After watching the first three seasons of Community, I honestly fail to see the hype for it. While it has some amazing stand-out moments, overall every episode feels the exact same, and a lot of the conversations people have are seriously unrealistic (everybody is so willing to share their flaws and psychological problems which makes no sense). They're all such terrible people and while maybe that's the point I really can't enjoy them changing their values for the better because I already know they're going to go back to being complete assholes in the next episode.
I watched the first episode of House of Cards and Game of Thrones and wasn't a fan. They were pretty boring and I don't really feel like dedicating too much time to getting into them.
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-Adventure Time: I genuinely -want- to like this show, but I just don't find any of it particularly funny. The style of humor isn't my thing I guess.
-House of Cards: I watched the first few episodes, and as much as I like Kevin Spacey as an actor, I couldn't really get into this.
I can't think of too many examples off the top of my head, but I suppose I could say pretty much all of the modern CN shows. I don't understand how anybody can look at these and call them entertaining or funny. Especially Regular Show and Adventure time. These are like the most popular shows there and they're like the worst of them all. I'm honestly not just into the concepts regarding a lot of these shows, and the way they execute them is terrible either way. I stopped watching it a long time ago.
Pokemon-mostly due to the fact that most of the arcs are painfully slow paced and the plots are too formulaic, and the fact that as of X and Y Ash is still 10 and doesn't help any. The whole "never growing up" thing is fine on The Simpsons because it's primarily comedy with very little continuity, but this is an adventure-type show with continuity, supposedly.
He also doesn't seem to have any specific goals at all. Something as vague as "be a Pokemon Master" doesn't count and is just an excuse to put up more episodes to milk the cash cow. It's like putting "lose weight" or "eat healthier" as a New Year's Resolution. I did sorta watch a scant few episodes of Black and White and like how different it was from Master Quest but I've read that in X and Y Team Rocket go back to being the goldfish poop gang. The Cleveland Show-IDK why but I thought it was kinda boring and I somehow liked Family Guy better. I don't really miss it much. American Idol-I used to watch it regularly, and even then only the auditions, until Simon left. I don't even keep up with or care who won anymore.
I haven't really come across a show like that, or at-least I have managed to purge those shows from my brain, locked them up into a box, gave it to someone else and let the horrors contained inside that box consume them, turning them in a shadowy, dark creature named "Tiddles."
Also I personally think you should watch at least five episodes of a show before judging it, but whatever.
Well I mean it's safe to assume the point of the first episode of a show is to set the tone and establish the ideals of the series to come. If I watch the first episode of House of Cards and don't care about the main story line or any of the characters it doesn't make much sense to me to watch the next 4 just in case.
Also yeah, I loved the first few seasons of the BBT but it seems to have really fallen off the wagon.
Also I'm not that big a fan of Archer. It's definitely not my kind of humor. I always end up thinking about the jokes and rationalizing why they're supposed to be funny and get them but still don't end up laughing.
The Walking Dead - cheesy as hell The Big Bang Theory - also cheesy as hell and makes me reject the geek label just to distance myself from this cheese hell Various talent shows - most of the people singing, even with the harsher critics thinking they're passable, sound like nails on chalkboard American Dad - it's no Family Guy Family Guy - earlier seasons were genuinely funny Two and a Half Men - i'm sorry about your sex addiction charlie Pokémon - no progression, too long Naruto - too much filler Bleach - too much talking One Piece - too long
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