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Day 30 - Saddest character death

There are a couple that have deeply affected me: I cried pretty hard over spoiler ) in Battlestar Galactica; it was just so sudden and largely inexplicable and she was so lost. I also spent some time crying over spoiler ) in Angel, and I'd just like to say Joss Whedon is an asshole who really likes to milk character deaths for maximum pain. In keeping with that, spoiler )'s death in Buffy the Vampire Slayer was also deeply affecting. (As was spoiler )'s death - possibly the most affecting of all, but it was also the only correct and true conclusion to S5. Plus, spoiler ).)

However, when I tried to determine which one had been the worst, the saddest, and the most infuriating, there was really only one answer:

Spoilers for Lost. )

Quixote agrees with me, but wanted to mention another death that affected him deeply and when he was very young:

Spoilers for Classic Who. )

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Day 29 - Current TV show obsession

Quixote and I share an answer on this one: Doctor Who.

I don't have near enough memorabilia to my liking, but I expect that'll be remedied in time. Right now, I have my iPhone kitted out DW-style, with TARDIS wallpaper and Nine's theme as my ringtone. I wanted to make the TARDIS landing sound my text-receipt signal, but the iPhone apparently won't let you change that (at least not in the same manner as the ringtones). I'm also plotting to get a blue police box-skin and a clear case to complete the conceit. ;)

Quixote and I are rewatching the series now, starting with the excellent Mr. Hartnell and going on. This is quite an undertaking, plagued with horrendous trials such as missing episodes. But we mean to triumph as much as possible!

I should also append here that my secondary obsession is currently The Big Bang Theory: I only began watching the show in March, but I already own S1 on DVD, have hunted down and watched the original pilot, joined a challenge community for the show, made a ridiculous number of graphics for it, purchased a Lizard-Spock expansion shirt, and even written fanfic (thus breaking a ten-year fanfic dryspell). I've also probably read more Penny/Sheldon fanfic than is strictly healthy, but I don't regret a thing!

Short answer on this, our penultimate 30 Days of TV meme, I know. Thing is, though, that I have to be up at 3:55 AM to work from 4-8, so I'd best be getting some sleep.

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Day 28 - First TV show obsession

At first, I was sure that my first TV show obsession was My Little Ponies, what with my riot of those heavy plastic darlings and the Flutter Ponies and their underwater kin and the MLP castle and so forth. However, upon reflection, it is the movies that I remember most closely.

The television show that inspired my most fannish behavior the earliest was therefore She-Ra: Princess of Power. Not only did I have quite a few action figures, but I also had a She-Ra outfit comprised of the headdress, vambraces, sword, cape, etc. On the playground and at home, I would regularly play-act original stories in Etheria.

Curiously enough, and in spite of my outfit, I would most often cast myself as Catra or Shadow Weaver, although we were usually doing delightfully Bad Girl things independent of the Horde.

Ahem. Before She-Ra, I also had imaginative adventures with He-Man's crew and, if I adopted the identity of a character there, it was either Teela or the Sorceress (although in my games, the Sorceress was never so closely bound to Castle Greyskull). I also liked to imagine I was a female counterpart to Cringer/Battle Cat who wasn't so scared in everyday life.

So. Yes. That's how I rolled.

Quixote, on the other hand, answers Battlestar Galactica. The original BSG was the closest he could get to Star Wars on television, and he was enamored of the constant and repetitive space dogfights. And human on machine violence. So enamored that he didn't even notice they were using the same shots over and over again to save on their budget. He used to run around and make the Cylon noise and do the little zippy thing over his eyes with his fingers, pretending that he was in fact an insidious Cylon searching for humans to annihilate by the command of the Imperious Leader. He also had the lunchbox.

Yeah, that definitely sounds like a wee husband of mine.

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Day 27 - Best pilot episode

In October of 2004, I was living in Japan. I'd just started a new job teaching English; at my branch, I met and became fast friends with B, who invited me over to her place and promised a show that had to be seen to be believed.

After working, going out to dinner, and then making our way back to Ikuta, we settled in for the pilot of a show called Lost. I'd seen some references to the show around Livejournal, but nothing much more. Her mother was taping the show and mailing them to her once she'd gotten a few recorded.

An eye opened and then SHIT GOT REAL. The pilot was heart-pounding and disorienting and wholly absorbing. We eagerly watched everything her mother had sent and spent hours talking about it when we should've been sleeping for work the next day. (Luckily, we were both scheduled to work the afternoon shift.)

Lost has literally one of the most arresting pilots I have ever seen. I've been gung-ho on many shows from the first episode, but I've never been as floored and swept away as I have been by Lost.

I was responsible for Quixote's conversion; he'd vaguely wanted to watch Lost for a while, but never really managed to start. When I returned from Japan, we borrowed the first season of Lost from an associate of his and another fan was born.

Or, in Quixote's words: "After watching the pilot of Lost, you didn't just feel the desire to watch the next episode, you almost felt the need. And that continues throughout the entirety of the first season."

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Note: There are massive spoilers below for The Venture Brothers, Supernatural, Lost, Battlestar Galactica, and Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Day 26 - OMG WTF? Season finale

I always seem to get behind these on the weekends, and this one is no different. What is different is that a family tragedy is behind the delay. I should be attending a wedding in a few hours, but there's now no wedding to attend.

I can't think of many season finales that completely blew my mind, so let's do a short list of those that made me and Quixote flail. In order of increasing flail:


5. The Venture Brothers, S1: "Return to Spider-Skull Island"

Not only does Rusy have a tumor that ends up being surgically removed only to skitter away and scientifically engineer itself a robot body so that it can kick Rusty's ass... but the boys run away in a fit of jealousy, get "scared straight" by the Monarch in jail, and then get themselves blown up (for keeps!) by the Monarch's henchmen.


4. Supernatural, S1: "Devil's Trap"

This cliffhanger had me scramblin for the Internet to double-check that the series had actually been renewed, because it was so macabrely perfect that it could've served as a suitable end to the show. It was and I sighed a sigh of relief... but, holy hell, it would have worked.


3. Lost, S5: "The Incident"

We get our first glimpse of Jacob, along with his mysterious counterpart. Just in time for Ben to kill Jacob, stabbing him repeatedly at the behest of John Locke. Who, and here's the shocker, is not actually John Locke. That was the most upsetting thing for me, realizing that Locke was actually dead and something terrible was wearing his face.


2. Battlestar Galactica, S1: "Kobol's Last Gleaming" (Part 2)

Sharon's not just a Cylon, she's a sleeper agent! There's a military coup! Apollo is arrested for mutiny! Starbuck abandons her post to pursue the Arrow of Apollo! But, most shockingly... Sharon manages to shoot Commander Adama twice in the stomach before the episode ends. At that point in time, as Quixote says, no one knew if the show was going to be back and Edward James Olmos with it. A truly shocking moment. (Luckily, I didn't start watching until S2, so I just scrambled to secure the first of the second season episodes after I finished my DVDs.)


1. Star Trek: The Next Generation, S3: "Best of Both Worlds" (Part 1)

Captain Jean-Luc Picard is no more, Locutus of Borg having taken his place. Commander Riker orders the Enterprise to fire upon the Borg ships containing our former beloved captain. It doesn't get more OMG WTF than this.

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Day 25 - A show you plan on watching (old or new)

At any given time, my husband and I tend to have several television plans in the pipeline: last year, these watching projects involved all of The X-Files, all of Supernatural (which I'd enjoyed, but Quixote had never seen), Pushing Daisies, The Tudors, and a ton of Penn & Teller's Bullshit.

Here's what Quixote and I have lined up for the rest of the year:

Star Trek - We're watching TOS now (me for the first time) and entertaining thoughts of carrying it over into a rewatch of TNG and then to Deep Space 9.

Doctor Who - We're re-watching all of Classic Who at an extremely casual pace, and I don't expect us to finish before next year. We'll probably carry it through to a New Series rewatch as well.

Deadwood - We keep hearing good things about this show, so it's our summer project now that we're out of new Doctor Who episodes and all of our other shows are on hiatus except for True Blood and Burn Notice.

And my independent project:

House - I'm watching this one slowly on my own, although Quixote tends to be in the room when I do watch them (but painting or gaming or something like). House amuses me, and I've always found the errant episode incredibly absorbing.

I'm also toying with the idea of Madmen and How I Met Your Mother, but we'll see what I feel like after I've got a season or two of House under my belt.


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Day 24 - Best quote

Another difficult and poorly-worded topic! Do I share my favorite quotes? Or the quotes which I think are the best? And in what way best? Most dramatic? Funny? Philosophical? Most representative? I don't know, and I couldn't decide. Also, the sheer amount of work it'd take to ponder each of my favorite shows enough to dredge up favorite quotes? Not an attractive prospect.

In the end, Quixote and I decided to share those quotes most quoted around our household. To wit:

THE TOP 5 QUOTES HEARD IN CASA QUIXOTE:

1.
"Pod 6 is jerks!"
-Captain Murphy, Sealab 2021.
I couldn't find a link to any video, so here's an Ode to Captain Murphy instead.

2.
"Bullshit! God has horns."
-Terry, True Blood.
1:18-1:20. Link contains spoilers for True Blood S2.

3.
"Tea. Earl Grey. Hot."
- Captain Picard, Star Trek: The Next Generation.

4.
"And what do you say to a cup?"
"Feck off, cup!"
- Mrs. Doyle and Father Jack, Father Ted.

5.
"Bowties are cool."
- The Doctor, Doctor Who.



I'm not sure what that says about us, but there you have it.


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Day 23 - Most annoying character



When someone asks me about television and most annoying characters, young Wesley Crusher immediately springs to mind. (Sorry, Wil Wheaton.) He's just a kid, yet he knows everything, but the adults never listen to him even though he's so often proven correct (at first)! ...and it's all really just Mary Sue Goes to Starfleet.

Quixote concurs!

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Day 22 - Favorite series finale

The problem I have with this question is that so many of my favorite series have not had actual series finales. Or, you know, they're still on the air (yay!). Also, of my favorite series, the ones that did have series finales tended to be incredibly underwhelming or downright awful (I see you over there, Lost).

All that said, I have go with Star Trek: The Next Generation. I remember watching it in real-time at 13, feeling sad and yet also satisfied with the send-off of my beloved Enterprise and her crew. At that time, I felt like the finale had done right by the show. (I haven't re-watched an appreciable run of the series in the past 16 years, so I don't know if I'd feel differently as an adult.)

Also, curmudgeonly Picard is totally awesome and, while I don't normally support barking at housekeepers, his grumbling about Darjeeling breakfast tea1 is classic.

In any case, the Star Trek: The Next Generation finale was a far cry better than The X-Files overdue close, Buffy the Vampire Slayers' poor stab at epic-level battles, Battlestar Galactica's teeth-grinding nonsense, Lost's contemptible malarkey, Angel the Series' cliffhanger, etc.

Quixote reflected long and hard, finally concluding that he had to go with The Prisoner. The first time he watched it, he felt like he had gone mad. He describes this experience thusly, "The first time I watched this, I had a 102 F fever, and it was in the middle of a hurricane. I thought that I had gone insane." He continues to describe the finale as a magnificent episode with the balls to continue being quintessential The Prisoner: never apologizing, never flinching, and reveling in itself as a great, big unraveling ball of WTF allegory.

Also, he adds, it had the absolutely fantastic spectacle of 6 slaughtering brightly-colored henchmen to the Beetle's "All You Need is Love."

And there you have it.


1. There's a bit of an amusing anecdote in my continued mis-remembering of Picard's interactions with the housekeeper re: Darjeeling vs. breakast tea.

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Day 21 - Favorite 'ship

Without reservation, I give you:



Is there a 'ship so pure as Supernatural's Dean and the Impala? ;) I think not!

There are a couple others that I favor, such as Sookie/Eric (True Blood) and and the potentially controversial Ned/Olive (Pushing Daisies). However, my second favorite 'ship on television is also not romantic at all:

I ship snarky/platonic! )

Again, Quixote says he has no answer to this question... but he's also willing to concur with my primary answer.

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Day 20 - Favorite kiss

To figure this one out, I first reflected: Which kisses do I actually remember from various television shows?

The answer is: not many. Well. I remember plenty of kisses from True Blood but, to be fair, I've watched that recently and there are so very many of them. I also remember many of the kisses from Pushing Daisies, probably due in no little part to the involved conceit and them all taking place through plastic film.

I dredged up a few that I feel are important on a not-very-involved level, like the culmination of Scully and Mulder's relationship or how sweet and beautifully understated the Roslin/Adama kiss was after so much waiting.

But there were only two that really struck me with a thrill to think of even now, and it is these that must be my favorites. One of those is the Spike/Buffy kiss of S6... er, the one in the house that fell down. This is potentially not a popular opinion, and the whole season was problematic on a number of levels. Also, I don't have the wrist-resilience to really get into a proper discussion about it, so let's leave that one alone.

Therefore, my favorite kiss would be:

Spoilers for Veronica Mars S1! )

Quixote insists he has no answer for this question.


P.S. Ack, I almost forgot the Nine/Rose kiss...! However, my feelings on that one are complicated by wishing she'd had a better one with Ten and twisting in complete irritation over how RTD set that whole situation up. So, not an unvarnished favorite right now.

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Day 19 - Best TV show cast

I should probably stop observing how difficult some of these questions are to answer, eh? Ah well. This one was also difficult to answer: do you define "best" in relation to the overall quality of the acting or by how well the actors are subsumed into their roles? Arguably, I suppose the two should be one and the same; in practice, however, you get to know many fine actors as one character first and, when they go on to something else, their skill level doesn't necessarily diminish. Their ability to sink into later roles and become indistinguishable from the character does.

For example, Adam Baldwin is pretty good at what he does. However, he is Jayne Cobb. I've seen him play a Lawyer from Hell (Angel) and snatches of him as a super-spy (Chuck), but I just can't see him as Marcus Hamilton or John Casey. Of course, that also hinges on which role you see them in first, and may be a handicap of the viewing mind rather than the actor's later abilities to become a character.

Well, anyway. When judging best cast, you must also consider how they all work together. Great actors can be great separately and just never manage to jive in the established narrative. So, after taking all that into consideration...

I essentially can't decide between Battlestar Galactica and Carnivale.

Both casts are top-knotch, full of excellent actors who integrated seamlessly. Battlestar Galactica is consistently better on a greater scale, and Quixote agrees - especially considering the cast had more episodes to perform and, perhaps, with less lead-time.

Quixote adds that another aspect of "best cast" should be defined by how relatable the cast is as a whole: how well can the viewer empathize with all those assembled? Answering his own question, he suggests that Star Trek and Star Trek: The Next Generation fits this bill for him, with TNG being more in the lead because of the schism undercurrent between the Big 3 on TOS (Kirk, Spock, McCoy) and all the rest.

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Day 18 - Favorite title sequence

I'm going to go with my gut instinct on this one:



Alas, that video doesn't show you the actual opening because I can't find it on YouTube. It does let you listen to the song, which is ridiculously catchy and is something I often burst out with randomly. I love how absurd and irrelevant the opening of Aqua Teen Hunger Force is... which, as Quixote says, is perfectly definitive of the show.

Good times. If you're unfamiliar with the show, you can watch episodes (including the title sequence!) online at Adult Swim.

Although the opening of ATHF is one of Quixote's runners-up, his leading favorite is The Outer Limits:

Except I am unable to embed it, so you must click here.

Quixote considered the title sequences for both Star Trek and The Prisoner, but eventually concluded: "Even though both Star Trek and The Prisoner have their own appeal and are incredibly strong (and Star Trek is completely iconic), neither was as creative as The Outer Limits. It's the earliest title sequence I remember that integrates the viewer into the show right away, and it was creepy as hell (especially before they shortened it)."

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Day 17 - Favorite mini series

For this question, I found it necessary to define miniseries for myself as a television show comprised of more than two parts. This allowed me to exclude the Discworld miniseries, which is rather necessary to give any other shows a fighting chance. (Somewhat joking on the fighting chance bit, but I really love the Discworld and the adaptations have been quite well done.1)

This being said, I still found myself with more than one favorite (as usual). In this case, at least, just two.

Band of Brothers

This series is one of the most brilliant I've ever seen, featuring an excellent complement of actors, good attention to historical detail, and marvelous production values. I found it difficult to watch on more than one occasion, because of its faithful depiction of the horror of war. As rewarding as I found the viewing experience, it'll be a while before I feel the desire to watch it again. Indeed, though, it'll remain one of my favorite ever miniseries.

Quixote agrees with me here, statingly baldy that Band of Brothers is "stupidly awesome." He goes on that the miniseries is the perfect blend of historical accuracy and good storytelling, which is quite important to him as a history teacher. He continues that it's perfectly directed, compelling, and educational and seems to think it's silly that he has to explain it that far.

(I read that previous paragraph to him and all he had to say was an absent "Indeed." ;))

The 10th Kingdom

I bought this series on a whim for my birthday last year as it came highly recommended by a couple of my dearest friends. I knew essentially nothing about it, and wound up watching it one weekend while my husband was out of town. I was completely captivated by the tale that unfolded, and so emotionally involved that I experienced a tearful catharsis in the end. (There were things about the narrative I could personally relate to.) As twee and cute as parts of it can be, the whole is something dark and light and all over beautiful. It will always be special to me.

Quixote would like me to include a note on his runners-up for the position of "best miniseries" in his opinion:

Children of Dune - This miniseries represents the best filmed version of any Dune novel, and therefore is automatically a favorite in his estimation. He acknowledges that it definitely has its flaws, but it was enoguh to satisfy him. (Frank Herbert's Dune novels are among his favorite series of all time ever.) (I agree that this is one excellent miniseries.)

V (1980s) - V was one of those formative science fiction shows of his youth: cheesy nowadays, but still a very important work for SF at large. Quite a number of TV shows and movies crib from V today. Quixote also remarks that it was a good allegory for the Holocaust at the same time. (See, history element: important!)



1. I love Hogfather a bit more than Color of Magic, but they're both fab. I still haven't had a chance to watch Going Postal.

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Day 16 - Your guilty pleasure show

To be honest, I don't really have guilty pleasure television shows. I have movies that are guilty pleasures (I just love watching stupid movies, y'all) and I definitely read books that are guilty pleasures (I enjoy Anita Blake ironically, okay?). However, television shows require a much longer-term investment and so I either come to terms with my enjoyment of the show or I eventually stop watching it.

Right now, I don't watch any television shows that I feel guilty enjoying. In fact, you'd have to go back to 2005 or earlier to find something I enjoyed but felt embarrassed by enjoying. And, at that time, I'd have to say I was vaguely embarrassed by my enjoyment of Desperate Housewives.

I'm not sure why... it was a pretty intelligent show, and it definitely had a speculative element to the first season. (Not that I require all of my shows to have speculative elements.) Maybe it's just something that was so unlike me. However, I enjoyed the hell out of the first season; the second season dragged for me, though, and I stopped watching it. I'm always surprised now to discover it's still on.

Quixote, on the other hand, admits to watching every single episode of Space 1999. Where, he tells me, the moon is blown out of Earth's orbit and proceeds to move through space VERY FAST having ADVENTURES!!! This sounds absolutely hilarious to me. It apparently appealed to his funny bone as well, at least that's the reason he's giving for having seen EVERY SINGLE EPISODE. Yes, that must be reiterated.

Actually, there was another show that my husband said was a much guiltier pleasure but he refuses to allow me to divulge that to the Internet. Sorry, guys. But I must say... it is a juicy secret. ;)


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Day 15 - Favorite female character

Much like with yesterday's answer, I thought figuring this one out would be much harder than it actually turned out to be. I started by scrolling through my list of favorite television shows, compiling a list of preferred female characters: Ambassador Delenn, Lyta Alexander, Starbuck (aka Kara Thrace), George Lass, Roxie, Zoe, Lina Inverse, Dr. Girlfriend, Veronica Mars, Donna Noble, Special Agent Dana Scully, and so forth... but the search was over when I thought of her:



Yeah, my favorite female character is Buffy. Her resilience, courageousness, commitment, fieriness, capacity for love, silly one-liners, and even her massive mistakes have all combined into one amazing, kick-ass woman.

The image above was the cover illustration on the first installment of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer comic series representing S8. Art by Jo Chen - one of my favorite illustrations of Buffy ever.

Quixote's favorite was also equally clear to him:



"In all the shows I've watched, The X-Files was the only one in which I felt that the female character could carry the show. Scully is awesome." - Quixote

And:

"Scully is smart, Scully kicks ass, and she's not mired in her own prejudices to the point where she can't admit when she's wrong. She's eminently competent." - Quixote

Damn straight, honey. (The picture used in the above motivational poster is from a wallpaper available at this post by Mer-Moonchild.)

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Day 14 - Favorite male character

This was surprisingly not as difficult as I might have imagined. As I refected, I did come up with several candidates: Security Chief Michael Garibaldi, Ambassador G'kar, Number 6, Fox Mulder, Admiral William Adama, Dr. Sheldon Cooper, Dean Winchester, Castiel, Emerson Cod, Brock Samson, Abed, Captain Murphy, and so on. But, really, one male in particular occured to me that just left all the others as distant seconds.



The Doctor. He's brilliant; is there really anything else to say?

The illustration above is done by Paul Hanley, and you can see the original here. He's also done one with the Valeyard that I quite like.

Quixote agrees with me, but he's stipulated that two others must be mentioned as close runners-up:

Quixote's two other choices... )

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Day 13 - Favorite childhood show

I missed posting this yesterday thanks to the aforementioned chronic health condition; in fact, it's kicking my ass right now. Dizzy spells, pain, and nausea != good times, by the way, but at least the Internet is a fascinating place and can provide some distraction.

Much like in my response to "favorite show ever," I can't tell you one show I watched as a lass that is inarguably my favorite ever. Instead, I'm going to list the several I favored between the ages of 4-13ish. Also, I'm interpreting this as "favorite shows as a child" rather than "favorite shows meant for children while a child":

Animaniacs
Batman: The Animated Series
Count Duckula
Darkwing Duck
Doctor Who
GI Joe: A Real American Hero
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
Inspector Gadget
My Little Pony
She-Ra: Princess of Power
Silverhawks
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
The A-Team
The Pirates of Dark Water
The Transformers
X-Men


Sort of in-between childhood and teenager-dom, I would add Quantum Leap, Star Trek: The Next Generation, and Deep Space Nine as favorite programs.

I'm probably forgetting shows that should be on this list, and I'm consciously leaving off Mr. Roger's Neighborhood and Sesame Street because I don't remember them so well.


As for Quixote? He's spent a long time arguing among Battlestar Galactica, Star Trek, The A-Team, Buck Rogers, and Doctor Who. So I've just made him list all of them. ;)



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Day 12 - An episode you've watched more than 5 times

I thought this was going to be an incredibly difficult answer to figure out; after thinking about it on and off for a few days, I came to the conclusion that there were only a couple of episodes I'd seen maybe four times: "Once More With Feeling" of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and "Passing Through Gethsemene" of Babylon 5.

Of course, then Quixote pointed out to me that we have several go-to series we enjoy putting on in the background when we feel like a guaranteed laugh. For some reason, I hadn't even thought of those!

So, yes, I have seen many, many episodes of both Father Ted and Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law more than five times. Especially of Father Ted: the series just never gets old, and Father Crilly, Dougal, and Jack never fail to elicit guffaws of laughter.

Oh my. I ♥ Father Ted.

Quixote adds to his list Star Trek: TOS1, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Kolchak the Night Stalker, The Prisoner, and many episodes of Aquateen Hunger Force. He does enjoy him some reruns.

1. Except for "The Empath" and "Turnabout Intruder."

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