Podcast: Love ‘Em or Leave ‘Em

CastleGrey’s AnatomyThe SimpsonsSaturday Night LiveSouth Park.

These are but a handful of the shows Megan, Joey, and Clarence discuss on the latest Water Cooler Podcast – the “Love ‘Em or Leave ‘Em” Edition. We discuss the merits (or demerits) of certain long-running television series, why they seem to endure, and whether or not the series should endure (“Love ’em”) or if it’s time to shoot Ol’ Yeller (“Leave ’em”). We’ll also jump forward 10 years and make some predictions as to what, if any, current television shows will still be kicking around.

Join us on the latest Water Cooler Podcast and let us know what long-running series you continue to “Love” and what you’d just as soon “Leave.”

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    casey 6 years ago

    Loved the podcast however I have one big qualm. SURVIVOR is better than ever. It had one of its best seasons of all time last year with Brains Vs Brawns Vs Beauty and this season of second chances is lining up to be just as good. Survivor is quite simply the best competition reality show – and it rewards its fans season after season which is why I think its ratings are ALWAYS holding strong. I know none of you watch anymore – but trust me, its just as good as ever.

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      Clarence Moye 6 years ago

      Thanks for the feedback! I can’t speak for Megan or Joey, but my issue isn’t necessarily related to the quality of the show. For me, it’s more about Survivor overload. I’ve long thought CBS should ID one block of their schedule for reality competition programming and rotate Amazing Race/Survivor in the Fall/Spring season. That way, it feels a little more fresh. Glad to hear you’re enjoying it though. You should have seen the Survivor birthday party I threw for my son. That was an epic undertaking.

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      Mego 6 years ago

      I’m honestly afraid that if I do watch, I’ll get completely sucked back into it. LOL I know how addictive it can be!

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    Eric P. 6 years ago

    I agree with Casey, “Survivor” has managed to still feel fresh and exciting for 30 plus seasons. But Mego is right, it’s quite addicting. Especially when you choose to binge on Hulu….ugh

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