I did the same thing with Dawson's Creek years ago. Waited til it was in syndication and then realized my devastating mistake. So glad Grey's Anatomy is not on that list. I sobbed last night. Sobbed. It's still my favorite show next to American Idol. I won't miss an episode and if I do it's tivoed for the next available couch sitting. I've been told to rent the entire series box set of Lost. Probably gonna regret missing that ban waggon too, but there's only so many hours I can (periodically) devote. Sorry.
On to more important things like The Hills. Heidi, Heidi, Heidi (sigh). I mean, why hasn't anyone noticed or commented on all of her plastic surgery? Are we to ignore this? She looks completely different than in season one. And the only thing remotely consistent is her super annoying, Beavis look-a-like, 'I'm so great,' slithery boyfriend who cast some sorta spell on her years back. I really, really hate this show, but what can I say? I'm hooked. They lured me in and it's just too late.
Umm, what else? ..OH! How could I forget...John and Kate Plus Eight. Now here's a show Jon will actually watch with me unlike the above mentioned. I think it's the 'awe' factor. The show is good. Don't get me wrong. But I'm pretty sure the reason it's so popular is due to the fact that whoever watches it is immediately thankful they're not responsible for all of those children. (Sounds harsh I know, but you've gotta admit there's some truth behind that.) Please don't take this the wrong way. They are absolutely precious and undoubtedly all unique gifts from God, but come on. Other than Octomom does anyone say, "I really hope I have sextuplets. That would be fantastic" ?