McDuffies wrote:Is it old tv shows or the more recent? If it's old:
1. Monty Python
2. Twin peaks
3. Only fools and horses (predictably enugh)
4. You rang m'lord
And if it's more recent:
2. The mighty boosh
3. Jamie at home
4. How i met your mother (well old episodes at least)
Don't even get me started on animated shows.
There's a fair bit of British in there. Must be a good list.
Komiyan wrote:Have I Got News For You is the best one. They had Shatner hosting the other day and it was GLORIOUS.
That was good.
We tend only to watch BBC, usually just the panel shows and the Saturday night shows like the Voice, Merlin, Dr Who and the Lottery program when its Dale Winton. Most nights we work our way through our box sets again and again. Mainly it's Friends, Red Dwarf, Gavin and Stacey but we also have Charmed (which only I watch) and Buffy, which we haven't watched in a while since it gets so depressing after Series 3. We recently borrowed (and will probably buy) Jeeves and Wooster which we'd never seen before but is brilliant.
Personally if they keep Steven Moffat write Dr Who I may have to stop watching and I normally love watching Dr Who. He recently had a big rant at everyone who says he's making Dr Who too complicated and called them (us) all stupid but I think he's forgetting he's suposed to be making the show for kids. Fair enough, write clever plots with twists and hints to the series finale but when your entire series is a barrage of approaching DOOM then there's nowhere near enough running in the show. And you've got to have the running. They wasted a perfectly good trip back in time where the could of had some serious "It's Hitler and the Nazis but not as you know them" fun because they through in a whole load of River Song exposition instead, bah!