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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. You stick to network and cable dramas — the kinds that start watercooler conversation.

    Recommendations: Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, Mad Men, The West Wing.

    I love the first two shows, although quite everyone does. I also love True Detective and Vikings.
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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? 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: Enlightened, Freaks and Geeks, Joan of Arcadia.

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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.

    Will-they-won't-theys are the worst. Screw dramas where the internal dynamics are the source of the drama. "Hey, in this show about our workplace, I'm banging two of my coworkers! How will this story unfold??"

    And I explicitly responded "no" to the question of "you'll talk to your friends about tv or whatever," so the test should know better than to tell me that I do.

    I like comedies, but not sitcoms. As a Highbrow, those are too Lowbrow for my taste. But those recommendations do make sense.
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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.
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    You like a good old-fashioned drama, but you don’t have the time or brain space to stay caught up on every single show. You want to be able to turn on the TV and get immediately sucked in. But you’re lowbrow and proud of it — you won’t be looking to network TV for your favorite shows. For finding new things to binge, streaming services are your BFF.

    Recommendations: Supernatural, Charmed, Grimm, Nip/Tuck.
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    Narcissism, plain and simple.

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    Okay, this one was neat.

    Dramatic
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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.

    With the exception of Dr. Who, the others are on my To-Watch list.

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    Comedy
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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 might have to dig a little deeper to find. Your comedy won’t be on network TV, but try recs from streaming or premium networks. The shows (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: Arrested Development, Transparent, The Worst, Bored to Death.
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