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Your favorite non-Trek TV shows?

DS9TREK

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Report this Nov. 12 2010, 5:13 pm

Torchwood is still going. They're filming the 10-part fourth season right now.

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Report this Nov. 12 2010, 8:06 pm

Hmmm other than Star Trek...


Hannah Montana? Na just joking... seriously, I don't watch that. Why are you looking at me like that!


But seriously, Fear Factor, Wipeout, MASH (my dad's a big fan of MASH, I grew up with it.)


Obviously Star Trek superceedes all!!!

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Report this Nov. 13 2010, 2:48 am

In the science fiction genre, I like Stargate Atlantis. The series Stargate SG-1 got old pretty fast, and I never liked the actor who played "Daniel Jackson." (Was that his name?)

Var Miklama--Zakdorn, engineer. "A sound mind in a FULL body!" "Time, like latinum, is a limited quantity in the galaxy."

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Report this Nov. 13 2010, 4:06 am

Quote: sgtkalskirata @ Nov. 12 2010, 7:55 am

Quote: EbonyCHAOS @ Nov. 12 2010, 4:25 am

You're so right! Sunny's a great show, and Rene was hilarious with his role.

Sadly, all of my absolute favorite, 'can't miss an ep' shows ended last season...24, Lost, Heroes and Law & Order.

I still have some favorites left though.  Fringe (but it's starting to get really weird; even by it's own standards), Burn Notice, Smallville, SVU and I like the new L&O: Los Angeles.

I love Always Sunny in Philadelphia.  My Always Sunny... world and my Star Trek world collided last week when Rene Auberjonois guest starred as Dee's former drama teacher.  He was hilarious.



I've been a fan of the show since day one. I wanted to go see them perform The Night Man Cometh live, but it sold out so fast.

I have loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night.

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Report this Nov. 13 2010, 4:16 am

Quote: John Woods @ Nov. 12 2010, 11:24 am

>It's really good,if you can get hold of get the British Version,there's two seasons...I think you would like it....there's also a follow up series Ashes to Ashes (both bowie titles)....It's one of the best prorammes on British TV in recent times....I've seen you on the boards regularly,it's been really good to chat,thanks for making me feel very welcome....
I don't get to watch too many British shows myself. I've seen the British version of Law & Order on BBC America. Interestingly enough, the stories are actually old stories from the original Law & Order, just refilmed with a British cast.


Nonetheless, it's nice to see Jamie Bamber in something different now that BSG is over. I'll admit, after hearing him talk without the accent for all of those years, it was a little shocking at first to hear him speak with it. Well, an accent from my perspective...I guess to you, he had the accent when he was on BSG.


There is one British show that we've recently started watching. The IT Crowd. Funny as hell! We actually watch it on our Xbox 360 via Netflix. They have the first three seasons (each season is only six episodes).


I have loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night.

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Report this Nov. 13 2010, 11:14 am

I like The Simpsons and Dexter at the moment.

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Report this Nov. 13 2010, 3:06 pm

Quote: EbonyCHAOS @ Nov. 13 2010, 4:16 am

Quote: John Woods @ Nov. 12 2010, 11:24 am

>It's really good,if you can get hold of get the British Version,there's two seasons...I think you would like it....there's also a follow up series Ashes to Ashes (both bowie titles)....It's one of the best prorammes on British TV in recent times....I've seen you on the boards regularly,it's been really good to chat,thanks for making me feel very welcome....
I don't get to watch too many British shows myself. I've seen the British version of Law & Order on BBC America. Interestingly enough, the stories are actually old stories from the original Law & Order, just refilmed with a British cast.

Nonetheless, it's nice to see Jamie Bamber in something different now that BSG is over. I'll admit, after hearing him talk without the accent for all of those years, it was a little shocking at first to hear him speak with it. Well, an accent from my perspective...I guess to you, he had the accent when he was on BSG.

There is one British show that we've recently started watching. The IT Crowd. Funny as hell! We actually watch it on our Xbox 360 via Netflix. They have the first three seasons (each season is only six episodes).

If you're a Bamber fan, he's doing a new upcoming sci-fi series for the BBC called Outcasts. It's about (possibly the last) 50,000 humans building a colony on a new world and they've mysteriously lost all contact with Earth.

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Report this Nov. 13 2010, 3:31 pm

The golden girls
the nany
Doctor who (before matt smith)
good times
The movie Tombstone
the munsters
The addems family (and all of their movies)
sandford and son
The jeffersons
and Everybody hates cris

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Report this Nov. 13 2010, 5:25 pm

Quote: EbonyCHAOS @ Nov. 13 2010, 4:06 am

I've been a fan of the show since day one. I wanted to go see them perform The Night Man Cometh live, but it sold out so fast.


That would have be so funny to see live! Too bad it sold out...

"To be... or not... to be."

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Report this Nov. 15 2010, 10:46 pm

I miss gilligans island,and sliders was a pretty cool show.


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