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Old 10-06-2017, 02:40 AM   #16
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The Office and Shameless(both USA), much prefer the UK shows.
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Supernatural - When they started the whole angles vs demons thing I lost interest.

Desperate Housewives - The season started and it was suddenly 5 years into the future, the wife and I tuned out.

Lost - Somewhere along the line just stopped caring about the characters, then hearing about the finale and realized I didn't miss anything.

Under The Dome - Strong first season, then it just went down hill, obvious the writers had no idea what to do.
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^Torgo---when "DH" did the 5-year jump at the end of season 4, it actually got somewhat better.
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Old 10-06-2017, 09:19 AM   #19
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^Torgo---when "DH" did the 5-year jump at the end of season 4, it actually got somewhat better.
Probably should go back and re watch the whole series to the end, at the time we found it frustrating, but now I think we might have different opinions on it.
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Probably should go back and re watch the whole series to the end, at the time we found it frustrating, but now I think we might have different opinions on it.
Yes, I would go back and watch it! Season 5 is really good.

I'm thinking about rewatching the entire series.
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Yes, I would go back and watch it! Season 5 is really good.

I'm thinking about rewatching the entire series.
There's a few shows that I've gone back to and like them more than the first time around. So DH might be in that category.
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I also gave-up with Family Guy since the last season was more Peter Griffin oriented...and I think he's a total *******!
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Probably several.

Shameless (US) just isn't good anymore and has ran its course. If and when they do have a new season, I will watch it for William H Macy but I think again, it ran out of steam.

The Middle. Stopped watching this because the kids grew up. Probably have t watched an episode in several years.

Modern Family. Sort of came to the realization that this is a snarky rich family and what's the point? Sort of the problem with The Middle, the kids grew up.

The Simpsons, why is this still on? Been asking this for fifteen years, and I haven't watched the show in about that long.

Old classic shows. The Andy Griffith Show I don't watch anymore because I have seen all the Black and White episodes countless times literally all my life. The color shows are not good and won't watch them.

Actually I watch very little television now, because the new shows are not any good. I currently watch Mom, The Orville, Star Trek Discovery, Fargo (please fourth season), Law and Order SVU (and I sort of gave up on that) and that's about it.
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Scrubs after Zack Braff left the show and they brought in a few new characters. There just wasn't any point watching after John "J.D." Dorian was no longer in it. I still won't watch the episodes after he left, I don't think they're very funny.

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The Simpsons, why is this still on? Been asking this for fifteen years, and I haven't watched the show in about that long.
YES. The writers ran this franchise into the ground. The show had many great episodes in its first (roughly) nine seasons. The later seasons are mainly painful to watch.

I did catch a really great, funny episode called "Barthood" in 2015. But any good episodes are few and far between. They should have just ended after Season Nine.
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Never watched this first run, but I gave up on Diagnosis Murder because it's so boring and the writing is just so predictable and tacky, and the characters are literally all cardboard cutouts with no personality. I don't know if it was meant to be that way, but I hate the show now.
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