What CURRENT Television shows are you watching?

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  1. Johnv

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    I'm curious as to what television shows currently in production people are watching, and why.

    I totally got sucked into watching "Flash Forward" and "Heroes". I'm also enjoying "Dollhouse". I also love "The Office", and I'm looking forward to the return of "30 Rock".

    Once "V" and "Caprica" start airing, I'll probably be thankful I have DVR.
     
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    The Baseball Playoffs. Pretty much it.
     
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    Playoffs, of course (Go Yankees), football

    I am also watching Criminal Minds and lots of food related shows: Diners, Drive Ins and Dives, Iron Chef, Top Chef. I watch food shows since I am not eating as much as I used to.
     
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    My wife watches Heroes, NCIS, Criminal minds, Flashpoint, The Mentalist. She's trying to get back into CSI, but the jury is stll out on that one.
     
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    the biggest loser is about all I try and watch.
     
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    I've been watching this show called "The Unit", and so far it hasn't been too explicit. It's a classic action type show, my kind of thing.

    Rbell nice signature lol
     
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    "True Blood" on HBO.
     
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    The fact that you have HBO and I don't makes my blood boil. :wavey:
     
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    I have Cinemax, too. :)
     
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    LOST, NCIS, CSI, Criminal Minds, The Mentalist, biggest loser, we got stuck on flashforward too John,

    christianyouth, is the Unit still on, I haven't seen it advertised or anything, I assumed they took it off, hope it's still on, I really liked it.
     
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    We don't have a TV any more but we do have a large collection of family friendly TV shows on DVD, including Andy Griffith and Red Skelton.

    I have to admit, I do "cheat" and watch Burn Notice, Leverage, and Monk. Monk and Leverage are very clean and there isn't really anything objectionable on Burn Notice.

    One of the really interesting things about Burn Notice is that it has a real Tom Clancy vibe to it, in the sense that the the "when you're a spy..." monologues are based on real intelligence techniques.
     
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    Monk is absolutely funny, and I wish I had time to watch it regularly.
     
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    Yo Gabba Gabba
    Olivia
    Upside Down Show
    Franklin
    (all kids programming...the majority of the day)
    Dancing with the Stars (the wife's show)

    I might get to see the evening news if everyone else is occupied :)
     
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    Clean house.

    Super Nanny.

    Baseball playoffs.

    Sometimes David Letterman.

    Nothing much else on purpose.
     
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    Donh! Clean House! Niecy Nash is fantastic. I met her once. Did you know she's a devout Christian?
     
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    Go Philies
     
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    My wife and I are big fans of Monk we've bought all 7 seasons of it. I also like Psych alot. But we like a lot of stuff that are BBC. Like Dr. Who, The Miss Marple Mysteries with Jane Dixon. Poirot with David Duchet. In fact I think we spend more time watching english tv. Hmmmm.
     

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