John Heaton (jheaton) wrote,
John Heaton
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We all enjoyed Movies A to Z, and Music A to Z, so feast your eyes now in the latest installment of this game: TV A to Z!</p>
  1. Adam-12: I love a good police procedural, and the length is perfect for my short attention span.
  2. Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Best show ever.
  3. Coupling: More consistently funny than Friends, the series that inspired it.
  4. Doctor Who: My first TV obsession.
  5. Electric Company: Letterman remains to this day one of my favorite super-heroes.
  6. Futurama: Even better than The Simpsons, in my opinion.
  7. Gilmore Girls: I love the soundtrack -- XTC! Yo La Tengo! Sam Phillips! -- and Lauren Graham is hot.
  8. Hill Street Blues: Just a great cop show.
  9. In Search Of: I used to love this show when I was a kid.
  10. James at 15: The made-for-TV movie more so than the series, but the series was good too.
  11. Kids From C.A.P.E.R.: I cried when this got cancelled mid-season. Hey, I was eight.
  12. Law and Order: A great concept, and it's neat that it's so actor-proof.
  13. Melrose Place: My introduction to online fandom.
  14. NBC News Overnight: A great free-form late-night news program, sorely missed.
  15. The Odd Couple: Great casting. Klugman and Randall had great chemistry.
  16. Partners: I'm still mad at Fox for canceling this way back in 1996.
  17. Q.E.D.: A fun series starring Sam Waterston as a Victorian-era inventor-cum-adventurer.
  18. Remington Steele: I really liked its willingness to be goofy. Remember the one about the stolen chocolate chip cookies?
  19. The Simpsons: Granted, it's not as good as it was, but it's still amazingly good.
  20. The Twilight Zone: Still creepy after all these years
  21. Undeclared: Unappreciated.
  22. Vega$: Who doesn't love Robert Urich?
  23. WKRP in Cincinnati: A little dated, but still incredibly funny.
  24. The X-Files: never a huge fan, but I liked it better than Xena.
  25. You Bet Your Life: It's amazing with what Groucho was able to get away with, given the restrictions of the time.
  26. Zoom: I can still sing the ZIP code.

This one was fun. It was nice to have more than one option for Q, for a change. (My second choice was the Richard Benjamin sci-fi comedy Quark.

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