dripping with sarcasm: No WKRP Turkey episode?
Badgers: No Highlander, Babylon 5, Archer, Dead Like Me, Farscape or any of the Star Trek series?
I found the BBC version of House of Cards not nearly as entertaining as the Netflix remake.
The idea of Great Britain having a king was not shocking or interesting to me.
TedCruz'sCrazyDad: I found the BBC version of House of Cards not nearly as entertaining as the Netflix remake.
OtherLittleGuy: Badgers: No Highlander, Babylon 5, Archer, Dead Like Me, Farscape or any of the Star Trek series?Babylon 5, Seasons 2-4, would be the three-day weekend.
fusillade762: TedCruz'sCrazyDad: I found the BBC version of House of Cards not nearly as entertaining as the Netflix remake.Watched about an episode and a half of the Netflix version but just couldn't get into it. I think it was the fact that all the characters just seem so despicable it's hard to root for or identify with anyone.
Pincy: List completely fails without Columbo.
DeltaPunch: Hrm, Black Books sounds kinda cool. Anybody recommend it?
Pincy: DeltaPunch: Hrm, Black Books sounds kinda cool. Anybody recommend it?My wife really likes it but I could just never quite get into it. It's not bad, but it's no IT Crowd. Of course, that may be a very unfair comparison. Few shows live up to the genius of IT Crowd.
dopekitty74: I've watched some episodes of The Rifleman while cuddling with one of my FWBs. Normally not into westerns, but the stories pull me in./no torchwood?
bill4935: Sounds like you never saw the episode of Black Books that had Manny and a piano in the same room. (Won't spoil it, but it was one of the funniest things I've ever seen.) I'd put Black Books above Spaced but below IT Crowd. (And I put Father Ted above IT Crowd.)
ProdigalSigh: [www.bbc.co.uk image 396x222]Ahem?
Omahawg: is there no love for square pegs?also, rockford files still kicks ass even if jim always got his beat
Dwight_Yeast: While the Rockford Files is cool because there is some continuation of narrative, it gets boring if you watch too much of it all at one time, as the episode format is always the same.
Third Day Mark: When I was living without cable, I picked up MeTV and Retro TV, it introduced me to The Rifleman, MASH, Naked City, Highway 66, and most importantly, my all-time favorite, I Spy. I highly recommend any of those, but especially I Spy. Bill Cosby & Robert Culp have a chemistry that still holds up almost 50 years later and the stories, cheesy as they may be sometimes, really show some cool scenery around the world. Mainly though, the back-and-forth between the two leads is worth it.
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