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Old 11-30-2004, 10:41 PM   #1
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What are your ten favorite dramas of all time??



12. Desperate Housewives
11. St. Elsewhere
10. Law & Order: Trial By Jury
9. Monk
8. Eyes
7. The West Wing
6. The Practice
5. Lois & Clark: The New Adventures Of Superman
4. Veronica Mars
3. Boston Legal
2. Lost
1. Freaks & Geeks


I REALLY want to see Lou Grant.

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Old 11-30-2004, 10:52 PM   #2
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01-Fame
02-Freaks and Geeks
03-White Shadow
04-Dangerous Minds
05-Homicide:Life On The Street
06-My So Called Life
07-The Sopranos
08-24
09-St. Elsewhere
10-Degrassi Junior High-Degrassi High / I'll Fly Away / Under One Roof / The Wire / American Dreams / Veronica Mars / Desperate Housewives

sorry, I couldn't narrow it down to just ten.
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1. Twilight Zone (original)
2. Miami Vice
3. Fame
4. New York Undercover
5. Hill Street Blues
6. St. Elsewhere
7. 21 Jump Street
8. L.A. Law
9. In the Heat of the Night
10. Moonlighting

Runners-up: White Shadow / Hunter / The Fugitive / Dynasty / Dukes of Hazzard
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Old 11-30-2004, 11:11 PM   #4
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Good list, Jazz.

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4. New York Undercover
I forgot all about that. Are you getting those Twilight Zone original box set dvds coming out?
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Old 11-30-2004, 11:21 PM   #5
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Are you getting those Twilight Zone original box set dvds coming out?
You know it! December 28th - that'll be Christmas day for me lol I'll gladly spend a hundred bucks for my favorite show of all time!
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Old 12-01-2004, 03:34 PM   #6
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Forgive me for doing this barwars, but you gotta admit it's funny looking at some of the beatings you've given dramas in the past. Seems like you're becoming a big supporter now. Welcome to the other side.



I watch TV to laugh, I watch movies to laugh.
Thats why Im not a fan of dramas.
Real life is dramatic enough.

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Im not a big fan of dramas.... and theres few, if any, Id buy on DVD.
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I yell at game shows and reality shows.
And of course -- die laughing with some sitcoms.
Thats why I dont like many dramas -- they're so, uninteractive!

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I think that sitcoms are the best form of TV.
As for worst.... dramas.
(<--OUCH!!!--me)
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As for me....
Sitcoms
Reality (GOOD REALITY)
Talk Shows (with celebrities, not trash)
Game Shows
Cartoons
Dramas (hardly watch any, ever)


On the positive side, to your credit you did say this:

I like "fun" dramas.
Shows like ER and The West Wing bore me to death.
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Old 12-01-2004, 03:57 PM   #7
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Forgive me for doing this barwars, but you gotta admit it's funny looking at some of the beatings you've given dramas in the past. Seems like you're becoming a big supporter now. Welcome to the other side.



I watch TV to laugh, I watch movies to laugh.
Thats why Im not a fan of dramas.
Real life is dramatic enough.

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Im not a big fan of dramas.... and theres few, if any, Id buy on DVD.
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I yell at game shows and reality shows.
And of course -- die laughing with some sitcoms.
Thats why I dont like many dramas -- they're so, uninteractive!

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I think that sitcoms are the best form of TV.
As for worst.... dramas.
(<--OUCH!!!--me)
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As for me....
Sitcoms
Reality (GOOD REALITY)
Talk Shows (with celebrities, not trash)
Game Shows
Cartoons
Dramas (hardly watch any, ever)


On the positive side, to your credit you did say this:

I like "fun" dramas.
Shows like ER and The West Wing bore me to death.
The dark side.
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But I must say, of my list -- numbers 1,3,4,5 and 6 are all comedic.
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The dark side.
Oh, so you still feel that way, huh?
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Oh, so you still feel that way, huh?
Nah, not at all.
The old me, does, however.
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Not including Sci-Fi and Fantasy shows:

In no particular order-

Moonlighting
Monk
Ed
Quincy
Law & Order
Law & Order SVU
Freaks & Geeks
Twin Peaks
Magnum, P.I.
The Sopranos
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Knots Landing
The White Shadow
Dallas
Cagney and Lacey
Six Feet Under
Homicide: Life On The Streets
Sopranos
The Fugitive
Cold Case
Law and Order
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I am going to exclude Popular and Desperate Housewives (both would certainly be in my top 5) from my list because I consider both of them dramedies instead of truly drama.

1. Buffy The Vampire Slayer
2. Roswell
3. Ally McBeal
4. Charmed
5. Charlie's Angels
6. The X Files
7. Wonder Woman (just recently got into this, so campy and good... can't wait for season 2)
8. Simon And Simon
9. Six Feet Under
10. Angel
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1. Charmed
2. 7th Heaven
3. Everwood
4. Smallville
5. MacGyver
6. Degrassi (all types)
7. The Twighlight Zone
8. The Practice
9. Dallas
10. Lois and Clark
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1. My So Called Life
2. Desperate Housewives
3. Degrassi: TNG
4. Lost



Those are the only ones that come to my mind.
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