Simon and Simon was pretty good as well.
I would add ‘The Wonder Years’ to the list.
24 is the clear first choice. The Unit should be high on the list.
I’d like to add, “Airwolf.”
Glad King of the Hill made it in there. I’ve always really liked that cartoon and thought it exemplified the Conservative values of most Texans. Mike Judge is a stand-up guy, in my opinion, even with Beavis and Butt-head under his belt.
Plus, any cartoon that makes most teenagers changes the channel must be doing something right.
And I couldn’t agree more with Mythbusters on that list. Those guys LOVE to play with their firearms, esp. being in Kalifornia, and they prove that having a gun around doesn’t mean instant death for anyone in the vicinity.
Firefly and NCIS. Two of my personal favorites.
Battlestar Galactica could also make the list, at least the first seasons. It showed the price of depravity and weak military, plus it was a 9/11 tribute for sure. It got less focused on that matter and suffered some as it went on, but still great message.
Why is this in News/Activism and who is Kevin?
I loved The Adventures of Briscoe County Jr.
King of the Hill
>>South Park Maybe not pro-conservative, but definitely anti-liberal. Each new show grinds liberal icons like global warming, rain forest deforestation and GLBT rights into tasty, juicy hamburger
One of the SP guys was quoted as saying “we hate conservatives but we really f-—ing hate liberals”. Episodes like the “Harbucks” one have the kids comment that corporations are actually good (they give us cars, computers, canned soup; Harbucks started out small but were really good at what they did and expanded, etc. You know dude, I learned something today...)
When Parker and Stone did Team America: World Police many on the Left were disappointed; “dude those guys sold out!”
No ‘Highway to Heaven’ types allowed LOL, I guess ‘Touched by an Angel’ is out too. My Mom loves those corny stupid shows. Another one is ‘Ghost Whisperer’, my sister put that on for her kids when I was visiting her and I almost puked. She stopped watching when they added stories about homosexual ghosts (what did she expect??)
To be fair #3 South Park is more of a libertarian show. It makes fun of liberals brutally but takes shots at Christianity too. It has been my favorite show for years.
Walter Williams just had Rand Paul on Rush’s show.
Freaks & Geeks
WFB’s FIRING LINE
“I Led Three Lives,” a half-hour program featuring the adventures of Herbert Philbrick, who infiltrated the Communist Party for the FBI, aired from 1953 to 1956. I have some bootleg copies on VHS, but the sound quality is poor.
Gotta go with the “Fall Guy”.
Human Target’s main character, Chance (Mark Valley) is a West Point grad and veteran of the Gulf War (and born on Christmas Eve)....I’m just sayin’
The only show that CAN’T be liberal.
Capitalism at its best. From within the confines of a Nazi POW camp Hogan and his group were able to sell anything from nylons to whiskey, and made a nice profit.