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a show that has been consistently good though out all of it's episodes...
fuck man i can't think of one.
Right now, Guy Code because it has actual meaning and I learn shits and at the same time it's entertaining
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Hell on Wheels. The structure, the grit, the characters, the writing...oh my god the writing...I'm totally engrossed into the happenings and the badassery of that show, it takes you where you don't expect LIKE A GOOD SHOW SHOULD.
On that note...Sons of Anarchy is comparable.
For consistent laughs, Always Sunny in Philidelphia and Jon Stewart's Daily Show/Colbert Report. (Can't have one without the other)
Best animated tv show I think would have to go to Venture Brothers. I love Invader Zim, I love South Park, but if I had to choose between kids, I think Venture has an overall, big-picture kind of advantage.
At 1/22/13 11:08 PM, Darthdenim wrote: Mystery Science Theater 3000.
Joel > that other guy.
Would be South Park, but halfway through season 12 the show went the way of The Simpsons and took a serious nosedive. The last 4 seasons have been unwatchable.
I would have to say Dexter.
X-Files. For me it is the ultimate show. But then I love that goofy 'sci-fi' stuff. Really its just a CSI show but with spooky stuff. But what a awesome CSI show with spooky stuff.
After that, Friends and Arrested Development. Depends what kind of comedy fan you are to which one I would recommend to someone.
For me Friends is just the best show if you want a quick 30 minute laugh before you got to do something. And Arrested Development is a slow burn comedy. You need to watch several of them in a row to get full enjoyment.
At 1/22/13 11:03 PM, HighWay wrote: a show that has been consistently good though out all of it's episodes...
fuck man i can't think of one.
King of the hill.
At 1/23/13 11:02 AM, Sequenced wrote: Static Shock.
Bad puns everywhere.
That show was electrifying
it would be the wire if it didn't have that final weak season, but i still think it's the most important tv show
the sopranos was consistently good and even the weaker subplots were executed brilliantly
At 1/22/13 11:22 PM, Xenomit wrote: Either Star Trek TNG, Dr. Who, or King of the Hill
Don't forget MLP, Breaking Bad, and Regular Show.
I'm that lazy bastard who doesn't bother to take down his damn Christmas lights. I still have the fucking kriss-kringle hats from last year!
I have a few TV shows that I enjoy watching when I get the chance:
Star Trek: The Original Series: The Kirk, Spock and McCoy trio in this is brilliant. I sat and watched the entire series over the course of a couple weeks or so. Quite probably my favourite TV show ever. I love seeing the sets that they come up with for the planets. They look really cool.
Star Trek: The Next Generation: I'm still currently in the process of watching this. I don't think the crew is as good as that of the original series but the content of the show is just as good. Really enjoyed what I've seen so far but it's considerably longer than the original Star Trek series.
Sons of Anarchy: Another really cool show. I just always found outlaw bikers to be pretty fascinating so to have a drama based on them is pretty cool. They even brought in Henry Rollins as an actor in one of the seasons.
The Walking Dead: I actually started off reading the comics for this show and then went on to watch the series. Missed the occasional episode and I've fallen behind on it now but it's still well worth watching.
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QI for a few reasons: It's hosted by Stephen Fry, has great guest panellists and you always learn something to bore people with whilst drinking or getting high (if that's your thing). They don't usually but The BBC really cracked it with this one.
Firefly, may it rest in peace. The characters were well written, the story imaginative and fun (space western, need I say more?), and the humour evident throughout, on top of a decently deep backstory.
At 1/23/13 01:31 PM, JesusWeller wrote: Firefly, may it rest in peace. The characters were well written, the story imaginative and fun (space western, need I say more?), and the humour evident throughout, on top of a decently deep backstory.
Why do people get so fucking attached to a show that only had 14 episodes?