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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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Taina - TV Shows
She couldn't wait to see her name in lights...loved it! -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 10, 2009, 3:23 am

Daria - TV Shows
Bring Daria back! -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 10, 2009, 2:26 am

Beavis and Butthead - TV Shows
this is a show so incredibly dumb you'll lose IQ points just looking at it... -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 10, 2009, 2:24 am

Mad About You - TV Shows
This show was so lame I can't even remember who or what it was about or any episodes! -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 10, 2009, 2:06 am

Family Matters - TV Shows
I liked this show...pretty clever. Urkel was kinda annoying and better as Stephan, though. He and Laura finally got together. -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 10, 2009, 1:55 am

My Super Sweet 16 - TV Shows
This show got on my nerves! -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 10, 2009, 1:31 am

Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide - TV Shows
I liked Ned's. His lil tips were so clever and cute. I hope they do that high school Ned's Declassified I heard about because I wanna see if he ends up with Moze or Suzie and if Cookie ends up with Lisa or crazy Evelyn. -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 10, 2009, 1:29 am

Diff'rent Strokes - TV Shows
Number 1 and 3 and the last one are what did it for me, too lol. It was kinda clever and Arnold was cute with the whole "whatchu talkin bout willis?" thing, but the show got old kinda fast. -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 10, 2009, 1:26 am

Different World, A - TV Shows
Cute show...I like it even minus Denise. I loved Whitley. -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 10, 2009, 1:23 am

8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter - TV Shows
RIP to the late, great John Ritter. ♥ -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 10, 2009, 1:19 am

SpongeBob SquarePants - TV Shows
I ♥ SpongeBob! He's so sweet and naive and childlike. -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 10, 2009, 1:17 am

Catscratch - TV Shows
whoever said the number 1 reason :those are supposed to be cats is so accurate! lmao those are the ugliest animals I've ever seen in my life! lol -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 10, 2009, 1:16 am

Fresh Prince of Bel Air, The - TV Shows
I still watch it all the time on every channel including Disney XD. I love it! Even though Fresh Prince got to be Stale Prince after awhile. They ran outta stuff to do once the new Viv showed up and she became too careless. It was like the dark skinned Viv died and Phil replaced her with a lighter, less attentive Viv. Plus, with baby Nicky and Hilary trying to contact her dead fiance, Trevor...sorry but even a classic show like this definately boned the fish. -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 9, 2009, 9:09 pm

Married with Children - TV Shows
haha leave Ted McGinley alone...he was cuter and more fun that Marcy's 1st hubby, Steve. I loved the crude humor of this show and how dumb they were lol. It was funny and sleazy, I loved it. But what boned the fish for me was when they had another baby. -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 9, 2009, 9:04 pm

That's So Raven - TV Shows
I love this show actually. But they made some weird changes like Cory growing up and getting more storylines (foreshadowing Cory in the House?!) and Tonya leaving completely. Plus, there was more Sierra and Stanley and really I could take or leave those characters. -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 9, 2009, 8:58 pm

Game, The - TV Shows
They better put this show back on the air!!!!!!!!!!!! -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 9, 2009, 8:55 pm

Seinfeld - TV Shows
I loved all of Seinfeld even when they took his comedy performances outta the show all together. I missed Larry David, too! -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 9, 2009, 8:45 pm

Hey Arnold! - TV Shows
Overall, pretty good. A few sharks jumpe...I mean fishes boned that I added to the list, but Arnold was a sweet, down to earth, laid back character. Everyone loved him! -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 9, 2009, 8:38 pm

Cheers - TV Shows
I didn't completely hate Rebecca. She was ok, but I liked Diane waaaaaaaaayy better. Plus, of all the trampy, classless women Sam was with, Diane was a good change from that since she was so sophisticated. And it seemed like Sam would really have to give up his player ways and work harder to be with Diane. Rebecca was kinda trampy and more provocative. lol she was too easy. -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 9, 2009, 8:32 pm

Full House - TV Shows
How could the majority say this show sucked from day 1?! This was one of the best shows ever! We coulda had a little less Kimmy Gibbler, though. It was such a cute show other than that, though. Too bad the Olsen twins(Michelle) got rich just for being cute and saying "you got it dude." and Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie) turned to meth. :-( -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 9, 2009, 8:24 pm

Aqua Teen Hunger Force - TV Shows
Nothing wrong with this show at all...it's funny! -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 9, 2009, 8:18 pm

Ren and Stimpy - TV Shows
This show sucked and I can't believe Nick would ever show such crap. The cartoons were ugly and they had gross plots! Worst show ever! -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 9, 2009, 8:00 pm

Sonny With A Chance - TV Shows
Love the show, but she either wants Chad and he wants or they don't. lol stop dancing around it! -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 9, 2009, 7:53 pm

In Living Color - TV Shows
You can do what you wanna do in living color! :-) -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 9, 2009, 6:07 pm

Unfabulous - TV Shows
I personally loved Unfabulous. All the topics like your first kiss and school science fair project, I could relate to. The characters were easy to understand. Obviously, as I got into high school and college and I saw the reruns I was like, "these people are tripping off of nothing. what's the big deal?!" But I guess that's what makes this such a good classic show. It shows us that certain things that are a big deal when you're young don't matter much when you get older. -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 9, 2009, 5:59 pm

Kenan & Kel - TV Shows
Aw here it goes! Who loves orange soda? Kel loves orange soda. Whhhhhhhhhyyyyyy?! I love this show, it's so clever and funny. -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 9, 2009, 5:33 pm

Drake & Josh - TV Shows
I liked this show but it seemed like they were riding the coattails of the very successful Kenan and Kel. Drake=Kel. Josh=Kenan. Megan=Kyra. The parents were like Kenan's parents. They got in slapstickish yet funny adventures like Kenan and Kel. The only diff was that they were stepbrothers and not best friends like Kenan and Kel. -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 9, 2009, 5:32 pm

Zoey 101 - TV Shows
I loved Zoey 101 and when I saw Jamie Lynn Spears on All That and Zoey 101 I thought she was soooo sweet and innocent like Zoey. Then, she surprised me and got prego and ruined the whole show. They said they were bringing it back, but she probably blew it with Nick. -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 9, 2009, 5:26 pm

iCarly - TV Shows
I love iCarly. The only problem I have is that Freddy is always chasing after Carly and he kissed Sam. He's had other girlfriends before and other girls after him so why is he still holding out for Carly and or Sam. Spoiler alert: Freddy might start dating one of them. Sam would be least likely because of the love/hate thing so it might be fun to see. -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 9, 2009, 5:22 pm

Wayans Bros., The - TV Shows
I personally loved this show...I don't see why it ever had to go off the air. BET used to show re-runs. Does anyone still show it? -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 9, 2009, 5:18 pm

Golden Girls, The - TV Shows
I still watch the Golden Girls, I've seen every episode and it's still funny and clever. We still need shows like this today. Some of the topics are a little passe (i.e. homosexuality, AIDs). Of course I'm 20 now, so this show came on when I was a baby and I was watching it then. -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 9, 2009, 4:48 pm

Wonder Years, The - TV Shows
This show was great! For those old enough to have lived in (or through the 60's,) it was nostalgic. The music, the clothes, the dynamics were all a trip down memory lane. -- Submitted By: (Stephanie) on November 9, 2009, 2:47 pm

Teletubbies - TV Shows
"Eh-oh!" "Laa-Laa!" "Uh-oh!" "Tubby Toast!" "Tubby Custard!" Don't let your kids watch this, or they'll have to repeat Kindergarten. -- Submitted By: (Robert) on November 9, 2009, 1:41 pm

Boondocks, The - TV Shows
I think the "Cartoon Network" is racist against having actual cartoons on at this point since they have more "live action" programming on every day! -- Submitted By: (Chubby Rain) on November 9, 2009, 3:27 am

Brady Bunch, The - TV Shows
Other than Mike Brady being gay in real life, it was a good show. I still watch it! I love Marcia on there and seeing her and Peter on VH1 after all these years. -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 8, 2009, 11:01 pm

Boondocks, The - TV Shows
Never boned at all. In fact, Adult Swim (as much as I love them) I think is kinda racist for having the one black show on the whole network only shows the Boondocks once a week and only one episode. Even on the website, the Boondocks only has one episode every week at a time. I personally love the Boondocks, there was no reason for it to go off the air. With classics such as the R.Kelly trial and Gangstalicious, it was gold. There's no way something could bone that was never really given a fair chance. -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 8, 2009, 10:57 pm

Blue's Clues - TV Shows
I loved Blue's Clues as a kid and I admit I still watch it sometimes lol. But it got kinda unrealistic after Steve left. I mean, they show Steve getting on this cartoony looking bus going "off to college." And he doesn't sell his house or take his dog with him. Instead, some random guy comes in (Joe) and he refers to Blue as "his friend" rather than his dog. -- Submitted By: (LauDor08) on November 8, 2009, 10:53 pm

Commander in Chief - TV Shows
The show in my opinion seems more like a Hillary Clinton vehicle. -- Submitted By: (scatcatpdx) on November 8, 2009, 9:26 pm

Torchwood - TV Shows
Torchowwn is missing compelling chartes and stories, unlike doctor who. The show seems to be jut about alien hunting. -- Submitted By: (scatcatpdx) on November 8, 2009, 9:16 pm

Simpsons, The - TV Shows
The problem with the Simpson's is simple. They created a new type of cartoon that was primarly for adults to enjoy, with something for children, too. As the years have passed, other shows, like Family Guy, but many others too, have pushed the envelope further, and the Simpsons simply aren't as outrageous as they used to be. I remember having a shirt with Bart Simpson saying "Eat my shorts, Man!" That was a risque shirt too offensive for me to wear to school. Now I look at what kids are wearing today and have to laugh at myself. What the Simpson's started, other shows are carrying further along. The Simpsons will always have a special place in television history, but the longer they keep making new seasons, the less of an impact they will make on modern pop culture. They are leftovers of the radical 90's that refuse to die, because we all know there is no good reason to kill the show off. We will continue to watch, because as bland as they may be compared to 20 years ago, they are leaps and bounds better than most everything else on television. -- Submitted By: (Shiddy_Smell) on November 8, 2009, 9:41 am

Total Request Live (TRL) - TV Shows
I never trusted the voting system for this show. With help of many of my friends, we were able to make Tom Green's "The Bum Song (The Swedish" a number one on their list as a big joke by spamming their online voting. We campaigned a few days before, and had hundreds of people tell anyone they knew to vote as many times as possible for the song on their website. This was before there was a computer online in every house. It made me realize what a joke their countdown really was when we saw the song on top. This wasn't a countdown of the best songs on the radio. It was a countdown of a few crazed fans clamoring to get a video played on TV, sometimes only to see a few seconds of which. Carson Daly was wise to leave when he did. This disaster for a television pop song countdown certainly was no Casey Kasem American Top 40. -- Submitted By: (Shiddy_Smell) on November 8, 2009, 9:31 am

CBS Evening News, The - TV Shows
Cronkite was an amazing man. I really admire his delivery skills, however, I still feel that Dan Rather was remarkable in his own way. I grew up with Mr. Rather, and his news was the only one watched in the evening in my household until I moved out, and he followed me where ever I went. He charmed me, and always made me feel nostalgic. Katie Couric, on the other hand, is terrible. I believe she was chosen mainly because she is female. There were plenty of other choices that would have been equally as good or bad as she that I might have still disliked, but maybe there is someone out there that could grow on me, like I had hoped Katie would. She may have been perky and bright on the Today Show, great with a cup of coffee, but she doesn't make me feel like she's at home with me, like Dan Rather did. She doesn't give me the feeling as a newscaster that she is sitting beside me, telling me the events of the day. She just doesn't touch my heart like her predecessors did, so the show Boned when she was brought on bored. I can ultimately blame President Bush for taking one more thing away from me (Rather left after the 60 Minutes scandal involving Bush's service records), therefore, I am bitter, but I truly feel like someone else could have done a better job that Katie. -- Submitted By: (Shiddy_Smell) on November 8, 2009, 9:25 am

Growing Pains - TV Shows
The fact that Kirk was a born again Christian is not a problem, it was just that fell into the Hollywood mentality of being over zealous for a cause. Celebrities finding religion are usually some of the worst. -- Submitted By: (MCS) on November 7, 2009, 2:53 pm

Charlie Brown Specials - TV Shows
The Christmas special and the Great Pumpkin are timeless classics. My only problem with the Charlie Brown cartoons in general is the fact that Charlie Brown was bullied in those cartoons and in the comics. Still, at least the characters aren't sociopaths like Angelica on Rugrats. Did anyone ever see Race for your Life Charlie Brown?" Best Charlie Brown movie! -- Submitted By: (MCS) on November 7, 2009, 2:48 pm

FOX News - TV Shows
The other networks may have some biases, but the difference is, Fox News has people who are MUCH more obnoxious than the others. (Hannity, O'Reilly, Coulter) -- Submitted By: (MCS) on November 7, 2009, 2:47 pm

Camp Lazlo - TV Shows
If Cartoon Network wants to even have a chance at staying alive, they should make a spinoff of Camp Lazlo where Lazlo, the Bean Scouts, and the Squirrel Scouts are in school, with Lumpus as the principal, Slinkman as the vice principal, Chef McMuesli as the chef, etc. I say this because CN's reason for Camp Lazlo ending was that it just "naturally ended". I'm guessing this is because summer was ending and school was starting back up for the Bean Scouts. Even if "School Lazlo" or whatever it's called isn't half as good as the original Camp Lazlo, chances are it'll still be better than 95% of the mindless drivel that CN has forced upon its viewers, with the exception of Chowder and Flapjack. Once those two shows end, CN better think of something like this, lest it finally fall into the "Cartoon Graveyard". -- Submitted By: (ScottyB) on November 7, 2009, 10:47 am

America's Funniest Home Videos - TV Shows
Shot to the groin is ALWAYS funny when it happens to someone else! -- Submitted By: (rick283) on November 6, 2009, 11:21 pm

Wild Wild West, The - TV Shows
Yeah, I always enjoyed the reruns growing up! My family and I liked what we called "The Artie Gas" episode! Doesn't Artie carefully hover over some weird liquid? Sorry, it's been years since last seeing the series! -- Submitted By: (SVN) on November 6, 2009, 9:26 pm

Franklin - TV Shows
Nelvana has produced many excellent animated series including "Babar," "The Backyardigans" and "Little Bear." For me, however, I will always know them best for "Franklin." Based on a series of children's books written by Paulette Bourgeois and illustrated by Brenda Clark, this series not only never boned the fish, it actually seemed to improve the longer that it continued. Never mind all of the voice changes in later seasons, never mind the stupid blue vest that they started having Bear wear. This series's strongest aspect was always the quality of its writing and they never lost that, so that many of the episodes in the sixth season (the most recent season, and possibly final one) were as touching as ones from the first season if not more so. There were also four film releases and while I liked the first one, "Franklin and the Green Knight," the best, they're all quite enjoyable to watch and "Back to School with Franklin" comes very close to matching the quality of "Green Knight." A true treasure of a show. It may never come back, though you never know, given how long a break there was between the fifth and sixth seasons of the program. -- Submitted By: (Agent0042) on November 6, 2009, 1:28 pm

Carnivale - TV Shows
Amazing Show. I wish it would have gone on to more seasons, I heard we only got through like one 'book / story / chapter' whatever you want to call it, out of a planned 3 -- Submitted By: (jennilhenry) on November 6, 2009, 12:56 pm

Californication - TV Shows
I still enjoy this show. Something bugs me a bit about this season, but I guess I'll wait and see how it goes. -- Submitted By: (jennilhenry) on November 6, 2009, 12:52 pm

Black Donnellys, The - TV Shows
Soprano's meets Boondock Saints. Really miss this show! It now lives in TV on DVD land. -- Submitted By: (jennilhenry) on November 6, 2009, 12:20 pm

American Gothic - TV Shows
Cool creepy show from my teens. I watched some of the episodes recently and they aren't as good as I remember, but still hold up OK -- Submitted By: (jennilhenry) on November 6, 2009, 12:10 pm

Alias - TV Shows
Always loved the show, but the 2 years later thing was mostly annoying. Then all the lead up of Rembaldi and it turned out to be very disappointing. : / & I hate actors dating and ruining our shows! -- Submitted By: (jennilhenry) on November 6, 2009, 12:05 pm

Sons of Anarchy - TV Shows
My favorite show now. Love seeing Katy as a biker chick, she's nuts! Love everyone in it. -- Submitted By: (jennilhenry) on November 6, 2009, 11:57 am

Growing Pains - TV Shows
I think it's great that Kirk became a Christian...that's cool, but he was so self-righteous about it. According to "E True Hollywood Story", where the cast members were interviewed, he threw a fit when a guest-star actress who'd posed for Playboy years before, was being written into the script. From what I gathered from the interviews, he was just so over-zealous about his faith to the point where he wasn't the same person...and not in a good way. -- Submitted By: (Stephanie) on November 6, 2009, 6:56 am

Highlander: The Series - TV Shows
I loved this show until they had Duncan lop off Richie's head. That was so disappointing and stupid. -- Submitted By: (SilverFang) on November 5, 2009, 9:30 pm

Jeopardy! - TV Shows
Did you ever notice Jeopardy! "Answers" really are no longer actually answers? In the original series and the first seasons of the Trebek revival, the "answer" would more or less be a sane answer to the question, e.g. if the question was "What is Alaska?" the answer was "It's the largest state in the Union." Okay, someone might really ask that question and be satisfied with that answer. Nowadays the question is still "What is Alaska?" but a typical answer is, "In 2008 Lance Mackey won the Iditarod held in this state." Uh, what? That is simply not an answer to that question... outside of bizarro jeopardy world. If someone really answered your question that way, you'd think they were nuts or just a smartass. -- Submitted By: (doctor_awesome) on November 5, 2009, 8:22 pm

Arthur - TV Shows
"Arthur" has now been around for well over a decade. Boy is this series a mixed bag. When it's at its best its easily my favorite of any show of this type, but when it's bad it can be really bad. For me, it's come close to boning so many times, but it's never quite seemed to get there. And some of the most recent material, such as the episode about Mrs. MacGrady having cancer, has actually been really good. -- Submitted By: (Agent0042) on November 5, 2009, 4:54 pm

24 - TV Shows
Never boned, though at times it has come very close. When it's at its best, "24" is pulse-pounding, riveting entertainment that is both fun to watch and keeps you at the edge of your seat. Unfortunately, the show often tends to get caught up in plotlines that are either just plain silly or simply don't add anything to the overall storyline. Fortunately, despite many miscues from the series, the staff has always managed to keep it just watchable enough to keep me from jumping the ship and then generally manages to once again pull off brilliance. I think it may be reaching the end of its days, but I'm definitely looking forward to more. -- Submitted By: (Agent0042) on November 5, 2009, 2:22 pm

Inspector Gadget - TV Shows
The season that added Capeman and changed all the sound effects of the gadgets is when the show started to bone. -- Submitted By: (SilverFang) on November 5, 2009, 10:47 am

Pup Named Sccoby-Doo, A - TV Shows
This show sucked because they turned Fred into a little punk and Daphnie into a little prima donna. -- Submitted By: (SilverFang) on November 5, 2009, 10:46 am

Friday Night Lights - TV Shows
This show started back up again. Fun times. -- Submitted By: (Hikariu) on November 5, 2009, 10:39 am

FOX News - TV Shows
Yes, they're biased. But anyone who claims the other networks *are not* are deluding themselves. -- Submitted By: (SmoothT) on November 4, 2009, 7:40 am

Charlie Brown Specials - TV Shows
The early ones are great. But they went to the well far too many times. There really is an "It's Arbor Day, Charlie Brown" special. But the original Christmas special will always be a timeless classic. -- Submitted By: (SmoothT) on November 4, 2009, 7:28 am

ER - TV Shows
When the cranky doctor lost his arm via helicopter at the beginning of the season, then at the end of the seasonanother helicopter came back to finish the job, I knew it was all over. -- Submitted By: (SmoothT) on November 4, 2009, 7:24 am

WCW Monday Nitro - TV Shows
Just to clarify, while Sting won the title, it was vacated days later, making Sting's win a non-event. -- Submitted By: (SmoothT) on November 4, 2009, 7:11 am

WCW Monday Nitro - TV Shows
While the actual event didn't happen on Nitro, the leadup events did... they had built up Sting's revenge on the NWO for an agonizing 18 months and poised him to finally take down Hogan at Starrcade 1997. But presumably to give new acquisition Bret Hart something to do, and thumb their nose at the WWF once again, they had Sting fail to capitalize on his title shot. Which left all of us slavering WCW/NWO fans who were chomping at the bit to see Sting finally get the best of Hogan with a bitter taste in our mouths. You build up a storyline for the better part of two years just to throw it out the window? The beginning of the end for WCW. -- Submitted By: (SmoothT) on November 4, 2009, 7:10 am

Simpsons, The - TV Shows
The Simpsons were great in the early days - everyone can agree with that. A major factor was that while few topics taboo, controversial viewpoints and storylines were treated with an even hand. Not so any longer. After 2003 or so, the writers (perhaps sensing The Simpsons no longer having the cultural cache it once did), decided it was open season on conservatives. Any attempts at portraying a balanced view of story topics were thrown out the window. -- Submitted By: (SmoothT) on November 4, 2009, 6:54 am

Growing Pains - TV Shows
Hmmm... two rather snarky comments towards Cameron's faith. Maybe someone could provide evidence that Kirk was trying to influence the scripts or push the show in a different direction? It was always a fairly wholesome show ("Boner" nonwithstanding), I don't recall any drastic shift in the tone. Yeah, Mike went from being a good hearted but self-absorbed kid to a responsible adult, but isn't that how most decent people with loving parents eventually end up? -- Submitted By: (SmoothT) on November 4, 2009, 6:43 am

Sopranos, The - TV Shows
For me the series died between seasons 5 and 6. Yes there was a dropoff in quality each season after the third, but 4 and 5 were still highly enjoyable. Elements like Adriana's death, the return and demise of Feech, even the plot with Tony B. at least reminded you of why the series was great. By season 6 everyone was just showing up to do some Sopranos. Instead of doing something new and interesting, like perhaps Tony actually being brought to justice, they just made 20 episodes of forgettable quasi-drama where nothing really happened, they just figured if they had the establish characters walking around the familiar sets, speaking in their charming drawls, and threw in a mob hit every other episode, it would satisfy the masses. And for some reason Vito ran off and had a gay affair. Vito's affair is kind of a poster moment for when this show died... yes it chewed scenery and provided some fratboy giggles, but what on earth was the point? How did it add anything meaningful to the story of Tony Soprano and his family? But that was the problem with everything after season 5. -- Submitted By: (doctor_awesome) on November 4, 2009, 6:43 am

Futurama - TV Shows
The second DVD movie "The Beast with a Billion Backs" was definitely the low point of the series. I think the big misstep with the straight-to-DVD movies was that they were created in a way that they could later be split into 22 minute episodes, which led to some pretty jarring shifts and uneven plots. Hopefully with the upcoming season of "normal" episodes Cohen and Groening can get back to what they do best. -- Submitted By: (SmoothT) on November 4, 2009, 6:33 am

Numb3rs - TV Shows
It pains me to write this, but at the moment, Numb3rs is really on the fast track of boning. If the actual Season doesn't get any better FAST I am out of there. It was bad enough when in the last season Megan and Mildred suddenly vanished...I had hoped that at least Diana Farr (Yes, I liked her character!) would return after a baby break, but nooooo, instead we get to see more and more of this annoying Nikki - I really hate this character! But characters aside, the actual season bones plotwise in nearly every episode. First Larry is going...again! This used to be an interesting character, but I am really getting tired hearing him whining about his place in the world...one season with this crap was enough, I really didn't need a repetition of this drivel. And now...when became Numb3rs a mix of overhyped urban legends and x-Files? The last episode with the Ufos and the strange Goverment agent was simply painful to watch. -- Submitted By: (Swanpride) on November 4, 2009, 4:49 am

iCarly - TV Shows
I like the show, but I don't see what's so funny about an unpopular fat kid constantly taking his shirt off. It's almost as if he does it in every episode he's in. -- Submitted By: (ScottyB) on November 3, 2009, 5:58 pm

Quincy M.E. - TV Shows
When Quincy would try to get serious and intense, Oscar Madison always seemed to be channelled here! Sorry, but Klugman wasn't able to vanquish his comedic persona as effectively as Buddy Ebsen had when he played Barnaby Jones! -- Submitted By: (Pelirojo) on November 3, 2009, 5:01 pm

Second City Television - TV Shows
Funny thing is that I often used to wish those show snippets they'd show 'promos' of actually existed, yet it seemed when they attempted to do full-length shows, the jokes ran out of gas (oil based and otherwise). Still, this was the show to see some of the best sketch comedy by Andrea Martin, Joe Flaherty and the late John Candy! -- Submitted By: (Pelirojo) on November 3, 2009, 4:55 pm

Hollywood Squares - TV Shows
it bone the fish when whoopi hires bruce valiance he is not funny and also when a contestant picks him tom (good host) ask him a question he give out a funny joke time after time before he give a real answer! -- Submitted By: (thedude19766) on November 3, 2009, 9:03 am

Hail to the Chief - TV Shows
It suffered from the fact that there was not a single tolerable (forget likable) character here. Everybody here was an annoying one-dimensional cartoon. Think last gasps of "Empty Nest", "Nurses", and all of "Golden Palace" and you get an idea how the SAME team that created such classics as "Soap", "Benson" and "Golden Girls" could concoct this- but at least this time the public (and ratings) caught on before this got inflicted too long! -- Submitted By: (Pelirojo) on November 2, 2009, 7:21 am

Twilight Zone (1959-64) - TV Shows
Good TV entertainment for the era, and for kids, but there were far too many sentimental stories and predictable punch lines. Still, you can never go back to be completely objective... -- Submitted By: (Zincs) on October 31, 2009, 10:48 pm

Battlestar Galactica 2004 - TV Shows
I'm continually amused by how far this once great show has fallen- now the complete Ret-Conning has gone full circle with the release of the DVD "The Plan". Which tries to explain the horribly done "shock writing" of the final five and the miserable and poorly regarded finale of this show. It's amazing since like the horrible ending of the anime "Neon Genesis Evangelion" they TRIED to go back with the two movies "End of Evangelion" and "Death/Rebirth Evangelion" to end that series properly- both failed miserably and the series is still not ended in any proper way with Hideki Anno shitting on the fans- Ron Moore and Co have now matched Anno in almost every aspect of BSG 2004- and the ret-conned attempt to "end the show" after it was completed in such a half assed way over the last season- here is some advice- actually hire real writers and plan out what you are going to start and end with instead of making up plot twists and nonsesne to shock the fans with no proper ending. -- Submitted By: (Chubby Rain) on October 31, 2009, 8:27 pm

Sanford and Son - TV Shows
Never boned. A hilarious show, and at least the time during Redd Foxx's contract dispute had the hilarious Wild Parsley episode. -- Submitted By: (TheTruth) on October 31, 2009, 3:28 pm

Weather Channel, The - TV Shows
The network boned when NBC bought it and decided to give Al Roker his own show and they recently showed "The Perfect Storm". But truth be told, TWC has sucked ever since thet start making stuff like "Storm Stories" "It Could Happen Tomorrow" and "When Weather Changed History" -- Submitted By: (tvfan) on October 31, 2009, 1:47 pm

Saturday Night Live - TV Shows
Well, Mad TV was a boil that got bad and was thankfully lanced. Now they just need to do the same to this mess. The ONLY reason it hasn't been canned is because it's been on for decades. That shouldn't be the quality that keeps it on the air. If a show isn't good anymore (and SNL isn't) then it's time to pull the plug. -- Submitted By: (JLer2562) on October 30, 2009, 7:30 pm

Scooby Doo - TV Shows
Yeah, Scrappy sucks Scooby Snak dust... ...on the other hand, would it have killed them to present the gang with a standard locked room murder mystery? A different flavor from the ghost chasing, but still.... -- Submitted By: (NotABot55) on October 30, 2009, 6:53 pm

Ghost Whisperer - TV Shows
The whole Jim/Sam storyline is idiotic and sloppy. Once they made the decision to kill Jim off, they should have left him dead. They could have still used David Conrad to play Jim's ghost, but the whole "taking over someone else's body" concept is just too stupid. Now factor in Aiden and the fast forwarding 5 years and it is even more lame and unwatchable. -- Submitted By: (DianneF) on October 30, 2009, 6:52 pm

Friends - TV Shows
What is this, a white-bread version of Living Single? The real boning is that this POS lasted longer! -- Submitted By: (NotABot55) on October 30, 2009, 5:49 pm

Daisy of Love - TV Shows
To paraphrase Boddicker from RoboCop, "bitch, leave!" -- Submitted By: (NotABot55) on October 30, 2009, 5:28 pm

Wheel of Fortune - TV Shows
Let's start with the weak contestants. If you see a WoF contestant doing any of the following: - solving the puzzle after buying a vowel - solving the puzzle with less than $1000 - taking the $1000 for the Mystery wedge when you have no money in round 3 - abusing the Free Play wedge to buy vowels for free ...that's a good sign of a weak contestant! What part of "You can only be on this show once in your life" don't they understand? C'mon, play for keeps or go home! As far as prizes go... you know, I probably had to set aside some time away from work and whatnot just to get onto WoF, so the last thing I need is some trip that I probably can't use within a year of winning it! -- Submitted By: (NotABot55) on October 30, 2009, 4:02 pm

Doctor Who - TV Shows
Daleks first climbed stairs (by implication) in "The Chase" when they somehow got onto the upper deck of the "Mary Celeste" from the lower deck. -- Submitted By: (LizR) on October 29, 2009, 3:32 pm

Doctor Who - TV Shows
quimbyt: "Im probably the biggest Sci Fi fan in the world, but I hate British Sci Fi. The Brits have no clue when it comes to Sci Fi." If you were, you would know better than to call it sci-fi for a start. The Brits have a valid claim to have invented SF (Mary Shelley and H.G.Wells for starters) so maybe you should think this one through. Also, if you find the current version of Doctor Who hard to follow, you should stick to crayons and leave computers for grown ups. -- Submitted By: (LizR) on October 29, 2009, 3:31 pm

Criminal Minds - TV Shows
and I'm in love with Dr. Reed! -- Submitted By: (Stephanie) on October 29, 2009, 11:30 am

Buffy The Vampire Slayer - TV Shows
Season 3 is where it jumped the shark for me, right from the beginning. Season 2 had been the show's peak but after that it seemed to believe its own hype and importance, with a tendency for horrible, melodramatic, heavy handed moralising like "Beauty and the Beast" and "Consequences", and a lot of the stories just felt half hearted and weak, as if the writers felt they had the formula down pat and didn't even need to try anymore. Case in point being when Buffy finally tells Giles and Willow that Angel was cured when she killed him and simply says in conclusion "it felt good to let it out", instead of saying something more cathartic about how the spell at least afforded her the chance to say goodbye one last time to the man she loved- its a small thing but it indicated to me that things had gotten lazy. There were some good, strong and thrilling episodes that season like "The Wish", "Helpless" and "Earshot" and the odd guilty pleasure a la "The Zeppo", but even then the show was taking a turn for the worse with the 'Scooby Gang' becoming a rather obnoxious, cliquey and vindictive bunch. In later seasons though we became burdened with dull, humourless and obnoxious characters like Dawn and Riley that the show kept demanding we care about, the show became more and more horribly man bashing "Beer Bad" and the arc leading to where a much put upon Spike tries to rape Buffy, and the series just became more melodramatic, shrill, heavy-handed and depressing in a way that just left a hollow shell to the show, and Buffy became less and less like someone you could admire or respect or even want to know. In some ways it was worth it for "The Body", which was a fantastic episode, but otherwise it seemed like the show would have been better ending with the "Becoming" finale. -- Submitted By: (Tanlee) on October 28, 2009, 8:08 pm

Ax Men - TV Shows
Bo-o-o-o-o-ring!!!!!! -- Submitted By: (BrewMaster) on October 28, 2009, 7:42 pm

Battlestar Galactica 2004 - TV Shows
Jumped at the beginning of Series Three. The show had been mostly good up until that point. A bit po faced, pretentious and macho with a tendency for sound and fury melodrama but it was mostly a solid show that held up and was worth a watch, and the Pegasus episodes were the show's best. Then in Season 3 things turned really mean spirited, with Conoel Tigh having his eye gouged out for no good reason, and his wife sleeping with a Cylon (there'd been a horrible whiff of misogyny in how the show presented Tigh's wife but here it just went too far), and then when Tigh found out he killed her. It was just completely out of character for Tigh to do that to his wife, and it was forced in a very brutal way. After that we got the episode Collaborators which was more of the same kind of character assasination where suddenly the cast of characters lost all conscience or genuine sense of will and motivation and simply became pawns for a wrtiting team that loved to make them commit amoral and murderous actions for sensationalist purposes. The whole thing became impenetrably pretentious and devoid of any humanity. Everything about that season was just mean spirited, depressing, meandering, self-involved rubbish that destroyed all good will I had to the show and left me completely unable to care about what would happen next to the characters. The only redeeming aspects of the third season were the interrogation and trial of Baltar with Adama making a brilliant speech about the madness of the lynch mob that Galactica had become. But other than that I did not watch beyond the third season and have no desire to in the future. -- Submitted By: (Tanlee) on October 28, 2009, 5:39 pm

Battlestar Galactica 2004 - TV Shows
I voted the New Caprica business. I think it was a pretty good sci-fi show up to that point, even despite a tendency towards just loud sound and fury (I thought the scene in Season 1 where Cally is held hostage on the prison ship and is nearly raped was needlessly nasty and sensationalist). But all the same the Pegasus episodes in Season 2 were the best of the bunch. Then come Season 3 it went downhill. I'd always felt quite uncomfortable with the misogynistic portrayal of Conoel Tigh's wife, but here it went into nasty extremes with her sleeping with Cyclons to gain her husband's release only for Tigh to find out and poison her to death. This just seemed so out of character for him and forced in a very brutal way. From that point on the show just became impenetrably pretentious and nasty with no genuine humanity to it, characters simply became subservient pawns for the writers when they wanted them to do something amoral or sensationalist and to have no conscience about it. The whole season from there was just so depressing and meandering and mean spirited that it destroyed all good will I had for the show, and I ceased to care what happened to the characters anymore. Only the lead up to Baltar's trial (particularly Adama's brilliant speech about how 'we're not a civilisation anymore, we're a gang') made it just about worthwhile watching. But other than that I haven't bothered with it since Season 3. -- Submitted By: (Tanlee) on October 28, 2009, 5:22 pm

Red Dwarf - TV Shows
Series 7. Even in the first two episodes with Rimmer the show was becoming overblown, gratuitous and nasty, for example the AR scene where Lister cheats his way into the queen's pants. But when Rimmer left and Kochanski took over they tried to force the same kind of antagonistic dynamic there'd been between Rimmer and Lister, except this time with Kochanski and Kryten. But there was nothing natural or sympathetic about this rivalry. It was forced in a way that made Kryten behave extremely out of character in being jealous and hostile towards Kochanski and neurotically trying to highlight every petty problem he had with her slightest faults or habits, which proved problematic because Kochanski didn't have much of a character to pick realistic fault with. It was just unpleasant and mind-numbingly unrelenting and vindictive and there was no way to relate to it, suddenly the Dwarfers no longer seemed like a group of people you'd want to hang out with. Duct Soup was nothing but a needless, mean spirited parade of misery and from beginning to end it was just the crew being nasty to each other with nothing achieved or understood at the end. The final laughs also started to become extremely cheap. Series 8 was something of a pick up but the solid plotting wasn't really there anymore, and comedy scenes became random and no longer evolved naturally from the story or plot. The final episode bordered on incoherent. Back to Earth was pretty unfunny and unsatisfying. Ideally the show should have ended with either Back to Reality, or the Out of Time cliffhanger (in which case end it with the 'To Be Continued' caption removed so that its clear this is the end) -- Submitted By: (Tanlee) on October 28, 2009, 9:57 am

Doctor Who - TV Shows
Jumped when John Nathan Turner took over as producer in 1980, blacklisting the older writers who could write the show in their sleep, removing all character, spontanaeity, humour and imagination and substance from the show, and turning the show into a hollow, soulless, ugly and sensationalist nerd trap full of unlikeable companions, pathetic ineffectual, self-obsessed Doctors prone to acting completely out of character, and contrived, humourless, adolescent and heartless stories that barely qualified as fan-fiction and were often so desperate to be downbeat they had to reduce the Doctor into a shadow of himself. Eventually racking up enough bad episodes that formed a corrosive critical mass, eroding all that was good and enjoyable about the show. Castrovalva is where the show should have ended- it saw the new guy Peter Davison taking over from Tom Baker, and saw the evil Master seemingly vanquished for good. Time-Flight was the first major shark jump. Millions of viewers tuned in after the buzz of Earthshock, and probably went away thinking the whole show was that cheap, dull and appalingly written. The scene where the Doctor and his companions are grieving Adric for a minute before acting bored and changing the subject is particularly offensive, crass and insincere- paving the way for character assassinations of the Doctor and stories ridden by pointless, contrived massacres followed up by some hypocritical moralising speech from the Doctor to pretend the story had something to say. The Five Doctors is where things might have gotten back on track if John Nathan Turner had left here. It was a fun, involving old school episode that was a treat for the fans but might also have engaged new viewers. Warriors of the Deep is the point where the show becomes utterly unsalvageable, as the story completely destroys the Doctor as a hero, turning him into a criminally negligent appeaser who places the enemy's life over the lives of the innocent and has a pathetic crisis of conscience about a kill or be killed situation. This is the point where script editor Eric Saward's body counts equal drama approach takes hold for the worse, and the only way out of this dead end its taken the character of the Doctor down is to go to the other extreme and making him a homicidal jackass with Colin Baker's Doctor. The show is now heading for such an inevitable and disastrous fall in The Twin Dilemma that not even something of the quality calibre of Caves of Androzani can turn things around. New Who started to jump the shark around the time of World War III and The Long Game which were hollow, dumbed down and forced comedy stories but mostly held up well for its first season which managed to be more than the sum of its parts. The real jump the shark point however was The Idiot's Lantern where all believability left the building and the Doctor became simply an obnoxious cartoon character. Things only got worse from there with grand turkeys like Love & Monsters, Army of Ghosts/Doomsday, Gridlock, The Sound of Drums/Last of the Time Lords and the most recent special Planet of the Dead. -- Submitted By: (Tanlee) on October 28, 2009, 9:43 am

Alice - TV Shows
This show boned from day one. Someone convinced CBS to make a TV show based off the movie called "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore". The film was an Oscar nominated drama (for it's screenplay) and it gets turned into a piece of crap comedy that needed cammed laughter for people to know it was suppose to be funny. Add in the death nail of Linda Lavin's singing and the whole thing turns into one flaming bag of dog poo on the doorsteps of humanity. -- Submitted By: (meQal) on October 28, 2009, 5:49 am

Dancing With the Stars - TV Shows
Eventually their definition of what makes a person a celebrity is going to reach a point where it is someone who is well known in their neighborhood. Should be called Dancing With the Has-Beens and Never Was. It is just mildy better than nails grating on a chalkboard. -- Submitted By: (meQal) on October 28, 2009, 5:27 am

NCIS - TV Shows
I always thought the original name was dumb (Navy Naval Criminal Investigative Service?). I was sorry to see Kate get killed, but it increases the tension knowing that any regular cast member might be killed. -- Submitted By: (Rvbuilder) on October 27, 2009, 1:24 pm


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