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Suomi

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Okay listen bitches, we need to lock down some of these contests in a glass cage, and all agree on a release date, so I propose we stick with the idea of just doing whatever rewatch year the EurovisionAgain hashtag do on Saturdays, and then pencil in these for MIDWEEKS:


Previous watches and winners:
1980 - Netherlands - Amsterdam
1981 - United Kingdom - Making Your Mind Up
1982 - Israel - Hora
1983 - Israel - Hi
1984 - Ireland - Terminal 3
1990 - Yugoslavia - Hajde Da Ludujemo
1995 - Croatia - Magazin and Lidija - Nostalgija
1996 - United Kingdom - Ooh Ah, Just a Little Bit
1997 - United Kingdom - Love Shine a Light
1998 - Israel - Diva
1999 - Sweden- Take Me To Your Heaven
2000 -
2001 -
2002 - France - Il Faut Du Temps
2003 - Turkey - Everyway That I Can
2004 - Mob Rule
2005 - Greece - My Number One
2006 - Sweden - Invincible
2007 - Serbia - Molitva
2008 -
2009 - Ukraine - Anti-Crisis Girl
2010 - Germany - Satellite
2011- Anri Jokhadze - I’m a Joker
2012 - Sweden - Euphoria
2013 - Norway - I Feed You My Love
2014 -
2015 - Belgium - Rhythm Inside
2016 - Australia - Sound of Silence
2017 -
2018 -
2019 -

The Visionary Dream Award
2007 - Sopho - Visionary Dream
2020 - David_5000
2020 - The Raven Queen - Solovey

Not yet watched:
1956-1979
1985 - 1994
2000
2001
2008
2014
2017
2018
 
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And yes 11pm should be anything from the 20th century; they tend to be shorter too
 
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The problem with mirroring #EurovisionAgain on Saturdays is that we only know the year 15 mins before the show, and they might pick a year we've already done.

I propose keeping 2006 as a backup. If they do pick a repeat year, we watch 2006 instead.
 

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The problem with mirroring #EurovisionAgain on Saturdays is that we only know the year 15 mins before the show, and they might pick a year we've already done.

I propose keeping 2006 as a backup. If they do pick a repeat year, we watch 2006 instead.
Good idea - they've already done 2006 and 2013 which we haven't, so both of them would work well as an alternative.
 

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Aren't they likely to do 2016 on a Saturday?

very possibly, but we can easily move things around if so. The ones listed in the first place are more just there to keep SAFE so that we don’t have splinter groups watching some and not others.
 

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Oh :side-eye:
 
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Actually, I’m gutted I’ve missed them all so far so carry on my organised fun queens
 
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David 5000

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Could we slightly rearrange the schedule to move 2016 back? It's a killer year that deserves a Saturday night, and I'm certain Eurovision Again will get to it.
 

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I'm fingering 1980 for another LATE NIGHT REWATCH. Another shorter one, and we get MOROCCO!
 

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2007 is one of the worst years I can remember. But it's of course possible I'm misremembering.
 

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The single semi meant that a lot of brilliant songs didn't make it to the final, but there are loads of songs I love from that year. Certainly more than 2003.
 

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