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    Senior Member Eagle Kammback's Avatar
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    Greatest show EVER!

    This was Fox's GREATEST show ever, anybody ever watch it or record it onto DVD or VHS? I want it on DVD but they won't put it out dangit!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzTt0...eature=related
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUvdtFNz0Wk
    AWESOME CHALLENGER!!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJ6FFxBthwc
    Muse-Time is Running Out
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FUtJKSB9b28
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    never saw drive, but your title is flawed.

    everyone knows that the simpsons is "fox's greatest show ever", duh.

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    I love The Simpsons, but, SImpsons isn't as good as it used to be
    Drive
    Futurama
    Firefly
    Simpsons
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagle Kammback View Post
    I love The Simpsons, but, SImpsons isn't as good as it used to be
    Drive
    Futurama
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    Simpsons
    in that order
    even if that was the case, you used the word "ever", which would entail an extended period of time.

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    Senior Member Eagle Kammback's Avatar
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    Drive still comes ahead of the simpsons though for me.
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    The few, the proud, the likely insane, Metro-Atlanta bicycle commuters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikebuddha View Post
    Oh hells yeah!!!! I used to love that show. Some of the actors from Herman's head are Simpson's voices too.
    Hank Azaria and Yeardly Smith (maybe others too...not sure)
    Quote Originally Posted by coffeecake View Post
    - it's pretty well established that Hitler was an *******.

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    Simpsons pfft

    I don't get what all the hoopla is about that show.I've tried to watch it several times wondering what is so funny.It still escapes me.

    I classify it in the same league with Sponge Bob...Lame.

    Drive???
    I have to tell you I am a car guy and always will be.
    Exotics to muscle cars.I just like them.

    I can't afford the exotics but I've had a few muscle cars.
    1970 Nova, 1966 Nova, 1968 Firebird, 1970 Chevelle, 1979 & 81 El Camino.

    That show was bad.The cars don't make the acting or the story line any better.
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    I still liked it, I thought the acting was good and the storyline was OK.
    If you want to get a nice car before the price skyrockets, get an AMC or Rambler Muscle Car
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    Quote Originally Posted by botto View Post
    everyone knows that the simpsons is "fox's greatest show ever", duh.
    Sorry. The correct answer is:

    "It's Garry Shandling's Show."

    The Simpsons lost that title based on its output from 2001-present. Knowing when to call it quits is important for shows.

    And, what, no love for "Ned and Stacy?" It was like Married with Children without the kids to block the spousal hatred.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagle Kammback View Post
    I still liked it, I thought the acting was good and the storyline was OK.
    If you want to get a nice car before the price skyrockets, get an AMC or Rambler Muscle Car
    You said nice car and AMC in the same sentence
    "I didn't see him/her" is a confession, not an excuse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CyLowe97 View Post

    Sorry. The correct answer is:

    "It's Garry Shandling's Show."



    Quote Originally Posted by CyLowe97 View Post

    The Simpsons lost that title based on its output from 2001-present. Knowing when to call it quits is important for shows.
    Fact

    Quote Originally Posted by CyLowe97 View Post

    And, what, no love for "Ned and Stacy?" It was like Married with Children without the kids to block the spousal hatred.
    Remember Unhappily Ever After?
    That show had some awfully funny stuff for a while.
    "I didn't see him/her" is a confession, not an excuse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CyLowe97 View Post
    Sorry. The correct answer is:

    "It's Garry Shandling's Show."

    The Simpsons lost that title based on its output from 2001-present. Knowing when to call it quits is important for shows.

    And, what, no love for "Ned and Stacy?" It was like Married with Children without the kids to block the spousal hatred.
    wasn't that Showtime?

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    Quote Originally Posted by botto View Post
    wasn't that Showtime?
    At first, but it was picked up by Fox in 1987-88 when Fox was only broadcasting a few shows.

    The episode where Tom Petty sings "The Waiting" when the rest of the cast is away for a birth is easily one of my favorite TV moments. IIRC, Garry promised to trim Petty's hedges as payment.

    Quite the self-aware show to the point of interacting with the studio audience. Plus it had the killer Herman's Hermits theme song.

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