TV Shows I’ll Never Admit To Watching- Dave’s List
We all have TV shows we watch every week, every day, or every night. Some of these shows were pretty popular with America, and others were rather lame. Some you'll share with friends, others you wont. Here's my list of TV Shows I'll Never Admit To Watching, even though I'm about to!
Let me start off by explaining I have two older sisters. These sisters had more control over the remote then I did. My sister Heather sucked me into watching this when it first came on. I would watch with her every weekend as my Dad busted my chops because he would watch Football. It's a little hard as a male in high school to date any young girl and use the pick up line: Did you catch “Desperate Housewives” last night? I'm proud to say I stopped watching, but still love Eva Longoria!
Jon And Kate Plus 8
Remember when I said I have two older sisters? Well Heather got me into the last show, and Sara would get me into this. I don't know why I found a mother who had 8 kids interesting, but I got sucked in. We would DVR the episodes and watch them on the weekends. It was like you knew who the little kids were, and you knew their life stories. Just like Desperate Housewives, I got off of this kick after watching Kate Gosselin for too long. I could not stand the way she treated Jon, or her family. She used her kids to climb the gravy train, and I got sucked under the tracks with the rest of America.
We didn't have cable, and this was on one of the few channels we did get. No 13 year old boy should ever have to choose between Cheech Marin, or static. I did enjoy the police drama, and the yellow car Nash had. If only I could trade in my Blue Bullet for that car, I would be all set.
I was a fan of Friends, and it's still a really entertaining show. So the idea of giving Joey a spin off wasn't a totally bad idea. But this is where NBC learned that TV shows like Friends, need the entire cast for its success and not just one character. Poor Joey Tribbiani learned this the hard way.
Number one is the grand daddy of all TV shows that everyone watches but never wants to admit in public, Full House. This is one of the only TV shows I know of that I can watch 10,000 times, and still not get bored with. ABC family shows it, Nick At Night as it, and I watched it when it was on Cable. I hope these networks don't “Cut It Out” and let the great music of “The Rush Hour Renegades” keep us company further into the future. By the way, I own a Jesse and The Rippers shirt, I know you may be a little jealous.