amanda_mary (amanda_mary) wrote,

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Oh. Am I still doing this?

Day 1: A show that never should have been canceled
Day 2: A show you wish more people were watching
Day 3: Your favorite new show (aired this TV season)
Day 4: Your favorite show ever
Day 5: A show you hate
Day 6: Favorite episode of your favorite TV show
Day 7: Least favorite episode of your favorite TV show

Day 8: A show everyone should watch
Day 9: Best scene ever

Day 10: A show you thought you wouldn't like but ended up loving
Day 11: A show that disappointed you
Day 12: An episode you've watched more than 5 times
Day 13: Favorite childhood show

Day 14: Favorite male character
Day 15: Favorite female character

Day 16: Your guilty pleasure show
Day 17: Favorite mini series
Day 18: Favorite title sequence
Day 19: Best TV show cast
Day 20: Favorite kiss
Day 21: Favorite 'ship

Day 22: Favorite series finale
Day 23: Most annoying character
Day 24: Best quote
Day 25: A show you plan on watching (old or new)
Day 26: OMG WTF? Season finale
Day 27: Best pilot episode
Day 28: First TV show obsession
Day 29: Current TV show obsession
Day 30: Saddest character death

I watched Queer as Folk (the U.S. version) in its entirety, via Netflix, when I was pregnant with Stuart. Cullen tried to tolerate it. He really did. And it's not that he found the, well, near-constant gay sex scenes off-putting -- he just thought the whole show was beyond-the-pale-absurd. Which it is. (I should mention that the ridiculousness is heightened considerably when you're cycling through these über-dramatic storylines rapidly rather than having a week's break between episodes -- as we would have if watching them when they originally aired). So silly. So good.

Riget (The Kingdom)/Riget II

Please see this mini-series (and its sequel). Yes, it's Danish. Yes, the ever-divisive Lars Von Trier is behind it. Don't try to argue. You will love it -- I promise. Riget is almost as funny, disturbing and poignant as Twin Peaks, and has the same wry, somewhat detached sensibility. "Danskjävlar!"

Freaks and Geeks (John Francis Daley, Busy Philipps, Seth Rogen, Jason Segel, Samm Levine, Martin Starr, James Franco, and Linda Cardellini; plus Joe Flaherty, Becky Ann Baker, Dave "Gruber" Allen, etc.)

Best kiss? I'm drawing a blank. As Cullen can attest, any sort of "serious romance" angle in a program kind of makes me yawn. Am I a Jater or a Skater? Answer: no.

Hence my response to the next item ...

Geoffrey Jellineck (Paul Dinello) and Chuck Noblet (Stephen Colbert) on Strangers With Candy
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