Is there old reruns you can never get enough of?
I am absolutely hooked on Fraiser that I never knew anything about until years after the show had gone off. How about you?
YES there is. I am always excited for any episode of Desperate Housewives. I have seen every single episode so far and would never get sick of any of them.
I have two favorites.....NCIS and Bones. I love to watch the current episodes and the reruns. I love them!
I have several. I enjoy many of the shows from the 70's, 80"s and 90's..most of them I didn't see during their initial run. But the show I try to never miss is Criminal Minds. Also love runs of CSI:Miami especially seasons 1,2 and 3 and Law and Order: Criminal Intent the first 4 seasons.
I used to watch Frasier but never saw the entire series. Just started watching it on the Hallmark channel a few months ago and ended up buying the entire series - it is hilarious.
I never tire of I Love Lucy, Friends and Star Trek TNG. Own all of them and really enjoy them.
Oh and each and every episode of NCIS. We are always wishing we had a full NCIS channel - we really enjoy all of them.
Back when VHS was still fairly new I taped almost all of the I Love Lucy episodes. Have no idea why. Also, a lot of the old dance musicals on TCM. Boy, has that been awhile now. Oh, Frasier is a good show!
On Friday nights I watch DVDs of old TV shows. My favorites are "Burke's Law," "The Green Hornet," and "M*A*S*H."
My favorite tv-sitcom is Friends. This famous tv-show was packed with humour and crisp screenplay dealing with day to day routines and issues such as relationships, friendship,dating,marriage etc usually done by young people in real life, which made it an overall entertainment for its fans. Though I watched them for the first time many years later after this serial came on air I enjoy watching this tv-sitcom on Star-World and again viewing its reruns, particularly its funny episodes which had me holding my sides in laughter. Its entire cast enacted their performances very well and naturally that the audience though all ages, particularly teenagers and young people, were able to relate well to them. No wonder, this show became and continued to be a cult show and gained world-wide fame for many years! Its fans, including me, are never tired of watching its reruns.
I never watched "Friends" during their season runs. However, now that they are in syndication, I get a double dose of them every night right after the news.
The talent that came out of those six young people were amazing. I also realized just how many celebrities were either guest stars or got their careers boosted after appearing on an episode of Friends. I have two favorite episodes of Friends. The first is when Joey learns to speak French for an audition. Pee your pants funny and the second is when everyone finds out about Monica (played by Courtney Cox) and Chandler's (played by Matthew Perry) relationship. Again, another comedy timed piece.
I will always watch any of the Star Trek shows--originals and all the spin-offs: TNG; Deep Space 9; Voyager--and I'll watch them for the 3rd or 4th or 10th time in preference to some of the garbage that is being presented now, such as all the so-called "reality" shows.
I have a soft spot for BlackAdder British TV episodes, I keep hauling out my DVD set every year to see the same jokes, never get tired of them.
yup!! i love FRIENDS like crazy, and the reruns make me laugh as much as i laughed when I saw it first.
of course seinfeld, bob newhart, soul train, mash, and boy i wish they would bring back the old beatles cartoon....
I could never get enough of Two and a Half Men or Friends. At the moment in the UK we are getting reruns of both of these brilliant series. I could sit and watch them all day and never tire of them. Unfortunately, work gets in the way!!
Yes! "All in the Family," "Sanford and Son," and "The Andy Griffith Show." I could watch these all day!
Forever Knight, and Highlander. I've got both on DvD, and can't get enough. I also have Small Wonder on DvD (it's a guilty pleasure).
I love "Barney Miller," I think it was very under appreciated
And friends and Gilmore Girls!
Oh! And Doctor Who!
Good thing i forget what happens in the episodes after a while! haha!
To go way back, to before I was born, I love the cheesy Adam West Batman series. It was short but so good! As far as I know it is not out on DVD so the only way to watch is when a station airs it. Also I got hooked on NCIS, Gilmore Girls, and Third Watch while in reruns. Thank goodness for reruns!
NCIS, Bones and Castle are my favorite shows. I don't mind watching those over and over again even though I know what the episodes have in them .
For me, there are so many I can never get enough of, and I'll tell you about a few of them and why! First, The Andy Griffith Show! I can never get enough of the reruns so I bought a lot of the boxed DVD sets! There is a genuine peaceful, loving quality in Andy's face, and complete wisdom in all his dealings with Opie, Barney, and anyone else in the episode's plot. I love the way he talks and the kinds of words he uses that are unique to both the locale and time period, just completely charming! Another is The Incredible Hulk series on DVD! Bill Bixby is another actor who comes across on screen as very patient, loving, and kind to the extent I really believe he was this way in real life. The show also is a visual documentation of the late 70's through the early 80's of clothing, hairstyles, cars, mannerisms, social norms, etc. You can even catch a periodic clip with a gas station sign showing the price of gas then! The last example is Bewitched. Samantha Stevens, (Elizabeth Montgomery) has a personality in the series much like Andy and Bill - very wise, caring, loving, and always knowing what to say or how to treat others with respect and kindness. Sure, it's all a script, but I really feel that these people had to be somewhat like their characters for those qualities to shine through with so much honesty. It's interesting to me, because Andy Griffith aired before I was born; Bewitched when I was born through young childhood, and The Incredible Hulk when I was in grade school; all three depict very different time periods in the United States and different lives. One is a sheriff in a small town, one a suburban house wife to and advertising exec, and the other a medical doctor. Two are fantasy based so they delight the imagination; the other almost so utopian that it is a fantasy in itself - referring to Mayberry. All three series leave me feeling very happy, delighted, daydreaming, and wishing I could have met all the actors, I just love them! Another point, I imagine people who are not here anymore such as my grandparents, my dad, all alive - beyond the view that the scope of the studio filming captures, and I wonder what they were doing at that particular time because they are just as much there as anything you can see in the show.
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I like Fraiser too. It has an intellectual hier about it as well as the down to earth venue.
I absolutely love Scrubs, Friends, Fraiser, Lost, an Irish show called Father Ted, Only Fools and Horses, and The Office (both Uk and US versions).
I can watch these over and over again: Will & Grace, Roseanne, CHiPS, I Love Lucy, Gilmore Girls, The Brady Bunch, Andy Griffith, The Simpsons, Family Guy, Seinfeld, and The Twilight Zone. I'm sure there are many more, but those are the ones I can think of right now! Good question!
That happened to me with Fraiser too, and Sienfeld. Totally missed them when they were popular. I also love watching reruns of I Love Lucy. I could watch those episodes over and over.
My favorites only pop back on every few years, but I love it when they do. Twin Peaks, Dark Shadows, and AbFab are my absolute number ones. It's great that Big Bang Theory is on every night now, too!
Based on some of the other responses, it seems I am on a common wagon when I say "Friends!" Some of the episodes I have watched so many times, I could practically say the lines myself ... yet there is something about that cast that keeps me watching if even only as background noise. Another is The Big Bang Theory! What a hilarious cast! )
I still watch "Simpsons" reruns whenever I have a chance.
I didn't get into "Bones" till it had already been on for a couple of seasons so I've been able to catch up on what I missed via reruns on TNT.
...and boy, do I love it whenever SyFy Channel runs a classic "Twilight Zone" marathon!!!
That happened to me with Arrested Development, I just started watching The Office, and I am watching all the old Twilight Zones right now. Love them!
Shows I could watch all the time are Buffy, Angel, One Day at a Time, Golden Girls, Welcome Back Kotter, Barney Miller, Maude ... the list goes on forever lol.
The Beverly Hillbillies top my list of all time favorite reruns. They were genuinely, no holds barred funny! I know, I know...I'm telling my age!!
I have some very quirky ones I adore Pushing Daisies, Hidden Palms(guilty pleasure murder drama), and reruns of Friends are amazing. I actually just watched the episode where Ross and Rachel have to sing Sir-Mix-A-Lot Big Butts to get their baby to laugh. PRICELESS
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