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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckthorn View Post
    My favourites include Dead Like Me & Reaper. Both of which have sadly been cancelled now
    I tried Reaper but couldn't get into it, I loved Dead Like Me. The guy that made DLM also made Pushing Daisies, I loved that show, sadly it was cancelled too, along with Wonderfalls by the same guy Bryan Fuller I think.
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    I just discovered Life on Mars. Pretty good, but I keep getting lost in John Simm's movements and expressions and voice and losing track of the story. *drooling vacant expression*
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    Monty Python's Flying Circus
    Arrested Development (WHICH ARE FILMING SEASON 4 NOW!)
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    I am not much of a TV watcher but lately I have gotten back into it. My favorite is Hell on Wheels. But I recently have started watching Beauty and the Beast and Once Upon a Time. I have always liked the fairytales and now they are coming to TV.
    I really liked Alcatraz but it was cancelled.
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    Been watching some old sitcoms on the you tube site. Watched All in the Family, Taxi, and now on Newhart. Good way to kill time anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JuniperWoolf View Post
    Only fourteen episodes! I've heard Firefly fans lament the fact that the show was cancelled, but I didn't know it was cancelled so soon.
    I agree Firefly is amazing
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    My favorites are:
    Waking the Dead
    Lost
    Star Trek
    NCIS
    House M.D
    Sons of Anarchy
    Doctor Who
    E.R
    Only Fools and Horses
    (too many more to mention!)

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    Currently, there's a great selection to choose from. Mostly alternative shows, I'm not a huge fan of the days popular soap dramas.

    These are my favorite modern shows and exclude classics like twin peaks, Seinfeld, etc.

    For Comedy
    Adventure time
    Its always sunny in Philly
    Modern Family

    Dramas
    Walking dead
    Damages
    Lost

    Other
    Gossip Girl
    American Horror Story
    Death Note
    Code Geass
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    Columbo and Cheers.
    The stone and me.

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    Sitcoms/comedy

    Seinfeld
    Friends
    The Jeffersons
    All in the Family
    The Cosby Show
    The Fresh Prince (some episodes only though)

    Drama

    Masterpiece Theater (miniseries in general)
    The Wonder Years (more like dramedy)
    Little House on the Prairie (only some episodes though...I much prefer the books)
    House

    Sci fi/Paranormal/Fantasy

    The Twilight Zone
    So Weird
    Once Upon a Time

    Reality

    Ghost Adventures
    The Amazing Race
    American Idol (seasons 1 - 6 ONLY)
    Wife Swap
    America's Next Top Model (some episodes)
    What Would You Do?
    Extreme Makeover Home Edition
    What Not to Wear
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    I like Grey's Anatomy too, and the spin off Private Practice is okay too. But I LOVE the Amazing Race so much, and Lost, PR, and Survivor too. For comedies, How I Met Your Mother is cute, as is Samantha Who. I don't think I "get" The Office - must be something wrong w/me!!

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    MadMen

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    I'm addicted to Breaking Bad. I loved Entourage, The Wire, The Sopranos. True Blood is a bit of a guilty pleasure.
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    I am watching Breaking Bad. It is really good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buh4Bee View Post
    I am watching Breaking Bad. It is really good!
    Isn't it? I love that show. Its almost surreal because when I was a kid Bryan Cranston played a bumbling utterly harmless character in Malcolm in the Middle, and now he's portraying to perfection a criminal mastermind.
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