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Office, The - TV Shows
I didn't even bother watching the Baby episode, or any episode after that. I think it is official: The Office is done. I don't think I am going to watch it next season; not even just to ogle at Jenna Fischer. That is what the reruns are for. -- Submitted By: (Runfromcheney) on March 23, 2010, 8:22 pm

American Idol - TV Shows
Ok, for this week's mentor, they had none other than Miley Cyrus. I don't think anyone can deny anymore that this show is completely BONED. -- Submitted By: (Runfromcheney) on March 23, 2010, 8:02 pm

Late Night - TV Shows
Agreed. I don't know who thought Fallon was a good idea to host. He can't even dream of being in the same league as Letterman and O'Brien. -- Submitted By: (Runfromcheney) on March 6, 2010, 1:26 pm

Full House - TV Shows
Agreed. I like this show, yet I can't watch it past season five, which I believe was the last good season. In season six I just got really stupid with DJ dating that fat deadbeat, and all the focus being shifted on Michelle being a spoiled brat (You can't watch it for five minutes without wanting to reach into the TV and backhand her), and the plots became really cheesy and unbelievable. (The Disney crossover episode was the worst). Then by season 8, it was a mess. What is weird though is as the show got crappier, the ratings went higher. Goes to show America's taste for quality television.... -- Submitted By: (Runfromcheney) on March 6, 2010, 1:24 pm

Twin Peaks - TV Shows
I genuinely like this show. However, it should be noted that the reason why the producers eventually revealed the killer was because the show generally was about the musings of the townspeople, and the murder was just a subplot. However, many didn't understand that, and just thought the show was about the murder, and thus quit watching after their identity was revealed. -- Submitted By: (Runfromcheney) on March 6, 2010, 1:16 pm

Late Night - TV Shows
Jimmy Fallon has killed it in my opinion. He is never going to be nearly as good as Conan O'Brien. -- Submitted By: (Runfromcheney) on February 20, 2010, 12:32 pm

FOX News - TV Shows
My dad watches this crap all day, then all night he does nothing but rant a bunch anti-liberal, Obama-bashing hysteria. Coincidence? I think not. -- Submitted By: (Runfromcheney) on February 19, 2010, 11:47 am

America's Funniest Home Videos - TV Shows
I generally agree with the option that mentions that the show is mainly out-of-date. It was nice and entertaining back in the 1990s, but the internet (and mainly YouTube) sent this show the way of the dodo. Why mail in your videos and hope that it gets aired once on TV when you can upload them to the internet and control its distribution? Same goes vice-versa for the viewer. I don't need to tune in and waste an hour of my time watching funny home videos when I can just log onto YouTube and watch them whenever I am bored. -- Submitted By: (Runfromcheney) on February 19, 2010, 10:29 am

Saved by the Bell: The College Years - TV Shows
I just watched a few reruns of this and I agree that it is terrible. Everything that made the original show entertaining to watch was gone, and all that was left was this boring dreck that seemed to exist solely to see how long NBC could squeeze money out of the franchise. -- Submitted By: (Runfromcheney) on February 19, 2010, 8:39 am

Saved by the Bell - TV Shows
@LorDor08: You can't hold that too much against them, however. The whole reason why the Tori Paradox happened is because they initially made the final season consist of 13 episodes, and they all were filmed, with the graduation episode considered to be the finale. However, NBC then ordered more episodes; the cast's contracts were up, and Tiffani-Amber Thiessen and Elizabeth Berkeley refused to resign, so they created the character of Tori Scott to fill their place, and aired the "Tori" episodes midway through the season as a "buffer". During the time of the episode's original airings, Kelly and Jessie's mysterious disappearances and Tori's sudden appearance (and later disappearance with no explanation written into the show) baffled viewers. -- Submitted By: (Runfromcheney) on February 19, 2010, 8:36 am

Home Improvement - TV Shows
I LOVED this show growing up and have collected the DVD sets; however, I stopped after season 6 because it definitely boned during season 7. During season 6, you see hints of it coming, but the show is still generally enjoyable. During season 7, the show became either stupid, overdramatic, or both. We should give them some credit, though: The reason why the show ended after season 8 is because Tim Allen and Patricia Richardson recognized the declining quality of the show and refused to renew their contracts. ABC offered them truckloads of money to come back (HI still pulled excellent ratings), but they still refused. We should at least go easy on the show for that. Their ratings were high enough that if Allen and Richardson decided to come back, they could have easily dragged it out well beyond its sell-by date. -- Submitted By: (Runfromcheney) on February 19, 2010, 8:19 am

Full House - TV Shows
I must admit, I kinda agree with "Sucked from Day One". This is a terrible show, but at least the 80s seasons make a good guilty pleasure. As the later seasons came though, they put all the attention on bratty Michelle and it became completely unbearable. The chemistry between Joey and Jessie saved it for a short time, but by season six, it was all over. Ah well, when the early episodes find their way into rerun rotation, I find myself tuning in to forget about how shitty life really is. -- Submitted By: (Runfromcheney) on February 18, 2010, 10:11 am

Tonight Show, The - TV Shows
The Tonight Show was on a slippery slope since Carson left, as Leno was extremely bland, cheap, and unoriginal. However, when Leno and Conan started duking it out over the show, it officially became boned. Because of the controversy, Jay Leno is so hated by America now that when he comes back on, nobody is going to watch him and Letterman is going to destroy him in the ratings. -- Submitted By: (Runfromcheney) on February 18, 2010, 10:02 am

That '70s Show - TV Shows
This show was done the moment that Ashton Kutcher left. -- Submitted By: (Runfromcheney) on February 18, 2010, 10:00 am

Saturday Night Live - TV Shows
Saturday Night Live has just become juvinile and stupid. The online sketches by The Lonely Island are the only sketches that are remotely funny. The Target sketch with the Adam Sandler-wannabe UPS man was the worst. It has been on a slippery slope since the 80s, although TIna Fey and WIll Ferrel managed to breathe some life back into it during the late 90s and early 2000s. Once they left though, it was all over. Funnily enough, SNL's fall directly mirrors that of NBC's. Ironic, isn't it? -- Submitted By: (Runfromcheney) on February 18, 2010, 9:46 am

Simpsons, The - TV Shows
I agree with everyone here who says that The Simpsons should have stayed in the 90s. Groening and his pals should have looked at Seinfeld for example; Seinfeld could have lasted well into the 2000s, but they quit while they were ahead and the show has since been forever enshrined as a TV classic. The Simpsons could have been the same if they ended it after season eleven, but they just kept dragging it out. That 90s show was the ultimate nail in the coffin though; it destroyed the entire story of the show and proved that the writers were out of ideas and just don't care anymore. Anyone who disagrees that this show is past its prime needs to buy either season four or five on DVD and watch it; the difference in quality is blindingly obvious. -- Submitted By: (Runfromcheney) on February 18, 2010, 9:40 am

House - TV Shows
This show hasn't boned. Hasn't even come close. The big thing to remember is that the show revolves solely around House, and thus, the rest of the characters (with the exception of Wilson and Cuddy) and come and go, and it will make no difference. I still watch this show and the new episodes seem just as fresh as the old ones. -- Submitted By: (Runfromcheney) on February 18, 2010, 9:32 am

Office, The - TV Shows
I voted for "never boned", as I must commend the writers for how they have managed to keep the show fresh; first with Michael leaving Dunder Mifflin, then with the Sabre takeover. However, the Jim and Pam marriage stole a lot of the show's thunder, and that is making me think that it will be all tired out after next season. The newfound romance between Andy and Erin is they trying to bring back the magic between Jim and Pam, and is a clear indicator that they are running out of ideas. -- Submitted By: (Runfromcheney) on February 18, 2010, 9:24 am

Saved by the Bell - TV Shows
This show is a guilty pleasure of mine. Even though it is cheesy and unrealistic and none of the people can act, the happy early-90s atmosphere sucks me in and allows me to forget about how screwed up high school actually is. As per if it jumped, I say that the franchise should have ended when they all graduated. However, that can't be held too much against this show in particular, because at least they canned it and made a spin off series for when the characters go to college. I think the closest this show came to boning is when Kelly and Jessie mysteriously disappeared and Tori Scott comes to replace them; she subsequently disappears after a few episodes and Kelly and Jessie are back as if nothing ever happened. Fans of the show know this as the "Tori Paradox". My vote goes to "never boned", although I submitted the Tori Paradox to be added the the poll. -- Submitted By: (Runfromcheney) on February 18, 2010, 9:19 am

Tori Amos - Music Groups
I will agree that Scarlet's Walk was her last great album, and her 90s stuff was much better. I can listen to her 90s albums straight through and marvel at their originality and the talent of the artist. Her newer stuff has some good moments, but I never find myself listening straight through anymore, I just pick through the good songs and throw out the filler. That being said though, she is still a hell of a lot better than the commercial, manufactured, rap-based crap that clogs up the charts and the radio these days. -- Submitted By: (Runfromcheney) on February 18, 2010, 9:12 am

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