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    Quote Originally Posted by eaglerock View Post
    I love watching the Japanese iron chef. i collect the episodes actually.

    But i don't think they can make it as good as the old one.

    American and uk iron chef sucked ...
    Yea, I don't think they can make it as good as the old ones either. Looking at the cast, I'm very skeptical. :[

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    What kind of chefs do they have lined up as the Iron Chefs this time around?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinob1 View Post
    Who are the new iron chefs? Will Masamoto return as iron chef Japan?
    Yes, I believe so. I hope they invited him back, he's super nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schtoo View Post
    くそ!

    I'm working 8:00-9:00PM on Fridays.

    Might be time to get a recorder of some kind, but maybe not. There's nothing else on TV I actually want to watch, save the odd 'Made in Japan' when someone I know is on.

    I don't think that's good enough to buy something to record TV with though. Hopefully it'll tank by just enough they'll change the time slot.

    Stu.
    Hulu or streaming!

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    Quote Originally Posted by echerub View Post
    What kind of chefs do they have lined up as the Iron Chefs this time around?
    I checked the Japanese news papers, but they haven't announced it yet. :[

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    Quote Originally Posted by Korin_Mari View Post
    Hulu or streaming!
    Bad, bad, BAD idea.

    I just checked that out, and there's Kamen Rider, Ultraman and similar on there. The kids have just worked out how to make the mouse work on the computer, so I just know the sly little monsters will work out how to stream that stuff in on a constant loop.

    Could get very expensive...

    Probably about as much as a recorder of some kind...

    This just isn't going to be easy, is it?

    Of course, finding the time to actually watch something might prove to be equally troublesome...

    Stu.

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    How long did it take for the original IC programs to appear here in the states after they were made?
    I'm wondering what the prospects are for dubbed versions to show up on this side of the world......given the popularity of the genre.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpikeC View Post
    How long did it take for the original IC programs to appear here in the states after they were made?
    I'm wondering what the prospects are for dubbed versions to show up on this side of the world......given the popularity of the genre.
    I hate dubs, i hope they never show up. Subtitles would be ok though, those could be soon if some things work out like I hope, I will report back if I can get that to happen.

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    Since I don't actually watch tv, more like listen. I don't mind dubbed. But if I want to watch a original subbed movie (lets say original Girl With a Dragon Tattoo series) I really don't have time to sit and read. I didn't mind the voice actors they had for the first one, they pretty much went with what was going on with the people, and not much with the lips being off.

    Also I wouldn't mind seeing all the past I.C. Japan chefs on again.
    Chewie's the man.

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    So, I just downloaded (no Japanese channel for me. boo) the two hour special of Iron Chef. It was very dramatic as usual. It's not subbed yet, but the subs should be out soon. Has anyone had a chance to see it? It was really cool, because the old iron chefs were on it too.


    Please excuse the tiny picture.

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