Are there any TV shows you're embarrassed to say how many times you've watched them?

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  1. Dave Shoop

    Dave Shoop Member

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    I guess I'm just not receptive to new shows. I find myself watching the same shows over and over and over. I'll skip them for a while but go back to them.

    examples : Monk, Columbo, Frasier, Andy Griffith, Seinfeld (not so much anymore), Law and Order.

    Are there any shows you just Ground Hog Day on and find yourself watching way too much ?
    Maybe it's because I'm doing other things as they are on but still. I still laugh at them as well.

    Tonight Frasier's Dad had his new girlfriend Sherri over. She said. "My mother used to say the best way to get over someone is to get under someone." Frasier and Niles reaction to Sherri is gold.
     
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    There are just way too many good shows now to keep watching Leave it to Beaver over and over.
     
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    A-Bone Montonero, MOY, Multitudes Gold Supporting Member

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    I'm not exactly embarrassed, but the shows that spring to mind are Beverly Hills 90210 and Moesha.
     
  5. Dave Shoop

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    The episodes where he is very young are pretty hard to beat. When he and Wally get older I'm out.
     
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    A-Bone Montonero, MOY, Multitudes Gold Supporting Member

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    It's so true. I decided it's because Beave was an idiot, and it was kind of cute when he was young but got embarrassing as he grew older.
     
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    Shows with real depth you can watch over and over and always catch new things.
    Like a great song or movie.
     
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    I'm on my 3rd go around watching Star Trek TNG on Netflix. I must have watched every episode of Firefly 10 times before they pulled it up here. I've seen The Dresen Files through a few times.
     
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  11. grill

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    Big Friends fan here.

    No one told you life was gonna be this way....clap clap clap clap clap

    Your jobs a joke, ya broke, love life's DOAAAAAAAA!

    I'm sure you guys have heard this.

    Not embarrassed.

    :):(
     
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    I saw "Friends" when it was new and original, and again with my daughter. It seems clean by today's standards.
     
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    LISA!

    Hotch Cakes.


    Why Dr. Smith lasted so long is a mystery.

    :):(
     
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    Nope. I go through anti-tv phases and ive been in this one for nearly 4 years.

    I used to play 'drinking star trek' in university, and have seen a lot of star trek tng. When picard would interrupt data to have him stfu everyone had to pound a beer.
     
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    And funny.

    :):(
     
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    Friends seemed clean by yesterday's standards, too.
     
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    Not to me, at the time. That episode about erogenous zones and "seven, seven, seven" had me blushing, then and now.
     
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    Monica.

    lol!!

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    I've watched so many series multiple times that I almost don't want to acknowledge the larger list. Somewhat recently I rewatched The West Wing, The Wire, before that Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and of late I've been rewatching Barney Miller from the beginning in sequence, which I doubt I ever did before, although I've seen tons of episodes over the decades.
     

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