Alright, you got me. I did not watch the multiple shows you've recommended over the years. And I'll tell you why.
  1. Alf
    I have the feeling this show came on at the same time as something else I loved. And being poor and cable-less at the time, no VCR. But then I saw that Ben Stiller movie where he plays the coked out producer who sells Alf to the network while he was high. Now *that* was good TV.
  2. Falcon Crest
    My deception goes back a long way, but I can't not list it. I was living with that wardrobe, shoulder pads and all. One glam mother was and is enough for me.
  3. Dexter
    Not down with the blood. And he'll always be David from Six Feet Under to me.
  4. True Blood
    Still not down with the blood. Or vampires. Done to death.
  5. Lost
    It doesn't seem like I missed much here. And you were sooo mad at the end. Plus, wasn't there some weird animal — a polar bear or something? It all sounds so improbable now.
  6. The Good Wife
    Zzzzzzzzz. And then when Andrea Martin's character on Difficult People was all about it, I knew it jumped the shark.
  7. Full House
    I'll go all high road and say the acting was...broad. But I did catch the new series on Netflix and John Stamos was bringin' it. So maybe...
  8. Curb Your Enthusiasm
    At the time, I think it was the discomfort it caused me. But now I have survived The Office and all manner of cringe tv. Still, I think it's too late for me now — today Larry David = Bernie Sanders to me.