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I fiddled with some most of the categories to avoid repeats and reflect the fact that I mostly watch shows that are already finished.

Which TV shows did you start watching in 2011 and watch all the way through?

Supernatural, Downton Abbey, Sherlock. I think that's it.

Which TV shows did you start watching in 2011 and didn't finish, but still mean to?

Avatar: The Last Airbender, Battlestar Galactica, Farscape, Twin Peaks, The Vampire Diaries.

Which TV shows did you try in 2011 and gave up on?

Ringer? I dunno, that one's still up in the air. I might get back to it. Also Sliders (I watched the mpreg episode), ST: Enterprise (ditto). Dr. Who. (I may still try DW again, but guys, is hard. I can't seem to find my way into this show. It and me are unmixy things, apparently.) The X-Files.

What other shows did you watch this year?

The West Wing (still planning to finish), So You Think You Can Dance (yay!), ST:TOS (I just dabbled, but want to get back to it).

Which TV shows do you intend on checking out in 2012?

Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Babylon 5, Dexter, ST:TOS. Possibly Misfits, The Walking Dead, Mad Men? Really, though, these are all "sometime in the future" shows; they don't necessarily have to happen next year.

Which TV shows do you think you'll never let go of no matter how crappy they get? Why?

Supernatural. Given everything I have already gone through with this show, it's pretty clear I'm in it until the bitter end, now.
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Still working on S2, whenever I have enough time to sit down with dinner and watch an ep. Still enjoying, although I suspect my patience with politics (any politics) is going to run out well before the show does. This is a pity, as I like the characters quite a lot and want to know what happens to them.

I love Ainsley, as everyone (by whom I probably just mean [ profile] penny_lane_42 and [ profile] eowyn_315) knew I would. I miss Danny Kincannon - is he one of those that disappears without a trace? I continue to adore Mrs. Landingham and Toby and CJ and, yes, Josh (what is he good at, again?).

Recently saw "Ellie," which just broke. my. heart. I have a thing about father/daughter relationships (and father/son, too - there's a pivotal scene at the end of Bujold's The Warrior Apprentice that had me in tears), and this ep hit that tender spot straight on. Even though I have a pretty good relationship with my dad, Eleanor makes so much more sense to me as a character than Zoey does. I get exactly where she's coming from.

I gotta get me a WW icon one of these days.
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CJ/Danny are as adorable as adorable can be. I <3 them.

Also, Mrs. Landingham has joined my list of people whom I love unashamedly.

And: If the Capitol building blows up, Richard Wilkins III, Secretary of Agriculture, is next in the line of succession. This cannot be good.

(I will write an actual review/response soon. Honest I will. End of S1, maybe?)
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Love unashamedly: CJ, Charlie

Expect to love shortly: Toby

Am perpetually irritated with: Sam

Ought to be perpetually irritated with but rather adore anyway: Mandy, Josh

Feel "eh" about: everyone else (although I'm warming up to Leo pretty fast)


Otherwise: hits my competence kink like woah. The dialogue is fab. I kinda don't care about the plot (and I really don't care about Sam and his call girl, even if she is Lisa Edelstein), but I like the characters enough that it doesn't matter.


ETA: No spoilers in comments, please. Or hints. Or intimations.
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Guess who just acquired the first two seasons of The West Wing? Why, I did.


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