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West Wing because there's a better than 50% chance that Homeland comes completely off the rails this year.
LOL @ people voting against Homeland because it might be bad in coming seasons.
Well, it's hard to judge a book after only reading the first 150 pages. So a certain amount of prognostication has to be involved for shows that are ongoing or not near the end.
I thought season 2 of Homeland was a huge step down from season 1 anyway. Not to get too spoilery, but the resolutions to at least 2 major characters was poorly handled and there were a few storylines that felt pointless within the overall narrative, given how they were resolved.
The only character I feel that has been well served throughout the entire series run is Saul.
Man this is a tough one. I watched these in two totally different ways. Watched reruns of West Wing over like 6 months and mainlined Homeland in 3 days. I can't decide.
Jackie Robinson isn't dirty. This isn't Pack Pride.
This slayed me.
This slayed me.
This post was edited by PaulUMD on 5/10/2013 at 8:31 AM
I don't know what to do. the 99 meltdown would be pretty sweet.
West Wing was OK, but really just a more boring political version of Law & Order where people talked too quickly while walking.
I asked this previously and got a couple of responses, but I have read/heard Homeland is utter dogshit now after a good season one.
I love Homeland, but how can you compare it after only two seasons to a show as iconic as the **West Wing**
Dogshit is overstating it but the show took a definite step back and had some realllllly goofball plotlines. Can't really get into it without breaking the spoiler line but they dropped the ball with a few secondary characters too.
Why always Boris?
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