yes apart from bridget,(8 simple rules in comedy)Abdul said:My favorite TV show at the current moment is 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughters.
Anyone else watch it?
smoothcriminal said:24 is my favorite show right now, by far. heck i even have ****jack bauer posters in my room.*****
i have started watching lost, good show, good character development, but the pace is a bit too slow. gonna start watching prison break soon, heard it was good. ***As for alias, i saw the first seven episodes, i didnt like it at all, just my personal opinion***.
trust me, i had the same feeling, hell i even used to shut the tv down when they had it on skyone, but it really picks up, with jack bristow (his wife comes back , and micheal vaughn, and sloane guy are also class, if you stick with it atleast for the first season, you will know what im talking about since i know you like 24, you will love alias as well, and prison breaks wicked as well!smoothcriminal said:cavin the thing that i dont like about alias is the main character, i mean yeah jennifer garner is hot but it just looks a bit too mainstream, sometimes it reminds me of a chick-flick, mind you i am judging this from the first seven episodes only. The character was stupid enough to work for this supposed fbi agency for seven years, now she gets into real fbi. i am not fond of the dialogues, the only character that really appealed to me was jack bristow. I seriously watched this show with an open-mind, it just seems average to me at best.
cavin420 said:yes apart from bridget,(8 simple rules in comedy)
am in love with alias, 24, and prison break!
i hate lost!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!(so damn boring)!!!!
ps: farhan teri khair nahin
goodness gracious me
malcom in the middle
grange high (forgot the name use to watch this, was class)
late night show with begum nawshish ali (only when he has some good guests)
band hai to band hai
HAFRIDI said:Fresh Prince of Bel Air
Malcolm In The Middle(used to watch it)
Goodness Gracious me -was class
Life on Mars - 20th Century Fox TV - David E. Kelley, Stephen Garrett, Jane Featherstone - Detective whose girlfriend has just been kidnapped finds himself transported back to the 1970s. Based on the BBC series
Mr. & Mrs. Smith - Regency TV/Dutch Oven, Simon Kinberg, Doug Liman, Dave Bartis Based on the hit feature about a married couple who are spies
Mercenary said:A friend just recommended a show called Dexter to me. Apparently it's about a guy who works as a blood spatter analyst (???) for the police and he is a serial killer who kills serial killers.
I've downloaded season 1 but havent seen any episodes yet.