August 11th, 2007, 01:14 PM
Prefers to be anomalous
I think Rod Serling may have had a hand in your posting too.
Sure, I remember Night Gallery. Loved it!
August 11th, 2007, 08:25 PM
Prose Before Hos
My favourite show still running is Scrubs all the way. I also like to watch The Office when I can and Futurama and Family Guy. I've always wanted to get into Lost but I would rather start at the beginning.
Of the shows that aren't running anymore the list is pretty long. Twin Peaks, Seinfeld, Night Gallery and The Twilight Zone are up there in the top of the list though.
August 11th, 2007, 10:33 PM
Discovery, History channels, Deal or No Deal, NFL football, Dead Like Me, old movies, new movies, and not much else. I am TV-deprived.
Shows I have NEVER seen, not even one episode:
And almost every comedy shown on network (not cable) television since 1998. They all emerge from the same place, and it is not a good place. Some cable comedies are good, though.
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August 12th, 2007, 03:42 AM
Just catching up here; CV, Night Gallery is now available on DVD in the UK, as is the original Outer Limits and The Twilight Zone.
Recommend them all: the digital remastering on the black and whites is superb!
August 19th, 2007, 10:29 PM
Stuff I watch
My Life on the D-List, Kathy Griffin
CSPAN-2: Book TV on the weekends
Washington Week in Review (PBS)
McLaughlin Report (PBS)
Greater Boston: Friday Beat the Press (PBS)
Bill Moyer's Journal (PBS)
Air America Investigates (PBS)
History/Nature/ Science/Archeology/Paleontology Documentaries on PBS
Shark Week on Discovery
NFL Football (CBS, NBC, Fox, ESPN, NFLN)
History Channel, International History Channel, Science Channel, National Geographic Channel, Discovery Channel, Discovery Times Channel: history/nature/science/Archeology/Paleontology/Anthropology Documentaries
Welcome to the Parker
Iron Chef America
Next Food Network Star
Other cooking shows on the Food Network:
30 Minute Meals, Semi-Home Made, Nigella Feasts
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October 19th, 2007, 08:28 PM
Oh my Stars and Garters!
ugh, i feel so out of it! i've been watching:
and a lot of cartoons.
i fel so young...
October 20th, 2007, 10:39 PM
Tim and Eric Awesome Show Great Job!
November 3rd, 2007, 06:51 PM
I've just been playing catch up with Damages, can't believe I missed a show with such an amazing cast and the first episode was superb. Also Californication picked up for another series woot
January 21st, 2008, 11:34 AM
I love Planet Earth. David Attenborough's voice is so captivating. i could watch shows he makes all day. I might watch his new series Life in Cold Blood.
Watched the Palace last week. I thought it was quite good, funny at times.
March 15th, 2008, 04:11 AM
Kyle Xy Episodes
Las Vegas Episodes
Hannah Montana Episodes
Desperate Housewives Episodes
Sailor Moon Episodes
but desperate housewives is my favorite one
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March 16th, 2008, 12:15 AM
Blood Ties Moonlight
Bones New Amsterdam
House Pushing Daisies
Eureka Grey's Anatomy
Dr.Who Men In Trees
Torchwood Ninja Warrior
Kyle XY ANIME
Dead Like Me Bleach
South Park Family Guy
Daily Show Samurai Champloo
Dirty Jobs Inuyasha
and many more
yeah.....i may have a bit of an addiction
March 17th, 2008, 02:02 PM
Has anyone in the UK seen the advertisement for Dirty Sexy Money on channel four?
It starts this Friday and I think it looks really good.
I might watch it.
I think it's already been on the US. Anyone watched it?
If so what's it like?
I love Skins.
March 27th, 2008, 02:10 PM
Some of the shows I follow the most:
I also love The Sopranos, but I rarely get to watch that these days.
March 27th, 2008, 02:11 PM
Smallville -- My girlfriend's favorite
March 27th, 2008, 10:25 PM
Flight of the Concords.
This is absolute Genius. A very witty, quirky and highly different comedy to everything else. It essentially revolves around the fourth most popular folk duo in New Zealand, Germaine and Brett ( "Brit?, Brett, Brit? Brett, oh I thought you said Brit.") as they try and make it big in New York. The great thing about it is the many songs that get thrown into the mix, seemingly at random, yet always with relevance, of some sort. The humour is delivered very stonefaced, in the actors New Zealand accents, very satirical and the gags are released so impassively to make you squirm and giggle at the same time. You've also got the amusing Murray, who manages the band, badly. And the band's one and only fan, the very obsessive stalker like married women 'Mel'. The show is simply brilliant.
"She's got two jobs, she's a pastry chef AND a sniper."
And I will in 7 days 17 house and 34 minutes be fixing my Battlestar Galactica craving. oh boy, it's gonna be good.
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