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Discussion in 'TV Show Talk' started by Stuart Sweet, Dec 20, 2007.
Does that indicate that the show jumped the shark, or rather that you jumped the shark?
Well put, well put.
who jumped what shark like the dorks keeping nolan thus insuring one nfl team will go 0-16 no class niner loser jumped that shark
When NFL games began to consistently run longer than 2 hours.
Then again, maybe I've jumped the shark because my NFL history fond reminiscing stops with the period of the 49ers' Y.A. Tittle to R.C. Owens Alley Oop passes.
Las Vegas can't jump the shark! It is the shark.
Northern Exposure when Maggie and Joel move in together, complete crap after that.
If we include movies, then Jaws 3-D where the shark jumped out AT you.
So, what you're saying is the 3D shark jumped itself for you...?
If the shark jumps, but no one is around to see it, did it really jump? :lol:
Bionic Woman (the new series) When they were training the Bionic Woman to fight (4th ep or so) and she said "bring it on bi**c" I looked at my wife, hit stop, deleted the episode and deleted it from my series passes.
I so wanted to like the show...
Returning to TV, at least for the moment, James Woods' show Shark hasn't jumped the shark.
However, my real jump the shark moment was when David Duchovny left X-Files.
Married with children and I hated Seven.
When the brady bunch added oliver to the cast.
When the Fonz in Happy days started to become uncool... Like wearing a tie with his jacket.
I would agree with Xfiles loosing David D. I actually watched ever season and except the last one..
Survivor... Survivor All-Stars.
Apprentice... When the Donald dumped Carol and started adding family members
Cheers.. When Rebecca joined the show.
Friends.... About the 3rd go around off Racheal and Ros and when Chandler marrying Monica. Might even have gone back further.
Sinfield.. Well I think they waited until the final episode and boy.. they jumped a whale on that one.
I guess the earlier poster who said some people's JTS moment, others like was correct. I thought Rebecca was a better character than Diane and loved the last Seinfeld.
Nip/Tuck - after the last show last year. This whole season in California the stories are just completely whacked - we stopped watching after 3 or 4 episodes.
Indeed: I thought Seinfeld jumped the shark in the series premiere.