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    Default favourite TV show

    Simpsons
    Southpark
    FamilyGuy
    American Dad
    King Of The Hill
    Futurama

    Seinfeld
    Frasier
    3rd Rock
    Star Trek
    Dukes of Hazzard

    I pretty much only like mindless tv

    I watched that show, D.E.A., fu*k, you people will give a badge and a gun to any old bunch of yahoos and turn em loose on the public. Dog the bounty hunter....fag (had great hair though).

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    I'm kinda with you there advance. Thse shows like DEA, SWAT (the reality ones) etc. those cops always seem to punk it up for the camera. Can't stand that shit, it makes them look stupid and unprofessional. Stupid and unprofessional is Dogs catch phrase. He isn't law enfocement and his badge was bought from a toy store.

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    i'm gonna go with FBI files!!!
    wise men talk because they have something to say and fools because they have to say something....plato

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    @advance..
    I woulda pinned you to all of those shows.. except for Frasier.

    That one surprised me.

    I dont watch any shows on a reg basis. Had a few thousand channels for the last number of years.. sat tuner inside the pc, btw. I hit Natgeo / Civ / Military usually. Sucks theres no actually 'music channel' nowdays. All they show is reality tv.

    Carol Burnett was on the CBC radio the other day.. and she was saying how they just cant do comedy/variety shows like back in those days now.. cause scene changing/ outfits/ etc .. the cost is just massive now compared to back then. A reality shows costs nearly nothing in comparison. These show production teams are increasing the % income. Nice..

    Even the kids shows sorta suck nowdays. Not talkin Southpark etc though.. my oldest is only 6. Some of that is ok.. I dunno tho.. lol. I torrent'd a bunch of WB stuff for him to watch. He hits that dvd set now and then.. good old Bugs.. that 'anime' stuff though.. thats as crap as rap.. and I dont let him (or his 2yr old brother) watch it.
    (May you live in interesting times)

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    Pinks (host Rich Christensen is 2 cool and he's a MOPAR man!)
    Pinks All Out
    Ice Road Truckers
    Dirty Jobs, Deadliest Catch (anything that's Mike Rowe)
    Speed Channel
    ESPN2
    HGTV
    Red Green Show - Red's a master of duct tape.
    The Equalizer (1985) - No.1 "Hard Guy" with a real edge.

    Royal Pains - New - 1st season 2009
    "We need to change the things we can't accept."
    - Jill Flint, main character's new love interest
    in "Royal Pains"

    &

    BURN NOTICE


    Burn Notice: Batman in an Armani suit
    3rd season - New episodes start 10 July 2009.


    Jeffery Donovan (main character Mike Westen) drives his father's 1973 Dodge Charger 2-door coupe.


    Gotta love it. Mike's an "old-school" MOPAR man!


    How Mike's "old-school" 1973 Charger would look with "new-school" 21st century mods.

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    That Charger is SWEET! Red Green huh? Go figure. I watched ice road truckers last week, what a job. Need lots of hoots and metal on that run

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    Dexter
    The blood spatter expert working for the police who moonlights as a serial killer.
    I seek not to know the answers, but to understand the questions.

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    Lost,Prison Break,Forensic Files, and Deadliest Catch for me.

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    Not much of any tv for the ppl who were using FTA boxes as of today.
    (May you live in interesting times)

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    I've been sitting on the sidelines for the last week (recovering from an illness). I've gotten REAL aquainted with t.v. again. Most of it sucks but I guess my list is this.

    Rescue Me - Love it, got the DVR recording every episode plus catching up on all the seasons on HULU

    Nurse Jackie - So far it's been pretty good (only 2 episodes) plus for some reason I'd like to bang out Edie Falco with that short hair.

    Burn Notice - Didn't like it at first but it has grown on me, not to mention it has the GREATEST actor (second to Walken) ever Bruce Campbell, Yep I said GREATEST.

    Deadliest Catch - Best 'Reality' show and ONLY one I watch.

    It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia - Can't wait for that new season to start, it's SOOO Stupid it's funny.

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    Some of the best TV has to be the very first week of any of the Reality competion shows. I mean things like "So You Think You Dance" and "American Idol." They should make an entire series of nothing but auditions. I could care less about the shows, but I love the people who make a train wreck of things and ripped up by the judges. I find that I can't help but watch and laugh at these idiots.
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    Jesse's show premiers Wednesday, 2 December 2009 - 10 P.M. EST on TruTV.

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    OH, I just knew you were gonna be all over that show Wing. I have heard Jessie on a couple of radio shows, he's dumb as a brick and believes 100% that our gov't BLEW UP the Twin Towers and the Pentagon on 9-11 using explosives and Thermite Paint.....He got dropped on his head too many times in the ring. Now just wait! For you fans of Jessie, it's my understanding that he did a pretty ok job being a Governor. Maybe he got crazy after being released from office.
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    I have a few:

    1. Rescue Me (with Dennis Leary)
    2. Sons of Anarchy
    3. Lie to Me
    4. M*A*S*H
    "No, installing your fence is NOT an emergency"...

    - or -

    "It's call BEFORE you dig, not AFTER you've hit something."


    Yes, my avatar does describe my attitude towards many others...

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    Top Gear......Mythbusters......Man vs Wild
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