Here are the shows that are on right now that I regularly watch:
'Curb Your Enthusiasm'
'It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia'
& unfortunately it's unsure if 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' will be coming back for a 9th season, if it doesn't come back I'm cancelling my subscription to HBO.
I haven't had a chance to watch 'Brickleberry' yet, I love Daniel Tosh's stand up but can't stand Tosh . 0 because how often they show vomiting, but have all the episodes on my DVR and am hoping it will be good.
FOX's primetime animated lineup (yeah, all of them; sorry haters)
How I Met Your Mother
Tosh (this show is the "America's Funniest Home Videos" I wanted as a teenager; instead of "old person falls and cut to middle aged woman in audience embarrassed she's laughing" it's "old person falls and they have a wicked compound fracture")
Stewart & Colbert
Parks and Rec
The Office (still)
I've seen a few eps of Brickleberry and it's okay. Anything where Tom Kenny does voice-over is going to be half way decent. The main character he voices sounds a lot like Mayor Poopenmeyer from Futurama.
For me, Brickleberry's biggest limitation seems to be that it's made by people who don't know shit about the outdoors. That's kind of the point, but I think they're missing out on some good humor. Ostensibly, the hot blonde (Sweet D from Sunny) is supposed to be knowledgeable but it hasn't really come through except when they need her to be the 'straight man' for comedic purposes. I will say it's slightly better than the other attempts at non-South Park animation CC has made in the last several years. The Hanna-Barbara-esque animation style helps.
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Oh, and love Colbert and Daily Show but didn't think of them as I was thinking scripted stuff.
The Simpsons (catching up on all the episodes so I started from season 1 again. Used to be so obsessed w this show as a little girl)
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson
8 out of 10 cats
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These are mostly what I watch on the box
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Well that goes without saying. I even DVR it so I don't miss an ep. I'm 2 behind right now though.
James--76 wrote: Miranda
I DVR that one too. I"ve only seen 2 series so far, and I'm hoping for a third in future. I'm also keeping up with that drama that she's in right now, "Call the Midwife". Not a bad little show right there.
I haven't been watching the old repeats as much, but I still love Wolfman Mac's Chiller Drive-In. I"m mostly waiting for new eps to roll around, even though I'm watching tonight's ep right now. The movie on tap for tonight is "The Wasp Woman".
I"ve only seen 2 series so far, and I'm hoping for a third in future. I'm also keeping up with that drama that she's in right now, "Call the Midwife". Not a bad little show right there.
Good news series 3 starts at Christmas time .
http://www.cultbox.co.uk/news/headlines ... -christmas
Cartman: Line? Lines! I HATE LINES!!!
It's always sunny in Philadelphia
That's about all I watch on a regular basis anymore.
Don't watch a lot of TV
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The Daily Show
MTV-U music video blocks.
Yeah Viacom has me.
-How I met your mother
-Malcolm in the Middle
-Big Bang Theory
Those are the shows I either keep up with on a weekly basis to follow the plot, going back to watch the episodes one by one to follow the plot and just shows that I watch nearly every day.
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