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28th May '16 5:27:51 PM NyukNyuk2000
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* Say what you like about it, but Gilligan's Island is such a fun show to watch. It's like Laurel and Hardy meet Robinson Crusoe with a good dose of Jules Verne added. Exotic scenery, likeable characters, jokes that are funny without being mean spirited, what's not to like? Also, the fact that it was created by an intellectual is pretty cool.

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* Say what you like about it, but Gilligan's Island ''Gilligan's Island'' is such a fun show to watch. It's like Laurel and Hardy meet Robinson Crusoe with a good dose of Jules Verne added. Exotic scenery, likeable characters, jokes that are funny without being mean spirited, what's not to like? Also, the fact that it was created by an intellectual is pretty cool.
28th May '16 5:25:11 PM NyukNyuk2000
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* Say what you like about it, but Gilligan's Island is such a fun show to watch. It's like Laurel and Hardy meet Robinson Crusoe with a good dose of Jules Verne added. Exotic scenery, likable characters, jokes that are funny without being mean spirited, what's not to like? Also, the fact that it was created by an intellectual is pretty cool.

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* Say what you like about it, but Gilligan's Island is such a fun show to watch. It's like Laurel and Hardy meet Robinson Crusoe with a good dose of Jules Verne added. Exotic scenery, likable likeable characters, jokes that are funny without being mean spirited, what's not to like? Also, the fact that it was created by an intellectual is pretty cool.
28th May '16 5:20:50 PM NyukNyuk2000
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* Say what you like about it, but ["Series/Gilligan's Island":] is such a fun show to watch. It's like Laurel and Hardy meet Robinson Crusoe with a good dose of Jules Verne added. Exotic scenery, likable characters, jokes that are funny without being mean spirited, what's not to like? Also, the fact that it was created by an intellectual is pretty interesting.

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* Say what you like about it, but ["Series/Gilligan's Island":] Gilligan's Island is such a fun show to watch. It's like Laurel and Hardy meet Robinson Crusoe with a good dose of Jules Verne added. Exotic scenery, likable characters, jokes that are funny without being mean spirited, what's not to like? Also, the fact that it was created by an intellectual is pretty interesting.cool.
28th May '16 5:19:07 PM NyukNyuk2000
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* Say what you like about it, but "Series/Gilligan's Island": is such a fun show to watch. It's like Laurel and Hardy meet Robinson Crusoe with a good dose of Jules Verne added. Exotic scenery, likable characters, jokes that are funny without being mean spirited, what's not to like? Also, the fact that it was created by an intellectual is pretty interesting.

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* Say what you like about it, but "Series/Gilligan's Island": ["Series/Gilligan's Island":] is such a fun show to watch. It's like Laurel and Hardy meet Robinson Crusoe with a good dose of Jules Verne added. Exotic scenery, likable characters, jokes that are funny without being mean spirited, what's not to like? Also, the fact that it was created by an intellectual is pretty interesting.
28th May '16 5:18:05 PM NyukNyuk2000
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* Say what you like about it, but "Series/Gilligan's Island is such a fun show to watch. It's like Laurel and Hardy meet Robinson Crusoe with a good dose of Jules Verne added. Exotic scenery, likable characters, jokes that are funny without being mean spirited, what's not to like? Also, the fact that it was created by an intellectual is pretty interesting.

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* Say what you like about it, but "Series/Gilligan's Island Island": is such a fun show to watch. It's like Laurel and Hardy meet Robinson Crusoe with a good dose of Jules Verne added. Exotic scenery, likable characters, jokes that are funny without being mean spirited, what's not to like? Also, the fact that it was created by an intellectual is pretty interesting.
28th May '16 5:16:58 PM NyukNyuk2000
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*Say what you like about it, but "Series/Gilligan's Island is such a fun show to watch. It's like Laurel and Hardy meet Robinson Crusoe with a good dose of Jules Verne added. Exotic scenery, likable characters, jokes that are funny without being mean spirited, what's not to like? Also, the fact that it was created by an intellectual is pretty interesting.
28th May '16 9:34:39 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* The snarky commentary in ''Series/BurnNotice'' is hilarious, Jeffrey Donovan is a really excellent actor, especially with changing his accents and being able to play a character playing another character, and finally, the action sequences are amazing. Not to mention Fiona is hoooot. All anyone should have mentioned is "Kyle from ''ThePretender'' is a secret agent, his ex-girlfriend is an IRA terrorist who blows shit up, and Bruce motherfucking Campbell is a Navy [=SEAL=]". And it's just ''awesome''. The humor, the [=MacGuyvered=] gadgets, the bond between Michael, Sam, and Fiona, the Client of the Week, Madeline in general... What an awesome show!

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* The snarky commentary in ''Series/BurnNotice'' is hilarious, Jeffrey Donovan is a really excellent actor, especially with changing his accents and being able to play a character playing another character, and finally, the action sequences are amazing. Not to mention Fiona is hoooot. All anyone should have mentioned is "Kyle from ''ThePretender'' ''Series/ThePretender'' is a secret agent, his ex-girlfriend is an IRA terrorist who blows shit up, and Bruce motherfucking Campbell is a Navy [=SEAL=]". And it's just ''awesome''. The humor, the [=MacGuyvered=] gadgets, the bond between Michael, Sam, and Fiona, the Client of the Week, Madeline in general... What an awesome show!
18th May '16 3:43:02 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ''{{QI}}'' is perfect television -- intelligent, educational, astonishingly funny and beautifully hosted by Creator/StephenFry, a perfect culmination of the Reithian mantra and the perfect tribute to all that is wondrous and '''interesting''' in the world, upheld by the finest comic minds that the BBC can procure. It's got Alan Davies who is the most adorable patsy for everything ever. Warning: The love for this show may cause spouting even more random facts and trivia than is usual for geeks.

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* ''{{QI}}'' ''Series/{{QI}}'' is perfect television -- intelligent, educational, astonishingly funny and beautifully hosted by Creator/StephenFry, a perfect culmination of the Reithian mantra and the perfect tribute to all that is wondrous and '''interesting''' in the world, upheld by the finest comic minds that the BBC can procure. It's got Alan Davies who is the most adorable patsy for everything ever. Warning: The love for this show may cause spouting even more random facts and trivia than is usual for geeks.
18th May '16 11:31:14 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ''[[{{CSINY}} CSI:NY]]'' is a great show. Why? For one, it's in New York City (most of the time, it's [[TelevisionGeography Fake NYC]] but it's still NYC). Secondly, the actors are all great. Three, Mac and Stella.

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* ''[[{{CSINY}} ''[[Series/{{CSINY}} CSI:NY]]'' is a great show. Why? For one, it's in New York City (most of the time, it's [[TelevisionGeography Fake NYC]] but it's still NYC). Secondly, the actors are all great. Three, Mac and Stella.
18th May '16 9:21:06 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* In a network overrun with cliché teen girl sitcoms, find a single spot of hope in ''PhilOfTheFuture''. Male protagonist? Check. Ongoing storyline? Check. Recurring love interest? Check. Naturally, it was ScrewedByTheNetwork, but still... As well as the lack of LaughTrack, it also had engaging characters that were genuinely likable, and the actors were pretty good for Disney Channel. And it was honestly ''funny'', even for people whose brand of humor might usually run more toward Creator/MontyPython-esque randomness.

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* In a network overrun with cliché teen girl sitcoms, find a single spot of hope in ''PhilOfTheFuture''.''Series/PhilOfTheFuture''. Male protagonist? Check. Ongoing storyline? Check. Recurring love interest? Check. Naturally, it was ScrewedByTheNetwork, but still... As well as the lack of LaughTrack, it also had engaging characters that were genuinely likable, and the actors were pretty good for Disney Channel. And it was honestly ''funny'', even for people whose brand of humor might usually run more toward Creator/MontyPython-esque randomness.
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