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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by SmilinGoat, Oct 13, 2008.
Sure, if you're a FAG.
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Documentaries are so 2003.
...besides the usual cartoon shows I think the only 'series' I watch and have downloaded is Kenny v. Spenny. Watch that whenever I need to laugh myself happy.
I used to really like The Office but stopped following it (someday will DL and catch up). Also Reno 911 is hilarious.
It's always sunny...
The OC (you'd be surprised)
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Its always sunny in philadelphia is seriously the funniest show Ive seen on TV in a while. That and the Office
Pfft. Star Trek DS9 is better. Also, Stargate SG1. And Grand Designs.
No one has mentioned Lucky Louie. Get it, truly a great comedy. One of those hidden gems
No they still rox. I'm currently watching (streaming) the PBS American Experience bio of Nixon. PBS is awesome for tonnes of great free streamed programming.
It was great, too bad it's over.
The first season of heroes was awesome, has sucked since
24 (last season was shit)
The Office (US and British)
Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Doctor Who 2005-present
I didn't like Planet Earth. Fantastic photography obviously, but the overbearing music and emotionalism (sad music plays whenever an animal dies) were ridiculous. Also, because they skip around the world barely mentioning where they're filming, you don't get the slightest idea of how the ecosystems work, or get any feel for the character of the region. And it builds up the tiniest picture of the animals it depicts. You just see one unusual trait from a given species, then skip quickly on halfway round the planet.
The best wildlife documentaries are those which are centred on one location, or following one species. The Natural World is sometimes absolutely fantastic despite the infinitely lower production values (particularly the last run I watched, with the snow leopards and Simon King filming tigers), the BBC's "Spy In The..." series are amazing (most recently following a tiger litter in Spy In The Jungle), and Big Cat Diary is always worth the watch. The latter can get very emotional, mainly thanks to Johnny Moustache, but because you're actually following the animals on a daily/weekly basis, there's a real emotional attachment with the animals.
Anyway, on topic...
Monty Python's Flying Circus
3rd Rock From The Sun
Fresh Prince Of Bel Air
First season of 24
First season of Boston Legal
oh nigga, nigga...u havent seen the wire yet?
a lot of great shows floating around but the wire looks pretty damn good against just about anything you care to mention.
i'm coming towards the end of season 3 btw.
The O.C (lol)
band of brothers(best)
these are the only ones i watch(ed)
Heroes season 1 = good
Heroes season 2 = suck
Heroes season 3 = good so far, potential to be great
Oh yeah, I forgot Lost...
Balls of Steel, there are a few good segments in it
Most of these suggestions suck--download Titus instead.
You won't be sorry.
propably the worst comedy/comedian ever. it's SO awful.