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At the theatre - Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

Hailed as ‘the West End’s boldest and most talked about new musical’ (The Guardian) this smart new musical comedy Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, has opened to critical acclaim from the London Critics.

Starring Olivier Award-winning actress Tamsin Greig (Episodes, Green Wing, Jumpy, God of Carnage), Haydn Gwynne (The Audience, Billy Elliot), Jérôme Pradon (Les Miserables, Pacific Overtures) Anna Skellern (BBC’s The Interceptor) and Willemijn Verkaik (Wicked). Powered by a live band onstage, music by David Yazbek and a laugh-out-loud book by Jeffrey Lane (writers of the West End hit musical Dirty Rotten Scoundrels), the colour and chaos of Pepa’s Madrid will light up London this winter.

On the streets of Madrid, a city pulsing with art, industry, and passion, Pepa’s world is unravelling. Her lover leaves her. And then she meets his wife. And his son. And his new girlfriend. Meanwhile, Pepa’s best friend is tangled up in her own romantic crisis with a suspected criminal, leaving Pepa with only the taxi driver to help navigate the Gran Vía ahead.

Directed by Tony Award-winner Bartlett Sher (South Pacific, The King and I), this hilarious and heartfelt musical based on Pedro Almodóvar’s award-winning trailblazing film celebrates women centre stage at the Playhouse Theatre now.

More - Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown ~ The Musical

Radio 4 had this - Woman's Hour - A Celebration of Craft

The UK economy is boosted to the tune of 3.4 billion per annum by craft skills, which also provide millions of hobbyists an outlet for problem solving, creativity and sustainability. Far from being design's handy little sister, craft is practiced by three quarters of women with ever improving skill. We meet a woman who has embarked on craftivism; three women who have turned their passion and skill into a business and hear about the benefits of craft to focus and de-stress.

Just over 40 minutes - BBC Radio 4 - Woman's Hour, A Celebration of Craft

Walker Percy's novel "Lancelot": "To live in the past and future is easy. To live in the present is like threading a needle."

In positive psychology, flow, also known as zone, is the mental state of operation in which a person performing an activity is fully immersed in a feeling of energized focus, full involvement, and enjoyment in the process of the activity - Flow (psychology) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


7pm, Hoarding: Buried Alive, TLC

11pm, Bedlam, Sky Livingit. Paranormal drama series, set in an apartment block converted from a pre-Victorian psychiatric hospital. Renovations awaken the spirits of former inmates who come back to reclaim what they believe to be rightfully theirs, and seek revenge on those who have wronged them.

Starring Will Young, Theo James and Charlotte Salt

0:20am, Psychoville, GOLD. Comedy thriller series, written by and starring The League of Gentlemen's Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton, focusing on the lives of five apparently unconnected characters. A blind recluse, a telekinetic dwarf, a hook-handed clown, a deranged midwife and a man-child obsessed with serial killers each receives a mysterious card bearing an anonymous message.

With Dawn French and Adrian Scarborough

1.15am, NCIS: Los Angeles: Patriot Acts, Sky 1. The FBI's domestic terrorist task force, including operational psychologist Nate Getz, steps in to help the team when a former marine is suspected of creating a chemical bomb.

Crime drama, starring Peter Cambor and Chris O'Donnell

2am, I Dated a Psycho, Crime and Investigation. Documentary series examining once-loving relationships that soured in terrifying fashion.

3:30am, Taxi, CBS Drama. US sitcom series set in a taxi firm. The Latkas Gravas character is from a fictional European country where they don't speak English. His dissociative identity disorder (multiple personality disorder) was conceived late in the series as a result of actor Andy Kaufman expressing boredom at portraying Latka. This allowed him to broaden his comedic abilities with alternate personas.

(New York City taxi-drivers are often notoriously foreign - or that is the stereotype which this character plays into)


11:30am, Dr Sanjay Gupta, the CNN news channel. General health magazine show, often has mental health items

1pm, If You Believe in Christmas, True Drama. A topical showing! (It comes around earlier every year doesn't it?) A Christmas Carol re-worked.

A miserly female newspaper editor has lost her spirit of goodwill (because her husband is just hiding dirty books when the police arrive and isn't in any way trying to hide incriminating Phone Hacking evidence - allegedly).

However, one Christmas she receives a visit from a mysterious little girl who claims to be the child she once was, and helps her to regain her passion for life.

(The pestering younger version of herself can't be seen or heard by anyone else - leading others to think that the adult has schizophrenia etc whenever caught talking to her)

Drama, starring Ally Walker, Tom Amandes and Hayden Panettiere

1pm, Sleeping with the Devil, True Movies 1. Rebecca Dubrovich is a nurse who years ago was brutally ra-ped. Ever since, she has been sceptic about dating men. Then her life is turned upside down again though by the discovery that her seemingly perfect new boyfriend is actually psychotically unbalanced - and as his mania increases, he pays a killer to gun her down!

Actually true and based on this case though - Marathon Wait Is Over: Fugitive Millionaire Caught : Arrest: He faces a $60-million judgment won by Irvine woman left paraplegic in a 1980 shooting. - latimes

6pm, Brain Games, National Geographic Channel. Documentary series with interactive experiments, illusions, and mind tricks revealing the inner workings of the human brain.

6pm, NCIS: Psych Out, FOX. A Navy reservist is found hanging in his home, and when Gibbs and the team examine the situation further, they discover he was working on a highly classified case for the Defence Department. The circumstances surrounding the man's death leads the investigators to suspect someone was using subterfuge to drive him insane, bringing them into contact with case brings them into contact with Samantha Ryan, the director of the ambiguous Psy Ops division.

Guest starring Jamie Lee Curtis

6.45pm, Spider Man, Channel 5. A clumsy teenager undergoes a bizarre transformation after a bite from a genetically engineered spider. His elation at his new powers disappears when tragedy strikes, prompting him to dedicate his spidey-skills to the fight against evil. However, he faces a baptism of fire in the form of crazed villain the Green Goblin.

Breathless comic-book adventure, starring Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst, Willem Dafoe, James Franco and Rosemary Harris.

7.25, Megamind Button of Doom, BBC 4. Megamind and Minion accidentally unleash a gigantic robot on Metro City while selling off the gadgets from their evil lair, and must resort to their old tricks if they hope to restore order.

Animated comedy based on the 2010 movie Megamind, featuring the voices of Will Ferrell and David Cross

10pm, Asylum, Horror Channel . Anthology of short tales (the channel can conveniently slot adbreaks in after each!)

Dr Martin (Robert Powell) arrives at a secluded asylum "for the incurably insane" to be interviewed for a job by the wheelchair-bound, authoritarian Dr Lionel Rutherford (Patrick Magee). Rutherford explains that he owes his current incapacitation to an attack by an inmate.

Rutherford reveals his unorthodox plan to determine Martin's suitability for the post of chief doctor. One of the asylum's current inmates is Dr B. Starr, the former head of the asylum, who underwent a complete mental breakdown.

Martin is to interview the inmates of the asylum to deduce which one is Dr Starr. If his choice is correct, Rutherford will "consider" him for the post.

(You can play along at home and guess too - just notice a potential red-herring which we hear Powell then rule out early on - although by straight probability Dr Starr is likely a man especially given that this is 1972, it COULD be a woman though and nothing says that it isn't)

The psychiatrist separately interviews the four patients in a mental hospital, and hears the terrifying stories of the events which led to them being committed there - involving revenge from beyond their grave, a suit with disturbing qualities, a deadly sibling rivalry, and life-like toys.

Horror anthology, starring Robert Powell, Peter Cushing, Britt Ekland and Charlotte Rampling

11:05pm, Ross Kemp: The Invisible Wounded, Pick. An estimated one in four service veterans suffers post-traumatic stress disorder, which can lead to depression, addiction or violent outbursts. Here, Ross Kemp explores the condition - which years ago was suffered by his East Enders character Grant Mitchell - to find out what can be and is being done to support these ex-service personnel for whom the war may be over, but the conflict continues

11:05pm, Copycat, Film 4. A gifted psychologist who is an authority on serial killers is left traumatised by an attempt on her life and becomes agoraphobic. Unable to leave her apartment, she nevertheless aids the police in the pursuit of a publicity-seeking mass murderer re-enacting famous killings.

Thriller, with Sigourney Weaver, Holly Hunter, Harry Connick Jr, Dermot Mulroney, William McNamara and Will Patton

0.40am, Bhuvan Shome, Channel 4. A domineering railway official lives by a strict set of rules, and treats the staff working under him harshly. While on holiday, he befriends a free-spirited woman who encourages him to take a more relaxed outlook on life - but then discovers she is in love with one of his employees, whom he intends to dismiss.

Comedy drama, starring Utpal Dutt and Suhasini Mulay.

In Hindi, Bengali and Gujarati with subtitles


6am, Boston Legal: Dances With Wolves, Universal Channel. Legal drama series.

In this one, Alan fights for a sex therapist's right to joint custody of her daughter, while grappling with the fact that he is a former client of hers!
Starring William Shatner and James Spader

(Trekkies can't agree on the exact figure but William Shatner as James T Kirk in Star Ttrek was hardly the lothario he is often made out to be. In 79 episodes he bedded less than 10 women!)

9am, Hit and Run, True Movies 1. Thought-provoking drama about a guilt-ridden motorist whose self-respect and sanity are gradually eroded as she struggles to cope with the consequences of her rash decision to flee the scene after causing a terrible accident.

Margaret Colin, Lisa Vidal, Drew Pillsbury and Paul Brewster star

4pm, Law & Order: Criminal Intent: Crazy, FOX. Goren and Eames investigate the case of a heart surgeon murdered during his son's bar mitzvah. Although they initially suspect someone with Mob connections, the detectives later discover another man's obsession puts him in the frame for the killing.

Drama, starring Vincent D'Onofrio and Kathryn Erbe

5pm, Joan of Arc - Episode 1, True Drama

(Episode 2 is the following day)

7pm, Law & Order: Married With Children, Universal Channel. Briscoe and Green investigate the case of a motivational speaker who died after being pushed from a hotel balcony

8.30pm, A Suicide in the Family - Panorama, BBC 1. Journalist Simon Jack's father committed suicide at 44. Now he has reached the same age, Simon investigates the circumstances around his dad's death and asks why more middle-aged men kill themselves than any other group. He speaks to people who have overcome suicidal thoughts, including professional sportsmen who are now trying to help others do the same

9pm, Moone Boy, Sky 1. A boy has an imaginary friend

9pm, Kim Philby - His Most Intimate Betrayal, BBC 4. Spy saga documentary - in 1940 he began living with Aileen Furse in London. She suffered from psychiatric problems, which grew more severe

(Note how the very major hazards that were Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden weren't a possibility predicted in advance by either Jack Straw or Rory Bremner etc in the various machinations over Civil Liberties in the post-9/11 world, despite being totally obvious drawbacks in hindsight to them both. So just leaving Oxbridgers to play out their Debating Society algorithms on the issue clearly isn't a sufficient plan to defeat Al Qaeda etc)

9pm, The Iceman, Film 4. A Mafia henchman becomes one of the criminal underworld's most notorious contract killers, responsible for the deaths of over 100 men. He conceals his activities behind the normal facade of an all-American family man for years, keeping his wife and daughters in the dark about his deadly profession.

Fact-based crime drama, starring Michael Shannon, Winona Ryder and Chris Evans

In real-life this guy was SERIOUSLY frightening - when caught he did at least though allow psychiatrists to examine him to try to explain why he was SO psychopathic - Richard Kuklinski - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

9pm, Skint, Channel 4. People who are

10pm, Stalker, Sky Living. The psychological thriller returns after a mid-series break.

Maggie Q and Erik Stocklin star

10:15pm, Psychobitches, Sky Arts 1. Comedy sketch show starring Rebecca Front as a psychiatrist who conducts therapy sessions with some of history's most famous women.

With Julia Davis, Sharon Horgan and Mark Gatiss

11pm, Wire in the Blood, ITV 3. Thrillers based on the novels by Val McDermid, starring Robson Green as eccentric clinical psychologist Dr Tony Hill, who possesses an eerie insight into the minds of murderers.


3pm, Haven't We Met Before?, True Entertainment. A disturbed man causes concern when he claims that he's responsible for a series of murders, and that he's the vengeance-hungry reincarnation of an executed 19th-century criminal!

But his bizarre story soon begins to make horrifying sense, thrusting a dedicated cop into a race against the clock.

Taut thriller, adapted from a novel by Mary Higgins Clark, starring Nicolette Sheridan, Page Fletcher and Anthony Lemke

6.50pm, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Film 4. Sam and Patrick encourage newcomer Charlie to live a little and come out of his shell during his freshman year.

Emma Watson, Ezra Miller and Logan Lerman star.

9pm, Wild Things, Fim 4. A high-school counsellor is accused of ra-pe by a student whose advances he spurned : and unfortunately for him, one of her peers backs up her story.

Steamy but stilted thriller, starring Neve Campbell, Matt Dillon, Kevin Bacon and Denise Richards, alongside Theresa Russell, Robert Wagner and Bill Murray

9pm, Sex Lies and Obsession, True Drama. Sex-addict drama

10pm, Injustice, ITV Encore. Celebrated London barrister William Travers moves his family and practice to Suffolk after suffering a nervous breakdown, and his life is thrown off balance a second time when he sees a familiar shabby figure at a train station. Meanwhile, Ipswich detective Mark Wenborn is assigned to investigate a murder at a deserted farm and his inquiries lead him into a game of cat-and-mouse with Travers.

Thriller series, written by Anthony Horowitz (Foyle's War), starring James Purefoy, Charlie Creed-Miles and Dervla Kirwan

(The following episode is the following week)

11:10pm, Basic Instinct Film 4 Far-fetched thriller with a psychological-profiling theme. A hard-drinking San Francisco cop investigates the case of a man murdered with an ice-pick, but his normally well-honed intuition starts letting him down as he falls for the sultry and manipulative chief suspect, the victim's former girlfriend.

Thriller from director Paul Verhoeven, starring Sharon Stone, Michael Douglas, George Dzundza and Jeanne Tripplehorn

Lads - if watching this with your other half, point this out to her afterwards, to make out that you actuall didn't notice anything else going on in the famous interrogation scene;

Continuity mistake: Sharon Stone has her legs crossed the right over the left. but then suddenly we see that its left over the right instead, and a second later right over left again - all without moving her legs at all - well in bits of it anyway.

(Was every producer of breakfast TV where the women always sit behind low tables and wear short skirts inspired by this film? I feel like I'm Joanna Gosling's gynaecologist sometimes. And can you believe that some people actually put the relevant clips on You Tube? And do you also believe that I only found that out by accident?)

All those murder cases like with Joanna Yeates, the Suffolk Stranger, and Rachel Nickell etc where the police arrest the wrong person first before arresting the right one - so why don't the police just deliberately arrest someone whom they KNOW to be the wrong person first, that way the next arrested person will always be the right one - since it seems to work like that anyway.

I nominate that they always instantly arrest Lord Archer first in the case of any murder anywhere


5:30pm, Leading Women, CNN. Profiling current influential women who have made it to the top in their fields. Leading Women connects you to extraordinary women of our time. Each month, we meet two women at the top of their field, exploring their careers, lives and ideas.

Watch online - http://edition.cnn.com/SPECIALS/leading-women/

6pm, Star Trek: Voyager: Infinite Regress, Syfy. Seven of Nine begins to lose her mind after being attacked by a Borg device which forces her to adopt the personalities of other multiple drones. The Doctor attempts to utilise Tuvok's telepathic skills as he fights to save her life.

Sci-fi adventure series, starring Kate Mulgrew and Jeri Ryan

The background so you understand;

The Emergency Medical Hologram or EMH (aka The Doctor) - is actually a mere hologram, but can take solid or pervious form at will. The original Human doctor was killed in episode 1 and so the crew were forced to always rely on the EMH.

In the Star Trek canon, the Battle Of Wolf 359 in the year 2367 AD was a decisive Borg victory over a Federation starship fleet assembled at that location in space (Humans have formed a Federation in space with other planets). The Borg attempted to then force its way further on towards the Earth, but was repelled by Federation re-enforcements - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Wolf_359

(Note the use of the words "force its way" rather than "force their way" since The Borg act as a collective and the Star Trek episodes reflect that canon in grammar use when concerning The Borg - it consists of many who are considered to act as one joint force with a shared consciousness - like a plague of locusts).

The personalities of those Federation captives (who have become drones) are the voices which Seven starts hearing (Borg drones are telepathic with all other drones such that even the knowledge within a destroyed drone still then `lives' on amongst the others - in fact the powerful concept of The Borg was such that concocted ways had to canonised in which such a formidable enemy could be stopped or defeated - especially as subsequent attack waves instantly becomes immune to whatever killed previous waves of The Borg who attacked just seconds earlier. Shoot one and pretty much by the time you pull the trigger again it won't work against any of them!

Seven wasn't assimilated after that Wolf 359 battle, but at some other point (as a child her maverick Hippie type parents were studying The Borg and took her along despite knowing the dangers but thinking they had a solution to keep them all safe - like most Hippie plans though they were misguided and mistaken and all 3 were assimilated (Seven now reclaimed by Humans). So clearly Social Services isn't up to much by the 24th century - maybe the austerity cuts are still being made.

8pm, Lewis: The Mind Has Mountains, ITV 3. When a student is found dead during a college-based clinical trial for a new anti-depressant, Lewis and Hathaway struggle to determine whether the incident was murder or suicide, and receive little assistance from the institution's evasive psychiatric professor. A second student's death then leads to the revelation that the trial's participants are all operating under the influence of mind-altering drug ketamine, and that the lines between love, obsession and madness have become dangerously blurred.

Guest starring Douglas Henshall (Primeval), Lucy Liemann (Reggie Perrin) and Thomas Sangster (Love Actually)

9pm, Bates Motel, Universal Channel. Widow Norma Bates and her shy teenage son Norman seek a fresh start in a coastal town filled with secrets.

Horror series set as a prequel to Alfred Hitchcock's movie Psycho, starring Freddie Highmore and Vera Farmiga.

10pm, Mind Games, Sky 2. Drama series about two brothers who run a problem-solving firm that employs solutions based on psychological manipulation.

10:40pm, Outnumbered, GOLD. UK sitcom series

In this one, Ben becomes fascinated by the world of psychology


8:30am, Dr Sanjay Gupta, the CNN news channel. General health magazine show, often has mental health items

9pm, Girl Interrupted, Sony Movie Channel. A would-be writer in the 1960s is committed to an exclusive psychiatric ward by her parents after attempting suicide, but the move seems to cause more problems than it solves.

This emotional drama follows the same lines as One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, but lacks both the subtlety and power of that classic offering. Still, Winona Ryder gives a good gamine performance in the lead, and co-star Angelina Jolie won an Oscar. With Clea Duvall, Brittany Murphy, Whoopi Goldberg and Vanessa Redgrave

9pm, Murder of Innocence, True Drama. Emotional drama, starring Valerie Bertinelli as a woman whose descent into insanity is witnessed by her confused and alienated husband (Stephen Caffrey) as he battles the authorities to prove she is a danger to society.

With Megan Cavanagh

Based on this case - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laurie_Dann

10:15pm, Psychobitches, Sky Arts 1. Comedy sketch show starring Rebecca Front as a psychiatrist who conducts therapy sessions with some of history's most famous women.

With Julia Davis, Sharon Horgan and Mark Gatiss

1:45am, Transamerica, Film 4. A male-to-female transsexual awaiting her final operation is amazed to discover that she has a teenage son residing on the other side of the country, who needs her to bail him out of jail. Persuaded by her psychiatrist to face her past, she ends up travelling across America with him - but decides not to reveal she is his father.

Comedy drama, starring Felicity Huffman, Kevin Zegers and Fionnula Flanagan


9pm, Twelve Monkeys, Syfy. The recent series. A time traveller from 2035 AD journeys back to the 1990's to discover the cause of a deadly disease that ravaged the world, only to be thrown into an asylum. He meets a fellow patient who may hold the key to his mission, but the more time he spends in the past, the more he comes to question whether he really is from the future or simply delusional.

9pm, Psycho Kitty (er - right), DMAX. Cat behaviourist Pam Johnson-Bennett and co-host Chris Duchaine instruct viewers in cat training.

12:40am, Synecdoche New York, BBC Two. A neurotic playwright suffering a series of worrying physical ailments takes on a grand project - building a replica of New York in a warehouse for a play based on his own life! After his wife goes travelling, he drifts into an affair, but then finds a second lover in the actress playing his mistress in the production.

Comedy drama, starring Philip Seymour Hoffman, Catherine Keener and Samantha Morton

3am, Out of the Ashes, True Movies 1. A Holocaust survivor heads for America where she dreams of starting a new life after WW2 as a doctor, but finds it difficult to put the past behind her - especially when she's forced to relive the nightmare of Auschwitz at medical interviews.

Haunting drama, starring Christine Lahti, Richard Crenna and Beau Bridges

The next week;


9pm, Embarrassing Bodies: Teen Special: Trouble with Teens, Really. Dr Christian Jessen meets an 18-year-old who has scars from self-harming


1pm, Monk: Mr Monk and the Candidate - Part One, FOX. Private investigator Adrian Monk, whose obsessive-compulsive disorder and Asperger's enables him to focus on minor details and solve even the most baffling of crime cases, agrees to help the police catch would-be assassin of mayoral candidate Warren St. Claire.

Feature-length pilot episode of the detective drama, starring Tony Shalhoub, Bitty Schram and Ted Levine

(Part 2 follows)

As ever then, one of my abstract crime cases, to see if you understand or not;

Uxbridge Watch

Look on a London map - see how far it is from Uxbridge to Bethnal Green - several miles across a crowded urban capital ("at this time of night?") And Uxbridge doesn't have many Moslems compared to some other London areas like Bethnal Green - right?

Now, imagine the Metropolitan Police largely being concentrated in Bethnal Green for some reason when something then kicks off big time in Uxbridge - how LONG it would then take for the police to arrive there, and how initially disorganised would they be on arrival in Uxbridge due to being totally surprised by the community trouble there in the first place?

1. So, ISIS are presently trying to recruit British Moslems, and have seemingly found a small "seam" of them in Bethnal Green, so obviously the police are presently all running off to there in response.

2. On the next quiet News Day just after David Cameron badly comes a cropper over something, (factional Tory rival) Boris Johnson will suddenly concoct a major row with Moslems (somehow he'll be able to convince BBC News, ITN, and Sky News to carry the sudden concocted row HIGH in their News Agenda running orders) - singling out the Moslems in Uxbridge when he rants.

Trouble will then erupt inevitably there

(The high place in the TV news running order, the now almost constantly poor relationship between many UK Moslems and others in the population after 9/11, 7/7, Trojan Horse, Jihadi John etc - Johnson making sure that he goes on EVERY media channel to rant and rant throughout the day, him singling out Uxbridge and BBC News, ITN, and Sky News then all running off to there etc - it all means absolute havoc inevitably coming in Uxbridge).

So, TWO useful pieces of info there for the police, but the police themselves are only aware of ONE of them (Number 1 above but NOT Number 2).

So watch what happens in that situation.

("Winchester 73" Jack Straw actually fought the police at places like Grunwick, Greenham Common, and Orgreave etc - whilst some of us routinely sat in crowded vans frantically trying to get from crowded urban A to far off crowded urban B with no notice period whatsoever having been forced to abandon what we were just doing whilst also wondering if the flashing blue lights and screaming sirens actually worked at all - something which Straw has never done. He only brings to politics what tricks Essex fish-market workers due to their swing-voting nature)

Monk in the TV show sees abstract things which other people can't of course

So, HOW do YOU see YOUR relationship with Moslems in this country - the way it truly is? Or the way in which Jack Straw knew he could routinely trick you into seeing it with his Veils row which erupted community trouble mainly in his own Seat of Blackburn when places like London and Birmingham have FAR more Moslems

9pm, Gridiron Gang, Sony Entertainment TV. Dwayne Johnson stars as a youth probation officer at a maximum-security detention centre. The idealistic mentor is determined to teach the adolescents in his care that they have a chance to turn their lives around, and in an attempt to boost morale and self-esteem, he helps the inmates to form an American Football team.

Fact-based sports drama, with L Scott Caldwell, Leon Rippy and rapper-turned-actor Xzibit.

Based on this - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camp_Kilpatrick


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Jun 12, 2010
I've been watching Bates Motel on Netflix, but nearly ran out of episodes :(

It's very good.