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What are your favorite television shows currently running or long gone (except for on TVLand Very Happy ), go ahead and share here!

Currently, I've been enjoying Terminator: The Sarah Conner Chronicles and was disappointed a new episode wasn't on last week because of some annual thing called the...State of the Union? What's up with that!! Laughing
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Lets see Boston Legal and I was recently introduced to the short lived TV series Firefly. Really liked Firefly and wish it hadn't been canceled.


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I'm a big Stargate Atlantis fan, I love that show.
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Heroes is my favorite, although it won't be on again until September. Crying or Very sad I also like Medium, which is also off right now. Fear Factor is another one, but that was cancelled awhile back.


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my new favorite TV show/ current obssesion is death note. anyone else watch the show or read the manga books?


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kamenkewl wrote:
my new favorite TV show/ current obssesion is death note. anyone else watch the show or read the manga books?


I've heard good things about Death Note but I have not see or read it. I haven't followed any anime's airing in America since Fullmetal Alchemist, which I thoroughly enjoyed and was glad the movie gave the story a happier ending.

I also am a big fan of Heroes, mainly the first season over the second. But my all time favorite show would have to be Home Improvement; I laugh just as hard as the first time when I see Tim glue his head to a table Laughing
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Cowboy Bebop, hands down. Wish it was still on. Sad
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Battlestar Galactica, Celebrity Apprentice, Sports Center, hummm not much else right now.


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I think my top shows are Future Weapons, The Colbert Report, and The Daily Show. Huckabee and Colbert 2008! Laughing
Though I have watched a couple episodes of Rob and Big which were kind of amusing, one was with miniature ponies, the other with a bulldog puppy.
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I haven't watched a lot of TV, but I'm hoping 24 will be back after the Writers strike
ends. (Congrats to the WGA on the new contract). I have to say that my all time favorite
show has to be Mystery Science Theater 3000, although it has been off the air for almost
a decade. I will be buying the new Cinematic Titanic DVD's . If anyone is interested
just go to www.cinematictitanic.com
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Call me childish, but Spongebob all the way. Except for the new episodes. Dull.
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There are some very clever references within Spongebob and other children's shows. My favortie would have to be the PowerPuff Girls episode titled "BeatAlls" where the whole episode references the Beatles. It was very well done.
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I kinda like SpongeBob too, even if i feel kinda childish watching it. My favorite episode was the time SpongeBob and Patrick ate the peanut butter and sardine with onion and garlic (or something like that) sandwiches. Everyone ran away from them, and they thought it was because they were ugly. The part that practically makes me bust a gut laughing is when SpongeBob asks Patrick if his breath smells, and he blows in Patrick's face. Patrick doesn't have a nose, so he can't smell it, but the fumes burn his eyelashes off! Laughing
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I happen to love Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, that's a great show.
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Anakinlover89 wrote:
I happen to love Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, that's a great show.


Foster had a great Star Wars reference when Blue and his friend where driving through a pay toll but don't plan to stop. The friend throws two quarters at the window but the window was still up. Blue then said, "Negative, it didn't go in; just impacted on the surface." It was great!
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