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    You’re a passionate person with a DVR to match. You wouldn’t dare skip an episode of your favorite show, and you’ll often read TV recaps to make sure you haven’t missed a single detail. The TV you like isn’t often appreciated by a mainstream audience; that’s why it’s special and quite often off the beaten path of a typical network drama. You might not know what’s happening at the watercooler, but you’re the type of person whom people ask for TV recommendations. You know your shit! Streaming services are your BFF.

    Recommendations: Twin Peaks, The Wire, Battlestar Galactica, Doctor Who, Veronica Mars, Orphan Black.
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    You don’t have the time or patience to watch TV week-to-week, so you want to be able to turn on your favorite show at any time and have a good laugh. Your type of comedy won’t be on network TV, but try recs from streaming or premium networks. These are the shows that (sadly!) don’t last very long, although people often adore them. Extreme melodrama is your forte — if they call it camp, it’s in your wheelhouse.

    Recommendations: The Comeback, Veep, Party Down, Silicon Valley, Happy Endings.
    I got the same thing. I've never watched any of the recommendations. I don't even know what they are! I don't watch much TV at all, really, unless it's a series on Netflix [MASH, StarGate, Dare Devil, Agents of Shield, Alias, Profiler, etc.] or an occasional movie. I really love comedy, too, but not usually what's currently popular. I don't like reality TV. I do like documentaries. I sometimes watch PBS.
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    You’re a passionate person with a DVR to match. You wouldn’t dare skip an episode of your favorite show, and you’ll often read TV recaps to make sure you haven’t missed a single detail. The TV you like isn’t often appreciated by a mainstream audience; that’s why it’s special and quite often off the beaten path of a typical network drama. You might not know what’s happening at the watercooler, but you’re the type of person whom people ask for TV recommendations. You know your shit! Streaming services are your BFF.

    Recommendations: Twin Peaks, The Wire, Battlestar Galactica, Doctor Who, Veronica Mars, Orphan Black.


    I'm a big fan of the first four. Twin Peaks may be my my favourite tv show from all or one of two favourite.
    Never watched Veronica Mars or Orphan Black. Although the second is somewhere on my list.
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    You’re a passionate person with a DVR to match. You would never skip an episode of your favorite currently airing show, and you’ll often read TV recaps to make sure you haven’t missed any detail. You might not know what’s happening at the watercooler, but you’re the type of person whom people ask for TV recommendations. You know your shit! For finding new shows to binge, streaming services are your BFF. Extreme melodrama is your forte — if they call it camp, it’s in your wheelhouse.

    Recommendations: Fringe, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, True Blood, Roswell.
    I hate all of them damn shows.

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    You don’t have the time or patience to watch TV week-to-week, so you want to be able to turn on your favorite show at any time and have a good laugh. Your type of comedy won’t be on network TV, but try recs from streaming or premium networks. These are the shows that (sadly!) don’t last very long, although people often adore them. Extreme melodrama is your forte — if they call it camp, it’s in your wheelhouse.

    Recommendations: The Comeback, Veep, Party Down, Silicon Valley, Happy Endings.

    I have zero interest in these recommendations but I may give them a shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kas View Post
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    You’re a passionate person with a DVR to match. You wouldn’t dare skip an episode of your favorite show, and you’ll often read TV recaps to make sure you haven’t missed a single detail. The TV you like isn’t often appreciated by a mainstream audience; that’s why it’s special and quite often off the beaten path of a typical network drama. You might not know what’s happening at the watercooler, but you’re the type of person whom people ask for TV recommendations. You know your shit! Streaming services are your BFF.

    Recommendations: Twin Peaks, The Wire, Battlestar Galactica, Doctor Who, Veronica Mars, Orphan Black.


    I'm a big fan of the first four. Twin Peaks may be my my favourite tv show from all or one of two favourite.
    Never watched Veronica Mars or Orphan Black. Although the second is somewhere on my list.
    ^ This result sounds a lot more like me than the result I actually got.

    Veronica Mars and Orphan Black are both AMAZING.
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    You take TV seriously and like an hour-long drama, but don’t have the time or brain space to stay caught up on every show. You want to be able to turn on the TV during prime time and get immediately sucked in. You stick to network and cable dramas — the kinds that start watercooler conversation.

    Sounds about right. I loved House before it got stupid, and I've been told I would like ER. Doesn't explain my love of British television and sitcoms though. Doctor Who and Sherlock are definitely not cable primetime.
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    You like to laugh, but you’re not looking for throwaway TV. You live for a will-they-won’t-they arc — or perhaps a drawn-out rivalry? These are the types of ongoing plotlines you look for in your weekly sitcom — one that you’ll often chat about with your friends the day after.

    Recommendations: Parks and Recreation, The Office, The Mindy Project, New Girl

    I'm pretty easy to please.
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    You don’t have the time or patience to watch TV week-to-week, so you want to be able to turn on your favorite show at any time and have a good laugh. Lucky for you, the shows you adore are always, at any moment in time, either streaming or syndicated. Finding something you love to watch is an easy feat.

    Recommendations: Curb Your Enthusiasm, Friends, Frasier, The Simpsons, Sports Night

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    You don’t have the time or patience to watch TV week-to-week, so you want to be able to turn on your favorite show at any time and have a good laugh. Lucky for you, the shows you adore are always, at any moment in time, either streaming or syndicated. Finding something you love to watch is an easy feat.

    Recommendations: Curb Your Enthusiasm, Friends, Frasier, The Simpsons, Sports Night.

    All well and accurate, just I've already seen most of the recommendations and they weren't very funny.

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