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    Barney Miller

    M*A*S*H

    Buffy the Vampire Slayer

    Angel

    Firefly

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    Mary Tyler Moore
    Golden Girls
    Andy Griffith Show
    Cheers (the Shelley Long/Diane years)
    Frasier
    The Waltons
    The Brady Bunch
    Dallas
    Everybody Loves Raymond

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    Quote Originally Posted by karatattoo View Post
    Barney Miller
    Great call. Wish I had mentioned this earlier. One of the all-time great police/comedy shows.

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    I never get tired watching these shows over and over again.

    MAVERICK.
    MARY TYLER MOORE SHOW.
    McMillan & Wife.
    Hogan's Heroes.
    Batman: The Brave and The Bold.

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    Justice league
    Justice league unlimited
    Full metal alchemist
    Person of interest (suprised its no been mentioned)
    Deathnote
    Breaking bad
    Batman animated series
    Avengers Earth mighties hero
    Last air bender
    Spartacus first season isepic
    Deep space 9
    TNG
    Friends
    How i met your mother, even though it ended badly
    Superman the animted series
    Medium
    Frasier
    Columbo
    Murder she wrote
    Diagnos Murders lol

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    Agreed about Barney Miller. I still watch it nearly every night on AntennaTV.
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    Whose Line Is It Anyway? It was always so much funnier than it's competion Friends.
    Why yes, I AM a Mark Goodson/Bill Toddman production.

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    X-Files
    Doctor Who (classic and NuWho)
    Battlestar Galactica
    Lost
    Stargate SG1
    Stargate Atlantis
    Firefly
    Buffy
    Angel
    Luthor
    Orphan Black
    Fringe
    The Twilight Zone
    Daredevil
    The Office
    Everybody Loves Raymond

    I'm sure I'm forgetting some
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    Quote Originally Posted by AJBopp View Post
    Whose Line Is It Anyway? It was always so much funnier than it's competion Friends.
    The funniest moment on that show was when Ryan Styles bumped his head on Drew Carey's desk and broke the neon sign. Of course, Ryan was not seriously injured. If he had been, it would not have been funny at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malvolio View Post
    The funniest moment on that show was when Ryan Styles bumped his head on Drew Carey's desk and broke the neon sign. Of course, Ryan was not seriously injured. If he had been, it would not have been funny at all.
    That's a great one, but for me the bar will always be TAPIOOOOOCA!
    Why yes, I AM a Mark Goodson/Bill Toddman production.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Whovian View Post
    X-Files
    Doctor Who (classic and NuWho)
    Battlestar Galactica
    Lost
    Stargate SG1
    Stargate Atlantis
    Firefly
    Buffy
    Angel
    Luthor
    Orphan Black
    Fringe
    The Twilight Zone
    Daredevil
    The Office
    Everybody Loves Raymond

    I'm sure I'm forgetting some
    That is an awesome list you have there! I would 100% agree with every show on it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AJBopp View Post
    That's a great one, but for me the bar will always be TAPIOOOOOCA!
    Colin Mochrie impersonating a dinosaur will always be tops for me.

    Oh, and there seems to be only one "d" in Todman.

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    Red Dwarf, Regular Show, futurama, mst3k, twilight zone and Lexx.

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    Oh yeah... definitely MST3K.

    I like the Britcoms too. Are You Being Served was on PBS constantly when I was a kid, but my favorites are 'Allo 'Allo, Blackadder, and As Time Goes By. Also liked Keeping Up Appearances (mainly for Daisy and Onslow), All Creatures Great and Small, Fawlty Towers, Spaced, The Young Ones. There are a few I haven't seen but would like to get to.

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    The complete series is on DVD, isn't it?

    I'm definitely all about the physical media. When the zombie apocalypse comes and TV and the Internet shut down, I'll still have my shows. If I can get a generator to work.
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    I'm now on the third season of STAR TREK (original series) in my current rewatch. This season gets a lot of negativity, but we'll see how it holds up. Over the weekend, I watched "Elaan of Troyius." I can remember just about every TOS episode, but funnily enough I had entirely forgotten this one. So I feel that my reaction to it was genuine and not influenced by nostalgia. It was, in the words of Spock, fascinating. I was totally sucked in by the performance of France Nuyen and I also really liked Jay Robinson's role as the ambassador Petri. Yeah, sure, if you wanted to, you could pick holes with the story, but why would you want to? I was entertained throughout. And I got really choked up in the final shot of the episode, where it's a wide shot of the bridge crew and it's a united nations of actors--something you didn't see much in those days and you still don't see in a lot of shows.

    Interesting trivia is that William Shatner and France Nuyen first appeared opposite each other on Broadway, in "The World of Suzie Wong." And after STAR TREK, they both appeared together in an episode of KUNG FU.
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