A girlfriend SMSed me: you’ve got to watch this new series tonight. NY-LON. And if you read that as a hyphenated spelling of a synthetic fabric, you obviously haven’t spend much time on aeroplanes lately. Ten to nine on NRK2, and though I missed the first episode I bet I’ll be able to fill in the blanks.

Hang on. Maybe I should check that there’s a happy ending before I get all caught up in it…

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  1. Jill

    It wasn’t very good. And I’ll probably still keep watching it…

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