What popular television show have you never watched?

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What have you never watched?

  1. Dallas

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  2. The Simpsons

    14.8%
  3. Game of Thrones

    44.4%
  4. Breaking Bad

    74.1%
  5. The X Files

    22.2%
  6. Seinfeld

    48.1%
  7. Friends

    7.4%
  8. Doctor Who

    40.7%
  9. I Love Lucy

    29.6%
  10. Buffy the Vampire Slayer

    66.7%
  11. MASH

    37.0%
  12. Star Trek

    29.6%
  13. The Sopranos

    55.6%
  14. Dynasty

    7.4%
  15. The Big Bang Theory

    55.6%
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  1. Payton Cross

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    Okay thanks @Rove, i have seen some seasons from "That 70's Show, and i realy liked it but i never stay home for it.
    But I just don't know what it is with "Seinfeld", maybe the cast or like you said i just didn't get the humour, but your right maybe my taste have changed and will i like it now.

    Dallas TNT is fine, it's much better then i thought it would be. You should give it a try.
     
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    You're not wrong!


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    Oh good! I was worried I had oversold it. Could easily have been the mood I was in while watching!
     
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    Ha! Yes, I feel like that sometimes when I talk about a show. I'll say that I struggled with the first couple of episodes in season 5, I couldn't decide if it was the episodes or myself that was disjointed, but as the season continued I realised just how friggin' amazing it was. Some of the things that came about literally blew me away and I had this extraordinarily need to start S5 again.


    I will also point out that your comments about S6 and how you struggled with parts of it really worked out well for me. I went into 6 with the thought that it wasn't going to be as good as its predecessor and obviously my expectations lowered somewhat - well, guess what... ??? Turns out I'm having a blast with S6. Yeah, it started off a bit iffy, but there is so much that I have loved about it. I don't think I would have enjoyed it as much as I am doing if I didn't go into it with that mindset.

    It's lost some of its heart, but I've managed to accept that and move on with the story. I don't know what is to become of the show, but I'm starting to hope they should be thinking about wrapping it up. I took to the changes in S6, but also feel that they shouldn't stray too much and give us a conclusion without trying to milk it for what they can.
     
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