Top 100 TV Shows

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I'll send you one in a minute Rammy, been a bit preoccupied lately.
 

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Before we get started, I can tell you that I've had a mental 56 lists, with a massive 457 different shows nominated. Both totals comfortably beat the efforts in 2011 and 2013.

To make the Top 100, a show needs 27 points. Again, this is more than in the previous two times this has run.

FOURTEEN shows that made the Top 100 last time round have not picked up a single vote this time around. These show are listed below, along with their final position in 2013:

Seinfeld - 23rd
Scenes From A Marriage - 52nd
Russell Howard's Good News - 60th
Spaced - 65th
Battlestar Galactica (Remake) - 66th
Green Wing - 75th
Carnivale - 79th
Law & Order (UK) - 85th
Babylon 5 - 88th
The Daily Show (with Jon Stewart) - 89th
This Life - 91st
WWE Smackdown - 92nd
Dawson's Creek - 94th
The Voice - 95th
 
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Beginning with the shows that finished in a lowly 20th position on one of the 56 lists...

1pt
Archer
Bucky O'Hare and the Toad Wars
Foyle's War
Moone Boy
Never Mind the Buzzcocks
Parker Lewis Can't Lose
Peppa Pig
Renford Rejects
Road Wars
The Alan Titchmarsh Show
The Bill
The Catherine Tate Show
The Green Green Grass
The Kenny Everett Show
The Middle
The Prisoner (1967-68 series)
The Trip
Tipping Point
Who Dares Wins
 

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Who the fuck voted for Tipping Point?

Watched Pepper Pig for the first time today. I enjoyed it, would watch again. A little disconcerting that the pigs' eyes are on the same side of their faces though.
 

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Kenny:

"When England was a kingdom, we had a king. When we were an empire, we had an emperor. Now we're a country, and we have Margaret Thatcher."

Commenting on his work for gay rights, he told David Bowie during the taping of one of his TV shows: "I...FOUGHT...for people like you! And I never got one!"

And remember, you don't have to watch this endless display of perversitude and fleshy bummery. You've all got a knob there - so use it!

So this bus breaks down, and the driver gets out to try and fix it. The lady bus conductress gets out too, and says 'D'you want a screwdriver?' - and the driver replies 'Leave it out, I'm late enough already...'
 

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And here are those that picked up two points. All finished in 19th place, and therefore appeared on just one list.

A couple of notable ones here, as they made the Top 100 in 2013. Freaks and Geeks finished in 84th on 22pts, whilst The Unit was 100th with 18pts last time around.

2pts
Auf Wiedersehen, Pet
Cracker
Dream Team
Everwood
Falling Skies
Fifteen to One
Freaks and Geeks
Goosebumps
Heartbeat
Hell on Wheels
Inspector Morse
Kingdom of Plants
Louis Theoroux's Weird Weekends
Masterchef
Pushing Daisies
Shain the Sheep
Soldier Soldier
Stalker
The Amazing Word of Gumball
The Magic Roundabout
The Unit
Two and a Half Men
Watchdog
 

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Beginning with the shows that finished in a lowly 20th position on one of the 56 lists...

1pt
Archer
Do you all want a punch in the face?

Because this is how you get a punch in the face.

More people need to watch Archer.
 

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The Unit was one of my very late picks. It's decent, if low budget entertainment. Kind of like a cheaper Strike Back.
 

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It's disappointing At Home with the Braithwaites only made one list. That being my own.

All 19 of these shows finished in 18th position on one list.

3pts
Adventure Time
At Home with the Braithwaites
Battlestar Galactica (Original Series)
Big Brother
Captain Planet
Criminal Minds
First Life
Four Rooms
Inside No. 9
Lie to Me
Merlin
North West Tonight with Gordon Burns
Old Grey Whistle Test
Strike It Lucky
Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip
The A Team
The Flight of the Condor
The Worst Week of my Life
Tracy Beaker
 

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No one voted for Seinfeld? You peeps for real?

I can just see this being 90% of UK shows that I've never heard of and The Wire.
 

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Two of mine gone. Criminal Minds is great light entertainment on a Monday night and used to watch Auf Wiedersehen, Pet with my grandad so voted for purely nostalgic reasons.
 

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