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  • Yeah, although some may be put off by the extremely sexual content, Coupling is very well-written.

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  • Over a three-week period, I watched all four seasons of the BBC TV show "Coupling" -- converted from my DVD to MP4 files -- on my PSP during my 50-minute commute.

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  • Watching Moffat’s work in Coupling, Doctor Who and, now, Jekyll, reveals themes and textures that resonate in all of them, despite the radically different stories that Moffat is telling.

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  • Around this time I heard of a British version of Friends called Coupling which was supposedly extremely funny but more focused on sex.

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  • And the idea of Coupling Woman out there financing some high-tech search for the island seems a little, I don't know, Alias.

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  • I have no opinion on the casting, since I'm so out of the loop on the show, but the opinion on the Nets seems to be one of general disappointment, but a willingness to trust Moffat (he's earned my trust after "Coupling" - the good BBC one - and the excellent

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  • The one reason I'm feeling a little more confident of this project than for others that have been announced in the past Looking at you, 'Coupling'! is due to the script being written by the creator of the original series, Russell T. Davies.

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  • The plot best recalls NBC's struggle to adapt the UK series "Coupling," before the network successfully launched its own version of British favorite "The Office."

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  • The Wife and I watched the fourth-season DVD of the British sitcom "Coupling" finally.

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  • Reminds me of the wonderful scene in the first ever episode of 'Coupling', where Labour-voting Sally starts moaning about the Establishment, and has to be told by Tory Patrick and his new gay, Tory chum that Labour's in power, they're the Establishment now and the Tories are the Rebel Alliance to the Labour Death Star.

    Lacking perspective: who here is establishment?

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