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    CHOO GOT AGAINST FULL HOUSE, FOO'?

    Watched it while I was growing up, rewatched it in syndication a few years later, and then rewatched it again more recently (on DVDs, on Nickelodeon, etc). Guilty pleasure perhaps, but I've always liked that show and its over-the-top saccharineness
    I'm actually revisiting the series right now on Netflix. I watched the first 4 seasons during it's original run (I could only take so much sappiness) then caught some episodes in syndication (on Comedy Network in Canada) here and there about a decade later. MASH and Seinfeld are the only ones I've watched all the way through more than once. I would have a much longer list for shows I've seen every episode of.
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    The Simpsons (legitimate run and then up to at least season 16)
    Seinfeld
    The Office (US)
    Scrubs
    LOST
    Fringe
    The Sopranos

    Shows like Mad Men or Breaking Bad I have seen more than once through, except I don't think it counts for each of their final halves because while I have seen those episodes several times out of obsession, I still have not viewed it all in one go yet since obviously they ended so recently. Same goes for Dexter.

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    Not including shows with only one season:
    Classic Simpsons-I've seen all of seasons 1-12 many many times.
    Fawlty Towers-It amazes me how a show with only 12 episodes manages to be so re watchable. Evan when I think I know an episode off by heart, there's always going to be something that I missed out that I discover on a re watch.
    The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin- Watching the show in full is always a joy. The books are great too
    Cheers-I've never sat down to watch the full show, but I've definitely seen every episode at least twice
    That '70s Show-Seen it twice. The show was great, no matter how stupid it sometimes got.
    The Critic-God, I love the critic. Great, underrated show
    And probably some more that I can't think of. Also, I finished watching all of How I Met Your Mother for the first time yesterday.
    This thread just makes me feel bad about how many great TV shows I have yet to see. I haven't even seen Breaking Bad yet (but don't worry, I got the box set last weekend, and I'll get around to watching it shortly)

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    Classic Doctor Who
    Simpsons season 1-13
    and tons of sitcoms

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    Besides The Simpsons, the only shows I've seen the entire run of multiple times are Family Guy and the original run of Futurama.

    Also this probably doesn't count, but I've seen every episode of The Weird Al Show numerous times as I'd play the hell out of that DVD set.
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    I only have one answer: Kenny vs. Spenny.

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    Peep Show

    But I've recently learned that this might mean I'm an incel.
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    FLCL (so short, why not?)
    Mission Hill (same)
    Clone High (same)
    X-Men: Evolution
    Static Shock
    Jackie Chan Adventures
    Teen Titans
    Azumanga Daioh
    Cubix; Robots for Everyone
    Phil of the Future


    Only two of those broke 60 episodes. You can see why.

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