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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky Maroon View Post
    Comedy- Malcolm, almost any decent sitcom (including The Office, Seinfeld, Two and a Half Men, etc etc), Freaks and Geeks (close but not exactly sitcom), Psych (same with F&G), Cheap Seats (top flight sarcasm).
    Animated (changed the category since I don't really watch "cartoons" per se): Clerks: The Animated Series, Corneil and Bernie, Daria (topper flight sarcasm).
    Other Kid Shows- Ned's Declassified, Drake and Josh (not too much, really).
    Soaps- Nope
    Celebrity Reality Show- Nope
    General Public Reality Show- Nope
    I just turned on Nick and saw Ned's Declassified, and forgot it is one of the ones I like. So I added it to mine.

    I also forgot about Two and a Half Men, thats one of my fav shows.
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    Gotta love that Bigby.
    you wanna follow the laws of man?
    bloody apron, leg of lamb.
    it's so hard to win...
    when there's so much to lose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky Maroon View Post
    Gotta love that Bigby.
    yep watching it now, are you?
    Follow Malcolm in the Middle cast members on Twitter: twitter.com/MITM/cast

    Be fans of Justin Berfeild's (Reese) new production company, Virgin Produced on Facebook and Twitter

    and while you are at it, add me on facebook and twitter

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    Nope, but I've seen 'em all. Whenever I catch it on the TVGuide, I watch some.

    Shows directed towards younger people get more boring after the first runthrough, but more sophisticated ones can get even better the next few times around. For example, I don't think there's any subtle joke I missed in the series, unfortunately.
    you wanna follow the laws of man?
    bloody apron, leg of lamb.
    it's so hard to win...
    when there's so much to lose.

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    Comedy: Malcolm In the Middle, Seinfeld, Monk
    it doesnt matter if they are repeats and I have seen every episode of Malcolm and Seinfeld 3 times, I will watch those before other sitcoms. I get annoyed with others that they are lame and not to funny.

    drama: Law and order, Criminal minds, Breaking Bad

    mindgames all

    soap opera: no
    cartoon: not really any more

    reality: total crap I never watch the shows themselves, but I'll confess to sometimes watching Talk Soup or whatever summary shows just so that I know what is going on and am not culturally clueless and stuck in a time warp from the pre-reality era. I can name the highlights from different ones like Ozzy being unintelligible, the "Chicken of the sea" question or the %$*& that valet stole my Porshe problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MalcolmFun View Post
    Comedy: Malcolm In the Middle, Seinfeld, Monk
    it doesnt matter if they are repeats and I have seen every episode of Malcolm and Seinfeld 3 times
    Only 3? I've seen Francis Escapes on TV like eight or nine times! MITM was on Monday nights here, so on all the long weekends they'd show a rerun, and it was always that episode.

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    Only 3? I've seen Francis Escapes on TV like eight or nine times! MITM was on Monday nights here, so on all the long weekends they'd show a rerun, and it was always that episode.
    Let me be more specific and maybe one up you. Malcolm is the only show I have recorded and saved every single episode. (I would never have bothered with all the trouble if they would actually sell the DVD but there you go....)
    I have specifically watched the entire series 3 times, in order, from my recordings. So that is just the baseline. That only takes about 3 months if you watch 1 or 2 a day and isnt to hard if you dont really watch much current TV

    you can add on the times I watched while I was originally recording it and the episodes I watched in the first years of the show before I said hey let me record this show. Since I have it recorded there is no reason for me to watch in syndication any more but the novelty of sometimes getting someone else to watch an episode with me may cause me to do so anyway That last one is the best actually and what gave me the idea to contribute to the thread about fan generated commentary.

    Not really sure I can match 8 or 9 for any particular episode though.

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    I had the idea of recording the episodes early in Season 4, and I also have the whole of Season 5, and the last 4 I think of Season 2.

    Now that I have the whole series either on disc or on my hard drive, I just watch those instead, advertisment-free. In NZ there were only 2 ad-breaks per show, but here there are 3, the first being within 5 minutes of the show even starting!

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    I watched the first 3 seasons on malcolm and bits of the 4th but bbc2 was crap so anyway I have watched the rest last year, the whole run of the series then and this year and there are still jokes I only just get and things I notice now and I love it so much I can watch them again and again. Sky one is great with repeats and have a really good time slot so its great getting my fix every night.

    The only other sitcom I can bear to watch over and over again is the simpsons.

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    I'm going to be strict with myself and only pick one each, else I'll be here all night.

    Comedy- Seinfeld (sorry folks!)
    Cartoon- South Park
    Kid shows- Pocoyo's pretty trippy, and it has Stephen Fry narrating so it automatically goes up in my estimation
    Soap Operas - Coronation Street, love it!
    Reality Show- Well I don't really like them, but I am partial to spot of X Factor of a Saturday night

    Best TV show ever is The Wire: FACT!
    You'll Never Walk Alone!

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