TV Schedule

Two months after the US network TV premiere, I finally got a solid schedule hammered out. I thought it was time to let you know, as I scratched my head when I saw some 50 files (some 15 GB of data) sitting in the Still To Watch folder (excluding the few movies still to go). So, if you’re also on a tight schedule, you’d better follow suit.

MUST-SEE:
CSI (season 4)
Alias (season 5)
Smallville (season 5)
Prison Break (season 1)
Lost (season 2)
South Park (second half of season 9)
Threshold (season 1)
King of the Hill (season 10)
My Name is Earl (season 1)
Commander in Chief (season 1)
Everybody Hates Chris (season 1)
Boston Legal (season 2)

The pretty good:
Everwood (season 3)
Kitchen Confidential (season 1)
Criminal Minds (season 1)
Grey’s Anatomy (season 2)
E-Ring (season 1)
Punk’d (season 6)

Was good, now on repeat-the-same-thing-one-more-time-and-I’m-going-to-axe-you-bench:
NCIS (season 3)
Joey (season2)
Numb3rs (season 2)
Ghost Whisperer (season 1)
Close to Home (season 1)

Late Nighters:
The Colbert Report (very regularly)
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, Late Night Show with Conan O’Brien, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (less regularly)
Late Show With David Letterman (almost never)

Canceled/Never had a chance:
Freddie, Out of Practice, The War at Home, Invasion, Surface, Just Legal, Head Cases, Killer Instinct, Supernatural, Reunion, Bones.

Weeew, you can see how tough life was 5 years ago (slow internet, no TV eps to download). Now, I pretty much have to dream of snow (the analog noise kind) when I sleep at night.

One Response to “TV Schedule”

  1. arachnofoob Says:

    oh oh oh poor you, did you know that Alias and Threshold got axed? On the upside: 2 extra hours sleep

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