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For me it would be either Prison Break- season 1 or Dexter -season 4? (trinity killer)
The Wire... Or Mad Men (I personally loved the last season they just had)
Game of Thrones.
It is like Lord of the Rings but with titties galore.
The Wire.... Season 4 IMO
Completely agreed. Seasons 1 and 4 were the best, IMO, and season 2 was by far the worst.
I think season 2 is very underrated. I agree with 1 or 4 being the best though.
For me it might be Homeland, season one. I'd never really watched a tv show that was anything like it, so it kept me guessing the whole time.
Season 5 of LOST.
This season 2 really wasn't up to pair for that show. Season 3 was actually my favorite.
I think there were good themes to be explored, but I just couldn't stand any of the characters. Ziggy was an idiot, Nick and Frank were too predictable, and the entire season suffered from having to attempt to live up to Season 1.
Yeah I can see all of that. I guess that is what I liked so much was the subject matter more than the actual execution. Still a very solid season and.better than 99% of other shows. Just hard to live to the standards set.
Seasons 2 and 5 of The Wire were simply victims to the show's excellence. I agree that, had the standard not been set by 1 and 4, seasons 2 and 5 would have been lauded as excellent tv. "Better than 99% of other shows" is spot-on.
I agree with the earlier poster who said Season 3 of The Wire was their favorite. I also consider it to be the single best season in TV history.
Another good one that hasn't been mentioned is 24 Season 1.
Huddles are for rookies.
You should watch this, it is very relevant to your interests. Best episode of No Reservations ever.
No big deal, just Anthony Bourdain eating dinner with Omar from s your day?
My favorite season of any show is Law and Order, season 1. They attacked tough legal issues week after week, and did the show amazingly.
(Note: I'm a huge fan of shows that don't require me to follow an ongoing storyline, so shows like L&O have always been more interesting to me.)
I wish Season 3 of LOST hadn't started so poorly, because the finale was one of the best episodes of the series and TV in general IMO:
Loved season two of The Wire. Agree with Aussie about it being very underrated. But I understand its criticism. Seasons 3 and 4 are neck and neck as the best season of all time. It's hard but I'd give the edge to S3 because of the rift between Avon and Stringer. The kids and Marlo's come up was great tv as well, though.
As a lawyer, watching Law & Order is like my med-student girlfriend watching Grey's Anatomy. Behind all the drama and story-telling they actually do get into a bit of substance, but most of the time content accuracy loses out to whatever will get better ratings.
I enjoyed that show a lot more before I went to law school.
Its ten times better than Lord of the Rings
Lord of the Rings is total garbage
fsufsu said... I've got about 10 great stories on Lane but all you need to know is he will never be a loser, that's for sure.
You don't know shit, season 2 was great
Season 5 was the worst
Never seen The Wire, nor do I intend to. As far as best seasons to me..
How I Met Your Mother - Season 1
The League - Season 3
And why not?
Yes really, one of the biggest wastes of time in my entire life
Hated every second of it
The acting and cast are just terrible and as a movie that took 9 hours of life it was very depressing that I actually sat through them all
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Don't care to watch a show about Baltimore.
Beats a stupid sitcom like How I Met Your Mother, that is for sure
But do you pal
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