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TV Shows You've Watched The Entire Series More Than Once

The Rifleman
Gunsmoke

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I know I've watched many episodes of The Rifleman more than once -- especially the final season's opener, a 2-parter called "Waste." A kind of Western film noir, it is, written by actor Robert Culp (who oddly does not appear in it). Possibly the best episode of the entire 5-year run.
 

emwolf

Contributor
One I forgot that I've definitely seen all episodes repeatedly: The Waltons. My wife got on a Waltons kick a couple years back. I had seen most of them when they were originally aired (the Homecoming TV movie is truly outstanding) and I welcomed her watching scripted TV instead of the TLC channel reality shows that seem to be her favorites. So we went at least twice through, though I do admit losing interest in the episodes where John-Boy mysteriously looks different.
 
A few:

Star Trek TOS
Star Trek TNG (many times over)
DS9
X-Files
Band of Brothers
Dr Who (modern)

I think that's about it.
 
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@TexOkie Shaver started a thread about popular TV Shows he's never seen. There are quite a few I've never seen. But there are several that I've watched over and over. For me:

Columbo (the entire series including the shift from NBC to ABC)
Kolchak: The Night Stalker
Ellery Queen
Planet of the Apes (the live action series with Roddy McDowall)
Star Trek (the original)
Breaking Bad
Downton Abbey
Twilight Zone
Kung Fu

How about you?
Millenium
The Wire
WhiteChapel
Luther
Jack Ryan
x Files
House of Cards
YellowStone
Longmire
Bosch
 

Doc4

Stumpy in cold weather
Moderator Emeritus
How could I forget Richard Sharpe??

Fawlty Towers
Python
Foyle's War

Yes Minister / Prime Minister
The Thick Of It
I will see your Python and Faulty, and raise you a Black Adder.

I'm a big fan of Foyle, but basically watched it once through.

Huge fan of Yes (Prime) Minister, but the PM episodes I may have seen some only once.

I have The Thick of It in the queue to watch ...

Re: Gilligan, my favorite episode was the one where their plans to get rescued are messed up by Gilligan
That really narrows it down for us ...
 
I Love Lucy
The Honeymooners
Leave it to Beaver
The Andy Griffith Show
The Flintstones
Gilligan's Island
The Brady Bunch
The Beverly Hillbilly's
Hogan's Heroes
The Avengers
The Twilight Zone
Star Trek
Lost in Space
Jonny Quest
Night Gallery
All in the Family
Sanford & Son
M*A*S*H
Kolchak: The Night Stalker
Kung Fu
Columbo
Happy Days
Space 1999
Freaks & Geeks
That 70's Show
Sherlock Holmes (Jeremy Brett)
The X-Files
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Angel
Firefly
Breaking Bad
Stranger Things
 
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How could I forget Richard Sharpe??



I will see your Python and Faulty, and raise you a Black Adder.

I'm a big fan of Foyle, but basically watched it once through.

Huge fan of Yes (Prime) Minister, but the PM episodes I may have seen some only once.

I have The Thick of It in the queue to watch ...



That really narrows it down for us ...
Do you know, I was thinking earlier, did I put Black Adder but technically I cannot as I have only watched series 1 once, when it first came out. All the others yes, multiple times.

I've seen all the Sharpes and indeed have all the DVDs but havent got round to re-watching any. Search on YouTube for the compilation of Sharpe saying "[email protected]", it's hilarious!
 
The Office (US)
King of Queens
Seinfeld
That '70s Show
Everybody Loves Raymond

Maybe some more, but I can't recall at the moment.
 
Has anyone else said Hell on Wheels?
Frasier
Breaking Bad
I remember watching the Twilight Zone in the 50s while my dad had his buddies over for cards.
 

Whisky

Contributor
Band of Brothers
The Office (US)
Parks and Rec
Cheers
Edit: I can’t believe I forgot M.A.S.H
 
Firefly
Dresden files
Star Trek(original, tng, ds9, voyager)
Stargate (sg1, Atlantis)
X-files
Burn notice
Sherlock
Fringe


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