'Freaks and Geeks' And A 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend'
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'Freaks and Geeks' And A 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend'

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'Freaks and Geeks' And A 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend'
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As your typical college student, my favorite pasttime is watching Netflix. I tend to stick with rewatching shows I've seen so many times (Friends, Gilmore Girls, etc.), but I know that I need to try some other series. I mean, that's what I'm paying for, right? Here's a list of the shows I really want to watch.

1. The Office

I know this comes as such a surprise, but no, I haven't seen The Office before. I mean, I've seen clips, but that's about it. Every one says that it's one of the best shows ever, but if that's true, why haven't I seen it yet?

2. Parks and Rec

So, I've actually seen the first three episodes of this show, but I wasn't able to get into it. That being said, every one has told me that I have to get through the first season before I make up my mind. Hopefully one day I'll actually get there.

3. Scrubs

Honestly I'm not 100% sure what it's about beside the fact that it's set in a hospital. I continuously hear how great this show is, so I figure that I might as well give it a go one day!

4. Bones

I've seen a few episodes of Bones here are there over the years, including the episode where (spoiler alert!) Sweets dies. Since it's the last season, and I love medical shows, I figure that I should actually watch it from beginning to end.

5. Freaks and Geeks

Speaking of Sweets, he started out on this show (I believe)! Once again, I've heard nothing but good things about this 90s show. The only bad thing is that it ended too soon!

6. New Girl

Again, another show I don't know too much about but have only heard good things. Zooey Deschanel is in this, so I suppose you can't go wrong?

7. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

I've seen the firsts few episodes of this musical CW show, and I've gotta say how impressed with it I am. It's hilarious and ridiculous and I can't wait to continue to watch!

8. Star Trek

I had to save the true best for last, right? I've only ever seen half of the first episode of the original Star Trek, and that was when my brother was in the hospital. It was his favorite series, so I figured that I would watch it while I was there with him, but then I fell asleep. (It was a long week, okay?) My eventual plan is to watch both the original and the Next Generation at some point when college isn't too busy.

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