There are lots of television shows that are good, but the more you watch, the more you realize there aren’t that many that are great. So when your friend starts watching a great show for the first time, one you’ve watched before, you maybe get a little jealous of all they’re about to experience.
At least, I do – and these 13+ people know exactly what I mean:
#15. Can’t pick.
“Breaking Bad and Game of Thrones.”
#14. Only Season 1, though.
“True Detective Season 1”
#13. A glutton for heartbreak.
#12. Falling off my couch.
To be able to laugh as hard as I did, falling off of my couch at JD screaming “EEEEEEEAGLLLLLLE!” again would be amazing.”
#11. Everything I love.
“Fringe, everything I love wrapped into one TV show. Sci-fi? Check. Mystery? Check. Engaging plot? Check. Lovable characters that you can easily connect to? Check. Plot twists? Check. References to old Sci-fi movies and shows? Double check. Written by J.J. Abrams? Heck Yeah! Just an amazing and gripping series I wish I could experience all over again.”
#10. Top comment.
“Avatar: The Last Airbender.”
#9. Top three…
“Friends, the office, and avatar the last airbender.”
#7. One of the best.
#6. Definitely my pick.
“Parks and Rec is definitely my pick.”
“Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood.”
#4. The twists
“Community. Half the fun was realizing the quirkiness as the show evolved. I remember thinking it was just another humorous sitcom until the first paintball episode.
Another one like that is the good place. The twists are just too good to know about in advance.”
#3. I would give anything.
“Brooklyn Nine Nine. I have watched it way too many times and I would give anything to fall in love with the show all over again and watch the characters and humour develop.”
#2. For the first time.
“The Good Place. Rewatching it knowing all the twists was already amazing, but I really wish I could erase them all from my memory and just have the awesome experience of watching this show for the first time all over again.”
#1. Because the second time, you know you’re going to be disappointed.
“As good as The Office and Breaking Bad were, I will never be as hooked and on the edge of my seat as I was when watching Lost for the first time.”