Last time, I posted my 5 favorite shows of all time. Since then I’ve thought of a billion more that I loved that could have made the list, like Weeds, Pushing Daisies, Buffy the Vampire Slayer (unless you’ve seen this series, you may not speak ill of it!), Lost (the first season only), Moonlighting, X-Files, and Soap.
Does anyone remember Soap with Billy Crystal? I haven’t seen it in forever but I remember thinking it was hilarious.
Something tells me that picture probably doesn’t sell it for you.
Today, I’m going to list my LEAST favorite shows.
Let me preface this by saying, almost every blog I read out there LOVES these shows. My closest friends LOVE these shows. So please don’t hate me and stop reading my blog forever. Remember… I still love you and read all your blogs even though you watch crappy TV. 😉
Ok, I admit, I’m not a fan of the crime drama genre in general. (Drama genre! Haha, rhymes are fun.) However, I can recognize when one is good. I’ve seen several episodes of CSI (the original) and have liked it but it never intrigued me enough to keep watching. Criminal Minds is on a whole.nudder.level.
I watched an episode during a Criminal Minds-a-thon one day and let me just say that the acting and the writing are terrible. I tried to find the actual episode I watched online, but they all sound exactly the same. Kinda like this:
“The team tries to identify a serial killer based on a shaky profile with devastating consequences.”
Well, if that doesn’t help you identify the episode where they were all trapped on a bus with a gunman, I don’t know what does.
Oh, and if you and 10 others are trapped on a bus with one gunman standing in the middle of all of you, while sobbing, and scratching his head with the hand he’s holding the gun with – I’m pretty sure you can ambush him and grab his gun. I should write these things. I could have shaved 30 minutes off that storyline.
Why are 2 of them smiling inside the mind of a serial killer?
Oh I can hear the rumbling now. Blogland loves this show. My best friend loves this show. I’m not a fan of reality TV in general, but this show is like my bunny’s litter box after a long day at work.
People love it since it’s been on the air for 85 years and makes every magazine cover know to man.
Why 20 women would want to complete for one d-bag’s love, and cry when they don’t make the cut after knowing the guy for all of a week is a mystery to me.
Alright, he is pretty cute. I’ll give you that.
Two and a Half Men
I will watch Hot Shots over and over for my Charlie Sheen/Jon Cryer fix, thank you.
Let the rioting begin! I’m pretty sure I’ve seen 15 episodes of Glee. I even DVRed the one after the Super Bowl (but haven’t watched it yet). I like Thriller. So, I’ll give that episode a shot.
I can see this show is cute. But…it’s the singing. I can’t stand it. If the show had no singing at all, I would like it. I figure the singing won’t stop anytime soon since the show is actually called Glee. And also, how do they all afford different, matching outfits at the end of each show? I work full time and I can’t buy all that stuff.
Also, Rachel has about the most annoying character I’ve ever seen.
Yes, Finn. I expect you to stop playing football at school and spend all your time fawning over me. If you can’t do that, then we must break up. That is how normal relationships work.
And with that, I’ll probably watch Glee tonight.
Ok, I’ve never seen an episode of this show. And I never will. But this is my blog and I can put it on my list if I want to!
Best thing to come out of Jersey Shore: SNL’s impression of Snooki.
Honorable mention: The Cleveland Show (This show took a trip to Terrible Town.)
Do you agree or disagree with my list? I know you Bachelor/Jersey Shore lovers will have something to say! What are your least favorite shows?