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Personally, I like "The Office" and "Family Guy" because they are histerical. "The Office" uses more smart humor, whereas "Family Guy" is just "stupid" humor, if you will.

Wanted to see what show(s) everyone else liked and why.

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Some of my favorites, with video assists from Hulu...

It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (raunchy, madcap comedy)


Psych (prognostication meets buddy movie, with a liberal dosage of 80s pop culture references)


Parks and Recreation (strong ensemble cast with a Midwestern sensibility)


Community (hits close to home to a perpetual college student; plus, Ken Jeong is the man)

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Television begins and ends with The Wire . Season 4 in particular is a masterpiece.

Its fan-base is comprised of people with legitimate attention spans who read books regularly. If you don't fall into this population, don't even bother. The writers spoon feed you nothing.

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The Office because it's hilarious, and House because it's my favorite hospital show, and everyone needs to have a hospital show.

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NCIS . Every time I start watching it, I can't stop. And they have 3 or 4 straight episodes on USA (I believe it's USA) a few nights a week. Just can't pull myself away from it. I also enjoy House .

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Right now it's Big Love. It's amazing the way Bill manages to weave his way through the complicated situations he encounters in business, and religion, yet still manages three wives.

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Arabs with nukes,,Russians with nukes,,,LA gets blown up,,,NY same same..Jack gets caught Jack gets tortured, 10 min later Jack kills bad guy...but I still watch every week..

2nd choice,,,joel mchale The Soup.

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Ghost Hunters
Mythbusters
Dirty Jobs
Time Warp
Wipeout
Smoking Gun shows are hilarious also

MXC used to be my favorite without a doubt, but hasn't been on in quite a while.

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could not agree more about the wire. i think that every season was great television. i have the box set and will start over from the beginning every so often just to pick up on new things. Such a great show all around exposing the drug game. not to mention it takes place in my hometown.

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