This list was created by and in the opinion of Stephen H Koontz
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I'm starting to grow tired of this show as it's tough to watch a show where you start to not like the lead. I love Edie Falco, just not her character.
Season 8 (Final Season)
This is one of those 'I made it this far, I have to see how it ends' seasons. It wasn't bad, but it was also clear this show needed to end.
The characters can get annoying, so binge-watching doesn't happen; but the second season has surely improved on the first.
This show bounces back after an iffy ending to a burn-filled season. Not that this season isn't full of burns, it's just a little less depressing and funnier with more Rafi.
Second half of Season 17
First half of Season 18
Still an important show to watch even if Stewart pales in comparison to Colbert's zany presence.
Still just a show about a man that goes to extreme lengths to keep his ego in check; but the antics are still fresh and plenty of laugh-out-loud moments.
Second half of Season 8
First half of Season 9 (Final Season)
This show really needs to end. It's still funny, but with Carell in the lead we can only hold fond memories of a show that was once the best on TV.
Has a great staff of writers and the side-gags are still funny. He seems to gaining in popularity with a wider audience.
Second half of Season 8
First half of Season 9
Best writers on TV, his persona has yet to grow tiresome.
I really wanted to love this show, and while it's very watchable and I look forward to season 2, I am left a little disappointed.
Building well. Smart writing and fine comedic acting. Can't wait to see where this story goes...
Continues to prove he is the best interview in late night.
The seasons seem too short. There is a lot of story to tell here, and making us wait a whole year seems unfair. I love the characters and have good hopes this continue going up.
Second half of Season 3
First half of Season 4
I've grown to like this show more each year. I didn't want to like, but then I couldn't help it, now I love it.
This smartly-written parody of hospital dramas continues to find new ways to poke fun of not only hospital dramas, but TV in general.
First half of Season 3
This show loves being inane and out of control, and I love it for this reason.
As season 2s should go, this unique show has taken it up a notch. It's really becoming hilarious commentary on our modern society, more than just Portland's.
Second half of Season 7
First half of Season 8
The Drunk Train
Introduction of Quinn
The Magician's Code
...are all new reasons to continue loving this show; but then Season 8 shows a lag and it's kind of depressing how one of my favorite shows could end up being barely above average... let's hope they pick it back up.
Second half of Season 2
First half of Season 3
His new show, now less new, is still proving Conan is the best overall late-night host, even if he hasn't strayed too far from his career-long schtick. He's become comfort comedy.
Second half of Season 1
First half of Season 2
This show has quickly become a sharp, fun comedy with a cast coming into their own. Winston is now my favorite character.
Raising the Bar
A Nightmare on Facetime
A Scause for Applause
Stone and Parker continue to deliver with their topical barbs and commentary on our screwed up society.
The Gallaghers up the ante in the second season, growing more shameless each episode.
The Gang Recycles Their Trash
The Maureen Ponderosa Wedding Massacre
The Gang Dines Out
Reynolds v Reynolds: The Cereal Defense
...all future classics. This show has maybe plateaued, which means it's still dynamite and ridiculous.
Second half of Season 4
First half of Season 5
The second half of Season 4 is one the show's best stretches, with Leslie's campaign, guest spots from Paul Rudd, and an awesome Rambo recap from Andy.
Season 5 shows the show hasn't leveled off yet. It's still smart, poignant, goofy and refreshingly positive.
Just when I think a comedy half hour couldn't get any better, Louis CK goes and pulls off a very strong third season. Louie has guest appearances from Robin Williams, Parker Posey and David Lynch. God bless this man.
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