TV Shows I've Seen Every (or Nearly Every) Episode Of

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  • As Time Goes By
  • Battlestar Galactica (the original series)
  • Friends
  • Mash
  • Northern Exposure
  • Seinfeld
  • Sex and the City
  • Star Trek
  • Star Trek: The Next Generation
  • Star Trek: Voyager
  • Frasier
Author Comments: 

I've watched a lot of other shows, of course, but I liked each of these enough to see every episode. I've seen the Star Treks so many times that I can practically recite whole episodes.

Oh, c'mon, give Everybody Loves Raymond a chance...I absolutely despise Friends, but Raymond is a funny, honest show with a great cast. I love how the smallest situations snowball into such huge dilemmas, as they often do in real life. It really reminds me of my life and my family.

Looks really really dumb to me. I'm not much into "sports humor" and that seems to be all it has going for it.

Ray may be a sports writer, but it has hardly any sports humor in it. At all.

Ah, Frasier one of my all-time faves.. do you like it?

I'm really not much of a sit-com person so my reaction is automatically a bit biased. And at this point, I've only seen about twenty episodes, but so far it's not too bad. There's some funny moments. The characters seem OK. The occasional witty line zings by. But nothing strikes me as really wonderful and insightful. I guess if I were to give it a grade, I'd probably go with a C+ or a B-.