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Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly event hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.

This week's topic is… Top Ten TV Shows/Movies.

I went in knowing that I can never narrow it down to only ten movies, then said to myself, "Well, I don't watch much TV." After filling two post-it notes with contenders for this list, I realized:
I don't watch TV consistently, there are only certain shows I love.
Ok so I'm a TV addict. Anyway, here are my favorite comedy shows, first in my heart, right before murder mysteries and any show by Bryan Fuller:

1. Beloved, most quotable show of my heart. I own all the seasons on DVD and relate to Liz Lemon to what is probably an unflattering degree.


2. This is a fairly new show with only one season, but it's one that had me laughing out loud with its rather crude humor and awesome central friendship. Also, comedian Hannibal Buress who has some of the best lines:

3. A show that always cheers me up, with some of the best characters ever.

4. Another laugh out loud funny show, everyone is this cast is amazing, yet my favorite has to be Stephanie Beatriz as Detective Rosa Diaz.  My hero: 


5. Every character on this show is a terrible asshole, but the dialogue is so sharp and clever and I love it. 

6. This one tends to be uneven due to various production issues/change of creator/etc. but when it's good it's really good. 

7. A little older than some of my other choices, but I will always love Scrubs.


8. A classic.

Bonus: Two Old Favorites


9. I started watching this show when it first aired in 1997 and I was in middle school, and it meant a lot to me. Watching the DVDs after it ended even helped me bond with my college friends. Legit criticisms can be made of it I'm sure, but I am not really interested in them. Sorry.

10. Another show I loved growing up, as I was the same age as Rory while it aired. Also a very quotable show. 

7 comments:

Jazmen Greene said...

I like Brooklyn Nine Nine as well. Great list!

Aylee said...

Oh man, I forgot to include Arrested Development in my list!! Crap, that show is legit a fave of mine, so that's too bad that I didn't include it. Anyways, you have a lot of great comedies on here that I also enjoy greatly!

Lauren said...

Gilmore Girls, OMG, how could I forget that and Buffy from my lists!!! Wow... there are too many tv shows I love too :P My boyfriend really enjoys nearly every comedy show you have put on here!!!

stacie ball said...

Gilmore Girls <3 I love that show. I watched the whole 7 season's when I was a teenager because I was so addicted


Great list :)

Ula @ Blog of Erised said...

FFS I forgot about Brooklyn 99 and 30 Rock! I loved those twoooooo, cannot wait for more B99! What a dumbass I am. :L
Awesome picks, I see we share some :D

BookCupid said...

Great picks!! I'm so ashamed to admit I have never seen a Buffy episode. You got me thinking ''What am I waiting for!''

Jan@Notes from a Readerholic said...

I watched both Buffy and The Gilmore Girls. And looking at your list of comedy TV I realize I don't watch too much of that anymore. I used to, but not so much anymore.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Top Ten Tuesdays: Top Ten TV Shows/Movies

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly event hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.

This week's topic is… Top Ten TV Shows/Movies.

I went in knowing that I can never narrow it down to only ten movies, then said to myself, "Well, I don't watch much TV." After filling two post-it notes with contenders for this list, I realized:
I don't watch TV consistently, there are only certain shows I love.
Ok so I'm a TV addict. Anyway, here are my favorite comedy shows, first in my heart, right before murder mysteries and any show by Bryan Fuller:

1. Beloved, most quotable show of my heart. I own all the seasons on DVD and relate to Liz Lemon to what is probably an unflattering degree.


2. This is a fairly new show with only one season, but it's one that had me laughing out loud with its rather crude humor and awesome central friendship. Also, comedian Hannibal Buress who has some of the best lines:

3. A show that always cheers me up, with some of the best characters ever.

4. Another laugh out loud funny show, everyone is this cast is amazing, yet my favorite has to be Stephanie Beatriz as Detective Rosa Diaz.  My hero: 


5. Every character on this show is a terrible asshole, but the dialogue is so sharp and clever and I love it. 

6. This one tends to be uneven due to various production issues/change of creator/etc. but when it's good it's really good. 

7. A little older than some of my other choices, but I will always love Scrubs.


8. A classic.

Bonus: Two Old Favorites


9. I started watching this show when it first aired in 1997 and I was in middle school, and it meant a lot to me. Watching the DVDs after it ended even helped me bond with my college friends. Legit criticisms can be made of it I'm sure, but I am not really interested in them. Sorry.

10. Another show I loved growing up, as I was the same age as Rory while it aired. Also a very quotable show. 

7 comments:

  1. I like Brooklyn Nine Nine as well. Great list!

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  2. Oh man, I forgot to include Arrested Development in my list!! Crap, that show is legit a fave of mine, so that's too bad that I didn't include it. Anyways, you have a lot of great comedies on here that I also enjoy greatly!

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  3. Gilmore Girls, OMG, how could I forget that and Buffy from my lists!!! Wow... there are too many tv shows I love too :P My boyfriend really enjoys nearly every comedy show you have put on here!!!

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  4. Gilmore Girls <3 I love that show. I watched the whole 7 season's when I was a teenager because I was so addicted


    Great list :)

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  5. Ula @ Blog of ErisedJuly 16, 2014 at 2:44 PM

    FFS I forgot about Brooklyn 99 and 30 Rock! I loved those twoooooo, cannot wait for more B99! What a dumbass I am. :L
    Awesome picks, I see we share some :D

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  6. Great picks!! I'm so ashamed to admit I have never seen a Buffy episode. You got me thinking ''What am I waiting for!''

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  7. I watched both Buffy and The Gilmore Girls. And looking at your list of comedy TV I realize I don't watch too much of that anymore. I used to, but not so much anymore.

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