1. Life on Mars2. House3. CSI 4. My Own Worst Enemy 5. Chuck
Ghost Whisperer(will now delete since Jim did indeed die)
For a while I was DVRing Fringe, Heroes, and Degrassi, but I’ve since cut them all. Fringe is too boring, Heroes has lost too much of it’s sparkle, and Degrassi has lost too many of the original cast members. Plus, my DVR was getting to crowded.
Private Practice. But I finally erased them all last night when I had an epiphany and realized I no longer give a crap about any of those whiny characters. Shonda really needs to fix that show. Although Grey’s Anatomy is awesome this year, so if Private Practice stinking is the sacrifice that has to be made, so be it. Bring Kate Walsh back to Seattle. Just make sure she brings Tim Daly with her. He’s so hot. He could hang around with the Dermatology group and make everybody jealous!
Bill: Is 11th Hour any good? I’ve heard it was but need a second opinion.
2. One Tree Hill
I really want to watch them, yet erase them. I don’t know why.
my own worst enemy (waiting to see if it gets picked up before I waste any time actually watching it, first epi seemed ok)
heroes (although i finally erased them all last night & removed the season pass
sanctuary (looks awesome & my husband has watched them & says they’re good, i just don’t have time yet to devote yet)
“Flip That House”, “How It’s Made”, “What Not to Wear”.
True Blood [haven't watched any yet but haven't deleted them either]
Samantha Who? [will probably get around to them eventually, when everything else is in repeats]
Fringe and Heroes.
The last thing I did this with was the PBS/Ken Burns series – The War. Couldn’t watch it, even though I have enjoyed all other KB series, this was too depressing, boring. As far as regular series go, if I don’t watch them in a timely manner, they get deleted. I don’t like my TiVo crowded with crap – Earl and Eli are off the season pass this year.
Heroes and Ugly Betty. I already kicked Heroes off the season pass and am about to for Ugly Betty.
This is kind of pathetic but I really like having extra stuff on my DVR to watch on lazy days at home. For those purposes I have It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations, Throwdown with Bobby Flay, Dinner Impossible, Doctor Who, and Robin Hood. Also have Life on Mars, which I haven’t decided if I want to keep, and Heroes, which I’ve stopped watching but I don’t know, can’t quite cut it off completely yet.
Crusoe has been sitting on my DVR since the beginning, and I’ve yet to watch an episode. We also have a good number of Jon & Kate Plus 8 piled up.
1. Life on Mars
2. Life on Mars
3. Life on Mars
I mean, I don’t have anything against it. I watched the pilot and enjoyed it, but I just can’t get myself excited about sitting down and watching the rest of them.
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and 90210 are constantly on my Tivo and only get watched when I have a lazy Sunday or am sick. I recently gave up watching Heroes, which interestingly, I feel relieved about!
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