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The Top 25 Conservative TV Shows of the last 25 Years
ExurbanLeague.com ^ | June 2, 2010 | Kevin

Posted on 06/07/2010 10:29:46 AM PDT by inkling

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To: IYAS9YAS

I did not know much about him nor his views...Like yourself I just liked the show, and when it was on the world still seemed kinda normal from a kids’ point of view!


101 posted on 06/07/2010 11:53:37 AM PDT by TaraP (He never offered our victories without fighting but he said help would always come in time)
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To: Little Pig
You know I’m not talking about AA. I’m talking about the kinds of “all talk no action” social programs you always see from the government, where your problems are entirely the fault of someone or something else, so you’re not responsible. AA makes one admit that the problem is entirely one’s own fault, and that one must take responsibility for one’s own actions.

Okay, I wasn't sure how much you knew about AA. And, you're right AA is not touchy-feely. Although, over the past 22 years it's gotten pretty lame at some meetings. New comers are treated with kid gloves instead of telling them the truth.

102 posted on 06/07/2010 11:55:03 AM PDT by raybbr (Someone who invades another country is NOT an immigrant - illegal or otherwise.)
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To: PhilCollins

I’ll admit to enjoying that genre, but not those particular artists. :)


103 posted on 06/07/2010 11:55:19 AM PDT by Travis T. OJustice (I can spell just fine, thanks, it's my typing that sucks.)
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To: inkling; ohioWfan

Hart to Hart: happily married and deeply in love rich couple jetting around the world taking the law into their own hands and seeking justice (quite often with a gun, one that is hidden in the steering wheel of Jonathan Hart’s car) all while being charitable to others and animals causes.


104 posted on 06/07/2010 11:56:20 AM PDT by rintense (God bless Israel!)
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To: Tolsti2

As i said i only saw that episode and maybe one or two others so i will not blabber on about it just saying that i saw enough of it to turn me off
Boomer was gorgeous though (if i got the right name for the asian pilot)


105 posted on 06/07/2010 11:56:25 AM PDT by DM1
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To: Rastus

Are you serious??!! Cylons as the US.... Wow it was worse than i thought


106 posted on 06/07/2010 11:56:59 AM PDT by DM1
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To: Tolsti2

I’d agree about BSG. Other than the season that was meant to parallel Iraq occupation, this show had an undoubtedly conservative message, all the while constantly smacking down the pacifists that Apollo and Baltar became.


107 posted on 06/07/2010 11:58:49 AM PDT by rintense (God bless Israel!)
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To: GonzoGOP

HAHA!! I thought about that one! And the A-Team. Big guns, personal freedom, fighting corrupt gov! Ahhh...the Reagan years. Those were the days. I grew up in the 80s. Now my poor kid has to grow up under THIS administration. Ugh.


108 posted on 06/07/2010 12:00:10 PM PDT by surroundedbyblue
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To: surroundedbyblue
A-Team. Big guns

I have to disagree on the A-Team. They acted like you could fire a gun and not hurt people. The shooting the gun out of the bad guys hand attitude is what has lead to the stupid "shoot to wound" laws in California. Rule 1 - Never point a firearm at anything you don't intend to destroy. Rule 2 - If they are shooting that much and never managing to hit anything they aren't very good mercenaries.

I have to admit I always held Howling Mad Murdoch up as a role model. But hey he was locked up in an insane asylum so it made sense that he didn't get a lot of target practice.
109 posted on 06/07/2010 12:04:51 PM PDT by GonzoGOP (There are millions of paranoid people in the world and they are all out to get me.)
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To: Azzurri; inkling

re: Sledgehammer

Another interesting tidbit about the cast is that his sidekick, the gorgeous Dori Doreau (Anne-Marie Martin) was in real life Mrs. Michael Crichton.


110 posted on 06/07/2010 12:11:18 PM PDT by tarheelswamprat
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To: stansblugrassgrl

Actually, the question might well be raised whether the show hasn’t run through all the original concepts available and unless it swings outside the original scope won’t have anything to say. Then again, they’re pushing backstories where our good guys have totally indefensible pasts. Hard to like Gibbs having assassinated someone, even if on orders. Also nasty to have him hung out to dry. At least on ‘Bones’ Booth’s past has been protected and backstopped. It’s pretty clear he was at least as active a sniper as Gibbs, though in different warzones.

I’m curious to see how the shows mutate now that we have such a questionable leader in reality. So many were anti-establishment when the establishment looked Republican (yes, Firefly, that’s you I’m looking at), so now that the Dems have proven that all the dystopias the sci-fi, forensic types feared really come to pass when majoritarians get control, what they gonna do now? Be interesting to see.


111 posted on 06/07/2010 12:17:46 PM PDT by BelegStrongbow (Ey, Paolo! uh-Clem just broke the Presideng...)
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To: Doulos1

NCIS has gone downhill since Donald Bellisario left the show.


112 posted on 06/07/2010 12:24:58 PM PDT by blackie (Be Well~Be Armed~Be Safe~Molon Labe!)
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To: GonzoGOP

Point taken. What’s interesting though is that I think I read somewhere (a long time ago) that they guy who played Murdoch is a huge conservative in real life. Is that true?


113 posted on 06/07/2010 12:25:51 PM PDT by surroundedbyblue
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To: lone star annie
"I Led Three Lives" is hard to find, but it appears to be available from Bear Manor Media.
114 posted on 06/07/2010 12:29:23 PM PDT by Fiji Hill
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To: inkling
Where allot of us Boomers were guided in the right direction

My man The Lone Ranger - Clayton Moore.

115 posted on 06/07/2010 12:33:29 PM PDT by Wilum (Never loaded a nuke I didn't like)
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To: rintense

If nothing else, you can see a great assortment of the latest rifles and pistols of late. Tons of H&K’s and FN 5.7’s. The show’s a lot more complicated than ‘Cylons are x’. They certainly represented islamics attacking the US the first season. By the 3, things got a bit more mingled, but what can you expect. In the end, the strong and faithful still ended up the best in an ‘end of the world’ scenario. Adama got a little bit less hardcore, and Roslin got a lot moreso. My personal choice is that it should be in the top 5 or so friendly for conservatives, but it still has some of the other side in it.


116 posted on 06/07/2010 12:40:07 PM PDT by Tolsti2
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To: BelegStrongbow
So many were anti-establishment when the establishment looked Republican (yes, Firefly, that’s you I’m looking at),

Firefly was a western in space. There can be little doubt that the Browncoats were the confederates. The government was always trying to force a Utopian view on people that didn't want it. There rich were always pictured as limousine liberals who didn't know or want to know what was happening on the frontier. If you watched the movie there can be absolutely now thought that they were talking about the end product of socialism/progressiveism. They even use many of the same slogans. And the operative from the movie is absolutely a Rham Emanuel type.
117 posted on 06/07/2010 12:44:39 PM PDT by GonzoGOP (There are millions of paranoid people in the world and they are all out to get me.)
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To: itsahoot

Yeah, Bruce Campbell plays an ex-FBI agent on Burn Notice.

I like most his work.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bruce_Campbell


118 posted on 06/07/2010 12:51:17 PM PDT by blackie (Be Well~Be Armed~Be Safe~Molon Labe!)
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To: TaraP
The one show I saw of CSI: Miami was definitely not conservative. Some of the others also should not be on list. Too many shows today push values I would not want my kids to copy.

I would vote for ***"Touched by an Angel"***
Too old to count in this poll but fun shows: "The Untouchables" with Robert Stack, "Lassie" (still appearing in reruns) and "The Gray Ghost"

119 posted on 06/07/2010 12:57:21 PM PDT by apocalypto
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To: GonzoGOP

Dwight Schultz is an outspoken conservative. It’s cost him some roles. I think Dirk Benedict may lean right, since he has written for Big Hollywood (a non-political column).

You may be right about the effect the A-Team had, but I think the reason they went with no deaths was to make it more kid-friendly more than any kind of statement. A couple of scripts in season two did seem to be trying to shill for the Democrats in that year’s presidential election. Peppard was a Democrat for sure.


120 posted on 06/07/2010 1:06:46 PM PDT by Rastus
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To: Ammo Republic 15

Have Gun Will Travel-—a great tv show, one of my all time favorites.


121 posted on 06/07/2010 1:08:16 PM PDT by Fu-fu2
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To: DM1

The humans decided to give up the quest for Earth and just settle down, so they colonized a small planet. The Cylons showed up and took over, bringing the superior Cylon way to the people of New Caprica. The humans—referred to as “insurgents”—began sabotaging operations and doing suicide bombings. If someone took over the US a la Red Dawn, everyone on Free Republic would be engaging in these techniques, but the effect in a time of war was to have the audience cheering for al-Qaeda. Like I said, they used the language of the real-world debate by having a Cylon talk about, “I thought they’d welcome us with hearts and flowers!”

By the way, Moore chickened out by expressing surprise. “A parable about Iraq? Hey, it could be about Vichy France!”

I wasn’t a huge BG fan before this storyline, and I continued watching afterward, but the bad taste from that never left my mouth. I honestly don’t think it was very good anyway, with more and more people revealed as Cylons and weird crap like a bunch of people hearing “All Along the Watchtower” in their heads. I don’t know why I stuck with it, but I see it as a bitter, dark, joyless show that I’ll never revisit.


122 posted on 06/07/2010 1:18:28 PM PDT by Rastus
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To: Rastus

Yeah i had trouble getting into it
i was disappointed since as a kid i loved the original
i have that one on DVD
its campy and the effects goofy but it was fun and truly had conservative values in it


123 posted on 06/07/2010 1:21:22 PM PDT by DM1
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To: inkling

Definitely Supernatural. Its the best show no one knows about. Just two brothers fighting demons and the Apocalypse in the 67 Impala.

Its kind of like a horror tv show.

Btw, Im suprised Degrassi didnt make this list. It is the perfect show to scare kids into acting right.


124 posted on 06/07/2010 1:21:39 PM PDT by Raider Sam (They're on our left, right, front, and back. They aint gettin away this time!)
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To: inkling

bttt


125 posted on 06/07/2010 1:23:31 PM PDT by ADemocratNoMore (Jeepers, Freepers, where'd 'ya get those sleepers?. Pj people, exposing old media's lies.)
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To: Rastus
You may be right about the effect the A-Team had, but I think the reason they went with no deaths was to make it more kid-friendly more than any kind of statement.

All the shows of that time (1975-1985) are anti-gun. MacGyver (1985) never uses a gun. Even the hero's who have guns don't shoot to kill. Even on Dukes of Hazzard the hero's never use a gun, the excuse in that show being that they were on probation. The A-Team was the last of that line. The idea of mercenaries that never actually shot anyone was so farcical that instead of delivering the liberal message, it became a punchline.

Magnum P.I. (1980) was one of the fist to break the taboo about the good guy actually killing the bad guy. And even then not in the earlier shows where the shooting and missing followed by a fist fight was the norm. The turning point came in my favorite episode of that show. The Russian Spy who had tortured him in Vietnam is about to walk away because he has diplomatic immunity. This is usually where we expected the good guy to take his defeat like a man because he obeys the law. Instead Magnum asks the Russian if he had seen the sunrise that morning. And then blows his head off. The scene was shocking, not because it was illogical, destroying a dangerous and evil enemy is a rational act. But because it was something that a "Hero" wasn't supposed to do. And you would never have seen B.A. Baracus do that.
126 posted on 06/07/2010 1:23:41 PM PDT by GonzoGOP (There are millions of paranoid people in the world and they are all out to get me.)
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To: raybbr; PhilCollins

They didn’t have TV shows during my formative years, I was born in 1930. I liked radio shows like; I Love A Mystery, The Shadow Knows, Terry And the Pirates, The Lone Ranger, Red Ryder, Major Bowes Amateur Hour. Dr IQ...there were more. ;)

I have many, many black and white movies on DVD’s and many new and newer ones.

As for TV shows, I liked Maverick, Have Gun Will Travel, Magnum PI, NYPD, Firefly, Babylon 5, JAG, 24, The Unit.

Today I like Burn Notice, Human Shield, V, Bones, In Plain Sight, Chuck, Justified, White Collar, all motor sports racing on SpeedTV, news on FNC and FBN, also MLB Channel and the NFL Channel.

I don’t like Pro Basketball, Ice Hockey or Soccer, do like Rugby. Don’t like any TV show with a laugh track.

Well, that’s about it for this old curmudgeon, I’ve forgotten much of the past, did some real hard living over the first half of my life... >:-}


127 posted on 06/07/2010 1:33:11 PM PDT by blackie (Be Well~Be Armed~Be Safe~Molon Labe!)
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To: blackie

Bruce Campbell is an incredible actor, who can play any role.

His funnies role was where he played the role of Bruce Campbell and minor actor in the tongue in cheek movie, “My Name is Bruce”!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/My_Name_is_Bruce


128 posted on 06/07/2010 1:34:49 PM PDT by Grampa Dave (ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION IS DESTROYING AMERICA-LOOK AT WHAT IT DID TO THE WHITE HOUSE!)
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To: GonzoGOP
There can be little doubt that the Browncoats were the confederates.

So, it's sort of Jesse James in Outer Space?

It does convey a sort of William Goldman vibe a la Butch Cassidy. Part of the charm for me, actually. And don't get me wrong, I bought the series and the film. I watch 'em repeatedly. Except for the poor quality of the disc (which really irritates me: Shindig is just messed up and that really burns me), it's marvelously revisionist about the value of conformity and even has an interesting take on loss of faith. Who knows where Mal's spiritual development would have gone had the series been allowed to develop fully? We know where the film took it, which was not a development, IMHO.

So, it's a great short series, can be read conservative but I think it's a long shot that it was designed to be read that way.

129 posted on 06/07/2010 1:35:49 PM PDT by BelegStrongbow (Ey, Paolo! uh-Clem just broke the Presideng...)
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To: SnakeDoctor

Dude. House? Law and Order? Conservative? No way. Liberal speaking point shows.


130 posted on 06/07/2010 1:45:02 PM PDT by RickB444 (beat your sword into a plow and you'll wind up plowing the fields of someone who kept their sword.)
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To: Grampa Dave

I like him that movie that had him working in a store and he wound up in this strange world with medieval people, he was armed with a double barreled shotgun and a chainsaw. It was wild.


131 posted on 06/07/2010 1:50:59 PM PDT by blackie (Be Well~Be Armed~Be Safe~Molon Labe!)
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To: BelegStrongbow
So, it's sort of Jesse James in Outer Space?

More of Wyatt Earp in outer space. Now admittedly his brother fought with the Union but didn't fit in to the post Civil War US. Family farm sold at auction by the government after his father was caught bootlegging. Moved west to get away from their problems. Tried to be a buffalo hunter, a shop owner, a saloon keeper, and gambler. Sometimes legal, some times in the gray area between. Never wanted to be a law man, but crooks protected by politicians kept messing up his business. So he and some friends fought back. The Earps weren't trying to be heroes and weren't looking for trouble. But trouble just kept finding them. And being a hero was simply an alternative to being dead or crawling before criminals.
132 posted on 06/07/2010 1:52:42 PM PDT by GonzoGOP (There are millions of paranoid people in the world and they are all out to get me.)
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To: Little Pig

I thought B5 was very well done and should have been mentioned now that you mention it.


133 posted on 06/07/2010 1:52:52 PM PDT by wally_bert (It's sheer elegance in its simplicity! - The Middleman)
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To: Grampa Dave

PS Bruce lives in Southern Oregon.


134 posted on 06/07/2010 1:53:02 PM PDT by blackie (Be Well~Be Armed~Be Safe~Molon Labe!)
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To: GonzoGOP

I like your analogy. Do you read ‘Castle’ as having a similar vibe or has Nathan grown in the part, as we sometimes say about people in the public eye?


135 posted on 06/07/2010 1:57:55 PM PDT by BelegStrongbow (Ey, Paolo! uh-Clem just broke the Presideng...)
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To: BelegStrongbow
Do you read ‘Castle’ as having a similar vibe

Sorry to say I don't watch much network TV. In fact I watched Firefly on DVD. For me it's Sci Fi channel, and the nerd networks (Discovery, Military, Science Channel, NGO). And as a guilty pleasure i watch Whale Wars, I root for the icebergs to sink everyone.
136 posted on 06/07/2010 2:02:58 PM PDT by GonzoGOP (There are millions of paranoid people in the world and they are all out to get me.)
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To: GonzoGOP

On Chuck, Chuck has that “never shoot a gun, never kill anyone” philosophy. Fortunately, Sarah and Casey do not.


137 posted on 06/07/2010 2:05:54 PM PDT by Rastus
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To: blackie

I have some black & white Marx Brothers movies, on VHS, including “A Day at the Races,” “Animal Crackers,” and “Duck Soup.” The Marx Brothers didn’t use profanity. Why do many movies, of the last 20 years, have profanity? I don’t watch a movie, at a theater, if I know that it’s rated “R,” because of profanity. If I want to watch one of those movies, I ensure that I wait until it’s on network TV.


138 posted on 06/07/2010 2:09:26 PM PDT by PhilCollins
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To: TaraP

As much as I like the show, I don’t think you can include ‘Quincy.’ As the series dragged on, it became more of a platform for exasperated sermons by Quincy, usually along the theme of ‘so, it’s profits over people, I can’t believe this!’

Basically, whatever whim caught the attention of Klugman became a story idea. The most notable (and laughable) is the notorious episode about ‘that punk music,’ that was driving kids to self mutilation and suicide.


139 posted on 06/07/2010 2:11:16 PM PDT by Ted Grant
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To: TaraP
The article apparently has confused "conservative" with "not 100% liberal 100% of the time". Anything less is conservative? Puh-leeeze.

The presence of an allegedly conservative character (e.g. Alex P. Keaton, Family Ties) in no way makes a show conservative. Quite the opposite, usually.

If a conservative, moral or patriotic character isn't portrayed as downright evil, he is invariably portrayed as an ignorant, idiotic buffoon.

Examples abound, but since I have not watched network TV regularly since the 1970s or early 1980s I'll stick with the era I know: Archie Bunker, Frank Burns (MASH), Les Nessman/Arthur Carlson (WKRP in Cincinnati), Cliff Klaven (Cheers), Inspector Frank Lugar (Barney Miller), Mr. Roper (Three's Company)....

Any figure of authority, particularly military, is obviously a dimwit and a violent jarhead (according to Hollywood). Any religious person - as long as their religion is Christianity - is either evil or stupid and worthy of ridicule. Adherents of any other religious are sacrosanct, irrespective of their inclination towards terrorism or other anti-American behavior.

Somehow I don't suppose these "rules" that the tribe who controls Hollywood plays by have changed for the better since the 70s and 80s. And if you want to see even starker examples, forget the TV shows - just watch the *commericals*.

140 posted on 06/07/2010 2:21:35 PM PDT by PermaRag (the stock market will stop bleeding when those who manipulate it START bleeding)
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To: RickB444

I didn’t say they were conservative. I was answering a direct question about my favorite dramas on television.

That being said — House is a character based on logic, not emotion, so I would consider him a conservative character (if not show). L&O:CI is not as bad as SVU or the original L&O for liberal content.

SnakeDoc


141 posted on 06/07/2010 2:26:56 PM PDT by SnakeDoctor ("Shut it down" ... 00:00:03 ... 00:00:02 ... 00:00:01 ... 00:00:00.)
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To: inkling

How about TJ Hooker?


142 posted on 06/07/2010 2:27:00 PM PDT by LexRex in TN ("A republic, if you can keep it.......")
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To: All

“Home Improvement.” Watch the beginnings and ends of scenes — the family enters, all dressed up — they’ve been to church. Didn’t have anything to do with the story, but it set up how this mom and dad were raising their kids.

A landmark episode featured astronauts — real astronauts. Nice tribute to the space program and what America owes them.

Granted the creators (conservatives all) departed after season 3 to write other pilots and left the show in the lesser hands of the usual hacky libby Hollywood suspects... but it was a fun show while it lasted.


143 posted on 06/07/2010 2:58:27 PM PDT by Blue Ink
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To: Little Pig
Great series, but it was cable.
Wish the DVD's were made properly.
144 posted on 06/07/2010 3:54:15 PM PDT by rmlew (There is no such thing as a Blue Dog Democrat; just a liberals who lies.)
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To: SnakeDoctor

“House is a character based on logic, not emotion, so I would consider him a conservative character”

I enjoy that show as well. I also enjoy “Mad Men.” It is probably supposed to be exposing the evil of those days, but I look at Don Draper and wish I had a boss like him to look at all day. They ditched the Brits at the end of last season, waiting to see what the American capitalists are going to do next season as they start all over again...


145 posted on 06/07/2010 3:57:07 PM PDT by Fu-fu2
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To: rarestia

Mythbusters:

Guns and explosives. What’s not to like!


146 posted on 06/07/2010 3:58:17 PM PDT by BenKenobi (I want to hear more about Sam! Samwise the stouthearted!)
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To: SnakeDoctor

House MD started to have liberal pot shots ever since Olivia Wilde and Kumar (or whatever his name is) came on board.


147 posted on 06/07/2010 4:01:45 PM PDT by rmlew (There is no such thing as a Blue Dog Democrat; just a liberals who lies.)
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To: Fu-fu2

House is an odd show. They have dealt with abortion, with miracles and a few other topics.

They take no prisoners. They show people as they really are, which is a bit refreshing.

What it isn’t is a vehicle for conservativism. It’s a vehicle for realists.


148 posted on 06/07/2010 4:04:11 PM PDT by BenKenobi (I want to hear more about Sam! Samwise the stouthearted!)
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To: rmlew

The old crew, Chase, Foreman and Cameron were all pretty good. I haven’t seen many of the new episodes.


149 posted on 06/07/2010 4:06:45 PM PDT by BenKenobi (I want to hear more about Sam! Samwise the stouthearted!)
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To: inkling
Little House was conservative -- maybe too much so -- but it was on over 25 years ago. Where does the time go?

The Equalizer was also a very conservative show.

One problem with lists like this is that not everything can be separated out into liberal and conservative. Everybody wants to claim the broad middle for themselves and deny it to the other side.

150 posted on 06/07/2010 4:25:26 PM PDT by x
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