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leo06girl
15th Oct 2011, 2:01 AM
Are there any movies or shows that you hate that everyone else likes; or vice versa?

I hate that others love/like:
Jersey Shore
The An American Tale/Fieval the mouse movie series, words can't express how much I hate those.
Titanic
Dirty Dancing
E.T.
Twilight (BORING)
Most Remakes, VERY few of those are any good

paksetti
15th Oct 2011, 3:22 AM
http://modthesims.info/showthread.php?t=335825

leo06girl
17th Oct 2011, 1:36 AM
I have already seen and commented a few times in that thread. I wanted to and did make one specifically for television shows and movies.

vhanster
17th Oct 2011, 2:22 AM
Most novel-based movies because they never stick to the plot.

HarVee
17th Oct 2011, 2:35 AM
True blood.

leo06girl
19th Oct 2011, 1:25 AM
I've never seen True Blood.

vhanster, there are countless novel-to-movie adaptions that would be a lot better if they stuck to the plot!

Yue
19th Oct 2011, 4:57 PM
Are there any movies or shows that you hate that everyone else likes; or vice versa?

I hate that others love/like:
Jersey Shore
The An American Tale/Fieval the mouse movie series, words can't express how much I hate those.
Titanic
Dirty Dancing
E.T.
Twilight (BORING)
Most Remakes, VERY few of those are any good

I watched Dirty Dancing with some friends a little while ago and I Hated it. Soooo boring. And I don't like Twilight either ^^.

Drakesecaravdis
19th Oct 2011, 9:38 PM
Twilight. I don't like that kind of thing to begin with so I don't need to watch it to know I wouldn't like it but the hype it got (insane fans especially didn't help) makes me hate it with a passion
in fact I hate it so much that I have a biased disinterest toward all the actors/actresses in that movie

South Park. it's so immature that it's stupidly unfunny.

The Simpsons. I used to watch it when I was a kid and I don't know why.

Seinfeld. blah.


since you mentioned Jersey Shore, I have encountered little of it. I've encountered enough to know the gist so I know it has to be stupid but not enough for me to have ill feelings towards it. I'm not a tv junkie and I don't watch MTV so I am able to avoid it. on that note though, I will say that I hate "reality" shows

leo06girl
20th Oct 2011, 2:38 AM
I hate South Park too, I have never seen the appeal of it.

I used to really like reality television, but I think I'm outgrowing it.

Weisskreuz
24th Oct 2011, 4:46 AM
Twilight
Vampire Diaries
True Blood (I don't know why anyone likes this)
The Tudors
South Park (I don't see the appeal)
Jersey Shore
Jerseylicious
Bad Girls Club
The Help (ugh!)

leo06girl
25th Oct 2011, 6:40 AM
Here is what needs to happen to the Twilight vampires.

Shoosh Malooka
25th Oct 2011, 10:52 AM
Dolphin Tale
Based on a true story of a dolphin. Within the first five minutes you will realize that the movie knows that you know what bs it has crafted, and the sick part is that it will try to peddle it anyway.

Scare Tactics
They throw an unwitting person in a scary situation as payback. Everyone is acting, including the victim. Afterwards, host Tracy Morgan releases another unfunny gag that is always "white people are crazy"

anothereyjana
26th Oct 2011, 5:55 AM
Reality shows
the "Jersey" craze that began with Jersey Shore; despite the fact that most people from New Jersey don't really act like that and are embarrassed to hell and back by those morons (I can kind of relate, what with living in a small working-class Midwestern town, you end up with the whole "trailer trash" or "Jerry Springer" bit from some people).
Katy Perry
The Black Eyed Peas
Family Guy
South Park, as others have mentioned--the really early episodes weren't that bad, and were actually a little funny at times, even with being crude (I'll admit that I've always found that one scene where Kyle cusses out the aliens [in what I think was the first episode] funny), but it's just gotten to the point where there's no doubt that they're intentionally aiming to see just who they can gross out and piss off each episode, and that's just not entertaining.
Shows that basically try and copy the worst of South Park and/or Family Guy to try and get popular.

5M0K3
26th Oct 2011, 11:37 PM
I hate almost everything pop/mainstream. It's not some "oh your generation is just awful" (because I didn't like pop music when I was a kid either) but I WILL say that your generation's television is. Just. AWFUL. I remember the beginning of South Park, and it was semi-funny, but now...? Well as everyone else said it's pretty much just... Shit. All of the other stuff like that; Family Guy, American Dad, The Squidbillies, Aqua Teen, The Boondocks... Those are just the worse of the top of my head. And reality shows... Are just. AWFUL.

Have you ever heard of Loren Bouchard? I think he's very talented, and has created some hilarious shows (Bob's Burgers, Lucy The Daughter Of The Devil, Home Movies) and each show (excluding Lucy) is more... Realistic, if you will, than everything else you see on Adult Swim. For example, Home Movies and South Park are both about some 8 year olds, but in Home Movies, though it is too funny to be real life, it's much more realistic than, oh I don't know, fat kid gets an anal probe.

leo06girl
29th Oct 2011, 9:02 PM
I hate everything on Adult Swim.

Lawli-Lawli
2nd Nov 2011, 12:37 AM
Pretty much any reality TV show...anything that comes on the CW....Twilight, Harry Potter, The Office

leo06girl
2nd Nov 2011, 12:53 AM
I'm not really a CW fan myself.

A friend of mine was telling me about The Vampire Diaries; I told her I hadn't watched it because I didn't like Twilight much. She then says they are as different as night and day, then goes on to give me a long list of their similarities.

5M0K3
2nd Nov 2011, 2:35 AM
Vampire Diaries are the SAME THING as Twilight. I read one of those books once (I love vampires, but more like Dracula killing some people) and it's JUST like Twilight.

leo06girl
2nd Nov 2011, 5:16 AM
It sounds like it. I just thought it was funny that she says they're so different, then immediately gives a long list of similarities.

I like those types of vampires too, 5MOK3. I love the Blade movie series, and compared to those vampires, the ones in Twilight (even the bad ones) are complete wimps.

5M0K3
2nd Nov 2011, 1:42 PM
Haha I can just imagine it. "Check out this book, it's so great!" "...Is it like Twilight?" "No, not at all! It has vampire-human WooHoo, vampires trying to stop vampires from killing some random slut... Like Twilight!"

Elyasis
3rd Nov 2011, 8:53 PM
Actually I have read Twilight and hated it (though I read all of it to prove a point) and watched The Vampire Diaries and it's actually pretty different in the approach although the source material is very similar. It's one of those shows where you have to get past the first few episodes to actually see what it's all about. Plus, Ian Somerhalder is hot and actually a talented actor besides.

http://i2.listal.com/image/1429560/936full-ian-somerhalder.jpg

I admit I watch it just to see him be a snarky git that can't seem to stay clothed for long. :heyhey:

There is not that many things I absolutely hate that everyone adores (if you exclude Twilight as it should be a given). I don't really like Ghost Whisperer or Glee. But I don't exactly hate them either. I'm pretty easy to entertain. :beer:

DeLoure
3rd Nov 2011, 9:13 PM
Glee. The first couple of episodes of the first season was a refreshing idea. Now? It's become an obnoxious parody of itself.
Jersey Shore. I've yet to see an episode of this crap. In fact, I haven't watched MTV since...I was in middle school - that was over ten years ago.
Lady Gaga. She is soooo 2008. ← I know she isn't a show or movie but, I thought I'd include her as everyone raves over her and I'm not sure as to why?
The Exorcist. I've spent YEARS afraid of this shit. For what? I. Don't. Know. It's long, boring and overrated.

As far as Twilight or Harry Potter goes, I have no opinion of these franchises as I have never laid my eyes on the books or films.

SpookyOkyBatGirl
4th Nov 2011, 12:22 AM
I hate that others love/like:

Jersey Shore
Twilight
True Blood
Glee

The Exorcist. I've spent YEARS afraid of this shit. For what? I. Don't. Know. It's long, boring and overrated.

Felt the exact same way dude. I feared it, and my girlfriend made me watch it. It wasn't scary at ALL. It was really, really boring, overrated and nothing scary about it.

But strangely, what I find super ironic/funny, is that I have a great love towards old shows. I love Hazel, I Dream of Jeannie, Bewitched, The Nanny, Full House, That 70's Show and shows that started pre-2000. Does anybody else agree that shows/episodes of some shows began to suck after 2000 hit? Like I LOVED Family Guy until it hit about season three. Lois became a really nasty bitch, Meg became more of an easy target to make fun of, Peter wasn't such a dumbass and Stewie became more of this really questionable homo queer-idiot. (Not bashing gays. Hell I AM gay, but I loved the Evil of Stewie that was always plotting and they ruined his character by making him all just blah.)

DeLoure
4th Nov 2011, 2:32 AM
Felt the exact same way dude. I feared it, and my girlfriend made me watch it. It wasn't scary at ALL. It was really, really boring, overrated and nothing scary about it.

Right?!

Halloween 2010 I decided to watch The Exorcist for the very first time. I was like, screw this! I cannot call myself a horror movie fan if I can't watch the film that started it all.

And so, I did.

Throughout the movie, I spent my time either: (a) rolling my eyes; or (b) laughing my ass off. [The scene where a possessed Reagan pees on the carpet during the dinner party makes me laugh my ass off every single time.]

But strangely, what I find super ironic/funny, is that I have a great love towards old shows. I love Hazel, I Dream of Jeannie, Bewitched, The Nanny, Full House, That 70's Show and shows that started pre-2000.

Does anybody else agree that shows/episodes of some shows began to suck after 2000 hit? Like I LOVED Family Guy until it hit about season three. Lois became a really nasty bitch, Meg became more of an easy target to make fun of, Peter wasn't such a dumbass and Stewie became more of this really questionable homo queer-idiot. (Not bashing gays. Hell I AM gay, but I loved the Evil of Stewie that was always plotting and they ruined his character by making him all just blah.)

Some of THE best television shows took place before the year 2000. (I'm a DIEHARD Golden Girls fan - a show that came out several years before my time.)

I loved Full House, Pee-Wee's Playhouse (something I've come to appreciate as an adult due to its overt sexual innuendos) The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, 3rd Rock From The Sun, Blossom (WHOA!), Family Matters, Boy Meets World, Home Improvement, That 70s Show, Step By Step, The Wayans Bros, Saved By The Bell, The Wonder Years, etc.

Man, we had some good stuff back in the day! Now, we're being smothered by Kim Kardashian's big, fake ass.

leo06girl
4th Nov 2011, 10:04 PM
I have never had any desire to watch any of The Exorcist movies.

DeLoure, I agree completely. Most of the television shows today suck compared to those of the past, movies too. With the exception of Pee-Wee's Playhouse, I loved all the shows you listed.

DeLoure
5th Nov 2011, 1:15 AM
I have never had any desire to watch any of The Exorcist movies.

DeLoure, I agree completely. Most of the television shows today suck compared to those of the past, movies too. With the exception of Pee-Wee's Playhouse, I loved all the shows you listed.

Amen! These days, everything released is a remake, sequel, prequel, shitty equal, 3-D, a book-to-film adaptation or a romantic comedy featuring either Katherine Heigl or Kate Hudson. → I will say that I enjoyed Knocked Up, through.

When it comes to movies, I find myself watching foreign language films released in Europe or Asia. Since the original ideas seems to come from across the pond.

leo06girl
5th Nov 2011, 6:23 AM
Also, about 98% of movies today, you know how it ends from just the previews or the first few minutes of the movie. That's why I loved Sherlock Holmes when it came out (and am excited for the sequel), I couldn't figure out the ending, until it actually ended!

Army Wives and Switched at Birth are the only shows I keep up with, everything else is crap IMO. I used to like Cartoon Network, but now all of its shows are BAD; so I stick to Boomerang.

DeLoure
5th Nov 2011, 4:56 PM
Also, about 98% of movies today, you know how it ends from just the previews or the first few minutes of the movie. That's why I loved Sherlock Holmes when it came out (and am excited for the sequel), I couldn't figure out the ending, until it actually ended!

Army Wives and Switched at Birth are the only shows I keep up with, everything else is crap IMO. I used to like Cartoon Network, but now all of its shows are BAD; so I stick to Boomerang.

YES! I hate watching movie trailers now. The entire plot is revealed! - And, I can't wait until Sherlock Holmes 2 comes out. I loved the first one!

bassoon_crazy
5th Nov 2011, 5:09 PM
I don't like anything that is about zombie apocalypses, so The Walking Dead.

Misanthrope
5th Nov 2011, 5:34 PM
True Blood (Book & Show) The writing is terrible, and I hate Sookie. Nevertheless, I still watch it every Sunday, only to bitch about how awful it is.

Twilight (Book & Movie). My English teacher, who was in her thirties loved it. Seriously? :wtf:

The Tudors

Dexter Seasons 1/2/4 were good. The rest are awful.

Camelot possibly the worst show I've ever seen. Actually, I don't think there's anyone who enjoys watching it.

LOST First two seasons were great, then it went downhill and got really weird.

Family Guy Very formulaic jokes.

Project Runway I used to love it. Now it just makes me angry. Like Tim said, Nina and Michael must be smoking crack.

Mad Men Heard it was great, but I can't get into it. The first few episodes left me saying, "Meh"

Lance
5th Nov 2011, 5:53 PM
As I've said before in that other thread, TITANIC. I hate TITANIC. I would have just not liked it, but everyone were so intent to convince me that's a great movie that I started to hate it.

SpookyOkyBatGirl
5th Nov 2011, 6:16 PM
In Letters to Juliet, I ALMOST didn't go watch it because they TOLD ME WHAT FUCKING HAPPENED IN THE DAMN TRAILER! And endings to movies are too predictable, but yet I still shit out $60 dollars in tickets and popcorn/soda/candy/WHY NACHOS!? to go see them with my girlfriend, bitch until somebody complains about how the movie sucks, and get so bored halfway through that we make out. I can save $55 dollars by just making popcorn at home and watching a movie on my DVD player if we're gonna just bitch about the movie then make out.

frankokomando
5th Nov 2011, 7:24 PM
I watch 16 and Pregnant and Teen mom to laugh at them :D

DeLoure
5th Nov 2011, 9:50 PM
True Blood (Book & Show) The writing is terrible, and I hate Sookie. Nevertheless, I still watch it every Sunday, only to bitch about how awful it is.

Twilight (Book & Movie). My English teacher, who was in her thirties loved it. Seriously? :wtf:

The Tudors

Dexter Seasons 1/2/4 were good. The rest are awful.

Camelot possibly the worst show I've ever seen. Actually, I don't think there's anyone who enjoys watching it.

LOST First two seasons were great, then it went downhill and got really weird.

Family Guy Very formulaic jokes.

Project Runway I used to love it. Now it just makes me angry. Like Tim said, Nina and Michael must be smoking crack.

Mad Men Heard it was great, but I can't get into it. The first few episodes left me saying, "Meh"

First. I love your username. I'm also a misanthrope. Frankly, people suck out loud.

Second. Very, very good list.

True Blood is one of my guilty pleasures, one of those shows that leaves you pissed off and annoyed at the end of every single episode yet you watch anyway.
Dexter. Ah, I must admit. I'm a fan. While some seasons are better than others (season 4 being my personal favorite!), I can't wait for tomorrow's episode.
Lost. Like you, I loved the first two seasons. Confused for most of them but, I was hooked. I lost interest during the whole Dharma Initiative bullshit. (Loved me some Locke, though!)
Project Runway. Once it ran to Lifetime, I stopped watching.
Mad Men. I. Don't. Get. It. The big deal about this show is...? Plus, it's boring as hell and the misogyny gets on my last nerves.

Another one I forgot to add was America's Next Top Model - it's sooooo redundant. Every single season is the same.

leo06girl
6th Nov 2011, 6:00 AM
Misanthrope, I have never even wanted to see anything you listed.

DeLoure, I couldn't agree more.

Lance, you are not alone in your hatred of Titanic; I hated it just as much. It is going to be rereleased in 3-D sometime in either 2012 or 2013.

DeLoure
6th Nov 2011, 7:06 AM
Misanthrope, I have never even wanted to see anything you listed.

DeLoure, I couldn't agree more.

Lance, you are not alone in your hatred of Titanic; I hated it just as much. It is going to be rereleased in 3-D sometime in either 2012 or 2013.

Ugh?! Titanic? That stupid movie is the reason why I hate boats. It's all coming back to me...

...PICTURE THIS. Brooklyn. 1997. I was seven years old and my mom dragged me to see that stupid film with a bunch of her loud-ass girlfriends. I was bored throughout most of the film until the last couple hours when the boat begin to sink. Scared the SHIT out of my 7-year-old behind.

Ever since then, I hate boats, the cold and large bodies of water. *shudders*

Elyasis
6th Nov 2011, 7:55 AM
I watch Mad Men for three things:

1. Christina Hendricks
2. It's set and wardrobe design is just spot on for the period.
3. Peggy. She rocks.

leo06girl
7th Nov 2011, 12:21 AM
In Letters to Juliet, I ALMOST didn't go watch it because they TOLD ME WHAT FUCKING HAPPENED IN THE DAMN TRAILER! And endings to movies are too predictable, but yet I still shit out $60 dollars in tickets and popcorn/soda/candy/WHY NACHOS!? to go see them with my girlfriend, bitch until somebody complains about how the movie sucks, and get so bored halfway through that we make out. I can save $55 dollars by just making popcorn at home and watching a movie on my DVD player if we're gonna just bitch about the movie then make out.

You read my mind! That is exactly why I didn't like Letters to Juliet, also why I rarely go to the theater anymore. I have only seen like three movies in the last year that I would not have considered a waste of money if I had seen them in theaters.

5M0K3
7th Nov 2011, 12:40 AM
Dexter Seasons 1/2/4 were good. The rest are awful. Okay, I actually like that show, everything else I agree with, sucks.

RowenaLupin
7th Nov 2011, 6:00 AM
Jersey Shore - (when it's on, I go in the other room)
Titanic (*shudders* I saw it three times too many)
Twilight (ALL of them. I read the books due to my curiosity, and watched the first two movies and never again.)
Big Bang Theory (everyone I know begs me to watch it.)
Any movies. (don't much like movies to be honest except a few older ones.)

DeLoure
7th Nov 2011, 7:49 AM
Jersey Shore - (when it's on, I go in the other room)
Titanic (*shudders* I saw it three times too many)
Twilight (ALL of them. I read the books due to my curiosity, and watched the first two movies and never again.)
Big Bang Theory (everyone I know begs me to watch it.)
Any movies. (don't much like movies to be honest except a few older ones.)

I have a love/hate relationship with The Big Bang Theory.

I can only watch a couple episodes every few months because the show annoys the shit out of me if I watch too many episodes for too long. I'm not sure why, there's something about that show that annoys the crap out of me sometimes.

vhanster
7th Nov 2011, 3:44 PM
I guess one of the non-book-based movie I don't like is The Expendables.

Oh, and I hate Sucker Punch, but I doubt it's popular enough to be classified as something 'everyone else loved', so it doesn't really count.

AngryBunny.
7th Nov 2011, 3:53 PM
That's easy. Anything vampire related.

DeLoure
7th Nov 2011, 8:03 PM
I guess one of the non-book-based movie I don't like is The Expendables.

Oh, and I hate Sucker Punch, but I doubt it's popular enough to be classified as something 'everyone else loved', so it doesn't really count.

I started to watch Sucker Punch but immediately turned that crap off after that random song number between Carla Gugino (her character was Vera Gorski) and Oscar Isaac (his character was Blue). *shudders* No thanks.

- If you're going to be a fantasy-action film, BE a fantasy-action film. Don't throw in a random song number. That creeps me out. Only Bollywood movies can pull that off.

P.S. - Shout out to Wikipedia for helping me out with those character names.

leo06girl
7th Nov 2011, 8:17 PM
I have never wanted to see Sucker Punch, because it looks like something I would hate.

vhanster
8th Nov 2011, 11:35 AM
I have never wanted to see Sucker Punch, because it looks like something I would hate.

Yeah, I think it's a failed fantasy-action movie with a ridiculous attempt to rip off Inception by using the 'dream-within-dream' mind-bending concept.

SimsLover50
8th Nov 2011, 4:26 PM
I really dislike reality tv or shows where the person is embarrassed or humililated in a competition.

I also dislike teen dramas or high school dramas since I'm far from being a teen.

Babydoll3133
8th Nov 2011, 11:32 PM
I hate all reality shows and this includes dancing with the stars and American Idol. Elvis Presley movies - actually everything to do with Elvis (or Michael Jackson). Any movie with vulgar language or too much violence.

Perhaps I'm going through my second childhood, but I love the Pixar movies. And Spongebob. :)

DeLoure
9th Nov 2011, 3:33 AM
I hate all reality shows and this includes dancing with the stars and American Idol. Elvis Presley movies - actually everything to do with Elvis (or Michael Jackson). Any movie with vulgar language or too much violence.

Perhaps I'm going through my second childhood, but I love the Pixar movies. And Spongebob. :)

With an exception being made to NBC's The Sing Off and The Voice, I agree. I'm not a fan of 95% of reality TV shows.

With exceptions being made for: Top Chef, Top Shot, Chopped, Lisa Ling's Our America, I Survived..., Ninja Warrior, Hoarders, Obsessed, etc.

But when it comes to Real Housewives Of..., Jersey Shore, Kardashians and other stuff like that, count me out.

leo06girl
9th Nov 2011, 4:16 AM
I hate all reality shows and this includes dancing with the stars and American Idol. Elvis Presley movies - actually everything to do with Elvis (or Michael Jackson). Any movie with vulgar language or too much violence.

Perhaps I'm going through my second childhood, but I love the Pixar movies. And Spongebob. :)

I could not agree more. That's one of the reasons I don't like a lot of new movies and shows. You're not alone, I love Pixar too!


In regards to trailers and the beginings giving away the movie's ending:
I watched a Sherlock Holmes movie a few months ago. It was very low budget and the special effects were really bad and looked really fake; but I really liked the movie. It made me use my imagination, and I did not have a clue what was behind a lot of scenes, I could NOT figure out the ending until it ended; also it did not focus on sex or foul language at all. It also had a good and very unpredictable storyline/plot.

DrowningFishy
9th Nov 2011, 7:07 AM
Okay, I'll say it, damn I miss shows like the original Stargate series, Farscape, and Primeval (BBC - free TV for the people who can't figure it out). Got nothing against True Blood though but Twilight people ::holds head:: it's beyond feeling sorry for you guys. I don't understand how poeple like shows like Lost, or Desprite house wives, or any reality show for that matter (okay I catch myself watching Deadlist Catch). I don't know TV now days lack things, rather watch stuff I find online then flip on the tube and struggle to find something to watch taht does not rot my brain.

Misanthrope
9th Nov 2011, 1:41 PM
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Dexter's not too bad. It just leaves me a bit disappointed sometimes. Like the cheesy dialogue, suspension of disbelief, the sloppy writing, and the season 5 finale. Major metaphorical blue balls. The ending of season 5 was the most disappointing thing ever. I wish the writers had more courage to do something different or unorthodox.


As for shows people hate which I love:

Vampire Diaries. You have thousands upon thousands of bad paranormal romance books and tacky fanfiction which centers around a human and vampire falling in love. Then bad stuff happens because of it. The story is hardly original. Nevertheless, Vampire Diaries is still quite enjoyable. The show starts out pretty badly, but it picks around half way in the first season. After that, it becomes fast-paced. There are so many twists and turns. Many times I find myself going, "Oh snap! I did NOT see that one coming." It's a thousand times better than Twilight (everything is Twilight), and the writing is much better than True Blood's. (I'm speaking of the TV shows, of course. I've found that paranormal-romance book writers are terrible by default).

Spartacus: Blood & Sand This is my guiltiest pleasure. It's like a cheap rehash of 300/Gladiator/Rome. Everything is over the top-- the blood, the sex, the violence. Did I mention the sex? It's almost pornographic. I remember seeing the season 1 trailer over a year ago and thinking to myself, "Why would anyone ever watch this piece of crap?" Spartacus started out as one of the worst things ever shown on television... but somewhere around episode 6, it became something special. Wow. Never before have I found myself rooting for the villain so zealously as I did :lol: I loved watching them plot, scheme, and backstab one another. The ending to season 1 is the bloodiest and and most satisfying finale I have ever watched. Batiatus is one Magnificent Bastard.

Slipperman
27th Nov 2011, 11:27 PM
Shows I hate that others love:
- Around the World In 80 Ways (actually, anything that would have Boston Rob Mariano as the main star, for that matter...I just can't stand the guy :rolleyes: )
- The Hills
- 16 & Pregnant/Teen Mom
- That's So Raven
- Dude, What Would Happen? (would be easier to stomach if they could get rid of that long-haired Jackson guy who's one of the stars in it)
- Ed, Edd & Eddy
- Hey Arnold

Shows I liked that others hate:
- American Chopper (gotta love Mikey on the show! ...although I don't like seeing that dirtball Jesse James on the latest episodes)
- Destroy Build Destroy (I just happen to be a big Andrew W.K. fan)
- PlayMania (remember when they used to have this late at night on Game Show Network? I even had a crush on Mel Peachey who was the show's original host ;) )