Shows not to miss this season

Grey’s Anatomy (ABC Sunday 10:00 pm) – I don’t think there is anyone out there that can’t find something about this show they love…it has something for everyone. The writers have taken the time to make sure every single character on this show is well developed and everyone has a great chemistry together. It’s an emotional show but witty at the same time. I always feel extremely satisfied after every episode. I think I even got my mother-in-law into it.

My Name is Earl (NBC Tuesday 9:00 pm) – If you are sick of all the shows out there and if you hear of another reality dating show you may move to another country then this may be the show for you. Everything about this show is unlike everything out there on tv…in fact it reminds me more of a show that would be on HBO but without the R rating. It’s about time these networks started trying something new than trying to just regurgitate the same show over and over again.

CSI: Las Vegas (CBS Thursday 9:00 pm) – C’mon, you knew I couldn’t leave out my beloved show. The last episode showed me that the writers have a lot up their sleaves this season. To make a really great CSI episode I believe you need the right mixture of suspense and emotion. You don’t want to just see an episode about a crime scene, you want to feel the emotion of the characters. You also don’t just want some crime show entirely centered around the characters. The sixth season is showing that even shows can improve with age.


  1. Sean

    October 25, 2005 at 7:54 pm

    I agree wholeheartedly about Grey’s Anatomy. Though I can;t stay up for that show for some
    reason now…I’m getting DVR this week, so that won’t be a problem anymore. My name is Earl is
    really funny, but The Office is even funnier. Can I give props to a couple of my new favs:
    Ghost Whisperer and Numbers. CBS Fridays 8 PM then 10PM. Jennifer Love Hewitt plays Melinda
    (gotta love that) Gordon, a young married woman who has the gift of seeing ghosts. So far every
    episode has had an emotional story. Check it out. And Numbers is about and FBI Agent who has a ‘
    genious mathmetician brother who consults on his cases with mathmetical angles. Its fantastic.

  2. Robin

    October 26, 2005 at 7:26 am

    Of course you are welcome to give props. Still I think you only watch the Ghost show for the boobies.

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