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Top 5 of your tv shows of all time.

Discussion in 'TV & Video' started by androidOG, Jan 24, 2011.

  1. PrinceCorwin

    PrinceCorwin Android Expert

    In no order

    M.A.S.H.
    Game Of Thrones
    Walking Dead
    Seinfeld
    Breaking Bad

    Honorable Mentions: Happy Days, Sons of Anarchy, V(original), Highlander, Star Trek (TNG)
     



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  2. PrinceCorwin

    PrinceCorwin Android Expert

    Man, I like your style!
     
  3. Vanquish3r

    Vanquish3r Lurker

    In no order...

    Seinfeld
    Family Guy
    Arrested Development
    30 Rock
    The Office (U.S.)


    Honorable Mention...

    It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
     
  4. SVDM Apps

    SVDM Apps Newbie

    1. The Sopranos
    2. Dr. House
    3. Breaking Bad
    4. Futurama
    5. Mad Men
     
  5. Alexbrown0120

    Alexbrown0120 Lurker

    Glee
    HIMYM
    South Park
    Dexter
    Mr Bean
     
  6. Jesseroz

    Jesseroz Lurker

    The Wire
    Breaking Bad
    Prison Break
    Dexter
    Game of Thrones
     
  7. SiempreTuna

    SiempreTuna Android Expert

    Tough one as they change all the time, but currently, in no particular order (well, alphabetic order):

    Burn Notice
    Engrenages (='Spiral' - French detective show)
    Poirot
    Ripper Street
    The Mentalist

    Honourable mentions:

    8 Out of 10 Cats, Big Bang Theory, Coupling, Dexter, Drop the Dead Donkey, Have I Got News for You, House, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, NCIS (original, the LA one is pants), Porridge (original with Ronnie Barker), Red Dwarf, Sherlock, The Thick of It, Thunderbirds, Top Gear, Yes Minister

    .. I've got to stop: there are too many!

    Never knew I was such a TV addict :eek:
     
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  8. huh

    huh Android Expert

    hahahaha!
     
  9. AleKsanderV

    AleKsanderV Newbie

    1. Rocko's Modern Life
    2. Ren and Stimpy
    3. American Dad
    4. Family Guy
    5. The Walking Dead
     
  10. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

    ok so i'm resurrecting this old thread.....reading some of the post i forgot about how good weeds and entourage was. (and speaking of entourage......anybody see the movie trailer yet?)

    my top 5 are:
    1. Walking Dead
    2. Breaking Bad
    3. Lost
    4. Sons of Anarchy (binge watching on netflix)
    5. Homeland

    i like these new cable shows as they are not as restricive as network tv. the only exception is for the tv show Lost. i think that it was such a game changer on how a story (especially a tv story) can be told.
     
  11. Orion

    Orion Android Expert

    Well now that some years passed, I have to update my list.

    1.) Breaking Bad
    2.) The Walking Dead
    3.) Sons of Anarchy
    4.) 24
    5.) Married with Children
     
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  12. Mr. Lucky

    Mr. Lucky Android Expert

    All time? In no particular order, except as they popped into my head:
    * All In the Family
    * Soap
    * Taxi
    * Outer Limits (original B&W series)
    * Sopranos

    Can you tell I don't like what's on TV much these days?
     
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  13. SpyderBite

    SpyderBite Well-Known Member

    Magnum PI
    Drew Carey Show
    Tech TV
    Buck Rogers in the 21st Century
    Star Wars: Clone Wars
     
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  14. no one

    no one Android Expert

    5) Almost Live
    4) Family Guy
    3) The Kids In The Hall
    2) How I Met Your Mother
    1) Scrubs
     
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  15. Revenant Ghost

    Revenant Ghost Android Expert

    1. Star Trek: The Next Generation
    2. Game of Thrones
    3. The Walking Dead
    4. Welcome to the NHK (Anime; English dub - It has some dark humor on a psychological scale.)
    5. ?
     
  16. shalemail

    shalemail Android Expert

    Star Trek TOS
    Bob Newhart/Newhart
    Soap
    Batman 66
    The Flash (90's and the current version)
     
  17. Davdi

    Davdi Android Expert

    Breaking Bad
    6 Feet Under
    Star Trek TNG
    Stan Lee's Lucky Man
    True Blood
     
  18. Deleted User

    Deleted User Guest

    1. Star Trek:TNG
    2. The Office (UK original)
    3. Friends
    4. Frasier
    5. 24. All of it
     
  19. batboy

    batboy Android Enthusiast

    its hard but:

    1. Married with Children
    2. Star Trek TNG
    3. Star Trek DS9
    4. Frasier
    5. CSI

    :D
     
  20. davoid

    davoid Android Expert

    Star Trek TOS
    Kung Fu
    Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased)
    The Walking Dead
    Stargate: SG1

    I wish it had been a top 10, because hard decisions were made to miss out highly honourable mentions. (Monkey, Lost, Futurama, Doctor Who, The Prisoner)
     
  21. basic 101 user

    basic 101 user Android Enthusiast

    Lists like these always fun, but nearly impossible:thinking: Could pick 5 great comedies.....or just one, leave room for four dramas; But now 4 great comedies on cutting room floor. On and on.

    Five timeless essentials for a functional civilization:

    The PBS News Hour (Formerly The MacNeil- Lehrer News Hour), give the men their due. Smart people, discussing important issues, in a civil manner, with no commercial interruptions. And there are few women of her age as smart and appealing as Judy Woodruff.....timeless beauty.
    Sesame Street. You and I (may:rolleyes:) have outgrown it, but it continues to serve an essential viewership, reliably and well, generation after generation. I was in college when Jim Henson died, and I cried at the loss to mankind.
    The Simpsons. Reliably hilarious, some of the best possible writing, trivial operating budget, and in a framework which is completely malleable; Able to change over time, yet remain completely consistent through the decades, every leaf on every tree holding continuity, if required. Actors / characters which never age or stop looking the part, but can be "flash-backed" or forward 30 years in an instant if the script requires it. No camera position problems, lighting issues, or missed takes. Can just as easily be set in ancient Martian Jewish deli, or within the trunk of a mobster's car, parked in the core of a nuclear reactor. Cartoons......Limited only by your imagination, a great storytelling tool, far from child's play.
    The West Wing (For those of us over here) I love other Arron Sorkin stuff as well, but this has universal qualities I need from a drama, in a list like this. Again, a malleable framework which allows exploration of "plug-in" basic human experiences, and study them under the microscope of individual personal experiences, while simultaneously "telescoping" out to think about those same issues as universal, abstract philosophical ideas. Inevitably, all filtered through the lens of a conflicted, flawed Deity figure who while accountable and responsible, is merely the current, resident caretaker of an awesome responsibility passed from one (wo)man to the next, through the generations. Shakespearean, operatic at times.
    The Benny Hill Show. Do I welcome low - brow with open arms? Absolutely. Whether you are on your first beer or your fifth, it simply doesn't matter how many times that man steps on that garden rake, when it flies up an hits him in the nuts......it's funny every single time, and you gotta' have that to survive. (Can think of several former girlfriends who did not find it funny in the least, go figure).

    For the fun of it, and subject to change over time:

    Big Bang Theory, Absolutely Fabulous (good God, how I wanted the daughter as my GF), Barney Miller, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, MASH, Monty Python's flying circus, Twilight Zone, on and on and on:) And oh yeah......"Soap" does show up frequently, with good reason!
     
  22. Deleted User

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    Julia Sawalha. Yes, cute.

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