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  • Iron Wizard
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    None of those sound very good.
    How about The Simpsons?

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  • Wheels Of Confusion
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    A gunslinging Deputy US Marshall in Kentucky, played by Timothy Olyphant.

    The same guy played Sherriff Seth Bullock in Deadwood, he's like a modern Clint Eastwood (in a good way)

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  • OzzyIsDio
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    Originally posted by Wheels Of Confusion View Post
    George Costanza is one of the greatest characters ever created, I could watch a show just about him.

    Ever seen Justified OID?
    It's bad ass.
    Sorry Wheels, I never heard of that show, what's it about?

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  • Wheels Of Confusion
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    George Costanza is one of the greatest characters ever created, I could watch a show just about him.

    Ever seen Justified OID?
    It's bad ass.

    I remembered another show I really liked, The Office (UK)...that's up there with the greats.

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  • OzzyIsDio
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    Originally posted by Wheels Of Confusion View Post
    No Seinfeld or Curb Your Enthusiasm?
    I've been watching a lot of Seinfeld re-runs lately, that show was genius and hilarious.

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  • Wheels Of Confusion
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    No Seinfeld or Curb Your Enthusiasm?

    Lots of good ones mentioned in the poll, I used to love Tales From The Crypt too.

    Voted Twin Peaks cause I love it, but it isn't the greatest show of all time...Married With Children nearly got my vote though

    Modern shows I've loved: The Sopranos, Deadwood and Justified.

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  • Buffalo Bill Scruggs
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    Originally posted by Typhon View Post
    That's a nice dream.
    In the bible they call that heaven - another dream.
    It is possible; but only if humanity sheds its ignorance. It will likely take another World War, one that wipes out most of the world's population, but it will happen. Only then will we realize that we need to band together and focus our efforts not on money or commerce, but advancing as a people.

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  • scorpio 2000
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    I voted Married With Children . The Beverly Hillbillies is #2.

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  • Typhon
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    Originally posted by Buffalo Bill Scruggs View Post
    I don't have an inherent leaning towards sci-fi itself, just the general premise of the show. The fact that Gene Roddenberry imagined humanity in the 23rd and 24th centuries as being not only accepting, but embracing in differences of race (and even species). That humanity has progressed to the point of eliminating poverty, war, hunger, disease and focused all our efforts on bettering ourselves as a people, and accumulating knowledge.
    That's a nice dream.
    In the bible they call that heaven - another dream.

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  • Buffalo Bill Scruggs
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    I don't have an inherent leaning towards sci-fi itself, just the general premise of the show. The fact that Gene Roddenberry imagined humanity in the 23rd and 24th centuries as being not only accepting, but embracing in differences of race (and even species). That humanity has progressed to the point of eliminating poverty, war, hunger, disease and focused all our efforts on bettering ourselves as a people, and accumulating knowledge.

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  • Typhon
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    Originally posted by Buffalo Bill Scruggs View Post
    So TV should not be intellectual?

    I enjoy meathead TV as well. I listed fucking Workaholics ffs. But I believe that if one cannot also appreciate intellectual television with a relevant philosophical message, then there's something wrong.
    I guess I was getting a different meaning from your term, "intellectual television".

    Although I have not seen a whole lot of Star Trek episodes, (just never found the show
    to be all that entertaining) there are plenty of other shows that deliver philosophical
    messages that are not in a si-fi setting.

    However, if si-fi is of more interest to you, then check out The Twilight Zone.
    Some episodes drag a bit, but some others are excellent.

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  • Buffalo Bill Scruggs
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    So TV should not be intellectual?

    I enjoy meathead TV as well. I listed fucking Workaholics ffs. But I believe that if one cannot also appreciate intellectual television with a relevant philosophical message, then there's something wrong.

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  • Typhon
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    Originally posted by Buffalo Bill Scruggs View Post
    Anyone who hates Star Trek hates intellectual television.
    Whenever I watch a television show, it's to be entertained and/or amused.
    You need something intellectual?
    Then lets play a game of chess.

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  • Buffalo Bill Scruggs
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    Anyone who hates Star Trek hates intellectual television.

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  • Thelemech
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    Originally posted by Buffalo Bill Scruggs View Post
    Star Trek: The Next Generation
    Star Trek: Voyager
    Star Trek
    Star Trek: Enterprise
    Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
    ^ Best TV series, in order.

    Awesome - and at last we agree on something



    Maybe not the order of, but ST is exceptional in most of its forms.
    Last edited by Thelemech; 02-04-2015, 09:35 AM.

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