I'm not sure either! I was reading the Primetimer forum for ER and in the rewatch thread so many people were saying they just started with season 2. Yes there were some clunky early episodes, but I think they quickly figured out what type of show they wanted and I haven't noticed any bad episodes after maybe the first 5-6. I had heard Love's Labor Lost was on a lost of "Best of" lists and it definitely lived up to it's hype. I was on edge the entire episode and it was a great showcase for Anthony Edwards who is easily the star of this season.
It's interesting watching this now and
Admittedly I am a list whore, if only to use them as a discovery tool for songs/TV shows/movies I might have missed, so for me, the more eclectic, the better. And they are great clickbait to get folks angry.
This list is predictable, aside from a few streaming-era obscurities in the 80-100 range, which is my problem with it. A very straight-American-white-male’s canon of TV comedy, which we’ve seen done ad nauseum. A few nods here and there to black sitcoms. Perfect for the Boomer-GenX Rolling Stone readership. I’d be much more interested in something more global. (Of course, people s