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post #46 of 135
Can't think of any.
post #47 of 135
Terminator Sarah Connor Chronicles. best series I have ever watched as I dont really watch that much tv in the first place. best dvd series i suppose.
post #48 of 135
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I will also throw in for your consideration.... The Critic. That show was so funny!

+1...."IT STINKS!"

*Arrested Development (as mentioned)
*Better Off Ted
post #49 of 135
No mentions for Duckman, huh? I loved that show and lament its demise.

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Action

Was that the one on USA?

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SportsNight - Aaron Sorkin's first show - went 2 1/2 seasons but got jacked around with timeslots and schedule changes.

Absolutely!

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Andy Richter Controls the Universe

I almost cried when they got rid of this gem.

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I'm probably the only person who thought Grounded For Life was funny.

Yes. Yes you are.
post #50 of 135
Action was on Fox, not USA.

Did Rubicon really get canceled? I couldn't get into it but I thought it was doing OK.
post #51 of 135
Lance Link Secret Chimp

post #52 of 135
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JMRouse, I like Joss Whedon as much as the next guy but there comes a point when people give him too much praise. Buffy, for example, I felt ran a little too long. Angel, like you said, was cut too short. I'd say Dollhouse was somewhere in-between -- given the circumstances, I think it ended pretty well. And as an aside, I was a big fan of his run on Astonishing X-Men.

BUFFY should have ended on season 5 when it was originally planned to. I agree the last couple seasons are weak. Part of the reason for this was Whedon was preoccupied with ANGEL and FIRELFY at that point. Plus the budget was drastically cut and it showed.

I couldn't get into DOLLHOUSE. Something about it just didn't grab me.

His run on Astonishing X-Men was amazing. I don't think anyone has done the team as well as he did. Plus it had John Cassaday's art which was a complete win. I'm liking the new BUFFY comic, but think the current arc has been running too long. It's fun, but all over the place and a little too crazy sometimes.
post #53 of 135
Is this all time ... or this season? I doubt I watch five TV episodes (of all shows combined) in a year!
post #54 of 135
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And there's one more, but I'm completely blanking on the name.

Found it!

Pointman with Jack Scalia http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0110855/

Investment banker goes to prison and when he gets out helps people with their problems.

Anyone else remember this show?
post #55 of 135
Get a Life
post #56 of 135
Tom Goes to the Mayor Tim & Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! Arrested Development Stella
post #57 of 135
Filthy Rich is the only show that comes to mind.
post #58 of 135
Firefly
post #59 of 135
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Is this all time ... or this season? I doubt I watch five TV episodes (of all shoes combined) in a year!

So you probably shouldn't comment in this thread then, except to point out that your intellect is completely unfulfilled by modern television.
post #60 of 135
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Firefly

X2



I Really enjoyed Flash Forward
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