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Old 03-18-2012, 01:01 PM
 
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I wanted to watch this episode, but the Food Network doesn't have full episodes.
Sure they do, it is called channel 42. The schedule for repeats are clearly posted on their website.
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Old 03-18-2012, 02:03 PM
 
Location: Portland, OR / Las Vegas, NV
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LOL.

Yeah, the owner of Firefly entered into an agreement with the producers of this show to intentionally have his restaurant and its staff trashed on national tv.

What a wonderful PR move.

Genius, pure genius.
My thoughts exactly. Too bad I can't rep ya.

I bet he didn't think he would see what he did either.
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Old 03-18-2012, 03:17 PM
 
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I wanted to watch this episode, but the Food Network doesn't have full episodes.
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Sure they do, it is called channel 42.
LOL

Of course the Food Network has full episodes on TV.

Everdeen was referring to the fact that the Food Network website doesn't stream full episodes of this particular show. (At least not yet.)
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Old 03-18-2012, 05:30 PM
 
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LOL

Of course the Food Network has full episodes on TV.

Everdeen was referring to the fact that the Food Network website doesn't stream full episodes of this particular show. (At least not yet.)
LOL right back at you. The Food Network is carried on even the most basic packages on Cox, Dish, and Direct Tv.
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Old 03-18-2012, 05:48 PM
 
Location: Lancaster, CA / Henderson, NV
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LOL right back at you. The Food Network is carried on even the most basic packages on Cox, Dish, and Direct Tv.
You do know that there are many people (and the number increases daily) that have "cut the cord" and only watch internet based TV, right? To many people TV just is not worth the average $1200 a year that it costs.
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Old 03-18-2012, 05:53 PM
 
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LOL

Of course the Food Network has full episodes on TV.

Everdeen was referring to the fact that the Food Network website doesn't stream full episodes of this particular show. (At least not yet.)
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LOL right back at you. The Food Network is carried on even the most basic packages on Cox, Dish, and Direct Tv.
What in God's name does that have to do with the issue at hand?

Are you drunk posting again?
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Old 03-18-2012, 06:04 PM
 
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You do know that there are many people (and the number increases daily) that have "cut the cord" and only watch internet based TV, right? To many people TV just is not worth the average $1200 a year that it costs.
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What in God's name does that have to do with the issue at hand?

Are you drunk posting again?
I am not drunk at all. I also cannot think of anyone I know who does not have basic cable or satellite. Basic cable is included even in the ghetto apartments that I have (and currently) lived in here. It never occurred to me that someone would be on the internet now a days and not even have basic cable or satellite. I was just trying to give some advice to Everdeen, that is all. Everdeen has not responded back, and for all we know he does have the Food Channel, but probably would have found it more convenient to watch it online. Fair enough?
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Old 03-18-2012, 06:55 PM
 
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I am not drunk at all. I also cannot think of anyone I know who does not have basic cable or satellite. Basic cable is included even in the ghetto apartments that I have (and currently) lived in here. It never occurred to me that someone would be on the internet now a days and not even have basic cable or satellite. I was just trying to give some advice to Everdeen, that is all. Everdeen has not responded back, and for all we know he does have the Food Channel, but probably would have found it more convenient to watch it online. Fair enough?

Not that I know you, but I do not have any form of cable or satellite.

We do Netflix and Hulu+ via Roku. A bunch of my friends have forgone cable and satellite for streaming as well. So have my parents back in the Northeast, for that matter. Netflix and Hulu+ totals $16/mo (plus the one-time $50 for the Roku hardware), and we can watch full seasons or series of hundreds of shows and obviously thousands of movies whenever we want....all while saving hundreds of dollars a year.

There's definitely some content that we miss, but the benefits, both financial and content-wise, easily outweigh the things that we miss. It's a no-brainer for more and more people as they realize how good these alternatives are becoming.
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Old 03-18-2012, 07:30 PM
 
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I am not drunk at all. I also cannot think of anyone I know who does not have basic cable or satellite. Basic cable is included even in the ghetto apartments that I have (and currently) lived in here. It never occurred to me that someone would be on the internet now a days and not even have basic cable or satellite. I was just trying to give some advice to Everdeen, that is all. Everdeen has not responded back, and for all we know he does have the Food Channel, but probably would have found it more convenient to watch it online. Fair enough?
And I appreciated your input. Much more helpful then another random attack from someone showing their ass on the internet. Again.
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Old 03-18-2012, 11:02 PM
 
Location: Las Vegas
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I have watched both episodes and I have to agree. In all the years I have been to bars in both Vegas and Phoenix, I have never, ever seen a bartender drink on the job. I also have never been treated so badly by servers.
I have seen countless bartenders drinking on the job in this town.
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