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The best TV show ever--to me--is one of these. What would you rank as #1?

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The best TV show ever--to me--is one of these. What would you rank as #1?
The best TV show ever--to me--is one of these. What would you rank as #1?
Created: September 25, 2017
Totals: 15 votes, 22 comments
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M*A*S*H
29%
5 votes
Seinfeld
24%
4 votes
The Honeymooners
6%
1 votes
Other
41%
7 votes
All in the Family
0%
0 votes
0%
0 votes

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Voted: The Honeymooners
9 months ago
Cheers?
All in the Family?
9 months ago
Law & Order
Voted: Other
9 months ago
Yes a vote for Cheers. How many shows have there been where every character was fantastic. There have been some, but not many. Plus, you have the Frazier spin-off. Classic show.
reply to: Yes a vote for Cheers. How many shows have there been where every character was fantastic. There have been some, but not many. Plus, you have the Frazier spin-off. Classic show.
8 months ago
Cheers for me, too.
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9 months ago
I'll take Seinfeld over all of them. The great thing about that show is that it never tried to be anything except funny. A little pet peeve of mine is when a comedy shows gets all serious. And they all are guilty at some point except Seinfeld.
reply to: I'll take Seinfeld over all of them. The great thing about that show is that it never tried to be anything except funny. A little pet peeve of mine is when a comedy shows gets all serious. And they all are guilty at some poin
9 months ago
The Simpsons never fell into that trap either.
reply to: The Simpsons never fell into that trap either.
9 months ago
Does that count since it is a cartoon? It doesnt have to deal with actors coming and going, which is a big part of some show declines.
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reply to: The Simpsons never fell into that trap either.
Voted: Seinfeld
6 months ago
I don't know Zombie. Simpsons can get pretty political.
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Voted: Other
9 months ago
As a Bostonian, I'll take Cheers.
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8 months ago
I haven't watched TV in a long time but I used to enjoy Seinfeld.
8 months ago
Me too Seinfeld was great show
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Voted: Seinfeld
6 months ago
Your list includes some really good shows.
Take a look at what's on this week on TV. I wonder if ANY of those will thought of as one of the greats years from now.
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Voted: M*A*S*H
6 months ago
Like football (from your other post), entertainment in general has pretty much gone downhill. Of course that is just an opinion as it is pretty subjective. Our parents probably hated our movies and music as much as we hate our kids' movies and music. But to a certain extent it is NOT subjective.

I believe that the internet and ease of distributing art has flooded the markets with so many people that, as far as talent goes, would not have made it 20 years ago.

With 300+ channels on TV, the stations will put anything on just to fill the time. They have no choice. Gone are the days where only the cream of the crop rise to the top.
reply to: Like football (from your other post), entertainment in general has pretty much gone downhill. Of course that is just an opinion as it is pretty subjective. Our parents probably hated our movies and music as much as we hate ou
Voted: Seinfeld
6 months ago
Funny this comes up now. This past weekend, after the Christmas get togethers were done, we flipped through channels and there was nothing but crap to view. I asked Mrs. Budwick, "How can we pay $XX dollars a month and not find anything we want to watch?" If it were just me, I would cancel our subscription in a heartbeat.

If TV wants to survive, they'll need to offer a better product.
reply to: Funny this comes up now. This past weekend, after the Christmas get togethers were done, we flipped through channels and there was nothing but crap to view. I asked Mrs. Budwick, "How can we pay $XX dollars a month and not f
Voted: M*A*S*H
6 months ago
It will be tough for television. Im not sure if it is like this in all parts but, near me, movie theaters have adapted to the competition of home theaters. Why would someone pay $12 a pop, per person to sit in a crappy uncomfortable seat and eat junky food when they can sit at home and watch a movie on big screen in the comfort of their own home.

So, the theaters near me have reduced the number of seats and replaced all seats with huge, lush recliners. So much room, in fact, that you never need to squeeze through an aisle. There is a good two feet of space between one outstretched recliner and the back of the recliner in front of it. They provide fresh cooked food-burgers, chicken, salad, you name it. And... have a bar!

So, now you pay even more, but the experience can rival your home theater.

Not sure what tv can do to adapt, though.
6 months ago
We watched the Carol Burnett 50th anniversary show and it only pointed up the fact that the older shows were much more funnier than today's shows. They are running a Coach marathon and we laughed until we cried, especially the Tim Conway episode. Bud's right there's not much on tv these days. 57 channels and nothing's on - now it is 200 channels and still nothing's on.
reply to: We watched the Carol Burnett 50th anniversary show and it only pointed up the fact that the older shows were much more funnier than today's shows. They are running a Coach marathon and we laughed until we cried, especially th
6 months ago
ok, how do you edit on this site? Not "more funnier," just funnier.
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Voted: M*A*S*H
6 months ago
So many TV shows come and go and are "timely". If you asked what was the best show on TV back when I was a kid, I'd say Lost in Space. Later it was something else. I watched an episode of Lost in Space a few months back and couldn't believe how corny it was. Whats great today may be terrible 20 years from now and what we hated 20 years ago we may appreciate today.
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reply to: So many TV shows come and go and are "timely". If you asked what was the best show on TV back when I was a kid, I'd say Lost in Space. Later it was something else. I watched an episode of Lost in Space a few months back and
Voted: M*A*S*H
6 months ago
But the truly great ones will transcend time. Some of the ones on the list such as MASH or Honeymooners are still great shows many, many years later. But, as you said, a more timely show like Lost in Space, is not.
reply to: But the truly great ones will transcend time. Some of the ones on the list such as MASH or Honeymooners are still great shows many, many years later. But, as you said, a more timely show like Lost in Space, is not.
Voted: M*A*S*H
6 months ago
That's true. As a kid, I wasn't a fan of the Honeymooners but as an older adult, I loved the re-runs. It's the same with movies. How many of us guys have watched the same John Wayne westerns over and over and over? Maybe some of the older shows have the nostalgia factor working for them. Hell, I still enjoy watching the 1950's Superman series now and then if one is on, or even an episode of Wanted, Dead or Alive.
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Voted: Other
2 months ago
NCIS, Criminal Minds
2 months ago
Of all listed, The one that deserves #1 and is missing would be "All in the Family"
This show was hilarious and brilliant.
Voted: Other
2 months ago
Frasier

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2 months ago
The Twilight Zone.. Duh.