I joined a blog fest over at Something Else to Distract Me today, and the topic is gone but not forgotten TV shows. We’re supposed to list our top five shows that are no longer making new episodes.
This is tough!
Although I get my Michael Weatherly fix on a fairly regular basis on NCIS, I still miss me some Logan Cale action. Jessica Alba and Weatherly were a match made in Manticore, and I was so sad at how the series ended—so lame, and so much left unresolved.
As bizarro as season four got, I miss all the Seth Cohenisms. And although there are O.C.—like shows out there, they’re nothing but sad imitations in my eyes. It’s nice to see some of the actors pop up from time to time—Benjamin McKenzie is on a show that no one watches, Alex pops up on House reruns (Is she still on it? I’m behind on House), and Summer’s dad is on NCIS from time to time as well as All My Children, which I don’t watch—it’s not enough!
One of the best-written shows ever. That is all.
#2—The Cosby Show
Bill Cosby just makes me smile. And no matter how many times people on Twitter try to say he’s dead, Heathcliff Huxtable will always be alive in my heart.
#1—Space Ghost Coast to Coast
This one really stings because they’ve been pretty stingy on the DVD releases as well.