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Post #161053
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Local Crack Dealer

9:13 am, May 12 2008
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gossip girl
one tree hill
and reaper...
don't judge me

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Post #161201
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11:02 pm, May 12 2008
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Old reruns of FreshPrince of Bel Air
and Full House
Project Runway
America's Next Top Model

I dont care if everyone thinks that last one is dumb, because it is, but its just one of those scenarios where it is so dumb and you realize that this is their actual personalities here that just makes it really funny. And I enjoy making fun of Tyra Banks. shes a loser (in my eyes)

Post #161213
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12:01 am, May 13 2008
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History channel and the discovery channel awesome shit.... and Funny stuff on the history channel!

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Post #161215 - Reply to (#161213) by TimeManInJail
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12:13 am, May 13 2008
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History channel and the discovery channel awesome shit.... and Funny stuff on the history channel!

It's the same with me. When I do watch television I'll watch whatever is on the History or Discovery channel.

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Post #162296
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12:34 am, May 16 2008
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stuff on cartonetwrk,disney,nick,mvt vh1 or foodnets ironchief top chief or americas nxt top
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Post #162819
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11:43 am, May 17 2008
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King of the Hill, The Simpsons, The Jeffersons, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends & The Office on dvd. I used to love watching Zatch Bell but it hasn't been on tv in over a year. sad

Post #166397
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10:06 am, Jun 1 2008
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i don't really watch tv cos i ain't gotta i watch dvd's on my computer, mostly old brittish series like
yes, minister
the black adder
the new statesman (you can't beat rick mayall)
Monty Python's Flying Circus
fawlty towers
and my all time favorite Red Dwarf

also Seinfeld, Scrubs, arrested development, curb your enthusiasm

but when i'm home mostly football (soccer) and documentaries

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Post #166409
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11:21 am, Jun 1 2008
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I don't really watch much actual television, (I haven't even turned the thing on in over a week), but there are some shows I like and will watch on occasion. Actually, even most of the shows I like I usually don't watch on the television because I don't want to, or can't, conform my schedule around their time slots, so I end up downloading the torrent and watching on the computer at my leisure.

Mythbusters, Dirty Jobs, Deadliest Catch, Master Blasters, Junkyard Wars, How It's Made, Survivorman - My favorite shows on the Discovery and Science Channels. If I actually watch the television, I usually put it on one of these two channels.

24 - The first season blew me away and I watched all six seasons of this in like 2 weeks. I was about 6 years late getting into this show, but it was really good. I kind of hope they end it after the 7th season runs though, since like all shows, it's losing its charm and originality with age and I would hate to see it run into the ground. Better to go out with style.

Heroes - I liked season one, but season two wasn't as good. The writer's strike caused it to end early with an impromptu season finale which I've still not yet watched. I don't know if I'll keep watching this one, but probably not since I've basically lost interest now.

Real Time with Bill Maher - His jokes are kind of hit and miss and he's very biased in his opinions, which I dislike even though I mostly agree with him. I really like the guest discussions and debates though. It feels like the people on there actually speak their mind a lot more, rather than just spouting the same old rhetoric you hear in most interviews.

Top Chef - Not sure how it happened but I got hooked on this. I don't like these competition "reality" shows in general, but for whatever reason I got into this one. Guilty pleasure of sorts I reckon.

The Office - I used to love it, but I think I watch it more out of habit than anything else now. I liked the UK version more because it didn't drag out forever like the American version.

My Name Is Earl - I only got into this one because I used to watch The Office regularly and it was on just before it. I think I actually like this better now though.

Scrubs - Another time slot thing for me, NBC's Thursday comedy shows all together. I'd just turn it on and kind of leave it on so I got into these. It isn't as good as it used to be, though. NBC canceled it, but ABC is picking it up. I don't know if I'll follow it though, since I don't like it nearly as much as I used to.

Simpsons, King of the Hill, South Park, American Dad, ATHF - I like most funny cartoons geared toward adults.

Reno 911 - A pretty funny faux reality show. It's usually good for a laugh.

... wow, that turned into a much larger post than I originally planned. I'll end it there since I can't think of anything else aside from shows in reruns.

Post #166679
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3:33 pm, Jun 2 2008
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House, M.D is absolutely the best show I've ever seen! And I used to watch Friends everyday. N3mbers is also pretty cool.

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Post #166698
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5:56 pm, Jun 2 2008
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Rarely do I get to watch telly but I do watch Britains got talent and Jonathan Ross' show

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Post #166739
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9:59 pm, Jun 2 2008
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Isn't anime considered 'TV show' as well, since most series are aired on TV.

If you mean live-action ones....not that many really.

The only series I really look forward to is Battlestar Galactica which is arguably the best live-action series far....IMHO.

I also like HBO mini series' .... Carnivale, Band of Brothers and Deadwood are good examples.

I also really enjoy good ol British Comedy(BBC mostly)....Red Dwarf, My Life in Film, Alo Alo, The Black Adder....etc. The original 50's comedy, Bewitched is pretty good as well (the gorgeous main actress helps).

As for the more common American series'.... I think Hollywood has a bad habit of milking them for all their worth. They'll release season after season after season. I enjoyed the first two seasons of Lost, for example, but couldn't be bothered with those that came after. By the time they end it I'm sure most viewers would have forgotten how they ended up on the island in the first place.

Another good example of capitalistic greed was the X-Files.... It went on for years, but only a handful of episodes actually focussed on the main plot (Mulder looking for his sister).

I enjoy good documentaries like Planet Earth and The Blue Planet and anything to do with cars and bikes (but not overweight choppers).

I mostly watch the unbiased news channels and sports, though.

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Post #166743
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11:05 pm, Jun 2 2008
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How I Met Your Mother (possibly the best, most awesome show ever!)
Friday Night Lights (Tim Riggins, Jason Street, Coach Taylor's hair, Snuffy Walden... sigh, what's not to love about this show.)
Top Chef
Project Runway
Doctor Who
and assorted kdramas and jdramas for the copious amounts of crack.

Post #180280
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8:02 pm, Jul 17 2008
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smallville n supernatural.

Post #180282
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Over the Rainbow.

8:04 pm, Jul 17 2008
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Discovery channel stuff
Korean dramas

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Post #180285
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8:06 pm, Jul 17 2008
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Project Runway and some documentaries.

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