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One-Third Missing Word: TV Shows
Brilliant cigar-smoking detective with old car and trenchcoat (1968–2003)
Film star Vince Chase navigates Los Angeles with a close circle of friends and his agent (2004–2011)
A raw look at the LAPD with the curse words edited
The animated adventures of Wakko, Yakko and Dot
A forensics expert that is also a serial killer (2006–2013)
Adam West in the campiest of superhero shows (1966–1968)
The story of the young Clark Kent (2001–2011)
They thought they were like everyone else... until they woke with incredible abilities (2006-2010)
Joss Whedon's much loved space western drama (2002–2003)
My name's Friday, I carry a badge (1967-1970)
Two tribes battle each other while individuals search for immunity idols (2000– )
The story of Minnesota State football (1989–1997)
This may have been the anti-Cosby Show (1988–1997)
A bunch of New York cabbies trying to find different careers (1978–1983)
Oceanic Airlines Flight 815 crashes and the survivors end up on an island (2004–2010)
Candid camera with pranks for celebrities (2003–2012)
Bad boys, bad boys what you gonna do? (1989– )
A mortal marries a witch and battles his in-laws (1964–1972)
A boy genius and his comrades travel to different parallel universes, trying to find their way back home (1995–2000)
A girl moves from New York City to the suburbs (2011– )
Watson helps Holmes battle addiction and solve crimes
Can a show about a high school music club possibly be cool? (2009– )
She was Mary Richards' best friend before she moved back to New York (1974–1978)
All In The Family spin-off about a liberal independent woman living in Tuckahoe, NY (1972–1978)
The show that made Ken Jennings famous and led to Sporcle (1984– )
Jack Webb's show about paramedics (1972–1979)
The Cartwrights run the Ponderosa Ranch (1959–1973)
Marshall Matt Dillon in a show that started on the radio
Wheelchair-bound San Francisco detective (1967–1975)
Santa Barbara's detective agency with Shawn and Gus
A brilliant San Francisco detective with OCD (2002–2009)
HBO prison drama (1997–2003)
'The one with' six New Yorkers (1994–2004)
Neurotic New Yorkers in a show about nothing (1989–1998)
An arrogant Seattle psychiatrist with a radio show (1993–2004)
Attractive lifeguards run on the beach (1989–2001)
Joel McHale sitcom set in the fictional town of Greendale, Colorado (2009- )
Larry, his brother Darryl and his other brother Darryl hang out at a Vermont inn (1982–1990)
Cher says 'As if' and 'whatever' a lot in this terrible show from a wildly popular High School movie (1996–1999)
Pizza delivery boy gets surprise of his life when he wakes up 1000 years later (1999-2013)
Winchester brothers hunt monsters, demons and evil beings that roam the earth (2005- )
Boston bar where everybody knows your name (1982–1993)
'Kiss my grits' in Mel’s Diner (1976–1985)
Dr John Dorian works at the strange Sacred Heart Hospital (2001–2010)
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