October 11, 2005

Curb Your Enthusiasm, Arrested Development & Lost

Curb Your Enthusiasm is easily one of my favorite television shows. The humor stems from the ridiculous, over-the-top and outlandish antics of Larry David. I cannot remember watching an episode that I didn't enjoy. It is too funny.

Arrested Development is another one of my favorite shows. Again the humor is found in the quirky and silly antics of the Bluth family.

Lost is another show that I try hard not to miss. It is not a comedy like the other two, but a drama that I find very intriguing. The writers have done an excellent job of grabbing my attention and making me wonder where this is all going. The hatch offers many possibilities.

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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

You hit the nail on the head. Those shows you mentioned are really awesome.
There are a few more shows that are really terrific that I reccomend you check out if you have the time.
1. The Shield (great,great show)
2. Family Guy (really funny)
3. Rescue Me (great mix of humor)
4. House (great)

Jack's Shack said...

I like Family Guy. I don't watch it all that often, but it is fun.

I haven't seen the others.

Stacey said...

Couch potatoes. ;)

Jack's Shack said...

Stacey,

Clean your ears and you won't have that problem. ;)

Ezzie said...

:) I'm a computer potato (my wife's name).

1) 24
Best. Show. Ever. Take out Season 1, Episode 1. Try not to watch Episode 2. You can't.

So far, I have yet to meet a person who started from the beginning, and does not think it is the best show on television. Sounds crazy; yet not an exaggeration.

2) Family Guy.

Also watch American Dad, Smallville (wife), and American Idol when it's down to the real talent.

I hear Lost is incredible. Anyone besides Jack think so?

Also, the 4400 - my friend thinks it's on the level of 24... is it? And this new show, I think it's called PrisonBreak...

Jack's Shack said...

Ezzie,

Your wife is named computer potato. Bo you cleveland folks are weird. ;)

Ezzie said...

haha... In Cleveland, we're not big on nuance, but for you CA boys... I should've said my wife's name for me is computer potato.

Jack's Shack said...

In Cleveland, we're not big on nuance,

Or culture, but we don't hold that against you. ;)

In a short time we can expect an appearance by the Shmata Queen to protect a place she once lived but will never live in again.

Stacey said...

Ezzie, it was obvious from your initial statement that "computer potato" is your wife's name for you.

Only West Coast morons wouldn't be able to figure that out.

Cleveland forever.

Jack's Shack said...

Ezzie,

I told you that the Shmata queen couldn't help herself.