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My Guide Of The Best Shows To Record To Your Routine

By Jason Finn

Reruns can be tough. It is not as easy to enjoy a show the second, third or even fourth time around. Fortunately, there are some shows that never lose their brilliance, at least in my opinion. Here are some of my favorites.

There is a reason The Simpsons has been churning out new episodes for over two decades. No one gets tired of this show. Regardless of who your favorite character is, The Simpsons has something for everyone.

Seinfeld – There’s a reason its on television like 50 times a day. Everyone loves Seinfeld, and even more than 10 years after it has been off the air it remains one of the most popular shows.

Entourage – Quick and easy. This show is just a good time and usually only lasts about 24 minutes. The jokes come quick and the episodes are lighthearted. It is an incredibly easy show to watch with a fast lunch.

Another great show to watch old episodes of is Who Wants To Be A Millionaire. As long as you don’t know the answers to the questions being asked, it is very entertaining.

While it is only starting its third season, HBO’s True Blood is truly addicting. This is the type of show that you need to watch each episode at least twice in order to catch all the details.

If you are a fan of food, then you will not grow tired of a show like Top Chef Masters. These masters of the kitchen whip up some insanely inventive dishes under grueling circumstances.

Friends – Ok so maybe I personally do not watch friends, but I know my sister has it on constantly, so I will give a shout out to a show for women. Like Seinfeld, Friends is constantly syndicated.

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