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Who said you can't coin your own term? What is "Boning the Fish"? It's a moment. A defining moment when you know that your favorite TV Show, Celebrity, Movie Series or Music Group has reached its peak. That instant you know from now on...it's all downhill. Some call it a climax of sorts. We call it "Boning the fish". From that moment on things will simply never be the same.

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Home Improvement - TV Shows
I could live without the "serious" episodes and then the ones where Jill suddenly decides that she is less than perfect and goes to Wilson for advice. The "cartoonish" side to this was part of it's charm. It was a form of escapism where the husband is a goofball but really only wants what's best for his family. Good fun despite flaws. I don't think so, Tim. -- Submitted By: (lrbloom) on December 31, 2010, 2:47 am

Married with Children - TV Shows
I don't think this show ever completely BTF because it remained consistently funny throughout it's run. I did notice that in the second season it became a little less unrealistic with the vacation to Dumpwater, Fla (the serial killer episode) and the introduction of the Wankers. The first season had dealt with more realistic situations such as fad diets,gambling, a night out with guys, watching too much sports, the Mustang episode where the guys invest in a rebuilding a classic 65 Mustang much to the girl's disgust. The show remained consistently funny inmho but did become sort of "cartoonish" as far as some of the epiosdes went. I live without the visits to Wanker County and sometimes there was a bit too much of NoMAAM, but nothing to complain too much about. This was one of my all time favorite comedies and still is. As far as the most common comments about the show: Either Ted McGinley of David Garrison was only Al's sidekick. His Barney Rubble. Kelly always was dumb from day one so I don't see how we can say that she got dumber later on. Also Al was none too bright either so same there. I really don't see what Amanda Bearse in reall life has to do with anything. She was fine as Marcy. Never Boned in my book. -- Submitted By: (lrbloom) on December 31, 2010, 2:41 am

Law and Order - TV Shows
I had always enjoyed L&O and it wasn't the "format" or the "ripped from the headlines" style that killed the show. Two things mainly: one was the departure of many of the show's core of characters and two was the weak writing especially imho during season 19 & 20. The stories seemed to go from these high profile cases to these rather sloppily written stories about street gangs and vigilante justice and such and that the new characters about that time seemed like rookies compared to Briscoe and Green, Mc Coy and Kincaid or Southerlyn who all seemed like seasoned pros in their roles as attorneys or detectives. Several of the storylines have the attorneys unable to find a legal precedent everytime somebody throws a curve into their case which would never happen to McCoy, Kincaid Southerlyn, Stone, Robinette and all the originals. The actors who look like they just stepped out of a graduation photo seem amateurish the last several seasons as does the writing. Also when Michael Imperioli joins the cast it seemed to coincide with the peak period of the Sopranos' popularity. Similarly J.K. Simmons appears as Dr Skoda seems to coincide with the rise in popularity of "Oz", another HBO series in which Simmons plays the leader of the Aryan brotherhood in prison. His character as well as his acting seems far more credible than Imperioli as an attorney. Dean Winters from "Oz" appears in several forgettable episodes for the same reason and then of course Christopher Meloni as the annoying detective Stabler on SVU. Meloni's charcter on "Oz" has an overnight metamorphisis from Nazi to gay lover. Seeing him as a sanctimonious detective on the dull spinoff SVU is a stretch. The writing and the lineup changes are what hurt this show. The format was great and was a trademark of the show and the controversial issues held your interest because they were handled intelligently and researched thoroughly. They couldn't very well make a drama about traffic court. -- Submitted By: (lrbloom) on December 31, 2010, 2:27 am

Toddlers & Tiaras - TV Shows
Can the "parents" of these kids be brought up on child abuse charges? Trotting them out like little show ponies to live vicariously through them is beyond sick. -- Submitted By: (BrewMaster) on December 30, 2010, 2:35 pm

SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron - TV Shows
SWAT stands for Special Weapons And Tactics. Special Weapons, they have. Tactics, that too. But only two members? That's hardly a team. I too enjoyed this when I was younger, and as far as I remember, it hasn't boned yet. I hope it stays that way. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on December 30, 2010, 10:04 am

Cow and Chicken - TV Shows
I know a lot of people say that this is a Ren and Stimpy rip-off, but I actually heard somewhere that John K (Ren and Stimpy's creator) liked this show (being one of the few post-70s cartoons that he hasn't panned). -- Submitted By: (cartooner) on December 30, 2010, 1:13 am

Little House on the Prairie - TV Shows
The LHotP episodes I most remember are when Albert (in his angst--AGAIN!) feigns blindness so his "real Pa" wouldn't take from Pa Ingalls to use him as an extra hand on a farm; Albert's girlfriend is raped, impregnated and dies :-( -- Submitted By: (Understated) on December 30, 2010, 12:29 am

Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns - TV Shows
UNWATCHABLE--and that's putting it mildly! -- Submitted By: (Understated) on December 30, 2010, 12:13 am

Tyler Perry's House of Payne - TV Shows
I admire Tyler Perry for his business acumen; his comedy leaves a lot to be desired--like being funny. -- Submitted By: (Understated) on December 30, 2010, 12:11 am

How I Met Your Mother - TV Shows
Although the concept of the "circle of close friends" is certainly not new, I find the writing for this show to be very clever. I must admit that Neil Patrick Harris as Barney the womanizer is a bit of a stretch. (no pun intended...OK, it is my intention) -- Submitted By: (Understated) on December 30, 2010, 12:06 am

Medium - TV Shows
The title of the show alone is unrealistic. Allison isn't a "MEDIUM"--I am quite sure she's a "LARGE"! -- Submitted By: (Understated) on December 29, 2010, 11:38 pm

Roseanne - TV Shows
It usually just came across as funny - the so - called issues and such didn't matter. There was a certain chemistry to the put down insult humor that reminded me of early MASH epsiodes. The problem was that it stopped being funny. -- Submitted By: (lrbloom) on December 29, 2010, 1:38 am

Fresh Prince of Bel Air, The - TV Shows
SSM is right!!! I wouldn't have put it quite the way he did but Ashley went from being one of the coolest girls ever to just another spoiled "you can't tell ME what to do!!!" teen brat, and it was so true to real life (in a bad way) that I had to quit watching. It wasn't just her parents either, she'd even tell off WILL when he tried to stop her from doing yet another stupid teen thing. -- Submitted By: (DolFan316) on December 29, 2010, 12:40 am

Archie Bunker's Place - TV Shows
Yeah, they should have quit while they were ahead. -- Submitted By: (Friedrich_Feuerstein) on December 27, 2010, 11:52 am

My Secret Identity - TV Shows
"In brightest day, or darkest night, no evil shall escape my might as POWER MAN! Well, there already was a Power Man... Ultraman? Yeah! Tomorrow, the world shall know me as... ULTRAMAN!" Sorry kid, there already is an Ultraman too, and he doesn't suck like you. I also remember that in the later episodes he almost never used his powers any more and the show focused on lame high school drama. -- Submitted By: (Travoltron) on December 27, 2010, 12:33 am

Wayans Bros., The - TV Shows
I love The Wayans Bros. but it came close to "A very special" though. This show is overall very funny. They used to have reruns on TheCW but they took off later for that Tyra shit. I think they DVD's of this show now. -- Submitted By: (SSM) on December 26, 2010, 11:07 am

Fresh Prince of Bel Air, The - TV Shows
I loved this show although it close to boning when changing the vivs (same character, diffrent actors), Ashley went from cute down-to-earth to a complete bitch, and too many "A very special" with the druga s and will's dad. -- Submitted By: (SSM) on December 26, 2010, 10:59 am

Family Matters - TV Shows
The BTF moment is when Waldo left the show, at least it was watchable with Waldo in it and he was funnier than Urkel most of the time. That part I hated the most is the episode when Waldo tried to play basketball woth Eddie and Urkel. Suprisely Urkel know now to play basketball, and even more surpisely (and out of character) is when Urkel was making fun of Waldo don't know how to play and being cruel about too. I want to throw up after see that. I guess the network felt that Waldo was getting too big of the star and taking away attention from Urkel so they got rid of Waldo, and BTF ever since. -- Submitted By: (SSM) on December 26, 2010, 10:45 am

That '70s Show - TV Shows
One more I like to add is Donna's sister Tina. It always bother me when a character pulls a "Chuck Cunningham". It wouldn't bother me so much if wasn't RELATED TO ONE OF THE MAIN CHARACTERS. She just vanish without no explainlation at all. It wouldn't bother me as much ethier if she was an adult but she not ("Fez, she's 14."). Kids don't dissapear just like that. At least mention it like she gone to military school or something like that but no, nothing. They have a perfect oppuitiny to explain when Minge(?) left, have Bob said along the lines, "Minge left to Californa and she took my baby girl Tina without telling me.". But again nothing. Even after Minge came back for a little while, nothing. At least pull a Family Guy and have Fez asked Donna what happened to her sister and Donna respond that she died of cancer or something like that. Oh well, my only guess is Tina went where Judy Winslow and Chuck Cunningham has gone with Peter's girlfriend from Heroes went, to the different future where they dissappeared and everybody have their memories erased of them ever existed. -- Submitted By: (SSM) on December 26, 2010, 7:26 am

That '70s Show - TV Shows
Sternikstun, I remember reading that before back at that old website whose name I won't mention, and that an excellent point. Anyways I like to add one more thing, Laurie was always manipulated, vain and cold-blooded to people who around her(mostly Eric and his friends) because of Red's spoiling her. I think the turning in one episode(when Laurie lives with another random man) that I remember when Red finds out that Laurie wasn't the littie girl he thought. He finally saw the person for who she really is and hurt him deeply. (I think the ending he forgive he and want to back in because man was married, etc. But I think she didn't appear again until the season finale of season 5). Any ways that episode Laurie realise her errors of her ways when she is no longer a shining star to Red. We see a change woman within Laurie and try to make up the wrongs she did. But that's ruined by her marrying Fez (so he stay in US) causing Red have a heartattack. (Her marrying Fez as well as the heartattack felt so rushed, forced and plain old sloppy to me, maybe a last second change by the writers/FOX just to have an excuse for another season.) Now by the time literally the first episode of the next season aired, Laurie went back to old ways again and worse played by a different actress. They really destroyed the growth of her character, add insult to injury have a unconvincing different actress. -- Submitted By: (SSM) on December 26, 2010, 7:07 am

Living Lohan - TV Shows
Stephaine, I agree with you 100% and also Robot Chicken did a parody and it was funny! -- Submitted By: (SSM) on December 26, 2010, 6:09 am

Sesame Street - TV Shows
Seasame Street has milked Elmo fish-bone dry. All the other characters like Oscar, Count, and even Big Bird has pushed to the background for Elmo. It's now become The Elmo Show now. -- Submitted By: (SSM) on December 25, 2010, 10:23 pm

WWE Friday Night Smackdown - TV Shows
I don't know, but ever since Eddie Guererro died, the show never was the same anymore since. -- Submitted By: (SSM) on December 25, 2010, 4:33 pm

Yu-Gi-Oh! - TV Shows
Bandit Keith hold an invisible gun, nuff said. -- Submitted By: (SSM) on December 25, 2010, 4:11 pm

Pokemon - TV Shows
I loved Pokemon, but it BTF when they stayed in Jotho for too long. It taken Ash for at least 30+ episodes of useless fillers episode just to go to the next gym and then the next 30+ episodes in between. The first and second season of Pokemon are the best. I hated when Brock left but I didn't mind Tracey though. I thought Misty was annoying at first but she started to grow on me, and I was very sad when left the show. I like May because she a little different than Misty as a term of goals and personaity. Max though, I truly hated because he is a extremely useless character. At least Tracey can draw Pokemon and he's a Pokemon expert is terms in biologically. Max in the hand brings nothing but to take up space. You can't have Max to be Pokemon expert because you have Brock, You can't have Max to be a ransom victim for Team Rocket because that what May is for. He has no pokemon for himself. Sorry I rant too long, but my point is my BTF moment is Jotho and Max. -- Submitted By: (SSM) on December 25, 2010, 4:04 pm

King of the Hill - TV Shows
Never Boned for me, although it came awfully close with Lucky(started to grow on me a bit), Cotton's death (luckly it was the final season anyways.) Good thing it ended way it did though otherwise with these two reason I said above, I didn't think it last anylonger anyways. I still love watching KOTH reruns and it still make me laugh. -- Submitted By: () on December 25, 2010, 8:00 am

Dragon Tales - TV Shows
Wheezie annoying voice, ugh. Can't even watch the whole episode with Wheezie screaming "LOVE IT" every minute. -- Submitted By: () on December 25, 2010, 6:18 am

Grace Under Fire - TV Shows
Brett Butler showed her breasts to the boy that played her son. IIRC, she said something to the effect of, "What do you think of mama's new tatas?" The boy's mother heard about this and removed her son for the show. That is why they changed actors. -- Submitted By: (Travoltron) on December 24, 2010, 2:26 pm

Digimon - TV Shows
The first 2 seasons of digmon are the best. The third season is okay but the ending is too weak. The fourth season however sucks, no digimon parters and kids turning into digimon is the most stupidest thing I ever seen. They should just ended after season 2. -- Submitted By: (SSM) on December 24, 2010, 1:00 pm

Archie Bunker's Place - TV Shows
I knew an unseen Edith would have been stupid the moment I posted my suggestion, and the only reason I suggested it was because it would have been kinder than killing her off. More or less, they wanted to bone, and I suggested one helping of slaw instead of two. If people were told Jean didn't want to be in the show, they may have been more understanding (although they'd go, "Edith never appears? What next, Archie finds a magic elf who joins the cast of Archie's Place and gets them into wacky adventures?"). The best solution, by far, would have been to scrap it. If you can't get all the main characters, it's time to put this puppy to sleep. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on December 24, 2010, 9:15 am

Archie Bunker's Place - TV Shows
Exactly. How many years (heck, forget years--how many *weeks*) would a 'heard but not seen' Edith have worked? That would have been a plot device that would've started to look ridiculous very quickly. -- Submitted By: (elainewood) on December 24, 2010, 7:37 am

Archie Bunker's Place - TV Shows
Robert, you could say that, but on the flip side, making such a prominent character an unseen one just reeks right off the bat. I could see that for someone that wasn't a big part of the show, but someone like Edith, it had to be all or nothing. -- Submitted By: (PYLrulz) on December 23, 2010, 3:20 pm

King of the Hill - TV Shows
Irbloom has it right. When the show first aired, it was great satire. But over the course of time, it went from that to nothing more than something stupid, though I would probably attribute it to it running out of material after being on for so long. At least it didn't stay on the air, and just limp on like The Simpsons -- Submitted By: (PYLrulz) on December 23, 2010, 3:17 pm

Glee - TV Shows
I thought it supposedly a dark comedy parody of High School Musicial, but it gotten too boring when they added all drama and it turned into another teenage melodrama crap. -- Submitted By: (SSM) on December 23, 2010, 2:42 pm

In the Heat of the Night (TV series) - TV Shows
Seeing the show in reruns I noticed that the new Chief just starts to blend well with the others in season 7 then season 8 was only 3-4 episodes before it was canceled. To be fair Carl Weather isn't really given a chance and it was Virgil's pitiful returns as an attorney that were weak. As a detective he seemed a little more authoritative but as a rookie attorney he seems kind of weak and timid, also quite unlike the movie version of Tibbs (Siodney Poiter). Given time I think it could've gone on with Chief Forbes. This is to say that Carl Weathers isn't to blame for this show's BTF moments but rather the return of Virgil Tibbs Attorney At Law were rather sad. Why not just have Carl Weathers simply replace Howard Rollins? -- Submitted By: (lrbloom) on December 23, 2010, 1:44 pm

Archie Bunker's Place - TV Shows
While I understand they had to find a way to write off Edith after Stapleton had enough, surely they could have found a kinder and better solution than death. They could have gotten around it by turning her into an unseen character. While the events at work take place, Edith would be at home. During the scenes where Archie is at home, Edith would be nowhere to be found. Instead, there would be a note from her, saying she had to go to the store or somewhere else. Archie could also get phone calls from her during work. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on December 23, 2010, 1:43 pm

Law and Order SVU - TV Shows
Too preachy - the characters on every episode of this I've ever seenwaste time standing on their soap boxes bitching at each other or arrestees. The original L&O was more by the book. -- Submitted By: (lrbloom) on December 23, 2010, 1:19 pm

Family Affair (1966) - TV Shows
UPDATE: "...when Cissy decides to become a "weekend Hippie." !?! I mean, c'mon! Were people really doing that?" Well, I just watched a very interesting documentary on Bio or the History Channel, or something like that, and according to a snippet of info in that documentary there was IN FACT a phenomenon sort of referred to as the "Weekend Hippie." There were people who kind of admired some aspects of the hippie lifestyle and so during the week they wore their suits & ties, then on the weekend, traded those for long haired wigs beads and other forms of standard 'Hippie Attire' and hung loose on the weekends. The things you learn. So I officially stand corrected. -- Submitted By: (Friedrich_Feuerstein) on December 23, 2010, 10:01 am

King of the Hill - TV Shows
It changes from being a satire to a family program and then just plain stupid -- Submitted By: (lrbloom) on December 22, 2010, 11:17 pm

American Bandstand - TV Shows
what boned the fish was ABC wanted Dick Clark to shorted the show from a hour to half hour in '87... but Clark didn't wanted that way so he took to show to synication for a year and a half which it didn't hardly do so well cause of low ratings, music videos that was going on MTV, VH1 & BET at the time... so, Clark took the show to USA network in '89 that he retired as host and it was filmed outside at Universal Studios Hollywood, Clark's Replacement was David Hirsch... the version of the show lasted 6 months with the last episode October 7 1989. -- Submitted By: (justindavis) on December 22, 2010, 12:39 am

Scooby Doo - TV Shows
It's no coincidence that Scrappy rhymes with crappy. I also didn't like when it was just Shaggy and Scooby without the others. Wisely, they brought back the entire gang for the newer additions, although those started bugging me because they played on the character stereotypes from the movies (Fred is arrogant, Daphene an airhead, etc.) and not the original series when Fred was courageous but nice and Daphene not necessarily intelligent, but not an airhead either. -- Submitted By: (kingbk) on December 21, 2010, 6:00 pm

Captain N: The Game Master - TV Shows
This show came out during the prime of Nintendo's popularity. It's one of the reasons I never really got on the whole Saturday morning cartoon bandwagon as a kid. Even as a 6-7 year old, I could tell this was nothing but a cheap 30 minute commercial for Nintendo. Captain N and the Princess were nothing more than Zack and Kelly ripoffs from Saved by the Bell, the characters were poorly designed and had annoying personalities. For example, Simon Belmont in the Castelvania games is a fearless vampire hunter. In the cartoon, he was an annoying chauvinist. Mega Man looked like a fat little man who just said "Mega" in front of every word. By the time Gameboy was introduced, I gave up that any Nintendo-based cartoon was ever going to be of high quality. Day one. -- Submitted By: (kingbk) on December 21, 2010, 5:52 pm

Lost - TV Shows
I voted WTF is going on, for the main reason I really didn't watch the show much, and when I did, you were lost on what was going on. I guess it's one of those shows that you have to watch from beginning to end to understand what was going on. -- Submitted By: (PYLrulz) on December 21, 2010, 5:29 am

Archie Bunker's Place - TV Shows
Exactly, Pelirojo. Since the focus of Archie Bunker's Place was more on the bar/restaurant instead of around the Bunker household, Stapleton's appearances were few and far between. -- Submitted By: (BigAl) on December 20, 2010, 9:46 am

Lost - TV Shows
I know--that cracked me up too. How many gazillion times did the creators publicly announce "No, no matter what, the ending will NOT be that everyone died--IN THE PLANE CRASH". They used that little qualifier as a sidestep around the fact that, of course, come series finale, guess what? EVERYONE WAS DEAD, lol. But they didn't *all* die in the plane crash, they all just died at different, unspecified points in time. The 'flash-sideways' gimmick was cranked out to divert the audience from the fact that the creators wound up the series in *precisely* the manner they said they were absolutely NOT going to do, just by engaging in a bit of slippery wordplay, and a plot device that was fairly lame, to put it mildly. Of course, by series end, they were laughing all the way to the bank, and the LOST culties were filling the bandwidths all attempting to come up with half-arsed rationalizations for the ripoff that had been perpetrated on them. That's showbiz, folks! -- Submitted By: (elainewood) on December 19, 2010, 4:26 pm

Lost - TV Shows
Well, well, from all the media bombardment, it turns out that after ALL the stuff about time-travel, side-dimensions, nosebleeds,codes, Others, blah-blah-blah,etc. the WHOLE thing boiled down to 'We're all DEAD!' That's right "Losties" who stuck around to the end, you got SNOWGLOBED! Since it's the Christmas season, I'll just say "Merry Christmas" instead of "I TOLD you so!". -- Submitted By: (Pelirojo) on December 18, 2010, 3:09 pm

Spin City - TV Shows
I have to agree that when Michael J. Fox left, it boned because one could sense that as much spinning the character did, he was, underneath it all, a decent and principled person. Charlie Sheen's character just seemed snotty,glib and could have written his code of ethics on a bee's knee and still have left plenty of room for the World Book Encyclopedia! -- Submitted By: (Pelirojo) on December 18, 2010, 2:38 pm

Archie Bunker's Place - TV Shows
I'd agree, Robert- except that Jean Stapleton herself was sick of doing the character and essentially had had to be dragged in to do it on a fairly occassional basis the last year or so. Since Edith Bunker would have NEVER left Archie, I can't imagine how else they could have had her exit the show besides dying. Still, it would have been better for all concerned had Carroll O'Connor had simply retired the concept when the other three main performers left (and, it's interesting that, after the series[plural] finally gasped its last, he'd have the most success as a performer of the four). All in all, it simply would have been better had they ended 'AITF' when Mike and Gloria amscrayed. -- Submitted By: (Pelirojo) on December 18, 2010, 2:31 pm

Delta House - TV Shows
Who really thought this would work? The best stuff from the movie could never be shown on network television. -- Submitted By: (BrewMaster) on December 18, 2010, 9:49 am

Archie Bunker's Place - TV Shows
Jean Stapleton wanted to leave the show. After a decade of playing Edith, she felt she'd done as much with the character as she possibly could and wanted to go on to other things. The producers didn't have much choice other than to kill her off, since there wasn't much else that could've been done to plausibly explain Edith's absence for that long, short of their divorcing, which the audience would hardly have accepted. Carroll O'Connor, on the other hand, was ready to continue on with the show, and since it was still getting solid ratings, it was felt basically "why not"? In the beginning of the post-Edith era, I thought it still wasn't too bad, but it did JTS for me when they had Archie adopt that kid. That's when everyone concerned with the show should've realized it was time to call it quits. -- Submitted By: (elainewood) on December 18, 2010, 8:48 am

Archie Bunker's Place - TV Shows
Exactly right Robert I couldn't agree more. The other thing of course was having mIke and Gloria move away. -- Submitted By: (lrbloom) on December 18, 2010, 3:43 am

Super Mario Bros. Super Show!, The - TV Shows
I think I waa too old for this when it debuted, but I still thought it wasn't very good. The cartoons were completely incomprehensible to me and believe it or not I preferred the live-action "sitcom" segments. I guess those segments had that "so-bad-it's-good" thing going for them whereas the cartoons were just forgettable. -- Submitted By: (Travoltron) on December 18, 2010, 12:04 am

Super Mario Bros. Super Show!, The - TV Shows
Day One. Love the Mario video games, but the attempts at other media (Film/TV) were epic failures. This show was so bad in so many different ways. The live action segments were completely corn ball and over the top. The introduction with that awful rap number was very 90s and seems quite dated now. The Mario cartoon was poorly written and could have used more action in the storylines. The Zelda cartoon was the worst of all. Link in the video games is a selfless, fearless hero. In the cartoon he was this lazy, rude surf dude who just wanted to get it on with Zelda. I understand the whole thing was just a hokey cartoon for kiddies, but couldn't they have used more quality writing and animation? Super Mario 3 and Super Mario World on NBC weren't any better. -- Submitted By: (kingbk) on December 17, 2010, 5:00 pm

Archie Bunker's Place - TV Shows
IMO, killing off Edith was unnecessary and stupid. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on December 17, 2010, 8:19 am

Archie Bunker's Place - TV Shows
Archie Bunker's Place was clearly an inferior spin-off from All in the Family - the only highlight this show had was Archie coming to terms regarding Edith's passing (Carroll O'Connor won a Peabody Award for that scene). That aside, very little, if anything else, worth remembering. -- Submitted By: (BigAl) on December 17, 2010, 12:47 am

Frasier - TV Shows
It started to bone beginning with season 6. It boned even more when Simon was introduced, and finished in Season 8. "Motor Skills" kinda told me it was nearing the end. Although, some Season 9 10 and 11 episodes were very funny. Anyone else kinda annoyed with the fact Jane Leeves (Daphne) changed hairstyles every season? Some were good, a few ok, some horrible -- Submitted By: (LD1808) on December 16, 2010, 5:48 pm

NCIS - TV Shows
Eh...somthing about it was diffrent after Jenny died. But It's still a great show. -- Submitted By: (LD1808) on December 16, 2010, 5:43 pm

Pokemon - TV Shows
I Love this show. Correction: I LOVED this show. I heard it was originally gonna end after Kanto ended. That would have been wise. Orange Islands were crap with Tracey (no personality). Team Rocket was badass, then kinda funny, now pathetic (ignoring Best Wishes). When Brock returned, it was okay again, but not as good. Then....Misty left. While May was okay, her little brother Max (who served less purpose than Tracey, and was more annoying) was probably the thing that pushed a lot of fans away. It's no wonder Max fell inlove with Tracey when they met >.> Then, after the Hoenn stuff ended, they (ash, May, Misty, Brock, and Max) traveled through Kanto for the Battle Fronteir. My thoughts were "Okay, this looks good. Bringing back Misty..." (Two episodes later) "Oh...she left." Then they had to change Voice actors for no reason (some vauge lie about Contract stuff was their best excuse). While I was kinda releived we wouldn't have to put up with 4Kids and their biggotry against Riceballs, it was the fact that they recast everyone. Ash sounds like he's on drugs, James sounds like he has a headcold, Jessie sounds like she inhaled an endless supply of heilium, and Meowth.....I'm not even going there.... It should have ended this way: After losing the Indigo Leauge (Kanto), Ash Misty and Brock return to Pallet Town. Prof. Oak tells them about Jhoto, and they head there. The last frame is a still of the three of them walking towards the sunset, with Jessie James and Meowth following them (and Ho-Oh flying overhead). But, greed made Diamond and Pearl. Yeah...New VAs + Non serious Team Rocket + Dawn = failure. And it didn't help that they changed the coloring process at the end of Johto (Jessie's hair is now Pink, the backgrounds look like some cheap 4kids original series, etc). -- Submitted By: (LD1808) on December 16, 2010, 5:40 pm

Mythbusters - TV Shows
This show has been going downhill. The theme episodes suck. Most of the time they aren't even testing real myths anymore. -- Submitted By: (ARockford) on December 15, 2010, 11:38 pm

Dawson's Creek - TV Shows
*Major Spoiler Alert* (so not to ruin it for all the DVD late-comers like me) I loved Seasons 1 and 2. Series 3 is definitely when Dawson's Creek jumped the shark. This is when Kevin Williamson (the creator) walked out to pursue making movies. I can't fault him for expanding his career but it's too bad. He had such magic going with the show. I do think the first Bone the Fish sign was having Joey wear a wire to bust her Dad. It was just too awkward, too out of place. It could have been forgiven/forgotten though if season 3 hadn't been such a train wreck. Also I'm really pissed that Dawson and Joey never got to really date. I think they broke up one episode after they got together. Where was the deep romance, the dream come true? Giving Dawson a night with Jenn in season 6 was a small consolation prize 6 years too late. Season 2 was only really saved by Pacey and Andy. More Grievances: It was just evil having Joey pick Pacey." What a load of crap. I didn't see them together. It didn't make sense to me. What about all the build up in season one, the been best friends forever thing. Maybe the writers had done too much damage by then. Maybe all the old fans had left and the new fans wanted Pacey. Who knows? I also heard a rumor that Kevin Williamson came back to help write the finale and at the last minute changed the story to have Joey and Pacey end up together instead of Dawson and Joey. Why destroy a match made in the stars? Another complaint: Why make Andy cheat on that test? In the words of Paul Stupin (the producer) : I'm not sure [Andie's] character EVER recovered. Interesting side note: Many people I meet love the show but have never seen seasons 1 and 2. The real meat of the series and what made is a phenomenon was the tension in the first season building up to the idea of "Will Dawson kiss Joey?." A lot of fans have never seen that. And frankly if you haven't seen seasons 1 and 2, then I'm sorry, you haven't seen Dawson's Creek. -- Submitted By: (wilddrawfour) on December 15, 2010, 6:24 pm

Friends - TV Shows
I grew up in the 80's and 90's. I was 11 or 12 when friends came out. At that age I didn't like the show. I though it was just a bunch of not very well written comedy. I'm 27 now and I think I finally "get" the Friends. A bunch of miserable 20 somethings struggling with the same problems that I have: hanging out with people who have vastly different incomes than me, attempting to play the stock market to delay getting a job, people I know dealing with divorce at a young age. Sure the show is a farce, sure they couldn't afford those apartments, sure they would never have that much time to hang out in the coffee shop. Who cares. This IS fantasy land, and was ment to be. Its just good fun. And to the person who thinks that Jennifer Aniston isn't hot, or is only hot because the media tells us so, HOW RIDICULOUS. If Jennifer Aniston had AIDS I'd have to think about it (boning her). -- Submitted By: (wilddrawfour) on December 15, 2010, 5:29 pm

Yo Yogi! - TV Shows
Even Arsenio Hall made fun of this show. -- Submitted By: (Travoltron) on December 13, 2010, 10:03 pm

United States of Tara - TV Shows
Tara - Bull -- Submitted By: (lrbloom) on December 13, 2010, 7:44 pm

Square Pegs - TV Shows
This show never boned. It never got the chance. It was fresh and funny but didn't get the ratings so it was cancelled after only one season. What a shame. They should have given it time to find it's audience. It was a great show. Several of the young stars on the show when on to be successful. -- Submitted By: (Ruebene) on December 13, 2010, 1:45 pm

Power Rangers (original) - TV Shows
Wow, some people take Power Rangers pretty seriously... I always thought the show was campy cheese aimed for the kiddies from the beginning. Probably was at its best with the original cast, but this was never this deep, great action program like some people are trying to make it out to be. -- Submitted By: (kingbk) on December 12, 2010, 5:07 pm

View, The - TV Shows
MadTV sums up this show best. (I think Family Guy ripped off this sketch, BTW.) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T8-RGQUAdno -- Submitted By: (Travoltron) on December 12, 2010, 4:32 pm

Dexter - TV Shows
Dexter doesn't get caught for 2 reasons - most of the people he kills were the types that nobody will miss and secondly since is an expert in forensics he knows how to cover his tracks. -- Submitted By: (lrbloom) on December 12, 2010, 2:27 am

Saturday Night Live - TV Shows
It's just not funny anymore. I can't remeber the last timeit was actually funny. There was the original cast in the 70's and then Eddie Murphy kept it alive and then maybe Dana Garvey and Mike Myers which was pretty funny, and then I remember some really stupid movies coming out with SNL cast members like the Superstar Movie or the Stuart movie or whatever it was. The originals were clever and funny but then like the movies it started to become annoyingly stupid rather than funny. It relied too much on fart jokes, gay humor and gross out jokes. I was working a lot on Saturday nights and this coupled with the impression that SNL had started to suck contributed to my lack of interest. Since like many others these day I have lost my job and my Saturdays are free, so I checked it out and the best thing I could say it that somebody does Obama pretty well and it's all down hill from there. There had been a time when SNL was the coolest thing on the air. There was great satire and clever jokes and a freshness about it and now it's just dull and stale drivel with jokes about people slobbering all over each other, poop jokes (I mean jokes where it's supposed to be funny to imply that someone shits in the pool) and it doesn't get any better. The is as good as the guest stars and that it's. The one with McCartney was good but mark my words that Paul was in good form that night be he was theonly thing worth wathcing about this whole mess. It's time to pull the plug on this dinosaur and let it die DNR -- Submitted By: (lrbloom) on December 12, 2010, 2:14 am

Power Rangers (original) - TV Shows
All righty more ranting! When the rangers were made into kids they were temporarily replaced by aliens with a warped version of the power ranger theme. Eventually Bulk and Skull left the show and thus died the GOOD comedy. The shift to turbo (no pun intended concerning the opening of said series) didn't make sense to american viewers, esp. since both the zords and the enemies are weaker than the zeo counterparts. In summary PR started to bone near the end of season 2. Season 3 was for the most part too silly even though it did have it's moments. Boning got worse with the aliens. Zeo restored much credability however that was destroyed with Turbo. In Space it restored some credability again but was destroyed with Lost Galaxy. After that PR just became worse and worse with each season. Disney got hold of it and somehow made it even worse yet. Saban has rights to it again but it's too late. The previews I've seen just confirm that it's gonna suck. In my next post I'll describe what they should do with PR if they want it to be great again. -- Submitted By: (Acobjum) on December 11, 2010, 8:51 pm

Godzilla: The Series - TV Shows
So bad it made the 60's (I think that's when it was made) Hanna-Barberra cartoon of the same name look great by comparison. And that is also after factoring in Godzooki. -- Submitted By: (Acobjum) on December 11, 2010, 5:11 pm

Power Rangers (original) - TV Shows
Many downers for me concerning this series. Where to begin... Bulk and Skull became cops, that was a major boner there. Bulk and Skull are supposed to be punks, not cops. The only way they would ever be so is if either drafted against their will of tricked into it. Jason, Zack, and Trini were replaced by...I can't remember, because their replacements were simply not memorable enough. The replacements didn't stand out very well and were generic. Also the villains became sillier and sillier. Zedd used to be the coolest villain. He had Serpentera, he destroyed the dinozords with just his Z-staff, he had a creepy theme, he had it all! By the end of season two (or was it 3?) he married Rita and just became a wuss. Similiar happened to Goldar. He was one of the coolest villains and nearly killed Jason at one point. But just like Zedd he became a wuss. All the villains after Zedd just became sillier and sillier. It got to the point of wondering if they were the comedy relief and not Bulk and Skull. The rangers changed too much. It used to be 50+ or so episodes they would be one thing and eventually change. Now it's every 20 to 30 episodes. There was no real way to keep track. Zordon leaves and is eventually killed. His death was supposed to destroy all evil but somehow evil survived thus making his death meaningless. Alpha 5 is replaced with 6 and 6 has such an annoying accent. He is not likeable and you just hate him. Kimberly is replaced sometime in the 3rd season. While her replacement is somewhat memorable she is unfortunately stuck in Kimberly's shadow. Billy loses his powrs for BS reasons and is replaced by a kid for some odd reason. I never understood that. I hated the fact the movie was non-canon. Imagine my shock to find out that the likeable and great batman-esque villain Ivan Ooze is replaced by the stupid Master Vile and that the hot chick is replaced by the retarded hero wannabe Ninjor. Also the story just got more and more stupid. I'll have more to rant about later. -- Submitted By: (Acobjum) on December 11, 2010, 4:58 pm

Time Tunnel, The - TV Shows
Not bad but did anyone else wonder how they managed to keep their clothes lean leaping back and forth to different times- and why they couldn't ever quite make it back? It was interesting seeing the former Miss America Lee Meriwhether as one of the scientists futiling trying to bring them back home as it was rare to see a beautiful woman depicted as being a scientist back then! (Anyone wanna imagine how different "Gilligan's Island" might have been had the performers playing Ginger and the Professor played each other's roles? Ginger could be quite clever when it suited her-and easily outbrained the other women!) -- Submitted By: (Pelirojo) on December 11, 2010, 4:50 pm

Get Smart - TV Shows
Elainewoods, Although I think it went on a bit longer than it should have (the 99 wedding and birth of twins,etc.), I think it rocked- especially 99! Funny thing is that Barbara Feldon said that some REAL spies approached them and asked them to make the show's gadgets for real- not realizing that they were nothing more than painted cardboard and sound effects! LOL! -- Submitted By: (Pelirojo) on December 11, 2010, 4:30 pm

Yogi Bear 1961 - TV Shows
Bad news. The virus that causes Hollywood to make live-action movies based on classic cartoons has spread to poor Yogi Bear. Yogi will be voiced by Dan Aykroyd, and Boo-Boo will be voiced by Justin Timberlake. Ironically, just a month ago I was thinking: "Let me guess, Yogi Bear is next." -- Submitted By: (Robert) on December 11, 2010, 9:25 am

Unit, The - TV Shows
This started out as a mission oriented drama with a little sprinkling of home life to soften the ever-so-tough "assasins" of the elite unit. It seemed obvious to me that someone wanted this show to be cancelled, so they began bone the fish by moving the time slots all over the place. They eventually cut the (fish)head off by having dumb episodes such as: 1) Mack having visions of talking with killed team-member Hector Williams (aka Hammerhead) to conjure up memories of the fatal shot to figure out who was the sniper. 2) The untrained wives are ordered to go undercover on a long-term mission to flush out homegrown terrorists. 3) A new YOUNG PUNK member is sent "Super Duper" undercover to fool the seasoned veterans of the unit by faking an attempted rape of a female unit member. -- Submitted By: (Understated) on December 10, 2010, 10:15 pm

Sarah Palin's Alaska - TV Shows
It amazes me how an ex-governor who served half a term gets all this press and people love her. So many people are lemmings. How come we never got anything about Geraldine Ferraro? She was the first woman selected to be VP? Or why not something on Dan Quayle, Dick Cheney, or Al Gore? They were actually vice presidents. -- Submitted By: (MCS) on December 10, 2010, 3:59 pm

He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (1983) - TV Shows
Mattel can never use the name Fisto again because George Lucas stole the name for one of his lousy Prequel characters (Kit Fisto). Mattel had to call him "Battle Fist" in 2002 because of Lucasfilm and Hasbro. And I don't think GL would ever let a trademark lapse like Mattel did. -- Submitted By: (Travoltron) on December 9, 2010, 8:51 pm

Walker, Texas Ranger - TV Shows
Seeing what Norris is about, I would tend to bet on the latter. He is not like Steven Segal or such who has such a gigantic ego, and seems well grounded, so unless something else is up, I think he is in on the joke, and uses it so he can get himself work. -- Submitted By: (PYLrulz) on December 9, 2010, 8:38 pm

Charles in Charge - TV Shows
Baio was one of those teen 'stars' that Hollywood execs were banking on to become a hot ticket item, and they were determined to keep chucking him down the audience's collective throat until they could finally come up with a property he'd catch fire in and become a major star (think of him as a proto-Keanu Reeves, only without the latter's fluke success). Never happened, and the fact that his career high point was 'Joanie Loves Chachi' tells you pretty much all you'd ever need to know about this Grade-B wanna-be matinee idol. -- Submitted By: (elainewood) on December 9, 2010, 5:27 pm

Lost - TV Shows
Overrated from the word go, but it would've been salvageable if they'd been smart enough to call it quits after three seasons. Everything after that was just padding, and the whole 'flash-sideways' premise was simply a very lame device to drag the series out far beyond what ought to have been its natural lifespan. -- Submitted By: (elainewood) on December 9, 2010, 5:18 pm

Get Smart - TV Shows
This show had some funny moments I'll admit, but I never thought it totally lived up to the hype surrounding it, even when it was in its broadcast heyday. -- Submitted By: (elainewood) on December 9, 2010, 5:15 pm

Walker, Texas Ranger - TV Shows
I've never been certain as to whether Norris is actually so pathologically narcissistic as to actually have believed this series was good, or if he's really much cooler than any of us realized and has been on to the joke of his film/tv persona for years. -- Submitted By: (elainewood) on December 9, 2010, 5:11 pm

Night Gallery - TV Shows
No "Twilight Zone" for sure, but it did come up with a few episodes that scared the *?@! out of me as a kid. And even watching it today in reruns, some of them are still pretty damn creepy. -- Submitted By: (elainewood) on December 9, 2010, 5:09 pm

Archie's Weird Mysteries - TV Shows
The only 'weird mystery' about this cartoon was the weird mystery of why it ever aired in the first place. -- Submitted By: (elainewood) on December 9, 2010, 5:06 pm

Sarah Palin's Alaska - TV Shows
First Bristol on DWTS, now Sarah's reality show. I doubt if Obama lost the election, we'd get "Barack Obama's Hawaii". -- Submitted By: (Robert) on December 9, 2010, 8:45 am

Saturday Night Live - TV Shows
Dana Carvey was the effin' MAN!!! Put me in the "haven't watched for years because it got so pointless" crowd. -- Submitted By: (DolFan316) on December 8, 2010, 7:49 pm

Sarah Palin's Alaska - TV Shows
I think this is a sign of the apocalypse. -- Submitted By: (MCS) on December 8, 2010, 5:40 pm

Saturday Night Live - TV Shows
I'm inclined to agree that SNL was at its best years ago. I watched SNL back when I was in high school - at first, I watched for Deep Thoughts, but I eventually found myself liking other skits (Bill Swerski's Super Fans, McLaughlin Group and Wayne's World to name a few). I stopped watching some time after Dana Carvey left. -- Submitted By: (BigAl) on December 8, 2010, 12:41 pm

Saturday Night Live - TV Shows
I hardly watch SNL. For the most part, it's just not funny. -- Submitted By: (MacFan95) on December 7, 2010, 10:58 am

Saturday Night Live - TV Shows
I haven't watched it for years. I read that in 2008 SNL dropped the TV Funhouse segments, the only good thing left on that show. I'd love a complete DVD set of all 101 TV Funhouse segments. (There was a "Best of" DVD in 2006) I can't even find such a collection on BitTorrent. -- Submitted By: (Travoltron) on December 7, 2010, 1:38 am

Jetsons, The - TV Shows
I was introduced to the show during the '80s version, which also cycled in the '60s eps as well. I couldn't tell the difference back then and I think they actually did a faithful job. That is, until 1990 when they released The Movie. This was to be the last time the original cast would be assembled (George O'Hanlon and Mel Blanc died during production), but then some idiot exec insisted they throw out the recordings Janet Waldo made for Judy Jetson and hire fading pop star Tiffany to replace her in order to make the movie "hip". The plan failed. The movie flopped and was hated by critics. The franchise has been dead for 20 years now until the inevitable live-action remake comes around. -- Submitted By: (Travoltron) on December 6, 2010, 3:46 pm

Family Ties - TV Shows
Fit the 80s stereotype of complete cheese TV, but Michael J. Fox made the show much more tolerable as Alex P. Keaton. -- Submitted By: (kingbk) on December 6, 2010, 2:46 pm

Family Ties - TV Shows
At least they've never attempted a reunion movie. The "Family Ties Goes to England" TV movie was bad enough and best forgotten! -- Submitted By: (Pelirojo) on December 6, 2010, 10:06 am

Sopranos, The - TV Shows
We have to assume that the Russian either died in the snow as he was apparently wounded pretty badly or just disappeared. He was only a minor character. The real Mafia probabaly have people that just disappeared all the time...if you know what I mean? -- Submitted By: (lrbloom) on December 2, 2010, 10:07 pm

Private Benjamin - TV Shows
I thought the movie was overrated and never watched the tv show. The moive's one redeeming quality was Goldie Hawn and without her... -- Submitted By: (lrbloom) on December 2, 2010, 5:50 pm

Dallas - TV Shows
Not to repeat myself but I remember watching the show more in reruns than whne it was an actual series. I always thought that the weekly series moved to slow and spent too much time on Sue Ellen whining about JR and not enough time on JR at the office. The business stuff was interesting but the soap opera crap was just pathetic. I started to wathc the show in syndication daily which meant the stories moved a little faster but still seemd sluggish. I noticed it took about 5 episodes to resolve any storyline no matter how pitiful it was. Then I bought the dvds online for less than 10.00 a piece in 2009 and watched and still found myself having to fast forward through Sue Ellen at the shrink's office and various other nonsense. The first real BTF moment though was when Ray Krebbs pulls the plug on his nephew Mickey Trotter in season 7. This seemed totally out of character for Ray, always the hero until that moment. Then to add insult to injury Ray is aquitted in what had to another BTF moment, Mickey (a likeable good humored character) is completey forgotten by everyone including Lucy after a tantrum is thrown at Ray and at Sue Ellen. After this, I thought the Ray Krebbs character was never the same. From then on I can't count the number of BTF moments on this show. Surely Dallas must deserve an award for most ridiculous storylines. -- Submitted By: (lrbloom) on December 2, 2010, 12:31 am

Weird Science - TV Shows
Weird Science held up well as a movie, as a TV show...that's something else. It was okay for a few episodes before it started getting predictable. Some episodes were painful to watch. -- Submitted By: (BigAl) on December 1, 2010, 8:29 am

Spiral Zone - TV Shows
Never boned. I watched this when I was in 6th grade (it ran before The Bozo Show on WGN) - if there was a show that was exciting, it was Spiral Zone. -- Submitted By: (BigAl) on December 1, 2010, 8:17 am

Partridge Family, The - TV Shows
Never liked this Mommy and kids in a R&R band - it was too "cartoonish" -- Submitted By: (lrbloom) on December 1, 2010, 3:07 am

Munsters, The - TV Shows
Just plain dumb fun - I can't be serious about this long enough to write constructive criticism. -- Submitted By: (lrbloom) on December 1, 2010, 2:38 am


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