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By Christian
August 3, 2001 - 11:54 PM

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Just my luck. About six weeks ago, Dutch TV started airing the second season of Once & Again. It started about twenty minutes before the start of Oz on another channel, and I liked it so much that I ended up taping Oz and watching it later. After a couple of weeks, I had really gotten into the series, and wished I could have seen the first season. About a week ago, I noticed that Belgian TV (which we also get here)was also showing Once & Again, so I tuned in to see which episode it was. Turned out to be the final episode of the first season, meaning that I'll of course never have a chance anymore to see season one.

The Belgians are also airing the show daily, rather than weekly, so in a few days, once they have caught up with Dutch TV, I'll be faced with another dilemma - on which of the two channels am I going to follow the show? On the one hand, if I watch it on Dutch TV, I'll be able to spread out this Once & Again season over the next half year, while if I watched it on Belgian TV I'd be done in four weeks - and then would likely have to wait a full year for the next season to arrive here. On the other hand, I can't be sure I'll continue to be able to watch the show at the same time for the next half year, and the prospect of daily late-night Once & Again showings to end my day is a very attractive one. Decision, decisions!

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