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If you look closely at a tree you'll notice it's knots and dead branches, just like our bodies. What we learn is that beauty and imperfection go together wonderfully. Matthew Fox
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So! For fun (cause I saw a few other people doing it) I'm gonna list my top NINE favorite TV shows! Not that anyone really cares, but hey, it's fun. XD
This'll be from least to greatest, and I even made a collage of them below. How quaint.

So, let us begin.
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9. Persons Unknown
This show was extremely suspenseful (one of those shows that looked like it was slow but still had this epic sense of "what the frick is gonna happen next" that you just can't stop watching it). It's basically about this group of people, plucked from random places across the US. They have no connections or similarities whatsoever, and they are all abducted and thrust into this tiny town (less than a square mile, I'd think). The town is surrounded by hidden weapons that trigger your nerve endings when fired and causes extreme pain, making a "barrier" that is impossible to get around. While none of them has any clue why they are there, they all have their own dark secrets that are forced into the open when their invisible captors begin setting up scenarios for them to run through that appear to be psychological experiments to test how quickly their survival instincts will overrun their humanity. Cameras are everywhere, making them even more sure they are being experimented on. Sadly, it was discontinued after the first season, as most good shows are. sigh. This is the main reason why it is at the bottom of my list: it had a lot of untapped potential, and the ending was amazing: if there was gonna be another season. Therefore, it was completely unsatisfying. Still, very glad I watched it.
Seasons: 1
Starring: Jason Wiles, Daisy Betts
Directors/Creators: Christopher McQuarrie
Synopsis: Seven strangers disappear without a trace and wake up together in a hotel room. The suspense is in finding out why they were taken -- and by whom.
Years: 2010
MPAA Rating: TV-PG
My MPAA Rating: TV-14
Netflix Rating: 3.8
My Rating: 4.1

8. Lost
This was a very long running show. It had such amazing ratings (I even heard that Obama himself would demand an uninterrupted 45 minutes so he could watch it on air), and the setup was not unheard of but had its own unique twists. It is basically setup where an airplane crashes on an island about 1,000 miles off their planned course and the 40 or so survivors are left to deal with the aftermath. It gets almost hyper realistic when sorting through the psychological after effects, the desperation, the starvation, and later, (the twists that result in) somewhat supernatural activity. This show was captivating and entertaining all the way through, hitting you hard in the feels with its realism but at the same time keeping a mystifying air of virtuality. However, what placed it low on this list is the fact that while the writers did an amazing job (they had no clue where it was going to end when they started it and were literally winging it through), the conclusion was extremely disappointing. The rest of the show, however, made up for it (somewhat) in quality so much that it is still on my list.
Seasons: 6
Starring: Matthew Fox, Evangeline Lilly
Directors/Creators: J. J. Abrams, Jeffrey Lieber
Synopsis: After their plane crashes on a deserted island, a diverse group of people must adapt to their new home and contend with the island's enigmatic forces.
Years: 2004-2010
MPAA Rating: TV-14
My MPAA Rating: TV-14
Netflix Rating: 3.8
My Rating: 4.2

7. Terra Nova
This show was simply amazing. The family unit it's centered around is struggling to escape a dying Earth and reach the utopia they've heard so much about: Terra Nova. However, upon getting there, they are forced to confront it's much darker roots. Intense and realistic battles, plot twists, the whole shebang. The family leaves their old home to travel millions of years back in time to the time of dinosaurs, where they are building a colony for people to live in. It is, however, a one way trip, and they must figure out how to survive without communication with the "future past". Sadly, it was also a canceled show...
Seasons: 1
Starring: Jason O'Mara, Shelley Conn
Directors/Creators: Kelly Marcel, Craig Silverstein
Synopsis: The Shannon family travels with other settlers from the scorched Earth of the 22nd century to establish a colony in the prehistoric past.
Years: 2011
MPAA Rating: TV-14
My MPAA Rating: TV-14
Netflix Rating: 4.1
My Rating: 4.6

6. Leverage
When a man loses his son to cancer because an insurance company refused to pay for his treatment, Nathan Ford comes down hard. He is a man who normally protects companies from defraud, but this experience has stirred up a hate in him that exposes to his eyes the true corruption of such companies. It pushes him so far, in fact, that he actually collects some of the conmen that he has been paid before to jail and creates his own team of people who's only job is to defraud those very same companies. The catch: they only do it to help the people being scammed by those companies. Whether that be in the form of a completely legal but morally unfair scam (on the part of the corporations), or huge black market drug cartel...thingies, they'll take em on in ways the police are afraid to. This show was so enjoyable for me because it not only explores the friendship dynamic between the five of them, but also is full of humor and also contains one of my favorite ships in the history of ever (Parkison!). I also enjoy the show because when I look in the mirror, I see Hardison staring back at me in a million ways.
Seasons: 5
Starring: Timothy Hutton, Gina Bellman
Directors/Creators: Chris Downey, John Rogers
Synopsis: Backed by thieves and hackers, former insurance investigator Nate Ford pulls a 180 on the corporate and government entities he used to protect.
Years: 2008-2012
MPAA Rating: TV-PG
My MPAA Rating: TV-PG
Netflix Rating: 4.1
My Rating: 4.4

5. Sherlock
Oh, this show hardly needs an explanation. But sure, why not.
Everyone has heard of Sherlock to some degree. Maybe not the BBC show I'm talking about, but the character Sherlock. Anywho, this adaptation of the series it is based upon is ingenious. I love how they have completely modernized it and made it relatable to everyday life without discarding the sentimentality of the show's namesake and book base. The humor is epic, but perfectly complements the dark side of the series. The only thing I dislike about it is its infrequent updates...the episodes are two hours long, but taking over a year for a new season? And only THREE EPISODES PER SEASON? Gods, that wait...UGHHHH.
Seasons: 3
Starring: Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman
Directors/Creators: Mark Gatiss, Steven Moffat
Synopsis: In this updated take on Arthur Conan Doyle's beloved mystery tales, the eccentric sleuth prowls the streets of modern-day London in search of clues.
Years: 2010-present
MPAA Rating: TV-14
My MPAA Rating: TV-14
Netflix Rating: 4.5
My Rating: 4.7

4. Psych
This show is ingenious in every way. It is based on a character very similar to Sherlock, but is its own show in the way of it takes a completely different spin on it. If Sherlock is one side of a coin, Shawn Spencer is the other. He is the fully extroverted version of Sherlock, if you know what I mean. He can be pretty immature, but the quotes that come from that immaturity are hilarious and memorable. I also enjoyed how he has to pretend to be psychic for the LAPD to hire him. His "psychic episodes" are hilarious. Also, Shawn's dynamic with Guster is absolutely hilarious. Inside jokes like "boneless" "C'mon, son" and the revival of the "NOT" trend make me just love this all the more. The only reason I put it above Sherlock is there are so many more episodes and seasons, and the humor gives me the crime solving but makes me actually feel kinda good inside afterwards. The feels are a lot less dark (though some of the show's best episodes are its darkest.)
Seasons: 8
Starring: James Roday, Dule Hill
Directors/Creators: Steve Franks
Synopsis: Shawn Spencer appears to possess a nearly supernatural gift for crime-solving -- so much so that the police begin employing his services as a psychic.
Years: 2006-2014
MPAA Rating: TV-PG
My MPAA Rating: TV-14
Netflix Rating: 4.2
My Rating: 4.6

3. Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
At first, this show looked barely competent, and I really only continued because of the fact it had "Marvel" slapped on it. The first episode especially. It starts to pick up a bit in quality around the third or fourth episode, then slowly escalates from there. The relationships seem kind of dry and not very well developed: maybe Mary-Sue-ish, almost. But when you...when you reach...when you reach about the end of the middle of the season, I swear it will have you hooked so freaking badly you will watch it in one night. It turns out all of the stagnant relationship dynamics from the first half of the season were actually intentional. They built up to an EXPLOSION of drama that was perfectly balanced out by action and plot. Despite the slow start, it is EXTREMELY suspenseful and the characters actually have so much more depth than you at first realize...good and bad. And don't even get me started on the amazingness of the second season (yet to be released: I watched it on YouTube and Hulu XD). But seriously, if you can rough out the first five episodes, it's so worth it.
Seasons: 1 (and a half)
Starring: Clark Gregg, Chloe Bennett
Directors/Creators: Maurissa Tancharoen, Jed Whedon
Synopsis: Agent Phil Coulson, seen in action in Marvel's The Avengers, assembles a team of top S.H.I.E.L.D. agents to investigate bizarre threats
Years: 2013-present
MPAA Rating: TV-PG
My MPAA Rating: TV-PG
Netflix Rating: 4.4
My Rating: 4.7

2. Once Upon A Time
This show is quite simply amazing. The plot arcs are just so complicated, the pasts for the characters are SO FREAKING DETAILED AND DRAMATIC AND EPIC GODS I CANNOT TALK ABOUT IT WITHOUT FANGIRLING. calms self down. Sorry. I'll do it right now.
Basically, this little town in Maine contains all of the people from all of the fairy tales (Cinderella, Snow White, Belle, Rumplestiltskin, etc.) in a form where they don't remember that they are fairy tale characters. The story is centered around the child of Snow White and Prince Charming, who grew up in the real world as an orphan and has no knowledge of who her parents are. This is ended when the child who she gave up for adoption ten years ago finds her in the middle of New York and manages to convince her to come back home with him. She knows something is strange about the town (Magic!) and decides to stay and figure it out. The first season is centered around getting the town's memories back. Every season after that has about two huge plot arcs that take a new twist on fairy tale stories. Like, Little Red Riding Hood is actually a werewolf, or Rumplestiltskin is both "Rumplestiltskin", the Beast from Beauty and the Beast, and the crocodile from Peter Pan. Also, Peter Pan is a man who went through the fountain of youth and literally sends his shadow to abduct kids in the night, while Captain Hook is this dashing young man with no perm or curly cue mustache who is really a misguided and somewhat misunderstood sailor-gone-renegade-against-his-evil-kingdom. (He eventually becomes one of the main protagonists.) It is twists like this that make the show so enjoyable and memorable.
Seasons: 3 (and a half)
Starring: Jennifer Morrison, Ginnifer Goodwin
Directors/Creators: Adam Horowitz, Edward Kitsis
Synopsis: In this fantasy series, a young woman is drawn to a small Maine town and discovers that it's filled with elements of the fairy tale world.
Years: 2011-present
MPAA Rating: TV-PG
My MPAA Rating: TV-PG
Netflix Rating
My Rating: 4.9

1. Doctor Who
Here, I'll just copy and paste the super long introduction I wrote. If you haven't seen the show yet, PLEASE READ IT.
Doctor Who is basically this British (BBC) TV-show that began in the sixties as an educational show about an alien man who went around with a human or two in his time box (called the T.A.R.D.I.S., short for Time And Relative Dimensions In Space). He'd travel back in time and face off cheesy aliens trying to mess with historical events. But hey, it was 1963. Slowly, the show gained popularity, and it deviated from it's original value as a strictly educational show to a science fiction show. The Doctor is an alien (who remains unnamed all throughout the show -- he refuses to go by anything but the doctor) who is the last of his race (his planet was destroyed by an alien named [censored for SPOILERS]. He goes around with the time machine he "borrowed" from Gallifrey (his home planet) many years before it was destroyed and helps people all over space (and often time) who are in danger. The show actually opens BEFORE he Gallifrey is destroyed. The original show ended in 1989, but was rebooted in 2005, and it was during that time gap he was assumed to have lost his race. History aside, his race (the Time Lords. They aren't called Gallifreyans, just as we aren't usually called Earthians) lives for hundreds of years, and one of their perks is that when they die, they can "regenerate". Basically, it's like immediate reincarnation, where the subject has the same memories. Their DNA alters, changing their face (and therefore the actor) and they gain a slightly different personality, but are always the same person. So the Doctor, as a Time Lord, is hundreds of years old, and when you see things like the "Fourth Doctor" or the "Tenth Doctor", that's the face (actor) who plays that incarnation of the Doctor, and also represents how many times he has died and "regenerated." The classic show ended with the Eighth Doctor and the reboot began with the Ninth, and it was in that gap Gallifrey was destroyed, making him the last of his kind etc etc. He's taken a special liking to Earth and humans (naturally) because they remind him the most out of any alien of his own race. He gets lonely, and will often take along a person (usually a girl, but not always) who he will take on a tour of space and time. They always run into trouble, and the Doctor finds clever ways to outwit the enemy without using violence (due to his guilt over the war that resulted in the destruction of his planet, he is a pacifist). That's the basics of the show.
Another thing to consider going into the show is that a lot of things about it will definitely seem weird and cheesy on first glance. (The first three or four episodes of the 2005 series are just plain BLEH, after that it's amazing.) For example, the Daleks. They look like oversized upside-down ice cream cones with light bulbs for ears, and a toilet plunger and a light saber handle for arms. It's pretty ridiculous at first glance. But you have to realize that the makers are trying to keep true to the show's original (classic, 1960-80) aliens to keep it sentimental for the people who watched it back then. So while the aliens themselves often LOOK strange, the producers have compromise by keeping their exterior the same (with external improvements ranging from minor [the Daleks] to major [the Cybermen]), and changing their backstories with the Doctor and exactly what they want (why they are villains) to improve the overall depth and realism of the show. New aliens are also introduced at random, making the show even more diverse. Also, things like the TARDIS remain as they were before to keep sentimentality (it was originally stuck in "disguise mode" as a Police Call Box from the 50s, which is when the show was made. Since it's "stuck", it often appears out of place in modern London, but is symbolic of his past as well.)
Each episode usually includes a different/new predicament, where the Doctor will travel in his time machine with his human companion to either the future or the past, or sometimes the present in far off locations. The Doctor then sees that there is a problem, and must first solve the mystery of what is causing the problem then try to deal with it as best he can without resorting to violence (as aforementioned.) His companion also has a special part, and seeing that they change throughout the show as well, each one brings their own flair and personality to it, helping the Doctor with a fresh set of eyes, an extra pair of hands, and a new perspective on the issue that makes them each invaluable to him.
The show is multi-genre as well, being mainly science fiction, but also having elements of comedy, drama, tragedy, horror, and romance while being aimed at a wide audience, being unisexual in gender attraction and for an age group from ten to a hundred. That's why it has such a huge fan base. The show is especially famous for its complicated characters and intertwining plot arcs.
If you were to pick one episode that I think summarizes the show best, I'd say probably "Blink" is most representative. You don't have to know much of anything about the show to watch it, and it's very thrilling.
Seasons: 8
Starring: David Tennant, Matt Smith
Directors/Creators: Sydney Newman, C. E. Webber, Donald Wilson
Synopsis: An updated incarnation of everybody's favorite time-traveling Doctor sets about fighting nefarious aliens and other foes in this epic sci fi series.
Years: 2005-present
MPAA Rating: TV-PG
My MPAA Rating: TV-14
Netflix Rating: 4.3
My Rating: 4.9
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So yep! That's my way-too-long list of favorite TV shows. If this actually gets any of you to try one, please tell me so I can have the satisfaction of knowing I have a brother/sister fan now. XD
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