Outside of Raw/Smackdown, the only show I make an effort to see every week when it's on is Oz. I wish the WWF writers were half as sharp as these guys when it comes to keeping a ton of storylines juggling at once. Though I must say the creepy Luke Perry visions are a bit weird even for this show.
I used to watch Ed very closely, and now I'm sad that I don't have the time to... I try to watch Enterprise often, as well, as I like that show...
---=---:---=--- [Look up a line] Wow, that belt looks like crap... I'll take it and carry it around for years and see if people can take it away from me... What? What was that? You mean even THIS belt doesn't matter! What? I'm insulted! Get away from me you... you... defiler!
I am of course a big Star Trek: Deep Space Nine nut, although I can't seem to find it in my area at the moment. Here's hoping my collection of taped episodes holds out long enough for them to get off their asses and release on DVD! Yay!
I recently saw “The Education of Max Bickford” (I think that's the name) while over at Applebee's on my lunch break. That's a very good show, from what I can tell.
I'm also liking the new Trek series, Enterprise. But it's been awhile since I've been able to see it.
Oh, yes, almost forgot one of the funniest shows on television-- Whose Line is it Anyway? Both the American and British versions of the show are absolutely hysterical, with no less than ten laugh-out-loud moments every episode.
I personally prefer the American version of the show, because the African-American comedian (I don't remember his name) on the show is absolutely funnier than hell. Particularly when he imitates women during the Dating Game segments.
Definitely worth a look-see.
And that, as they say, is that.
“Bow-wow-wow, yippee-yo-yippee-yay, Oil of Olay all day, every day!”
Man I forgot about Whose Line Is It Anyway, that is an awesome show. And if you prefer the American version (which I do) it comes on twice a night on the ABC Family channel at 9 pm (central time zone). And the African American's name I believe is Wayne, i think last name Brady?
IRON CHEF !!!!! and Frasier, CSI (Marg Helgenberger has always been a favorite), Friends (for classic Joey lines & looks) and Alias.........guilty pleasure that I normally wouldn't admit to would be the rare glimpse of The Lost World
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Buffy is my favorite drama, The Simpons my favorite comedy. Also, I like Ed, 24, Smallville (but I never gets to watch it), Sopranos, Six Feet Under, Alias, The Practice, Law & Order(just the original, I don't like either spin-off either time I've seen it) and of course Raw/Smackdown.
We were watching "The Weakest Link" as a lead-in to RAW until they started running that other crappy show in its place. Now it's "Millionaire", just because it's there, and it is officially the only broadcast network television show we watch ever (we don't have "Smackdown!" available here.)
The rest of the week, it's hockey via DirecTV's "NHL Center Ice" package and the old G/T shows on GSN or maybe VH-1.
Man I'm supised that Quezzy forgot Battle of the Go-Bots!
And I'll second Adult Swim, probably the best block of programming on TV right now. Except for that Baby Blues show they started playing recently. I also dig The Simpsons, Family Guy, Tick (Man we need reruns of this on some station) and South Park on the cartoon front.
My other Fav Shows:
-Smallville (Or as I like to call it, "The Lex Luthor Show"...you know he should be the lead!)
-Angel (Never get to see it, but I think it stomps all over Buffy.)
-Buffy Recently (didn't like the older ones, but the ones I've seen recently have been pretty good.)
-Samuari Jack (I just really dig the art design of the show.)
-Who's line is it anyway? (Fun stuff.)
-Drew Carey Show (Another one I never get to see anymore)
-The Man Show (Only for the Malone segments. Karl Malone don't like Lesbians!)
There's been friction between Eisner and Miramax for a while -- over what exactly, I dunno, but I remember reading about it at least back when Pixar was leaving, maybe sooner; before the Michael Moore thing, in any case.