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2012-09-29 10:10:44 PM

Waldo Pepper: FirstNationalBastard: Waldo Pepper: The Dick Van Dyke show is even better, 5 year run no "dreaded" years and did it all when separate beds where required for a married couple Easily #1


Andy Griffith Show is also in the top 5.

Yeah, but the color years drag down the overall rating of the show.

It was originally supposed to end after a 5 year run, but Andy decided at the last second to sign on for a few more years, while Don Knotts had already committed to a bunch of films for Universal.

the color years are really just a dream and never existed in real life


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2012-09-29 10:26:13 PM

born_yesterday: Dr Cox, where do you think we are?

/chills


That whole episode would have worked a lot better if JambalayaDingDong hadn't pulled the same trick in The Sixth Sense three years earlier.
 
2012-09-29 11:19:58 PM

GAT_00: I'm sorry, the only correct answer is The West Wing.



I continue to maintain that West Wing is the best Science Fiction show there ever was. Seriously, a smart, educated president who's decisions are informed by a loyal, intelligent staff with no agendas save making America, and by extension, the World a better place for everyone? What were they smoking when they came up with all that crazy stuff? I half expected the Vice President to be a Yeti riding a Unicorn.


/purchased the entire DVD set a few weeks ago
//Halfway through Season 2
 
2012-09-30 02:05:59 AM
COACH: What's up, Normie?
NORM : My nipples, it's freezing out there.

SAM : What's new, Norm?
NORM : Terrorists, Sam. They've taken over my stomach and they're
demanding beer.

SAM : What's the story, Norm?
NORM : Boy meets beer. Boy drinks beer. Boy meets another beer.

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2012-09-30 08:08:12 AM
I find that art forms always seem to peak with whatever show I happened to watch during the time in my life when I was mature enough to "get" things and still young enough to have an original thought.
 
2012-09-30 08:56:37 AM

sidcart42: I find that art forms always seem to peak with whatever show I happened to watch during the time in my life when I was mature enough to "get" things and still young enough to have an original thought.


Wow, you must have thought up this brilliant comment about 30 years ago, dumbass.
 
2012-09-30 05:33:43 PM

PacManDreaming: Speaker2Animals: WTF? Were you posted to Outer Mongolia for 11 years? The number one show, multiple Emmy winner and you never watched it? OK.

It happens. I've never seen an entire episode of Seinfeld. As in never. Just didn't appeal to me



You're doing it wrong.

/watching Seinfeld right now
 
2012-10-01 09:54:57 AM

Strongbeerrules: No love for Married.....With Children?


None here, that show was depressing
 
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