My money's still on Batman.
Sounds like Max Payne.
The end of Season 6 of Dexter has had me saying "Oh my God" for over a week now (took me a while to get caught up).
A man of good taste.
For me it would probably be Star Trek: The Next Generation, followed by The Original Series. Top Gear (UK) is also up there.
Comedy: There's the old stuff: Monty Python, Only Fools and Horses, Red Dwarf, Steptoe and Son, most things with Ronnie Barker in them...and the new stuff would be Family Guy mostly.
The Mad Movies. Done by a group called The L.A. Connection where they put their own words to modified old classic movies, it was so hilarious I would roll on the floor laughing and milk would come out of my nose. But you have to see them to appreciate the comedy, and the group is having difficulty getting them released to dvd. They used to be shown real late at night on a show called "Night Flight" that mostly played music videos but would sometimes show other stuff as well. I have crappy VHS recorded versions of a Sherlock Holmes hunting book pirates and a Ronald Reagan one done from the movie "Santa Fe Trail" but there must have been dozens of them made.
Mr. Bean .
For me it's "Two and a Half Men" I miss charlie sheen
Well, you nailed it, DBZ!
Haha, not quite- I thought the Anna Gunn (Skyler) character wasn't going anywhere, but she turned out to be a pretty strong identity and plot mover in the show.
Now, if Jesse adopts Brock, and they move in with Badger and Skinny Pete, would the resulting spinoff be called Three and a Half Men ?!
Right now, (for me at least), it's "Person of Interest".
It has a "fictional machine", that taps into every surveillance camera, every computer, and every email account in the world. (Hey wait a minute, are we sure this isn't an NSA documentary)?
Anyhow, it's got Amy Acker playing a part, ("Root"), crazy & eccentric enough to be taken over any minute by Summer Glau.
Me, Acker, is a former lingerie model, and also a former, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer". alumni. As you may know, Ms Acker, Summer Glau, Eliza Dusku, Alison Hannigan, and of course,
Sarah Michelle Gellar, are all part of a group I've named,"Whedon's Wenches", as Josh was responsible for their "big break(s)". (Plus one other girl whose name escapes me ATM, who played "Anyanka" a former demon in "Buffy". Oh yeah, and Charisma Carpenter.
Sarah Shahi also joined the cast the season, as a "presumed dead", CIA cast out. Sarah brings a bad attitude, lots of killing expertise, and a great a**, to "round out" the cast.
If you need a good laugh instead, (or in addition to), check out, "Two Broke Girls", also on CBS. Some of these episodes are the funniest, raunchiest, and most tasteless network TV I've ever seen. As you might expect from me, this show gets two big....... ...!