3, Informative)

gbr (31010) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767435)

I'll be watching every episode of the classic 'The Prisoner'

Re:The Prisoner (1)

mccalli (323026) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767560)

I'll be watching every episode of the classic 'The Prisoner'

My god! I viewed the article when there were no posts, refrained from first post mayhem and what happens? My exact choice makes it to the first post.

It's right, you see. The Village are watching...

Be Seeing You,

Sci Fi (4, Interesting)

option8 (16509) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767436)

godzilla ll day yesterday, and twilight zone all day today.

nothing else on, as far as i'm concerned.

Re:Sci Fi (1)

Progoth (98669) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767575)

Every 4th of july the Sci-Fi channel runs the delectable twilight zone marathon. Unfortunately my cable company is dropping the channel:(

Baywatch! (2, Funny)

silvaran (214334) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767439)

Baywatch is all day on TNN January 1st.

Praise the Lord! (3, Funny)

Uttles (324447) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767595)


This is the work of pure genius.

TV Marathons (5, Funny)

musashi311 (160860) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767440)

I just hope to GOD that there isn't a Trading Spaces marathon, or I may have to get a divorce.

Re:TV Marathons (1)

Clay Mitchell (43630) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767446)


i know how you feel man

I think I'm going to try to watch the Alias marathon. Alias = Dark Angel without the sleaze.

Re:TV Marathons (1)

ddillman (267710) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767452)

So, have you filed yet? My wife spent many hours watching Trading Spaces Marathon, too.

Re:TV Marathons (2)

f00zbll (526151) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767454)

GOD just might spite you for that remark. That or the host of the show.

Re:TV Marathons (1)

biznatch (23952) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767474)

Not as bad as watching the girl from trading spaces getting married on a wedding story. But I made my girlfriend sit through the junkyard wars marathon around thanksgiving, so I can put up with it.

Re:TV Marathons (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2767475)

yea, i sympathize. it would just be a breakup for me, not a divorce, but i dont bother becuase my girlfriend wouldnt even notice if TS was on.

Music Marathon (4, Informative)

jlower (174474) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767443)

971 songs loaded in the iPod, iPod plugged into the stereo, iPod set to 'random' play.

Hot tub is hot, crank up the volume, break out the booze, unwrap the fireworks. 15 or so good friends show up & suddenly it's a party!

Re:Music Marathon (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2767458)

The iPod thing is cool, but what are you going to do to your firends in the hot tub with fireworks?

Re:Music Marathon (1)

SquierStrat (42516) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767569)

I can't see the firework's use, but the hot tub depends on the sex of the friends. :-)

Re:Music Marathon (1)

jglow (525234) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767467)

dorkness boosted 10+

Gaming (5, Funny)

jayhawk88 (160512) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767447)

Let's just say some vodka, orange juice, Team Fortress Classic, and rcon rights on some of my favorite servers may make for some interesting gameplay come 11:30 or so...

Oh, and just to save the trolls some time:

- Yes, I am aware that makes me the biggest loser of all time.
- No, I don't really care, either.

hey now (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2767558)

hey now c'mon theres plenty of stuff to do in lawrence, i'll be at the replay or the tap room. plus lots of females to be had at the after parties later.

Re:Gaming (1)

zhrike (448699) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767568)

On playing Team Fortress Classic on New Year's:

- Yes, I am aware that makes me the biggest loser of all time.
- No, I don't really care, either.

Oh yeah? I guess you're one step down the loser ladder (or is it up?), since I will be partying with a bunch of people, and only WISHING that I could be home fragging some nuked out lads and lasses et al. How pathetic is that? (or at least I wish I could be traveling through Amn or Sigil or some shit)

Re:Gaming (1)

rj-eleven (312679) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767577)

If the million parties that are planned don't pan out...i can always come home and bust out on some RTCW all night.

What are you gonna do? (1)

mnordstr (472213) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767448)

Party, Party, Party!!!

Offtopic (3, Insightful)

gmplague (412185) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767450)

You know what marathon I want to see? A Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Marathon. Now that's what I'm talking about.

Sopranos or Cowboy Bebop (1)

mx90 (203711) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767455)

Just got the Sopranos, seasons 1 & 2 on DVD for Christmas.... :) Got Cowboy Bebop (all 26 episodes) too. Decisions, decisions..

Re:Sopranos or Cowboy Bebop (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2767592)

Ed wants Bebop!

*urf urf!*

Replay4K ST:TNG Marathon (1)

biznatch (23952) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767457)

Thanks to my new Replay4K, I'll be watching a Marathon of all the Next Generation episodes I've been recording off of TNN.

Commercial Advance Rules!

Iron Chef? (2)

FortKnox (169099) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767459)

There's an Iron Chef Marathon?!?!

W00T!... gotta program my TiVo!

Iron chef, vodka, friends, and a scolding hot wok means great times at my place :-)

Someone's gonna be melted before 2002!

Trek, Baybee. (1, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2767460)

If there's any justice, I'll be sitting on my fat ass watching Capt. Kirk shirt-rip his way to glory.

This could make a good /. poll.

I wish... (1)

xZAQx (472674) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767461)

That all the marathons that are on TV didn't suck. There's only a few things on TV worth watching: the Simpsons, South Park, and Saturday Night Live.
AFAIK, there are no Jan 1st Marathons for these shows.
Seriously, who's going to watch 24 hours of Eastwood for God's sake?

Re:I wish... (1)

SquierStrat (42516) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767493)

Living in Georgia I can answer that: rednecks! :-)

I'm all for watching tomorrow's buffy the vampire slayer marathon except that I have to work! :-( Poor Ms. Gellar will have to perform some other audience. :-(

Re:I wish... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2767591)

Too bad SNL hasn't been funny in 10 years..

Space: 1999 (1)

Monte (48723) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767462)

Assuming sets 3 & 4 of the DVDs show up in time (and according to UPS it sounds good).

Horrible acting, awful plots, kick-ass space ship models and explosions. What more do you need?

Big D&D Campaign (1)

dolo666 (195584) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767463)

A couple buddies and I expect to bring my DemiGod Assassin character out of retirement for a major throwdown against the cast and crew of Lord of the Rings. Should be a blast. The whole premise of the campaign is that Nekrull, my character, is going to visit Middle Earth from his home in the Forgotten Realms, and steal the ring or win it somehow. Could be interesting... especially with all the beer that is to be consumed in the process. If he succeeds, the ring will leave Middle Earth. If he fails, he will die permanently, never to be played again (until the next stoopid D&D idea comes along).

Re:Big D&D Campaign (1)

Monte (48723) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767497)

Sounds like a cakewalk - Gandalf is supposed to be some mighty-mojo wizard, and he can do what? Set pine-cones on fire. Wheee. And I can't imagine Aragorn has more than 50 HP.

You oughta beat'em like a rented mule. Hell, you should be forced to do it drunk just to make it a challenge!

Set some hobbits on fire for me...

Go See Jupiter!! (5, Insightful)

jeffy124 (453342) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767464)

Jupiter will be very visible tonight with the naked eye. After dark, look just east of the moon for an unusually bright star. Doesnt matter what part of the world you're in, best viewing would be midnight +/- 1 hour in your local time zone. jupiter.ap/index.html []

Tried submitting this to /. last night, got rejected (naturally).

Re:Go See Jupiter!! (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2767486)

Isn't it somewhere near YUranus [] ?

Oooo. I don't wanna look there.

I know, cheap shot.. But you asked for it...

Re:Go See Jupiter!! (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2767531)

When is Jupiter not very visible with the naked eye? :-)

Re:Go See Jupiter!! (2, Informative)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2767582)

And to stay within the "marathon" spirit:

"In late April and early May 2002, during Mercury's best appearance of the year, all five naked-eye planets are visible simultaneously in the westernevening sky."

Taken from some random astro calendar [] . Some Googling should uncover other sources of information.

SCTV (1)

ecarlson (325598) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767465)

I wish. Hopefully they'll release the box set in 2002. See

- Eric,

Pick Nose and Watch Grass Grow (0, Informative)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2767466)

I'm going to sit on the front lawn with a flashlight picking my nose and watching the grass grow.

Pee Wee's Playhouse (1)

snatchitup (466222) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767471)

I'll be looking forward to a full day off Miss Yvonne flashing her petis to Captain Carl.

And, I'll be looking for some wisdom from Gombie... Meka Leka Hi, Meka Hiny ho....
Meka Leka Chi, Meka Chiny ho...

And, there's the word of the day. In my house, we'll be yelling really loud.

Here's a trivia question. What word of the day on the show was the only time you were supposed to scream really, really loud (not just real loud).

Re:Pee Wee's Playhouse (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2767538)


Python of course (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2767472)

Monty Python several friends and (subject to local legality) a keg-o-beer.

sweet dc (1)

rednuhter (516649) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767476)

1st headhunter then shenmue 2 and finally on to the other games I got for xmas, power stone and unreal torny. plus RTCW and sheep(!?) on the PC.

For candy and junk food junkies (2)

f00zbll (526151) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767480)

FoodTV has a Unwrap marathon. Candies, drinks, ice cream and other sweet stuff. Not quite as cool as gozilla marathon, but it's an option when you get bored with gozilla.

Marathons? Not with TiVo... (2)

tlhIngan (30335) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767482)

Since I got TiVo (What? You *don't* have a PVR yet? TiVo, ReplayTV, home built...), marathons just fill up the hard disk a little faster, but I guess I miss out on the 18-hours-on-the-couch feeling :).

And the first marathon I've watched was the Thanksgiving Junkyard Wars special (with the aid of TiVo - took me all weekend to get through all the episodes).

all i have to say is WRC (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2767484)

if you have a satellite or digital cable, ya gotta watch the world rally championship racing series on speedvision, i am pretty sure its the whole season from start to finish.

i can't wait!!!

Marathon Fun! (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2767487)

I know that Sci-Fi has the Twilight Zone marathon going again this year. I'll probably get out of the office in time to catch the one about dolls in a trash can- I've seen it like 4 times already. =P

Food Network is doing a marathon tomorrow of the show 'Unwrapped'- it's an excellent look into the history and making of all sorts of foods and candies and what not. Plus it's hosted by Mark 'Double Dare' Sommers.

History Channel is running 'In Search Of...' through 8pm tonight. And if it's your thing, A&E is running Magnum PI through 8pm, followed by a Law & Order marathon.

I'm sure there's more than that; I just looked quickly at today's tv listings.

True geek marathon (1)

bryan1945 (301828) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767491)

Would be to read all available Slashdot article from the beginning at -1!

Personaly I'm hunkering down with a fifth of Southern Comfort and my 10 new DVDs in between all the bowl games. With all the finest meats and cheeses from Hickory Farms!

I guess I should call work and tell them I'll be back next week when I recover ;)

Re:True geek marathon (1)

SquierStrat (42516) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767548)

Personally the only bowl game I cared about was on thursday night: The Seattle Bowl... Stanford managed to lose in a good one to my school (Georgia Tech) 24-14. :-)

I'm thinking baldur's gate is calling my name rather loudly...

Unemployment (5, Funny)

mlknowle (175506) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767494)

...means that every day is sci-fi marathon day!

Party with friends! (2)

bludstone (103539) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767495)

party tonight with friends. much anime will be watched, and many people will have their skulls bashed in during a drunken four way smash brothers melee brawl!

im going to propose we marathon an anime series, but as to which one it will be, who knows?

with any luck, itll be pingpong club.. that shit is insane :)

when it comes to tv marathons. ill prolly hit up the iron chef one.. but the comic shop has a 30% off sale on the 1st, and theyve got simpsons figurines that ive been eyeballing :)

Alias (2, Interesting)

Binestar (28861) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767496)

I'm planning on watching the Alias Marathon, that is if I can remember which channel it is on. They are doing all the episodes and I'm definately going to TiVo them.

Re:Alias (1)

Heywood Yabuzof (255017) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767556) says it's on that ABCFamily channel - Used to be FoxFamily I think? It does seem kind of an odd choice :-)


rlowe69 (74867) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767498)

I may not be going "out", but I'm still going to drink for 6 or 7 hours and get completely trashed with my friends. Now this may seem immature and silly, but it's sometimes good to get that out of your system once in a while and what better night than New Years Eve!

Seriously though, some of us are just coming of horrendous exam schedules and need a good winding down before the next semester starts.

... and yes, I DO need alcohol for this. That's what it's in existence for. Well, winding down and getting nerds laid. LOL. Ok, some nerds. On occasion. Ok, rare occasion. Who? Oh, you know, my friend Joey ... Joe Joe .... yeah, Joey Joe Joe. He lives in Niagra Falls. ;)



Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2767571)

I love how there always is some sort of justification for binge drinking. "Winding down" is one of the lamest excuses. If you really wanted to wind down, it would be spent quietly. If you want to get drunk, just say so, don't blame it on those horrible exams (oh, the horrors!). Just wait till you face some really stressful situations in life (when you get on with life, those stressful college exams look as tough and important as those stressful three page double-spaced term papers in high school).

Yo, chicks doesnt care if ur a geek. (0, Flamebait)

dmouritsendk (321667) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767579)

You just need to get in shape(and stay in shape), and dont talk to the girls about Linux and other /. related stuff.

And be confident, girls can sence a guy trying/wanting to hit on her(but dont really have the guts for it)a mile away.

Thanks for the idea (1, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2767499)

A porn marathon! I never thought I could justify it. Yeah, mod me down, but you're glad you saw the idea posted.

Just to be different... (5, Interesting)

Tsar (536185) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767500)

...I'm planning a marathon viewing of the classic "Dark Screen."

Leave the TV off for a day! How's that for a resolution? (And no, don't replace it with 24 hours of Slashdot.)

Start a journal! Read a book! Volunteer! Pray for peace! Do something that you can feel good about. Trust me, a full day of Gilligan's Island won't do it.

Re:Just to be different... (1)

Capt. DrunkenBum (123453) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767567)

Theres a Gilligan's Island marathon?!??! Anyone know what channel? :)

I blew it this year.... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2767502)

...but next year, it is to hell with TV and party in the Nu Year at Quark's bar on the Promenade at the Los Vegas Hilton!

Nyuk Nyuk Nyuk! Rejoice, Beantown Knuckleheads! (1)

LittleGuy (267282) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767503)

WSBK-TV [] , UPN-38 in Boston is hosting its yearly Three-Stooges Marathon from 10 PM to 2 AM EST. WSBK can also be picked up through a few satellite TV.

It used to be a staple for my wife and her friend to eat Chinese food and watch the Stooges before we got married.

M*A*S*H (0, Offtopic)

Nick (109) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767507)

Because "Suicide is Painless..."

Anime Fansubs... (3, Interesting)

Bonker (243350) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767509)


I've got a little over 400 hours of stuff I've downloaded off of usenet in Mpeg, ASF, or DivX format. Plug it into the good ol' TV out card, and let play.

Assuming that I can tear my wife's ass away from what ever huggy-feely design crap they're showing on HGTV, I'll be watching the entirety of Noir, Sadamitsu the Destroyer, and Inu Yasha. (There are currently about 50 episodes od IY that have been subbed... so at 24 minutes a piece I may not finish, even if I skip sleeping)

Star Trek TNG on TNN! (1)

BlkPanther (515751) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767511)

Woo hoo! Star Trek the Next Generation all the way. Not only is it the best Trek of all time, I'd argue that its one of the best sci fi series of all time, and also the most famous! Ya gotta love em!

B5 Season 4 at least.. (0, Offtopic)

wubboy (96276) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767513)


Tivo + Simpsons = goodness (1)

oldmildog (533046) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767515)

Wake up at the crack of 2pm, down some aspirin and a Big Gulp, and have a Tivo-enabled Simpsons marathon (sans commercials). Probably start out with Homer the Heretic, and go from there. Might have a mini Strangers with Candy marathon, as well.

BTW, it wouldn't be a holiday if I didn't wake up with a headache.

The Stooges! (1)

sho-gun (2440) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767516)

Every year, TV38 in Boston has had a long standing tradition of running 3 stooges marathons on NYE.

Too bad my cable company dropped the channel a few weeks back :(

I know what I won't be watching... (1)

Camaro (13996) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767518)

In this house I have a choice of watching Speedvision's FIA World Rally marathon, or keeping the peace and letting my pregnant GF watch TLC's Labor & Delivery/Maternity Ward marathon.

Oh well, at least today there appears to be a Magnum, PI marathon on A&E which is something we can both agree on. Now there's one of the coolest shows ever.

You sad, sad, people (1, Interesting)

Big Dogs Cock (539391) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767520)

In an unusual outbreak of reasonableness, the UK government is allowing all pubs to stay open from 11am on 31st until 11pm on the 1st. That's 36 hours of pub opening. You might need a couple of gramms of speed to get through it, but it is a challenge.

Cowboy Bebop (1)

Jogar the Barbarian (5830) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767524)

I ordered the complete set (6 DVDs) of bounty hunter anime "Cowboy Bebop". Should be here any moment. :)

Thank *Diety of choice* that I have a life (2)

billmaly (212308) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767526)

Same thing I do on with and care for kids, keep the house somewhat de-filthed. That my friends is a marathon with no end! I have a life, lame tho it may be, and don't have time or patience for an extended TV marathon. Those who do, enjoy.

Screw TV, I've got fireworks (4, Interesting)

NonSequor (230139) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767527)

Tonight I'm going to be setting off nearly a hundred dollars worth of overpriced fireworks. They may be overpriced, but I consider having fireworks on New Year's Eve and the 4th of July to be just as essential a need as food and shelter. A New Year's Eve without the smell of gun powder in the air is something that I shudder to even contemplate.

My marathon of choice... (1)

Rebel Patriot (540101) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767529)


Pants (1)

Dutchy Wutchy (547108) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767533)

I am going to go sit around at my cabin, and read Lord of the Rings: Two Towers, because my tight parents wont let me go and party in a hotel room with my friends.

College Football, what else is there? (2, Informative)

hubie (108345) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767534)

This is truely the best time of the year. Five games [] (Humanitarian, Sun, Silicon Valley Classic, Liberty, and Peach) on today, and eight more in the coming few days.

Happy New Years (1) (542450) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767537)

Happy 2002 from Tokyo. I must say, for each passing year the New Year's countdown gets more boring, and this year didn't fail to disappoint (er, it was as boring as you could stand). Can't believe it's already over an hour into the new year.

I'm spending the evening watching Discovery Channel. (^_^)

Unless you have a serious responsibility... (-1, Offtopic)

ganiman (162726) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767540)

GO OUT AND GET WASTED. It's New Year's Eve. You can watch Cowboy Neal any other day of the year!

New YR (1)

imsirovic5 (542929) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767541)

I Will NEVER get to see any of those marathons ;o(( I am in New Orleans so I am forced to be out and look at boobs on Bourbon St.. BUT if I lived in say Minessota I would probably forget about TV and play Age of Empires online with other fellow nerds... Hmm thinking about it I need to move out so I can feel good about playing games on New Yr eve...

depressing (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2767543)

i thought maybe id hang myself, the dawning of yet another year of lonliness and depression is hardly anything to celebrate.

Pr0n Marathon! (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2767545)

I will be watching the entire Down The Hatch series and the I Swallow series as well as Gag Factor 1 & 2 !!!

We're going to have ... (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2767550)

... a magic mushroom party.

The 9/11 news frenzy *is* a marathon (2, Flamebait)

Ukab the Great (87152) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767554)

  • Three months ago, we had a large, multi-channel "let's see planes crashing into buildings" marathon and people jumping to their deaths" marathon.
  • For the last two months, we've had a large multi-channel "All things violent in Afghanistan" marathon."
Frankly, I'm all marathoned out.

Marx Brothers marathon on Turner Classic Movies (1)

Snard (61584) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767555)

For those who get TCM on their cable/satellite lineup, all 13 Marx Brothers movies are being aired today, starting at 9:30am Eastern time. Which means they are partway into "A Night In Casablanca" as we speak... but anyway, go here [] for today's schedule.

Kurosawa films (2, Informative)

LT4Ryan (178006) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767557)

I'll be watching my collection of classic Akira Kurosawa films: Seven Samurai, Yojimbo, Sanjuro, High and Low...and yes, The Magnificent Seven. While technically not a Kurosawa film, it is based on the Seven Samurai story, and come on, who can resist Charles Bronson and Yul Brenner kicking Mexican ass?

Re:Kurosawa films (1)

Te1waz (453498) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767584)

What about RAN?

XBox Marathon... (2, Funny)

tsmit (222375) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767566)

I believe i'll be going to the SuperBowl with the Patriots in NFL Fever 2002. Apparently the XBox can do something Robert Craft hasn't been able to do in over a decade.

College Football? (1)

Heywood Yabuzof (255017) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767572)

Nobody's watching college football? Sheesh! OK, so it's kind of a mini-marathon, but still...

If a Simpsons or Futurama marathon existed, I would watch it...wait a sec, I do have about 2.5 seasons of Futurama on tape :-)

Program (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2767574)

Decide which Java framework (BEA, Expresso, Enhydra, Apache) to use for our future development.

Fun, wot?

Every day it's the same old thing... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2767578)


Call it a marathon if you will, the Christmas Island marathon.

what we do in .de (4, Funny)

psych031337 (449156) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767589)

Weed and shrooms, Futurama 1st and 2nd season in a row, some firecrackers at midnight and extreme hardcore powerchilling (tm) .

Happy new year! (Who makes the FP in 2002?)

AAh, this is soooo SAD :o( (2, Insightful)

dmouritsendk (321667) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767590)

Please PLEASE PLEASE, dont sit on you asses and watch TV on newyears. That just too sad, way way way to sad. Please people, go out. Get drunk have fun , get laid even..

three words (0)

seinman (463076) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767596)

behind the music

it's on all day today on VH1, and all day yesterday... and the day before...

Counter-Strike (1)

forgeeks (470786) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767598)

I'm going to sit around all day and play counter-strike.

Honeydew Marathon :-( (2)

plover (150551) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767599)

I've got a four foot hole in the downstairs wall where a fireplace is going to sit. And some very very cold air is currently being kept at bay by some masonite siding and buffalo board. So, I'll be having a construction marathon once I get home this afternoon. I hope I stay awake till midnight.



I don't own a television (1)

diamond0 (456988) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767600)

I don't own a television. People who watch television are continuously being told what to buy and like, who to love and hate, and how to think. I firmly believe I'm a happier person without a TV.

I might do a Douglas Adams marathon tonight. Have you read a good book lately?

New Year's Tradition (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 12 years ago | (#2767601)

Kill your TV.

X-Files! (1)

BMonger (68213) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767606)

There are 4 seasons out on DVD already so you can have an X-Files marathon no problem. It'll only last about 173 days though so you should find something else to watch the 2nd half of the year. Hopefully season 5 will be out by then anyhow... :)

Give up your computer for new year's! That's what I'm doing! (But I can still use the one at work for the slashdrug)

I'll be using one of my Christmas presents... (2, Funny)

eaddict (148006) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767610)

I was given the complete Monty Python series collection on DVD. What food would y'all recommend for the session? Coconuts?

Twilight Zone! (2)

invenustus (56481) | more than 12 years ago | (#2767611)

I, unfortunately, will be travelling most of today and tomorrow, so I won't get to see the Twilight Zone marathon on Sci Fi. So all of you need to watch it in honor of me.

What's cool is that instead of doing it strictly in order by episode, they're putting the "classics" on in prime time. Here are the lineups for both nights:

The prime-time lineup: Monday, 8 p.m., "Will the Real Martians Please Stand Up?"; 8:33, "To Serve Man"; 9:05, "The Dummy"; 9:36, "Eye of the Beholder"; 10:09, "The Howling Man."

Tuesday, 8 p.m., "A Penny for Your Thoughts"; 8:33, "The Masks"; 9:06, "The Hitch-Hiker"; 9:37, "It's a Good Life"; 10:09, "The Midnight Sun."

Trivia: Two of the above-mentioned episodes were turned into Simpsons Treehouse of Horror segments - which ones? (Could be more than two, actually, but I know of two for sure.)
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