Monday, December 12, 2005

Here's a Little Shout Out ...

... to the shows that make me laugh.

The Office - The Christmas party episode almost made me pee my pants. Michael, "Is this enough vodka to get 24 people drunk?" Beer store guy, "Uh, yeah."

The Colbert Report - This spinoff of the Daily Show makes me laugh harder than Jon Stewart does. I love "Know Your Congressional District" the most! This and the Daily Show put the comedy in the Comedy Channel.

VH1's Best Ever - Doesn't matter if it's the best week ever or best year ever, I love watching those people make the same sarcastic comments about things that Vanessa and I do when we watch TV. For that matter, you can include all the I Love shows in this category too. If I am clicking around the channels, you can bet that I will get sucked in by them every time.

Jimmy Kimmel and Conan O'Brien - I love living in central time because I can actually see these guys sometimes. I would take them over Letterman and Leno any day.


Matt Book said...

I'm right there with you on The Office and those I Love shows on VH1. Letterman rulz, in my opinion.

A said...

I must agree with Matt on the Letterman reign. He's the man for me.

While this post was titled, the shows that make you laugh, I am curious about the shows that keep you on the edge of your seat? Not to hijack this post, but here are some of my favs that I'd love to see your comments on.

Survivor - I think this was one of the best seasons. So glad that Steph lost, I couldn't stand her. Danni was awesome and deserved it. She played a brilliant game and overcame odds at times that she otherwise would have been booted. The way Jamie and Judd were voted out was the way it should be more often, total blindside.

Lost - too much to say, this is one of the best shows on tv.

West Wing - I'm a huge fan, can't get enough of it. I so hope this isn't the last season.

Gray's Anatomy - this is one of few new shows this season that is actually worth watching. Quirky and fun and very entertaining.

Thoughts . . .?

Robb said...

The only dramas that are appointment TV for me at this point are Lost and Grey's Anatomy. Alias is still there too, I guess, but it has jumped the shark.

Matt Book said...

I'm working on a blog post about television shows I regularly watch. Ima hafta step it up a notch. Lost is on that list.