Poll
Question: Which one/s is/are your favourite/s?
General Hospital
ER
Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman
Chicago Hope
Scrubs
Nip/Tuck
Grey's Anatomy
Private Practice
House MD
Nurse Jackie
Hawthorne
Other (comment)
I don't watch them at all

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Aziraphale
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« on: April 16, 2011, 06:04:04 pm »

Okay, I thought  maybe we could have some polls with different genres. The lists will be long, but I can't put everything in them, obviously... the options are basically the ones that I could think of right away (no I didn't watch everything.  Grin).

MEDICAL DRAMAS

...I ran out of options pretty fast (could have added "Schwarzwaldklinik" but I doubt someone (apart from maybe Grisel) knows it XP), which shows that I don't watch shows like these very often. Ah well, more chances for you to use the "Other" option.  Wink
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grisel
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« Reply #1 on: April 17, 2011, 02:00:37 pm »

Also not one of my preferred genres, but I picked ER because I used to really like it, at least until Carol left, then I left, too.

My other choices:
M.A.S.H. - also not exactly the typical kind of show in this genre, but that might be the only old show I can still watch and still love. Hawkeye forever!
Trapper John M.D. - that's a coincidence, because I liked that one years before I found out who Trapper John had actually been. Soft spot for that show. Not sure if I could watch it now, but I really liked it.
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Aziraphale
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« Reply #2 on: April 21, 2011, 04:07:14 pm »

Oh. I actually planned to include M*A*S*H ... *facepalm*

I chose Scrubs because I think it's funny and Nip/Tuck because I thought the first few seasons were actually pretty good.
A few years ago I would've chosen House MD, too but I stopped watching several seasons ago. I think it's dull now...
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