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#441 Rushian King

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Posted 29 December 2017 - 02:20 PM

222-- Daredevil (2015-present). Vincent D'Onofrio steals the show as season 1 villain Wilson Fisk.

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Posted 09 January 2018 - 11:24 PM

201) St. Elsewhere (LABT)
202) Angie Tribeca (KenJennings)
203) Dr. Jeff Rocky Mountain Vet ( HemiBeers )
204) The Goldbergs (Rushian King)
205) Medium (New World Man)
206) Oz ( Lucas )
207) Wonder Woman ( Rushian King )
208) American Masters ( Rushian King )
209) American Experience ( Rushian King )
210) That 70s Show ( New World Man )
211) Alaister Cooke's America ( LABT )
212) Jack Horkheimer's Star Hustler / Star Gazer ( Lucas )
213) The Walking Dead (Rushian King)
214) Cavemen (LABT)
215) America's Test Kitchen (KenJennings)
216) Sledge Hammer! (Stormtron)
217) The Flash (Rushian King)
218) Blue Bloods (New_World_Man)
219) Rocko's Modern Life (KenJennings)
220) Frontline (Rushian King)
221) The Office (New_World_Man)
222) Daredevil (Rushian King)

223) Seven Days (KenJennings)

Here's one from the vault... a low-budget UPN sci-fi thriller about a secret government project that could send one agent back in time seven days to stop incidents and attacks against the homeland. It actually had a reasonably successful three year run, but somehow it is now widely forgotten. The show can't even be found streaming anywhere, or for sale as a DVD set. I used to tune in every week in spite of the iffy acting and mediocre special effects because the series had genuinely likable and interesting characters, clever storylines, and innovative premise. It may not go down in any history books as an example of television greatness, but it will always be one of my favorites.

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Posted 21 January 2018 - 11:19 AM

224-- The Punisher (2017-present). A very violent show with a solid story. I heard complaints that the show didn't have enough action but as not much of an action fan I think the show had plenty. Jon Bernthal has to be the best actor to have ever played the character.

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Posted 24 January 2018 - 11:52 PM

201) St. Elsewhere (LABT)
202) Angie Tribeca (KenJennings)
203) Dr. Jeff Rocky Mountain Vet ( HemiBeers )
204) The Goldbergs (Rushian King)
205) Medium (New World Man)
206) Oz ( Lucas )
207) Wonder Woman ( Rushian King )
208) American Masters ( Rushian King )
209) American Experience ( Rushian King )
210) That 70s Show ( New World Man )
211) Alaister Cooke's America ( LABT )
212) Jack Horkheimer's Star Hustler / Star Gazer ( Lucas )
213) The Walking Dead (Rushian King)
214) Cavemen (LABT)
215) America's Test Kitchen (KenJennings)
216) Sledge Hammer! (Stormtron)
217) The Flash (Rushian King)
218) Blue Bloods (New_World_Man)
219) Rocko's Modern Life (KenJennings)
220) Frontline (Rushian King)
221) The Office (New_World_Man)
222) Daredevil (Rushian King)
223) Seven Days (KenJennings)
224) The Punisher (2017-present)( Rushian King )

225) Dream On ( Lucas )

Another HBO gem .. Brian Benben as Martin Tupper with black and white clips from older television shows and movies spliced in to punctuate Martin's emotion at that moment .. Ran for six years and was the first sitcom that I saw that spiced things up with profanity ... Elizabeth Pena as the hot plumber was the best of many great episodes

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Posted 26 January 2018 - 12:49 PM

226-- Luke Cage (2016-present). Mike Colter is good as the title character but it's the supporting cast that shines, especially Mahershala Ali as the baddie in the first half of the season.

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Posted 03 February 2018 - 11:31 AM

227-- Jessica Jones (2015-present). Like all of Netflix's Marvel shows, and most shows in general, would've benefitted from a shorter runtime/fewer episodes.

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Posted 12 February 2018 - 09:37 PM

228 - Gigantor/Johnny Socko (Giant Robot)

Two great Japanese imports that captured my young imagination.

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Posted 15 February 2018 - 11:19 AM

View PostNew_World_Man, on 23 December 2017 - 02:06 AM, said:

221) The Office

I wasn't a huge fan of this when it was first on but did watch it occasionally. However, it does deserve to be on here and it is where I first heard about Steve Carrel(who I later became a big fan of). Some very quirky characters in this show especially Dwight. I can't think of anyone more annoying than Michael(Steve Carell). I probably wouldn't last one day on the job with a boss like that. Lol. It was still a good show though.
OMFG...The Office didn't get mentioned within the first 200 (not to mention the first 20)?

229. Rick And Morty

Edited by GeddyLeeRoth, 15 February 2018 - 11:24 AM.


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Posted 06 March 2018 - 12:51 PM

230-- Pingu (1986-???). The lovable hijinks of Pingu the penguin and his family. What other kids show has characters using the toilet or peeing on the ice?

Edited by Rushian King, 06 March 2018 - 12:52 PM.


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Posted 06 March 2018 - 01:54 PM

201) St. Elsewhere (LABT)
202) Angie Tribeca (KenJennings)
203) Dr. Jeff Rocky Mountain Vet ( HemiBeers )
204) The Goldbergs (Rushian King)
205) Medium (New World Man)
206) Oz ( Lucas )
207) Wonder Woman ( Rushian King )
208) American Masters ( Rushian King )
209) American Experience ( Rushian King )
210) That 70s Show ( New World Man )
211) Alaister Cooke's America ( LABT )
212) Jack Horkheimer's Star Hustler / Star Gazer ( Lucas )
213) The Walking Dead (Rushian King)
214) Cavemen (LABT)
215) America's Test Kitchen (KenJennings)
216) Sledge Hammer! (Stormtron)
217) The Flash (Rushian King)
218) Blue Bloods (New_World_Man)
219) Rocko's Modern Life (KenJennings)
220) Frontline (Rushian King)
221) The Office (New_World_Man)
222) Daredevil (Rushian King)
223) Seven Days (KenJennings)
224) The Punisher (2017-present)( Rushian King )
225) Dream On ( Lucas )
226) Luke Cage (Rushian King)
227) Jessica Jones (Rushian King)
228) Gigantor/Johnny Socko/Giant Robot (goose)
229) Rick and Morty (Geddy Lee Roth)
230) Pingu (Rushian King)

231)  Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman/Fernwood Tonight (goose)

The deadpan comedy of the Mary Hartman faux-soap opera gave birth to the mock-talk show spinoff Fernwood Tonight.  Both were comedy genius.



Edited by goose, 06 March 2018 - 02:01 PM.





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