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The Five Worst Dramas currently on TV

Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by mm2margaret, Apr 14, 2012.

  1. mrdazzo7

    mrdazzo7 Active Member

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    Seriously, who cares? It's a TV *discussion* forum. If you don't like a topic, don't click it. Two pages of comments = successful discussion topic.
     
  2. Hcour

    Hcour Member

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    Sorry, but "2 & 1/2 Men" disproves this theory.
     
  3. mattack

    mattack Active Member

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    No, it doesn't.

    2.5 Men is VERY funny. Yes, it's predictable, yes, it's not thought provoking. BUT IT IS FUNNY.

    Isaac Asimov liked "Three's Company". Do you think less of him?
     
  4. Hcour

    Hcour Member

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    Does too!

    Your turn.
     
  5. Graymalkin

    Graymalkin Grumpy Poster

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    Yes. Now that I know this, I've relegated him to #5 on my list of favorite sci-fi authors, after Bradbury, Clarke, Bester, and Heinlein.

    :D
     
  6. sieglinde

    sieglinde New Member

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    LOL!!! Even really smart people enjoy entertainment that does not engage the brain.
     
  7. madscientist

    madscientist Deregistered Snoozer

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    2 1/2 Men may or may not disprove the theory, but Everybody Loves Raymond surely does.
     
  8. laria

    laria Librocubicularist

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  9. efilippi

    efilippi Active Member

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    ELR had a very strong cast, none better comes quickly to mind. They took rather normal situations and made them highly entertaining. Mr. Asimov would have liked ELR a bit less than 3's Company only because the eye candy wasn't as good. He was a self proclaimed admirer of women. I think Patricia Heaton is a comic gem, and attractive, but she is no Suzanne Somers.
     

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