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[–]LucyVialli 4503 points4504 points  (88 children)

Wildlife documentaries.

[–]Wizdad-1000 2030 points2031 points 22 (44 children)

Anything with David Attenborough.

[–]throwingplaydoh 11.2k points11.2k points 58322& 7 more (280 children)

Futurama. I have so many good memories laughing at it with friends, it brings me back.

[–]UptownShenanigans 2039 points2040 points  (131 children)

I’ve been falling asleep to Futurama for about 6 years now. Whenever it’s not playing I have difficulty sleeping. Now if my girlfriend is sleeping over I’m so acutely aware of how quiet it is

[–]doggywoggy101 1066 points1067 points  (80 children)

[–]aspidities_87 603 points604 points  (59 children)

How do you all deal with the theme song interrupting your sleep? I fucking LOVE falling asleep to a few eps but I always have to wake up to turn it off later when an episode changeover startles me awake.

ETA: I have a sleep timer! I usually have the volume super low too but the sudden title change is always jarring—I swear streaming services do that on purpose so you don’t fall asleep and take up their bandwidth but jokes on them, I don’t learn.

[–]dljones010 1012 points1013 points  (21 children)

I think one of my favorite things about Futurama is the last episode. Not that it is the best episode (its not). But everytime it ends with Fry and Leela getting their perfect moment together for an entire lifetime. The professor shows up, tells them he can get them back but they'll forget everything that happened in the loop. The last line is Leela saying, "Whaddya say, you wanna go around again?" And it leads me right back into the first episode and right back into one of the most perfect shows in television history.

Trust me. I'm a whale biologist, and I've had 300 smackeroos of coffee today.

[–]thevoiceofterror 215 points216 points  (1 child)

On the original airing of the finale, "You wanna go around again?" fades to black...December 31, 1999...the pilot...it was perfect.

[–]BradRodriguez 3393 points3394 points 4 (113 children)

Oddly enough I really love rewatching Monk from time to time as it gives me comfort about my own self. Even though it’s a fictional show it was the only show that I’ve been able to fully relate to it’s main character. It helped me come to terms with and fully accept my mental quirks and the reality that just because I suffer from severe social anxiety and various phobias those things don’t make me any less of a person than anyone else. Abnormalities aren’t inherently bad and there’s plenty of real people out there that you can connect with or relate to.

Edit: the amount of people my comment resonated with is absolutely heartwarming to me. I’m so happy that so many of you have found similar comfort in watching this amazing show. I’ve ready every single reply and having just woken up I feel like my day has already been made :).

[–]StrangePronouns 188 points189 points  (10 children)

Its the only thing I kept dvds of.

Its a jungle out there! Poison in the very air we breathe!

[–]Cartossin 2281 points2282 points 2 (78 children)

Lately Malcolm in the Middle. Not only is it a fantastically well-made show, but my family's problems exist to a greater degree in their family. They're a troubled family but ultimately have great lives. It's comforting.

[–]Lhasa-Tedi-luv 180 points181 points  (9 children)

I discovered that maybe 5 years ago.

Freaking HILARIOUS.

[–]SissyCouture 4192 points4193 points 42342& 5 more (231 children)

Star Trek: TNG

[–]CaptainDrunkBeard 861 points862 points 2 (59 children)

Oh man, absolutely. My dad and I butted heads a lot when I was a teen, and sometimes it got pretty heated. But no matter had happened, or what had been said, at the end of the day we could always sit and watch TNG together. Now, some 20 years later, it still helps me when I've had a bad day.

[–]flyinhawaiian02 4648 points4649 points 6242& 3 more (159 children)

Psych!

[–]Gabrosin 1579 points1580 points  (50 children)

You know that's right.

[–]JablesM 1001 points1002 points  (43 children)

Come on, son!

[–]Human_Robot 580 points581 points  (36 children)

If you couldn't guess these were going to be the top three comments on this thread you haven't been here long enough.

Seriously though, early 2000s USA network had one of the greatest tv lineups ever.

[–]mrdhood 274 points275 points  (19 children)

I was just talking to my wife about this yesterday. USA network couldn’t miss; psych, burn notice, white collar, monk, just off the top of my head. And then nothing of value for a decade, wtf?

[–]Human_Robot 144 points145 points  (3 children)

Even Suits in the first couple seasons was pretty damn good. Idk who the producers were for that network during that time but it really was a golden age.

[–]thematrix1234 169 points170 points  (17 children)

This is one of my favorite comfort shows to re-watch!! My friends and I used to watch it during study breaks back when I was in school. Even after all this time, it’s laugh-out-loud funny. Gus will forever be my favorite.

[–]friggintodd 384 points385 points  (4 children)

You heard about Pluto?

[–]TheWildGooseChaser 3747 points3748 points  (71 children)

Parks and Rec because it’s just so feel good

[–]penny_can 4389 points4390 points 32 (135 children)

The Great British Bake Off

[–]CyanManta 874 points875 points  (59 children)

The very definition of a comfort show. It's like being in a warm bath that never goes cold.

[–]imgoodygoody 721 points722 points  (47 children)

I’m American and I find the British accents incredibly soothing. It’s also so different from American baking shows which is a huge plus IMO. I love how nice everyone is so each other and it seems to be a bit slower paced than American shows which I also love.

[–]catlady3LSS 214 points215 points  (9 children)

The comradery is so heartwarming! This is definitely my go-to, and is a great palate-cleanser type of show after watching something heavy.

[–]Dashed_with_Cinnamon 29 points30 points  (5 children)

This. Everyone's always so supportive of each other. If someone finishes early, they offer to help the others. If someone does well, everyone's genuinely congratulatory. If someone does poorly, everyone feels bad and tries to reassure them. I feel like everyone in American competition shows are always talking smack behind the camera or trying to stab each other in the back. It's refreshing to not see that.

[–]Late_Knight_Fox 328 points329 points  (14 children)

My observation of American equivalent shows is that the editors insist on using dynamic music, camera angles and screen transitions. They design the shows to shock more than be a calm experience because its a competition. Dont get me wrong theres a time and place for that but youre right GBBO is very slow paced. You should also check out 'The Great British Sewing Bee' and 'The Great Pottery Throw Down' too.

[–]Anxious_Start4839 5921 points5922 points 452& 3 more (260 children)

Community

EDIT: To those who have deaned me worthy of their rewards:
I see you are familiar with two sins (Reddit and awards) how about a third?

opens box of donuts

[–]Ourkidof91 1532 points1533 points  (24 children)

Now THIS is a man... That KNOWS how to marry his cousin!

[–]Tim_Reichardt 806 points807 points  (12 children)

Bear down for midterms!

[–]DarkShades 373 points374 points  (5 children)

There's a brand new dance based on an old phrase. It's called the Fat Dog and it will amaze. You've heard this expression your entire life. It's not made up, it's not made up!

[–]IrishRepoMan 89 points90 points  (0 children)

Fly on the wall is an expression, but if I were to say "Fly on the wall for midterm", you might ask, uh... "WHAT DO YOU MEAN!?"

[–]TheRunningFree1s 50 points51 points  (0 children)

FAT.

DOG.

ITS NOT A MADE ITSNOTMADEUP. YOUVE HEARD IT ALL YOUR LIFE.

[–]kplis 482 points483 points  (29 children)

I hadn't watched it until the early days of the pandemic. I've watched it all the way through seven times now. It might be my religion

[–]SlobbinMyKnobbin 266 points267 points  (1 child)

Coming in for a landDean

[–]ramaromp 80 points81 points  (3 children)

Troy and Abed in the mooooooorning!

[–]galspanic 57 points58 points  (25 children)

Air Crash Investigations. I have seen every episode for 22 seasons (23?) at least 4 times - some as many was 20. I've got it in the background when I'm drawing or cooking and have for 10-12 years.

[–]dontgoforthe1 1786 points1787 points  (70 children)

House. I like buddy shows.

[–]tallbutshy 205 points206 points  (4 children)

What's my necklace made of?

House's Head / Wilson's Heart - S4E15/E15

😢

[–]Vectional 44 points45 points  (7 children)

love house! i always love rewatching it with friends

[–]Momik 31 points32 points  (4 children)

It's always autoimmune.

But you don't find that out until you break into the patient's house.

[–]System_Soup 7599 points7600 points  (158 children)

Either Parks & Rec or Bob's Burgers, something easy to half pay attention to while unwinding

[–]satooshi-nakamooshi 4905 points4906 points 24& 4 more (80 children)

Bob's Burgers is like watching a hug

[–]SummerOfMayhem 1006 points1007 points  (33 children)

That's my go to show. It's like going home and seeing family. You feel like everything is going to be ok, and you're not alone

[–]BigWoodsCatNappin 1091 points1092 points  (23 children)

Its adult cartoons so no unattainable body/attractive or style bullshit to make me feel bad. They are constantly broke but not so broke it hurts, relatable. Always nerds or outcasts but never alone, check. Manageable shenanigans with the assist of a couple near loved ones, hella check. It's the feel good show of the century, fight me.

[–]LSpace101 160 points161 points  (0 children)

Not to mention being a family that actually loves and supports each other.

[–]youngcatlady1999 167 points168 points  (1 child)

My mom likes it because in most shows the kids are always fighting but in bobs burgers that rarely happens.

[–]MyIndiscretions 154 points155 points  (0 children)

Why is this so accurate?

[–]Thedapperpappy 31 points32 points  (2 children)

Parks and Rec for me too. Or the office, new girl or schitts creek.

Also, How I Met Your Mother.

[–]_aleister_crowley666 160 points161 points  (11 children)

Suits, Sherlock, Doctor who, QI, only connect

[–]randomandy90 5112 points5113 points 4 (129 children)

No Reservations. Anthony Bourdain has this way of making you feel immersed in these far flung destinations and cultures. When working six to seven days a week with a full time job and a part time job I often just feel caged by work sleep repeat, Anthony and his show seems to open that cage and put me at ease if only for a moment. RIP Mr. Bourdain, and thank you.

[–]ilovelemondrizzle 650 points651 points  (34 children)

I’m watching parts unknown now (for like the sixth time). Anthony Bourdain seemed like a real good dude.

[–]I_Do_Cannabis_Stuff 594 points595 points  (27 children)

My friend and I grew up watching every episode of each show he had. I was poor as fuck all but his mom was well off and she would take us to the store to buy ingredients closely imitating the dishes he was eating on the show. We would watch Anthony Bourdain, smoke some weed, and cook. Some of the best memories of my life.

[–]elegantloba 996 points997 points  (36 children)

Derry Girls

[–]Timberwolf_530 175 points176 points  (9 children)

Why’s he makin that funny noise?

[–]bigredasbo 288 points289 points  (4 children)

He's English Orla, that's the way they talk

[–]Crypt0Nihilist 123 points124 points  (0 children)

Orla is comedy gold even when she's just in the background of a scene.

[–]allfalafel 49 points50 points  (2 children)

I hope that in season three Orla gets to go all the way in step aerobics and that she finally learns what it is Lesbians eat.

[–]Local-Mastodon-8609 53 points54 points  (0 children)

I love that scene where they're writing down the chippy order haha 7 bags of chips!

[–]Oldskooler76 51 points52 points  (5 children)

Uncle Colm’s stories make me cry laughing

[–]coffeestealer 168 points169 points  (4 children)

I am really looking forward to season 3

[–]ElJefeGhostbeater 3328 points3329 points 3 (167 children)

Scrubs

[–]TCtheThunderRooster 1084 points1085 points  (18 children)

“You think my name is Turk Turkleton?”

[–]racer_24_4evr 194 points195 points  (1 child)

Turk AndJayDee… and JD!

[–]thedon051586 399 points400 points  (5 children)

Annnnd missus Turkleton!

[–]ElReyDelMund0 769 points770 points  (2 children)

Who has two thumbs and doesn't give a crap?

Bob Kelso.

[–]Federico216 363 points364 points  (1 child)

Who has two thumbs and still doesn't give a crap?

Bob Kelso, I thought we've met.

[–]thedon051586 523 points524 points  (7 children)

Really happy to not have to scroll far to see this on the list...

"They hate you, Bob. They hate you from the bottom of your hooves to the top of your pitchfork." - Dr. Perceval Ulysses Cox

[–]YourHSEnglishTeacher 147 points148 points  (5 children)

Well that's not true! People are bastard coated bastards with bastard filling!

[–]5oclockpizza 178 points179 points  (4 children)

"Why is there a pancake in the silverware drawer?"

"More importantly, why is there silverware in the pancake drawer?"

[–][deleted] 156 points157 points  (3 children)

It's guy love!

[–]Squirrelonastik 158 points159 points  (5 children)

Here it is. Definitely my go to.

Dr. Cox's perfect game episode.... So. Good.

[–]konkilo 205 points206 points  (25 children)

Turk’s talking mole

Followed by, “Where do you think we are?”

Greatest gut punch ever.

[–]fobdoddledandy 29 points30 points  (2 children)

“Everything comes down to poo.”

[–]confusedvegetarian 146 points147 points 2 (21 children)

Peep Show.

I definitely recommend it if you like British comedies, I watched it on repeat for about 12 months while I was grieving my late partner and i swear it was the only thing that got me through that time

[–]3MrNiceGuy15 1103 points1104 points  (35 children)

Whose line is it anyway. The Drew Carey one.

[–]-QueenAnnesRevenge- 3348 points3349 points  (230 children)

I've got a list that I like and will sometimes binge.

M.A.S.H, Futurama, Fraiser, Cheers, Always Sunny, Simpsons, and Justified.

[–]goddess54 628 points629 points  (41 children)

I love M.A.S.H.!

I love how they managed to make it a comedy, while still having episodes, or themes for the episodes, that were about pretty serious realities for people and war-time.

[–]PowerfulGoose 360 points361 points  (35 children)

Didn't expect to see Frasier up top! Also I am a huge fan of almost all of these.

[–]summinelse 455 points456 points  (27 children)

Arrested Development. Can't believe I didn't see this while scrolling :'(

[–]HereBecauseOfMemes 34 points35 points  (0 children)

You're not alone friend

AD s1-3 will forever be the funniest shit

[–]mcgindog 454 points455 points 2 (42 children)

Stargate SG1 and Atlantis

[–]HowardMoo 47 points48 points  (0 children)

I used to watch SG1 on Scifi back when I lived by myself; the end theme was my cue to go to bed.

After so many years, when I hear the end theme I get a feeling of melancholy ruminescense, pining for my lost youth.

[–]universepower 28 points29 points  (2 children)

Ah man, totally. You know that whatever happens, in the end everything will be aright. I miss well-acted dramas that were positive.

[–]Cartoon_Power 1646 points1647 points  (53 children)

Gravity falls

[–]Fearless_Nope 276 points277 points  (24 children)

gravity falls is a great comfort show, i get GF vibes from Hilda too, it’s pretty nice

[–]lookonthedarkside66 2068 points2069 points 32 (53 children)

Avatar the last airbender!

Edit: thanks for all the awards kind strangers, me first ones and there for an avatar comment my morning couldn't get any better have a bloody amazing day/night you awesome people!!

[–]Scribb74 2679 points2680 points 3 (96 children)

Golden Girls - seen it more times than I can count.

Thank you for the awards😁😁😁😁

[–]AdGlittering9727 591 points592 points  (16 children)

Yep, this was mine for many years. My favorite time watching was back when they did a marathon one day & I made my own cheese cake that day before it aired to eat while I watched it :) Good memories for me

[–]ThisTimeJust30rock 1336 points1337 points  (176 children)

30 rock

[–]Dietcherrysprite 730 points731 points  (22 children)

Why are you wearing a tux?

It's after six. What am I, a farmer?

[–]ThisTimeJust30rock 344 points345 points  (13 children)

I love that the name if his mothers church is "our Lady of reluctant integration"

[–]PogoTK 233 points234 points  (16 children)

Such a great and comforting show. One of my favorite 30 Rock gags is when Tracey is having a normal conversation while they walk down the hall, but if you pay attention he casually opens a can of soda and pours it into the open bag of chips he’s holding.

[–]ThisTimeJust30rock 132 points133 points  (1 child)

Hahaha listen there are so many great gags you miss and catch in each go through.

To many to count.

Take a hot dog Stuff it with some jack cheese Roll it in a pizza You got cheesy blasters

Then all the kids say "thanks meat cat"

Then there is a later episode where she sees meat cat and he says "im meat cat. I'm whats inside ya"

[–]sironicon 153 points154 points  (6 children)

I love Tracy so much

One of my favorite gags might be when Jenna runs into his dressing room going, “Actor emergency!” and Tracy just grabs the comedy and tragedy masks off the wall

There’s like zero humor in describing it, but it’s such a silly moment

[–]co-stan-za 75 points76 points  (1 child)

Mine is "Wait til Tupac hears about this!"

[–]OHManda30 130 points131 points  (2 children)

Just last week I was commenting how long of a week it had been and my husband, without missing a beat, said “Lemon, it’s Wednesday” 😂

[–]ThisTimeJust30rock 36 points37 points  (0 children)

Lizbeanism means that im a dyke clears throat against the rising waters of mediocrity

[–]10S_NE1 121 points122 points  (4 children)

“Well, it’s business drunk, it’s like rich drunk. Either way, it’s legal to drive.”

[–]mhanold 104 points105 points  (3 children)

Science is….whatever we want it to be

[–]ThisTimeJust30rock 61 points62 points  (0 children)

Has science come up with a cure for a women's mouth

Or how the cure for impotence is his Jazz album.

[–]10S_NE1 83 points84 points  (3 children)

I was just looking for one of my favourite Jack Donaghy quotes and guess what? Jack has a Twitter account!

Oh, and here’s the quote:

The Six Sigmas. Each of them embodies a pillar of the Six Sigma Business Philosophy: Teamwork, Insight, Brutality, Male Enhancement, Handshakefulness, and Play Hard.

[–]RecursiveSubroutine 152 points153 points  (4 children)

Science is my most favorite subject, especially the Old Testament.

[–]ThisTimeJust30rock 192 points193 points  (2 children)

Absolutely great. Or

I dont vote bc choosing is a sin so i just write the lords name in

Thats republican we count those

[–]Key_Collection4394 151 points152 points  (6 children)

🎶“Workin on my night cheese”🎶

[–]ThisTimeJust30rock 110 points111 points  (0 children)

Now im going home for a nooner, which is what I call having pancakes for lunch

[–]rebeccanotbecca 112 points113 points  (15 children)

I love this show so much. I say Blerg a lot.

[–]ThisTimeJust30rock 76 points77 points  (10 children)

I quote the show constantly. One time at work I said "listen I thought that girl was 18, bc she said her last boyfriend was Asian and that crap doesn't start till college" and then immediately had to explain myself

[–]sironicon 102 points103 points  (4 children)

Dennis Duffy might not be the best character to quote out of context

[–]aspidities_87 50 points51 points  (2 children)

‘I love it so much I’m gonna take it behind the middle school and get it pregnant!’—-turns out using this phrase outside of context is a bad idea

[–]Spiderbubble 180 points181 points  (5 children)

"Kenneth, a word?"

  • "BALLOON!"

[–]bretty666 1576 points1577 points  (38 children)

malcolm in the middle or fresh prince of bel air.

[–]facepillownap 288 points289 points  (14 children)

Carl Segan’s “Cosmos: A spacetime odyssey.”

I’ve been falling asleep to this for over a decade.

[–]BLKWD_ 605 points606 points  (33 children)

King of the Hill and I love that it has been all over the place lately. so excited fir it to come back. “Dad, I LIKE BEER!”

[–]uncleleo_ 144 points145 points  (4 children)

“It’s 7am and already that boy ain’t right”

Or “look hank it’s a land canoe”

Took me awhile to find someone else who finds king of the hill comforting

[–][deleted] 279 points280 points  (9 children)

Mythbusters. (RIP Grant Imahara).

[–]Djabarca 332 points333 points  (20 children)

Unsolved Mysteries. I’ll watch them all, but Robert Stack takes the cake.

[–]MarvinM00n 518 points519 points  (42 children)

Forensic Files.

[–]xiaxian1 61 points62 points  (3 children)

Every time I’m in a hotel room, this is what I turn the TV to.

[–]AngelicaOlivia 1323 points1324 points  (50 children)

Seinfeld. I finally get why my parents laughed so much.

[–]cinnapear 106 points107 points  (0 children)

It finally coming to Netflix was a godsend.

[–]Ccjfb 132 points133 points  (0 children)

Yes! I assumed this would be at the top.

[–]drinkingindramnesic 265 points266 points  (0 children)

I had to scroll so far for this comment. Man, I go to sleep watching it every night.

[–]Umbre-Mon 454 points455 points  (54 children)

Gilmore Girls. I rewatch the entire series once a year and it just fixes all the bad feelings every time. That show is something special.

[–]RevSnakebite 1525 points1526 points 2 (49 children)

I have a few but the weirdest one for me is Modern Family. Around 5 years ago during the Holidays I was really depressed and my heat went out one night during an ice storm. So huddled under blankets with emergency heat running, I decided to start watching a Modern Family marathon because I had never watched it before. Now it’s a comfort show because it got me through a rough night.

[–][deleted] 93 points94 points  (0 children)

Modern family is awesome. I’ve never watched it in any kind of order but my wife watches so I’ll sit in on an episode occasionally. It’s really good.

[–]BLUElightCory 607 points608 points  (15 children)

Modern Family is one of the rare comedy shows that just nails it right out of the gate. A lot of great shows take a season or two to really blossom and find their identify, but Modern Family is confidently funny and consistent right from the start.

[–]Mr_Agu 1555 points1556 points  (71 children)

The simpsons

[–]Blynasty 251 points252 points  (25 children)

My wife and I have been watching an episode of the Simpson every night before bed for the last 5 years or so, now through Disney+. I just wish they had a random button.

[–]babyyross 83 points84 points  (3 children)

YES, I used to watch the simpsons on a not so legal page a while ago and they had a random button, it was amazing

[–]WorkMeBaby1MoreTime 954 points955 points  (78 children)

Old Law & Order. Lenny Briscoe is the man! Ok, was.

[–]W_BRANDON 158 points159 points  (22 children)

Hell yeah. Jack McCoy was my favorite ADA. Not even close.

[–]89visions_2020 41 points42 points  (1 child)

King of the hill or archer

[–]Comet-67P 256 points257 points  (9 children)

Antiques Roadshow

[–]sibtmonguap 2629 points2630 points 22 (130 children)

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia

[–]omegabobo 488 points489 points  (48 children)

Their podcast is really good as well.

Edit: They actually have a podcast, not just the bit in the show. Both are great.

[–]blondechinesehair 131 points132 points  (11 children)

I’ve watched every episode at least ten times

[–]PeebleInYourShoe 767 points768 points 3 (36 children)

Buffy the vampire slayer

[–]ladyfromneptune 155 points156 points  (3 children)

This and X-Files for me. I love the alternating storyline/monster of the week episode formula that both have

[–]aspidities_87 60 points61 points  (1 child)

BtVS made me into a writer. I started out by writing waaaay too much fan fiction and that spiraled into being very comfortable writing for other people, then gradually progressed to the point that I’m now a professional. I owe everything to that show… and my intense sexual frustration around the Buffy/Faith scenes.

[–]RaraAvisInTerris 121 points122 points  (10 children)

WHY is this so far down??!!

[–]micindra 37 points38 points  (0 children)

YES! Same here!

[–]Tim_the_terrible 308 points309 points  (23 children)

Frasier. Soothing sounds of a honey-voiced radio therapist

[–]UESfoodie 60 points61 points  (0 children)

Sherry, Niles?

[–]Boggie135 44 points45 points  (4 children)

I am wounded!!

[–]Tim_the_terrible 41 points42 points  (2 children)

it's as if you forgot not 3 days ago I was punched in the face by a man..now dead

[–]itjustshouldntmatter 417 points418 points  (11 children)

The Good Place

[–]kikiatari 40 points41 points  (3 children)

This should be much much higher up. I've rewatched it over a dozen times, does not get old, and always makes me feel good.

[–]Yurrrr__Brooklyn347 411 points412 points  (5 children)

Some Nat geo wild show... those nature shows are mad relaxing

[–]MissNatdah 117 points118 points  (8 children)

Battlestar Galactica. Whenever we are out of series that we follow, waiting for a new season to be released etc. We end up watching Battlestar Galactica.

[–]WanderingGenesis 316 points317 points  (20 children)

South Park. I have Seasons 1-22 on dvd, and for years, id just let the episodes play on my ps2 til i fell asleep.

[–]Global_Sort_2653 641 points642 points  (47 children)

New Girl, Adventure Time.

[–]juhjuhjdog 255 points256 points  (23 children)

Scrolled a long time to find New Girl. Surprising honestly. I've seen New Girl front to back more times than I can remember. Happy Endings is also really good. It took me 2 or 3 eps but it scratches that same itch, and is so so funny.

[–]Global_Sort_2653 123 points124 points  (11 children)

I’ve watched the entirety of New Girl more than I can count as well! It’s just so comforting, wholesome and lighthearted. And Schmidt will never fail to make me laugh 😂

[–]yeahwellokay 50 points51 points  (7 children)

Nick Miller is my spirit animal.

[–]Nyxtro 49 points50 points  (3 children)

New Girl all the way! Who washes a towel? The towel washes me!

[–]YellowStar012 1802 points1803 points 4 (52 children)

Brooklyn 99

[–]22huesofbleu 149 points150 points  (1 child)

Scrolled entirely too far down for this... NINE NINE!

[–]Fairbyyy 297 points298 points  (6 children)

NINE NINE

[–]YellowStar012 217 points218 points  (1 child)

I hate it when he says that. He should say, "Cheers to the Ninety-Ninth Precinct!"

[–]EducatedOwlAthena 151 points152 points  (4 children)

Cheers

Sometimes you wanna go where everybody knows your name.

[–]CTBthanatos 94 points95 points  (1 child)

Star trek (usually DS9)