I'd have to vote on The West Wing, actually. Talk about a shocker. John Goodman is the (interim?) president now?
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The Shield. A satisfying ending which makes me look forward to next year, when, by the looks of things....EVERYTHING CHANGES! Am I going to have to wait till January again? The wait was interminable last time around!
Also, a little off the beaten path, and it was a while ago (though I just saw it replayed earlier this week), but I would have to give a nod to the 3-part Justice League finale, which Cartoon Network presented as a TV movie (new episodes start July 5th).
Originally posted by HomerJFongLaw & Order, simply for the way they ripped the hinges off the creep-o-meter.
Which one? They only have about a half dozen different LAw & Orders on the tube nowadays.
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Where's the love for OZ? Violent, a Don't Fuck With Quernz comment, violent, and enough storylines left open for me to delude myself that it could possibly return to the air. Also, I must say on the season finale of West Wing: John Goodman did look Presidential. That's a phrase I never thought would enter the English language.
I consider the switch from Pathetic to Loser to be a promotion.
I agree on The West Wing. Sorkin went out with a bang - the last two episodes this season may well have been the best yet. Whomever takes over is going to have some huge shoes to fill - and they better not fuck this storyline up.
I agree with Big Bad--TWW was the best, not only for the surprise ending but for the overall episode as well. Then again, on any given week I'll probably think TWW had the best show of the week...I just hope the new writers can keep that up next season.
The Simpsons finale(s) was very funny, especially the Beatles stuff and Moe with Maggie (woman: "Awww, she looks just like you." Moe: "Are you saying she's repugnant, because we're gonna have a problem...")
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Originally posted by SchippeWreckI've never seen King Ralph, but isn't it weird to wear a Packers jacket AND a Cubs hat? Or does the rivalry not carry over from football to baseball?
No, it doesn't. We've got a whole bunch of Cubbies fans up here in Titletown, USA...probably as many as Brewers fans. Milwaukee baseball's been so bad for so long that a lot of folks have latched onto the Cubs, even if they are from Chicago.
Come football season, though, wear a Bears jacket and you get a whole bunch of evil eyes upon you...such as mine. :-)
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