TV Shows to Watch/Binge - Current and All-Time
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On another note, im gonna lose black points for this, but my favourite comedy growing up was not Martin, Fresh Prince or Bill Cosby show (waaaaay too safe), but Married With Children.
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The Americans was the best show on TV.
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BenIR Wrote:The Americans was the best show on TV.

Word. And did you see how they brought back Derek Luke at the end to remind us that's who Elizabeth truly loves, and just settled for Philip who let her down by abandoning the cause. He wanted to stay in America so bad...

vesuvius Wrote:On another note, im gonna lose black points for this, but my favourite comedy growing up was not Martin, Fresh Prince or Bill Cosby show (waaaaay too safe), but Married With Children.


Loved MWC, as do most GenX kids like me. It's so tame by today's post South Park standards, but back in 1987 the "Moral Majority" was calling it soft core porn.

As hot as Kelly Bundy was, I never understood why Al never wanted to fuck his wife. I would have wrecked Peggy.

This show was the first time I ever saw Joey Lauren Adams who I had a thing for long before Chasing Amy...

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Shotgun Styles Wrote:As hot as Kelly Bundy was, I never understood why Al never wanted to fuck his wife. I would have wrecked Peggy.
Because she was an awful person (though hilarious). She gave zero fucks about anybody and just wore people down emotionally. Besides he fucked her plenty early on in the relationship.
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vesuvius Wrote:
Shotgun Styles Wrote:As hot as Kelly Bundy was, I never understood why Al never wanted to fuck his wife. I would have wrecked Peggy.
Because she was an awful person (though hilarious). She gave zero fucks about anybody and just wore people down emotionally. Besides he fucked her plenty early on in the relationship.


I should clarify: having been married, I know EXACTLY why he didn't want to bang. But as a youngster, I didn't get it.

They also had a bevvy of playmates on that show.
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MWC was the shit! Besides the Sopranos, here are a couple of my favorite shows from back in the day!

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New York Undercover. Man that brings me back. I forgot all about that show.

Like NYPD Blue, minus all that pesky racism.
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Cartoon time.

Childhood cartoon crush.

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thatonebigdude Wrote:I'm picky when it comes to TV, and my top 5 is constantly in flux based on how I feel at the moment.
Right now, my list is as follows:

The Expanse (if it keeps being consistent, it could become the best action/sci-fi series I've seen,
ever)

BSG Remake (grown up, mature, dark and intricate science fiction; I even love the last season)

The Sopranos (probably the single greatest TV series of all time)

Longmire (incredibly overlooked, imo. It's not something I heard too many people talking about
when it was on A&E, and after Netflix got it I converted many of my friends)

Breaking Bad (the quintessential modern tragedy, and it went out on the best possible
terms, simply a masterpiece)

There are a few honorable mentions; The Wire, Lost (before it got lost deep in its own asshole), House of Cards, Hannibal. If you ask me this question another day, I might have one or more of these in my top 5, they're all that good, imo.

Longmire is solid. It's always amusing when they still need to go to Australia to cast weathered American cowboys. Hannibal is a good shout. Should have been on cable. Sopranos is quality but, for me, it doesn't surpass the masterpiece that is the Wire. Tony Soprano is the singular force and focus of that show so it's hard to compare it to a multi-narrative ensemble masterpiece.

Speaking of David Simon, did anyone catch the first season of 'The Deuce'?, a hat tip to the early NY porn scene.

Mindhunters was another recent show that really worked. David Fincher's involvement elevates most things. Early Luther with Ruth Wilson (Alice) was captivating. Good to see Idris with a role that can somewhat move him on from Stringer Bell.
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