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Old 04-26-01, 12:56 PM
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all i can say is yay!!! but then after that we will have to wait til fall for new ones, that means boo.
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So...does Ed bowl the strike and ask Carol to marry him?
Old 04-30-01, 12:23 PM
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I think he misses and asks her anyways. I wish I would have taped all the damn episodes so I could make VCD's to watch anytime I want
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Awesome. I've been going through Ed withdrawal for the past few weeks.
Old 05-01-01, 05:37 AM
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Great show. Watch them before the writer's strike is in effect.
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must...watch...new...Ed...matter...life...death...
Old 05-01-01, 09:25 AM
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I'm so excited about the new episodes! Of course it means I'll have to record Dawson's Creek (yeah, yeah, its the whole Wednesday-night tradition of watching a crappy teen-soap, it started in 1992 and just sort of evolved into this "thing") -- but its worth the sacrafice (?)
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Originally posted by dek
I think he misses and asks her anyways. I wish I would have taped all the damn episodes so I could make VCD's to watch anytime I want
how hard is it to make some vcd's? i have all the episodes and that sounds like a really good idea, if it wasn't too hard.
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I've never been very impressed with VCD's. The picture is too blocky. If you have to record the show, I'd stick with videotape for now.
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kevin : It isn't hard, if you have a video capture card ala Dazzle or something like that. All you do is plug a VCR into the card then encode the footage (minus the commercials). You end up with a 48 minute or so VCD on the highest quality and you can get it on 1 CD.

big whoppa : It all depends on the quality, I've got all the SW Movies on VCD and they are clean as hell and I watch them on a 50" big screen.
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That was an absolutely great episode tonight. I especially loved how they did the 10 dollar bet. Won't spoil it for the west coasters, but don't miss it.
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The $10 bets are my favorite.

Fine Corinthian turkeys. LOL
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Originally posted by guildda
That was an absolutely great episode tonight. I especially loved how they did the 10 dollar bet. Won't spoil it for the west coasters, but don't miss it.
I agree, it was a nice touch!
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That kid is the most awkward thing. Reminds me of myself in school although I don't think I was that bad.

They should have an entire show on the childhood of Phil Stubbs who works at the bowling alley. He must have fallen on his head when he was a baby. Manwich Bar!

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Three cheers for another great "Ed". I can't wait til next week. That kid is great...totally reminds me of so many people that I went to high school with. However, Phil cracks me up the most. FOC-"Free of Charge"
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I have to ask...where did you find these Ed shirts? Can you buy them online? I just have to get a Stuckey Bowl bowling shirt.
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Try bowlingshirt.com...

(All I did was right click on the photos and check out "properties" to see where they were coming from...)

Looks like they got a cool selection of stuff...
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Yeah Bowlingshirt.com is where they are from. They are the official site for Ed Merchandise (They used to have a 1 of a kind Shave My Poodle bowling shirt that Phil was going to name his team) I've bought other stuff from them before and they are legit.

Check out this website :

http://www.virtualstuckeyville.com/
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Hey,

This is Jason, Webmaster for BowlingShirt.com ...

I'm glad you all like the Stuckeybowl bowling shirts! I have just added rental style bowling shoes, bowling pins, and matchbooks to the site.

http://www.bowlingshirt.com/stuckeybowl3.html

Later!

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