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    Hi! I`m am 13 and I`m from Bulgaria. I so much like Malcolm In the Middle I watch it all the time... I even made my grandma watching it lol. Unfortunately the same way as Malcolm i was in the krelboyne class. On top of that I started school one year earlier than I should just because I could read when I was 4 and I was badass at Maths . Anyway I`m 8th grade and I have great friends. Me and one of my friends are absolutely the same way as Malcolm and Reese. I`m smart and always have good grades but I`m the biggest prankster ever in my town. Mom and Dad have been in school around 14 times and I`m totally grounded . Still I`m very active user (talking `about reading posts ). I`m very good at basketball, volleyball and acting. They tell me that if I go to acting school I will be awesome but..... I don`t know. Everyone tells me that I should be in some show like Malcolm In the Middle. One time I was so angry at my teacher that I secretly put eggs in my class room. It was vacation so when we came back the smell was..... But I was enjoying it and I was secretly laughing. The suspected me but they didn`t had any evidence so I got away scott free . Anyway I suck about girls... I mean I somehow can`t, I`m too shy. Excuse my english I`m 8 grade and I`ve never been in english speaking country so..... Doesn`t matter Greetings from me!
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    Welcome zsstefanov. We hope you enjoy your stay. What a detailed introduction! and your English is pretty good.

    I travelled round Bulgaria a few years back, had a great time.

    Do you watch Malcolm in English or a dubbed version?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tjpeople View Post
    Welcome zsstefanov. We hope you enjoy your stay. What a detailed introduction! and your English is pretty good.

    I travelled round Bulgaria a few years back, had a great time.

    Do you watch Malcolm in English or a dubbed version?
    Thank you, I so much apreciate it. So about the question.. I`ve watched all seasons in English and also dubbed and compared to other Tv series in my country Malcolm in the Middle has great dub.

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    Welcome, zsstefanov!

    Great to see new fans from all over the world come to this site, and by the way: your English is fine and you've written a great, detailed introduction. Very few people actually do that!

    It's funny though that now we're gonna get fans that are just as old or a bit older than the series itself! I guess that's proof of the comedy's staying power. Its not like, well, we've seen that, it's old and let's move on to other programs ... That's what's so great about 'Malcolm'!

    Rich
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richiepiep View Post
    Welcome, zsstefanov!

    Great to see new fans from all over the world come to this site, and by the way: your English is fine and you've written a great, detailed introduction. Very few people actually do that!

    It's funny though that now we're gonna get fans that are just as old or a bit older than the series itself! I guess that's proof of the comedy's staying power. Its not like, well, we've seen that, it's old and let's move on to other programs ... That's what's so great about 'Malcolm'!

    Rich
    You know what I actually think the same way as you do. When MITM ended I was worring about that people will forget about it after few years. Hopefully for now it isn`t this way. In my country there are so many fans of MITM. Ok check this out, I made a research. In my country there are about 7 million people. When the first episode started there was 250 000 viewers. At the final episode there was 750 000 viewers. In the research I also saw that, the more the episodes are going on, the more people was watching the show. Now they are running it again which is actually great for me . I so much like how big the ratings are. God bless Malcolm in the Middle.
    Greetings, zsstefanov

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    Quote Originally Posted by zsstefanov View Post
    You know what I actually think the same way as you do. When MITM ended I was worring about that people will forget about it after few years. Hopefully for now it isn`t this way. In my country there are so many fans of MITM. Ok check this out, I made a research. In my country there are about 7 million people. When the first episode started there was 250 000 viewers. At the final episode there was 750 000 viewers. In the research I also saw that, the more the episodes are going on, the more people was watching the show. Now they are running it again which is actually great for me . I so much like how big the ratings are. God bless Malcolm in the Middle.
    Greetings, zsstefanov
    Wow, 750,000 viewers is such a large number! Here in Holland (I'm Dutch) we have 16 million people, but MITM was only watched by 200,000 viewers at most, and that was last year (3 years after the final episode had aired) so it's never been extremely popular around here. I've never really seen Dutch fans online until last year.

    I don't know what you think of it, but I remember (I'm a bit older than you ) that 'The Wonder Years' and other comedies (Perfect Strangers, Cheers) were big hits in Bulgaria and other Slavic countries after the end of Communist rule, because people weren't used to seeing them before, and watching them made people feel free and happy, because America had that kind of attraction to them: freedom, wealth, happiness, fun!

    In Holland, we have been watching American sitcoms (situation comedies) and other series for ages, and they're on TV so often, we hardly notice new ones or get really fanatic about them!

    Rich

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    Quote Originally Posted by zsstefanov View Post
    Thank you, I so much apreciate it. So about the question.. I`ve watched all seasons in English and also dubbed and compared to other Tv series in my country Malcolm in the Middle has great dub.
    At your age you think that non-original dubs are good but when you start to notice how much they suck, you don't wanna hear them.

    Really, dubs sucks, original audio is always better.

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    Well, actually most of the times really dub isn`t better than the original. Of course in our dub Malcolm loses a bit his charm but still it`s very nice dub. I`ll just say that the original Malcolm is much better than the dub and I know this.

    Edit: When I said that most of the times dub really isn`t better I meant all the shows.

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    Dubbers are dubbing and don't necessarily count in for emotions.

    People that do dubs for porn movies it's good dubs but can't beat the original.

    Note: I don't watch pr0n but I know.

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    Unexpected intro coming from a 13 years old teen.

    Oh, well, welcome.

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