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  • Southstander
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    House, The Sopranos, The Simpsons, MacGyver, MASH

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  • str8jacket
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    I've been watching a lot of Robot Chicken.


    Man....what a messed up show

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  • RodSmithRules
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    1. LOST
    2. House MD
    3. South Park
    4. Dexter
    5. Flight Of The Conchords

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  • AznBroncoFan
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    1. Married with Children
    2. Chappelle Show
    3. Ninja Warrior

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  • Mike1709
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    My all-time top 5. I'm from the UK so you may not have heard of some/all of these

    1. Fawlty Towers
    2. TV Burp
    3. Open All Hours
    4. Have I Got News For You
    5. Porridge

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  • denverfan7
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    1. Cheers
    2. Seinfeld
    3. Frasier
    4. King of Queens
    5. Cheap Seats

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  • Flatlander Fan
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    Originally posted by dannylee View Post
    my top 5 favorites are

    1)CSI (all types)
    2)NCIS
    3)Coupling
    4)Monty Phythons Flying Circus
    5)Friends/Allo Allo(Equal choices)

    if i rounded out a top ten
    6)Bones
    7)Blackadder
    8)Only Fools and Horses
    9)Prisonbreak
    10)Little Britain

    these dont include any cartoons by the way lol if i included anime and cartoons itd look alot differant
    What? No Young Ones????

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  • dannylee
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    my top 5 favorites are

    1)CSI (all types)
    2)NCIS
    3)Coupling
    4)Monty Phythons Flying Circus
    5)Friends/Allo Allo(Equal choices)

    if i rounded out a top ten
    6)Bones
    7)Blackadder
    8)Only Fools and Horses
    9)Prisonbreak
    10)Little Britain

    these dont include any cartoons by the way lol if i included anime and cartoons itd look alot differant

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  • licence_to_kill
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    1. Lost
    2. Simpsons
    3. Various sports
    4. Various sports
    5. Various sports

    I don't watch much TV.

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  • CoryWinget81
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    Originally posted by Flatlander Fan View Post
    Royal Pains (just started watching this brand new show)
    It is a pretty good show. Mark Feuerstein has been in about 19 failed projects though, I'm afraid this ones doomed too.

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  • BroncoManiac_69
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    M*A*S*H

    Cheers

    I Love Lucy

    Twin Peaks

    Home Improvement

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  • Flatlander Fan
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    Originally posted by Champ444 View Post

    7) Welcome Back Carter
    Do you mean Welcome Back Kotter?

    A few that haven't been mentioned yet:

    M*A*S*H

    Letterman

    Dif'rent Strokes

    Happy Days

    Laverne & Shirley

    Survivorman

    Diners, Drive Ins, & Dives

    Royal Pains (just started watching this brand new show)

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  • Chris Wade
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    The First 48
    NCIS
    Burn Notice
    Monday Night Football
    Thursday Night Football

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  • 80stheman
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    Current:
    1. My Name Is Earl
    2. The Simpsons
    3. Jeopardy
    4. Mythbusters
    5. Medium

    All-time:
    1. Seinfeld
    2. Monty Python's Flying Circus
    3. Malcolm in the Middle
    4. ER
    5. Friends

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  • CoryWinget81
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    Originally posted by McSmashie View Post



    Please tell me you arent lying to me............................

    If you are serious, I swear Im going to kiss you!

    im serious...and you don't have to kiss me
    Taking a page from the "Family Guy" resurrection guidebook, the canceled Fox animated comedy is returning with an order from Comedy Central for 26 new episodes to run over two seasons. [...]

    Comedy Central was happy with the specials and with the 72 produced episodes of "Futurama" it acquired from 20th Century Fox TV in 2006. "Yet there is nothing like new, self-contained episodes week to week," said Comedy Central's senior vp programming David Bernath. "This is all about reinvigorating the franchise, giving it a new burst of energy. [...]

    "When we brought back 'Family Guy' several years ago, everyone said that it was a once in a lifetime thing that canceled series stay canceled and cannot be revived," said 20th TV chairmen Gary Newman and Dana Walden. "But 'Futurama' was another series that fans simply demanded we bring back."

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