And the Whole Godd*mn Thing Starts All Over Again: Five Shows We Refuse to Quit
Helloooo hot men on the beach. Okay, it's more than that--and even though the ending sucked giant donkey balls (no, I'll never let it go)--"Lost" has that ability to bring us right back to that Godtopus-forsaken island whenever it wants. Frakking Abrams.
4. "Six Feet Under"
Death, death and more death; you'd think we would turn and look away. But Alan Ball drew this quirky, wonderful, crazy family and we simply cannot.
3. "Star Trek: The Next Generation"
"Star Trek's" most enduring cast of characters brought a seriousness and depth that was sometimes lacking in the original (Love you Shatner!); Patrick Stewart and Jonathan Frakes took the show to another level. With Michael Dorn and Brent Spiner along for comic effect, Will Wheaton! bringing the pretty and John de Lancie and the Borg as ongoing foes, "Star Trek: TNG" always engages.
Ross, Rachel, Monica, Joey, Phoebe and Chandler are our best television friends, always and forever. They might be small of brain and shrill to our ear, but they are goofy and lighthearted, loyal and thanks to late-night scheduling...pretty much around any time we need them.
Every single night, people. I'm not even sure I can go to bed without the gang (and I expect I'll never have to). Watch any episode--no matter how many times you've seen it--you'll still laugh. If you don't, you're a two-faced, low-talking, Mansierre-wearing soup nazi.
Cindy Davis once lost her car in a parking garage.