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    Started Love Live! School Idol Project.

    Also started watching American Dad! again. My god, this show got weird. (I left off at the one with multiple Fathers' Days, I just saw the one where Stan becomes addicted to slot car racing)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kes View Post
    Roseanne (seasons 1 and 2). I hadn't ever seen it, and I know she's a horrible person IRL so I was conflicted about it, but it's just ... so much better than the vast majority of recent sitcoms I've watched. Even the trans jokes are less offensive than would be average in 2019. I can laugh with (most of) the stuff on this show rather than feel attacked. Basically I'm appalled that the spirit of this show's writing hasn't seemed to be taken up much since. It started for me with a YouTuber's analysis of the show, and even the way it was ended (originally) sounds reasonable to me. I live in hope that a spinoff where Roseanne's character is dead might be good television, but I haven't seen that yet.

    YMMV. I mean, I genuinely love shows like My So-Called Life, and I've seen every season of Full House literally because I couldn't look away from the trainwreck once I started. My tolerance for late-80s/early-90s entertainment might be unusually high for a 26 year old.

    Yea Roseanne is ridiculous but I can't dislike the show. It's really hard. It was important to me growing up and was so relatable. I watched reruns endlessly on maternity leave because it was on TV so much. Still funny AF and even moreso as an adult where I can understand their side of things and not just the kids.

    The Conners is...not trash? But it's not great. There are some laughs for sure still but it's not the same without Roseanne and just leaves me a bit depressed feeling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kupomog View Post
    Yea Roseanne is ridiculous but I can't dislike the show. It's really hard. It was important to me growing up and was so relatable. I watched reruns endlessly on maternity leave because it was on TV so much. Still funny AF and even moreso as an adult where I can understand their side of things and not just the kids.

    The Conners is...not trash? But it's not great. There are some laughs for sure still but it's not the same without Roseanne and just leaves me a bit depressed feeling.
    I agree I watched little of the Conners it was ok but it was missing Roseanne even though they got rid of her it wasn't the same

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    Goof Troop on DVD.
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    Five seasons of Broad City over like, two days. I now feel a LOT better about who I am as a person in my twenties. Like, I could be way worse.
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    I still need to finish Broad City. I loved the first two seasons, though.

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    watched the entirety of i think you should leave in an afternoon (can't be more than a couple hours total). i thought it lived up to the hype. was laughing out loud consistently throughout, which i don't normally do even when i find something funny

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    I finished all of Cheers a month back. I don't think I've ever seen a sitcom uphold its high quality consistently (for as long as 11 seasons) the way this show did. Especially with the major change that takes place halfway through.

    Sam and Diane is also the gold standard for the 'will they, won't they'. Entire cast is lightning in a bottle. I think this might slightly edge out Seinfeld for me as favorite multi-camera sitcom.

    Currently on season 2 of Frasier which I'm liking too.

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    Mr.Show and the first seasons of Frasier & 3rd Rock from the sun.

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    Family Guy Blue Harvest on Adult Swim
    Simpsons: 4 > 6 = 7 > 5 > 3 > 8 > 2 > 14 > 15 > 13 = 10 > 9 > 16 > 20 > 1 > 24 = 21 > 26 > 22 = 25 > 23 > 19 = 27 > 18 = 28 > 12 > 11 > 17 = 29

    Family Guy: 4 > 3 > 2 > 1 > 5 = 6 > 15 > 16 > 10 > 14 > > 7 = 11 = 9 > 8 > 12 = 13

    American Dad: 4 > 3 > 2 > 1 > 6 > 5 > 8 > 9 > 7 = 11 > 10 > 13 (so far) > 12

    The Cleveland Show: 2 > 1 > 4 > 3

    Futurama: 5 > 4 = 1 > 2 = 3 > 7 > 6

    Rick and Morty: 2 > 1 > 3

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    Dark Shadows, an old soap opera about vampires.

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    Antiques Roadshow (Streamed it because I fell asleep 1/2 way through it)

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    Season 1 finale of Dilbert.
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    The Center of Sports

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    Doom Patrol finally was insane and bizarre and gave me a trickle of answers, everything I wanted. Wonderful first season.

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    I'm doing a watch-through of Ripper Street, which I'm enjoying a lot. I'm just on to season 2 now.

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    Monk - "Mr. Monk's 100th Case"

    I finished the series earlier this month, now I'm just rewatching random episodes. I liked the idea of having most of the episode being an in-universe TV documentary about Monk solving his 100th case. This was an enjoyable episode.

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    Fleabag on Amazon Prime. Clever use of perspective to tell a story. Adorable characters, damn good acting, and overall just plain funny. I hope it gets some Emmys love.

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    season 3 of The Good Place was added to Netflix Tuesday so I've been slowly making my way through{it's only 12 episodes}. really excited for the next season, cannot wait to see how this is going to end

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    Star vs The Forces of Evil. Just finished it.

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    CSI Miami, which has the best actor ever: David Caruso.

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    The last television show which I watched was narcos season 2. The show is one of my favorites and never gets boring. It is based on the drug cartels of the early nineties and is a very awesome show. It tells us the bloody history of these cartels and also teaches us certain values like when everything goes away it's only family that stays and nothing else. In my opinion it is a sure watch for anyone and I am awaiting the third season now.
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    Undone on Amazon hooked me through its eight episode first season. It's a comedy-drama with cool, 3D 'water color-like' animation filtered over live-action performance. The lead (played by Rosa Salazar) and the dynamic she shares with her father (Bob Odenkirk) is definitely the strongest and most engaging part of the show. Also the sci-fi aspect is quite the mind trip. If you're craving something mysterious, thoughtful, and whimsical, give this series a shot. Each episode is only 22 minutes.

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    Binging through JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. Just started the Egypt arc.

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    Star Gate Atlantis s2 ep 18 on my q box watching Jeremy Vine now. on Five.

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    It's Always Sunny.

    Don't really watch much TV anymore though. Listen to quite a bit of radio instead, find it requires less attention
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    I've been doing a full re-watch of Criminal Minds. It's Depression Season, so the comfort TV feels good, plus this gives me time to watch them all again before the last season airs.

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    Mr. Mercedes. Interesting observation while watching this recent episode. Kate Mulgrew from Star Trek: Voyager is in the show and it is filmed in Charleston, SC. The character Harry Kim on Star Trek: Voyager is from Charleston, SC.

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    Last night's Always Sunny. It's still a pretty entertaining show, for being in its 14th season.

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    It's Always Sunny - "The Gang Hits the Slopes"



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