jayhawk88: It's a little cliche to mention it, but after watching the entire run, I'm ready to put Freaks and Geeks up on the "died too young" list. Initially I just considered it throwing my wife a bone when she suggested it, since she put up with 9 seasons of Stargate, but dammit if I didn't care about the growth the characters were experiencing by the end of the run.
Benalto: My vote is for The Good Guys. Absolutely hilarious.
red5ish: Do I really need a 10-page slideshow to remind me to be pissed off?
Spanky_McFarksalot: Sports Night was a crap show that people talk about to sound smart and edgy. Like eternal sunshine. It sucked and everyone knows it sucked including the people who claim to like it.
realmolo: . The problem with "Sports Night" is that I just don't care about sports, and I think people that DO care about sports are idiots.
rugman11: SuperSeriousMan: I'm still annoyed about Terriers. I really want to know which way the turned at the end of the final episode.That's such a great show, but I didn't really mind the open ending. That show works so well as a cohesive whole that it's almost better it didn't have to top itself later.
Jarhead_h: Also,. apparently no voice work has yet been ordered for another Season of Young Justice, which is the only tv project to come out of DC since Justice League Unlimited that's worth watching.
OtherLittleGuy: Human Target and The Finder (RIP Michael Clarke Duncan).For the latter, I want a Bones crossover wrapup episode where Booth punches the Gypsy Leader in the face. Repeatedly.
GAT_00: Fear_and_Loathing: What no Firefly?Ugh, only five posts before one of you people.What this list is actually missing is Better Off Ted.
Dumb-Ass-Monkey: One of my favoritest things ever, the really really really NSFW outtakes from Better Off Ted
HotWingAgenda: And Batman and Superman are absolutely perfect - a cold, calculating mastermind with no social skills, and a stiff, emotionless Nietzschian superman, again with no social skills.
JosephFinn: Dumb-Ass-Monkey: One of my favoritest things ever, the really really really NSFW outtakes from Better Off TedYou magnificently tanned shiatbird.
KellyKellyKelly: No MST3K? Fark this list in the ear.
White_Scarf_Syndrome: Star TrekWhat was that one with Ron Livingston in space?It was pretty bad, but man I totally got caught up in it. The writing was so bad, but I still got caught up in it.I'm sure Quantum Apostrophe might remember it?
Time Traveling Bunnies: Let's go steal us a reunion (episode).Would love a Leverage tv-movie in a few years.
HempHead: If you liked Leverage, check out the British series "Hustle" it was based on. And "the Real Hustle" where con men show you how to be a grifter.
eaglepuss: Now and Again
Flint Ironstag: Fans of Gina Bellman from Leverage should watch Coupling. She's a hoot in that and it's a great show.
eddievercetti: Dark side: It was the unofficial start to SciFi becoming Syfy.
Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: Flint Ironstag: Fans of Gina Bellman from Leverage should watch Coupling. She's a hoot in that and it's a great show.Duly and truly noted and quoted - thanks for the head's up!
Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: KellyKellyKelly: No MST3K? Fark this list in the ear.Screwed over by not one, but TWO networks, no less.The damn station manager transitions made that possible at both Comedy Central and Sci-Fi Channel. The show ended up in the hands of two dumb farks who didn't know/care what to do with it.
cman: No "Chuck"?
Jarhead_h: Reboot still needs an ending.
awfulperson: always bump good sci-fi before it has a chance to take off. The three most recent examples in my mind were Journeyman, FlashForward, and The Event. And yes, the Sarah Connor Chronicles needed to continue.
Into the blue again: /so leverage was a good show?
Mid_mo_mad_man: The ending to Angel was just horrible.
FeedTheCollapse: you know, as much as I love MST3k, I can see it being a headache of a show to deal with in terms of securing rights/royalties and in taking up a 2-hour timeslot. Granted, i'm a bit miffed that Sci-Fi stopped carrying it so it can air bullshiat, but that just kind of seems par for the course for Sci-Fi.
eddievercetti: Comedy Central had a clusterfark of shows and they didn't know what to do with any of them. They kept the shows with big ratings and ditched MST. And we know why Sci Fi dumped MST3K year later...
JosephFinn: Oh yeah, Coupling is pretty awesome. The guy who played Ted in Better Off Ted was in the disastrous American version, but he escaped.
razyjean: Jarhead_h: Reboot still needs an ending.If you mean this Reboot:[encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com image 251x201]They had an ending, and then two movies. It all aired on Cartoon Network about 8 years ago. You can see the re-runs here: Toonami Aftermath
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