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Posted on Tuesday, March 16th, 2004

Dave!I love my television and, thanks to TiVo, I am able to watch it with such efficiency that it doesn't pose any big infraction on my life (it's amazing how you can watch an hour-long program in about 20 minutes once you pass through all the commercials and boring bits). If you are looking for a distraction, here's a few suggestions...

Wonderfalls: I've only seen one episode of this new show, but am already hooked. If you missed it, you are in luck because they are running an encore Thursday on FOX (9/8 Central). A young woman named Jaye hears voices from inanimate objects that compel her to get involved in the lives of others in interesting ways. Really cool, WATCH THIS SHOW!!

Alias: The best show currently on television. If ass-kicking spy drama is something that appeals to you, then this is the place. Jennifer Garner is both beautiful and deadly.

The Practice: I never really cared for this show until this season when James Spader joined the cast as attorney Alan Shore. Now I don't miss a single episode (I wish all drama television were this funny and thought provoking). If you haven't watched in a while, now is a good time to start... Shore has been fired from the firm and a really ugly battle is about to commence that's certain to be entertaining.

Angel: When Spike joined the cast this season, a good show became amazing. And now that wimpy Fred has turned into an evil goddess with a shot at redemption, I can't imagine what cool stuff is about to go down. Unfortunately, the show has been cancelled and this is the last season, so best watch it while you can.

Law & Order Criminal Intent: The best of the Law & Order shows and the best cop drama on television period.

Scrubs: Finally a comedy on television that actually has some intelligence to it without becoming boring (like Frasier). This is about the only show that I don't end up fast-forwarding through... you just can't, because there is never a dull moment.

I'm With Her: No, I don't know why.

Sure there are other shows I watch, but these are currently the only ones that I obsess over.

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  1. kazza says:

    urgh I hated how in The Practice they always used to get the criminals off. Pissed me off no end.

    Is bobby still in the show? Or did he finally get locked up for all his activity?

  2. Dave2 says:

    Well, you would be pleasantly surprised by this latest season then. Laura Flynn Boyle and Dylan McDermott (Bobby and Helen) are GONE… it really is a different show, and the endings are not always what you’d expect. The show this past weekend may have had them win in court, but it was far from a victory. Now that what’s left of the firm is trying to fire Alan Shore (Spader), it is going to get VERY interesting. Apparently the show has been cancelled, and they are re-starting it next year with a different focus for James Spader’s character. I can’t wait.

  3. kazza says:

    It’s not enough to make me watch it though.. I only used to watch it because it was on after Ally Mcbeal (duck 🙂 )

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