Final Goodbye: Last Season of Two and a Half Men

There are only a few “sitcoms” these days can make you laugh. Two and a Half Men is or was one of them (depending on how you feel about the replacement of the main character).

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Alan, Charlie and Jake
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The show started off with Charlie Sheen (as Charlie Harper), Jon Cryer (Alan Harper, who plays Charlie’s brother), and Angus Jones (as Jake Harper, who plays Alan’s son) as its three main characters.

In 2011, Charlie Sheen was fired from the show; his character was killed off and was replaced by Ashton Kutcher (who plays a billionaire named Walden Schmidt).

The show has finally entered its last season, after 11 years of run.

Plot summary:

Charlie is a rich womanizing alcoholic who lives with his divorced brother Alan and his son Jake. Alan is a chiropractic, who doesn’t earn enough to support himself, which is why he lives with Charlie.

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Jake, Walden, and Alan.
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When Charlie dies, Alan places his house on the market to be sold. When he is seen talking to the ashes of Charlie, Walden–who is upset for going through a divorce–appears to be attempting suicide. Alan saves him and they end up becoming friends. Walden buys Charlie’s house and allows Alan to live with him in it.


Even though there isn’t much to the story of the show, the show’s appeal lies in the spontaneity of its characters. Charlie’s shameless womanizing and refusal of monogamy and impulsive behavior makes it more entertaining than you think. It’s certainly not a show you can watch with your family, but it’s definitely worth watching with your friends or even by yourself.

Many people would argue that Charlie Sheen was the life of the show, and I wouldn’t disagree. But considering other sitcoms these days that shouldn’t even be called sitcoms because they lack all the qualities that are needed a sitcom (take any sitcom from ABC Family for example). The show is still funny with Ashton Kutcher in it, but it’s probably not the same as it was with Charlie Sheen.

After bringing 11 years of laughter, I guess it is the right time to say good bye to the show.

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Pretty Little Liars

The four main characters, Spencer, Aria, Emily and Hannah (in the back). Photo credit:

The four main characters, Spencer, Aria, Emily and Hannah (in the back).
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Many people love to hate on female-oriented shows, but they fail to realize that these shows can be just as awesome as any macho, male-oriented shows. A prime example of that is PRETTY LITTLE LIARS. The show has earned its popularity since the beginning.

Here’s why it’s worth watching:

One word: Suspense. If you’ve been reading my blog, you probably know by now that I LOVE SUSPENSE. And Pretty Little Liars is filled with it. The show has huge audience, and it’s not just female. Many males wouldn’t like to admit that they watch it since it’s not macho enough, but they still can’t resist it.


The story mainly revolves around five female highschoolers: Aria, Emily, Spencer, Hannah, and Alison. The show is based in the fictional town of Rosewood where all the girls live and go to high school. Alison is shown as a popular girl and a bully in her school who manipulates people, including her own friends.

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The show began with Alison going missing and then being found dead. It was suspected that one of the people that were bullied by her, may have killed her. While her murder is being investigated, her friends (Emily, Aria, Spencer, Alison) are being harassed by character(s) named “A“. It is not clear whether A is one person or multiple people, but it is suspected that it is a team of people, probably consisted of those who were bullied by Alison. Several supporting characters on the show have also been killed off by A. A has not only been harassing the girls and making them do things that would get them into trouble, but from time to time it also threatens to, and almost kills them.

In the most recent season, Alison has been revealed to be alive. She reappears on the show but hasn’t told anyone what really happened to her. So far she has made up multiple stories, as to what happened but haven’t revealed the truth.

Due to her lying and obscure attitude, it is suspected that she might be A, who has been playing a victim all along but might actually be the culprit.

Although the show can sometimes be predictable, it is still worth your while, because each season it brings at least one huge surprise. It is a treat for suspense lovers.

The show’s sixth season will premiere on June 2015.

NEXT WEEK: Final Goodbye: Last Season of Two and a Half Men

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Five Reasons Why TV is Better than Netflix

It’s no secret that the popularity of TV has gone down in the past few years, mostly due to the rise of online resources, such as Netflix. Many young people like to watch their shows on Netflix rather than TV, which makes sense, because that way they can watch the whole season of the show whenever and wherever they want, all in one go. But, Netflix is not always better than TV, and here are a few reasons why:

The glory of TV allows you to watch it from far (save your eyes) and watch anything you want with just a click of a button. Photo credit:

The glory of TV allows you to watch it from far (and save your eyes), and watch anything you want with just a click of a button.
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  1. Netflix doesn’t have all the shows. If you love watching shows like The Big Bang Theory or even NCIS, and you want to watch it on Netflix? Well, guess what? You can’t, because they don’t have them.
  2. Netflix doesn’t have the most recent episodes of ANY of the shows. This summer, I missed a season finale of my most favorite show, I thought, oh, maybe I can watch it on Netflix (I was unfamiliar with how it works, my bad). Anyways, I still haven’t watched the most important episode of my most favorite show; it has been three months.
  3. TV has more variety than Netflix. It has more shows that you can watch, and need I say again that you can see the most recent episodes of your shows on TV right away, or even a little later (with the help of DVR, of course).
  4. The Surprise factor: On Netflix, you can watch “some” of your favorite shows whenever you want, but that’s not as fun as being surprised that your favorite show on TV is on.
  5. TV has a bigger screen. It makes it at least five times more fun to watch you favorite show, without having to go through the hassle of connecting a cord each time, which is what you would have to do if you wanted to watch Netflix on a TV screen.

Next Week: Pretty Little Liars

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Many of you are probably familiar with the MTV show Catfish. It’s probably one of their few shows that doesn’t go into the garbage category.

About the show:

Catfish is a show that features people who engage in online relationships. Each of these people are in an online relationship with another person, but they haven’t seen the person yet. And that is why they contact the host Nev Schulman to help them meet this person. In most of these stories, the person on the other side turns out to be fake, which means they are either a different sex, or just a completely different person than what they portrayed themselves to be. Most of the people who are pretending to be someone else, do not want to meet the person they are talking to online, which is why the other person contacts Nev to find out who they really are.

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Catfish host, Nev Schulman
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The show’s interesting concept is a major plus, especially compared to other shows that are aired on MTV. Here are two main reasons why the show is popular:

  • Drama: Who doesn’t love drama? And don’t just say girls, because in my experience, many guys love it just as much. Anyways, getting back to the point, the show is full of drama, which is what the audience love about it.
  • Curiosity about online relationships: No matter how much people try to assert that online relationships are terrible blah blah blah, they still love to watch the show. It brings out “some” part of the reality of the online world.


Despite its interesting concept, the show also has loopholes.  Here is a list:

  • How do these people agree on revealing themselves on TV, when they don’t want to reveal themselves in real life to the person they are in a relationship with? Not to mention that many of them have done terrible things, but they seem to be okay revealing themselves to the whole world on TV, rather than just revealing themselves just to one person.
  • Should these type of things even be shown on TV? Isn’t that supposed to be a personal matter between the parties involved?
  • The show’s credibility has also been questioned by many. Some people have accused it to be scripted, even a participant I came across on Twitter have said that the show is scripted. If it’s true then what’s the point?

It’s not a bad show to watch, especially if you love drama, but just as they say “don’t believe everything you read on the web.” This applies to reality TV as well.

Next Week: Five Reasons why TV is Better than Netflix

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Reality Shows You Shouldn’t Miss!

Reality shows are not everyone’s cup of tea; mostly because a lot of what is shown in them is not real, it is scripted. But there are certain shows that are less scripted than others, which brings out their original essence. Here are my three picks:

The Voice:

Known for its unique blind auditions, the show not only provides great music through its extraordinarily talented contestants, but it also provides great entertainment through the chemistry between its judges. Looking through people’s comments on different social media sites, it’s clear that I am not the only person who likes the show mostly because of its coaches. The current coaches are Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams. The “rivalry” and “bromance” of Blake Shelton  and Adam Levine keeps the viewers hooked to the show. Blake has such an amazingly adorable sense of humor that he could make a good stand-up comedian.

Some parts of the show’s format change every season, but the blind auditions always stay the same. During these auditions, the coaches have their backs toward the contestants so they can’t see them. Each contestant comes on the stage and performs, and if the coaches end up liking a performance they would push their button which then turns their chair around toward the contestant, before the end of the performance.

The only weakness of The Voice is that it hasn’t yet been able to produce a breakout star like Carrie Underwood from American Idol, but that doesn’t make the show lose its credibility.

The Voice currently has 12,541,903 fans on Facebook, whereas American Idol has 12,396,302 and X-factor has only 8,955,388  fans. I think that speaks volumes in terms of shows popularity.

Shark Tank:

Although Shark Tank is much different than The Voice, it is still kind of like an entertainment show. I have seen Art majors, who have little knowledge outside the world of arts, watch it. Although it is purely business- and entrepreneurship-based, it engages even the viewers that are not interested in either of these things.

The show has five “sharks”, which are successful investors, in each season. Entrepreneurs make pitches in front of these sharks to get one of them interested to invest in their business idea. This season’s sharks are: Mark Cuban, Kevin O’Leary, Lori Greiner, Robert Herjavec, Barbara Corcoran.

Mark and Kevin are the tough guys on the show; they are blunt to the extent of being rude. The ladies on the show are typically more soft spoken and nice about their opinions to other people. The show’s appeal lies in the unique business ideas that people present as well as the sharks’ personalities and chemistry.

What seems like a show for business people, also appeals to a wide variety of non-business audience.

The Challenge:

I have a serious issue with a majority of MTV shows because of their trashiness. But The Challenge is one of the few exceptions. Although it is a product of trashy shows, the show itself is actually very entertaining.

The show is based on the alumni of the shows “The Real World” and “Road Rules”. Each season of the show has a slightly different format than others. Typically cast members are divided into teams, except for the last season, where contestants were “free agents”, which means they didn’t have to partner up with one specific person for the whole season. Each episode has a challenge, one guy and one girl would win the challenge which means they can’t be eliminated. The show’s contestants send two people, a guy and a girl, into the elimination rounds where they have to participate in another challenge to save themselves from elimination. All the contestants attend the elimination round and have to flip a card in front of them, if they have a “kill card”, that means they will have to compete against the contestant that was already sent in to the elimination round. The two people that win the elimination challenge end up staying in the house; while the other two have to leave. In the final round of the show, there are typically 6 people who then compete for the final three monetary prizes.

The show’s appeal lies in all the drama that goes on and the contestant’s rivalry with each other. The challenges are also a lot of fun to watch. It is a perfect show for those who love suspense and drama.

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How to Get Away with Murder

Many people complain that today’s TV shows are not as good as they used to be, like everything else. A few weeks ago, I discovered a new show because it was advertised so heavily. Normally I don’t pay attention to any kind of advertisement, but this one caught my attention, mostly because of its name. It’s called How to get away with murder.

If you are as unfamiliar with law school as I was, then prior to watching the show, you wouldn’t be able to guess what the show is about.

From Left to Right: Asher, Rebecca, Wes, Laurel, Michaela, Connor, Nate, Bonnie and Frank. Up front: Annalise Keating Photo credit: Huffington Post

From Left to Right: Asher, Rebecca, Wes, Laurel, Michaela, Connor, Nate, Bonnie and Frank. Up front: Annalise Keating
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About the show:

The main character of the show is a law professor and a defense attorney, Annalise Keating, who teaches a law class in one of the most prestigious law schools in the country. Every year she picks the best students in class to work with her on a real case. This year’s picks are Wes Gibbins, Connor Walsh, Michaela Pratt, Asher Millstone and Laurel Castillo.

The five students work with her in each episode on a different case, but each episode also shows flashforward. The flashforward mostly deals with four of Annalise’s students Connor, Laurel, Michaela and Wes, who seemingly killed Annalise’s husband, Sam Keating. They tried to get rid of the body, and are also trying to run away from the police. The only student who is not a part of the whole plan is Asher, and it is yet to be revealed why?

The remaining characters include, Annalise’s two assistants Bonnie Winterbottom and Frank Delfino, a suspect in one of the cases Rebecca Sutter, and Annalise’s love interest Nate Lahey. She cheated on her husband with Nate, but her husband also cheated on her with a student, and might have possibly killed her (which is unclear as of yet).

The Appeal:

I should have mentioned earlier that the show is produced by Shonda Rhimes, the creator of Grey’s Anatomy and Scandal. Anyone who is familiar with her work, knows that her shows are filled with mind-blowing suspense and drama. This show also has all the elements Shonda is known for, and additionally, at least one or two jaw-dropping moments in each episode. If you love action thrillers, and suspense filled shows, I can guarantee that you will get hooked to it.

I would highly recommend anyone to watch this show. It has all the elements for it to qualify as quality TV.

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5 Most overrated sitcoms

Most Overrated Sitcoms on TV

As I was making a list of most overrated shows for this post, I realized that almost all the shows I came up with were sitcoms. So I decided I should make this post about the most overrated sitcoms.

Here is the list:

The Office:

There are two versions of this show, an American version, and a British version. For this post, I will share my views on the American version of the show. The show revolves around the workers of a paper supplying company, based in Pennsylvania. Its main character is played by Steve Carell.

One would think it has Steve Carell in it, so the show must be good, but no. In fact, his character is the most annoying one on the show. He plays an obnoxious boss, who lacks common sense, and doesn’t realize that there are certain boundaries that one is not supposed to cross.

The humor comprises only of 20-25 percent of the show, the rest of the show can put you to sleep.

Modern Family

This show is about three families that are a part of one big “modern family”, a family that has people from different cultures and orientations. The show revolves around their daily lives and daily occurrences, which are occasionally funny.

It’s not a bad show. But I really do question its sitcom status. What exactly qualifies it as a sitcom? It gives you occasional laughs but calling it a sitcom is a bit of an overstatement. Another issue with the show is the chemistry between the characters. It’s supposed to be one big family comprising of three small ones, but the chemistry between the characters doesn’t necessarily add up. It’s easy to forget that they are a part of the same family.

A picture collage of the five shows discussed in the post. Photo credit: (From left to right, top to bottom),,,,

A picture collage of the five shows discussed in the post.
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This show is about six friends and their lives. The jokes are mostly based on their interactions with each other and their daily happenings.

I haven’t yet met a person who doesn’t like Friends. I do like the show, too, but I don’t understand its “classic” status. Sure it’s good, qualifies as a sitcom for its humor, the characters have decent chemistry with each other, they don’t feel out of place like the characters in Modern Family. But for some reason I had trouble developing a connection with the show. It’s usually one of the last things I watch on TV.


I did a blog post a few weeks ago, comparing How I Met Your Mother (HIMYM) to The Big Bang Theory (TBBT), in which I slightly touched on the idea that the show is overrated. It also mostly uses similar jokes in every episode. One can only handle so much of same kind of jokes.

The Mindy Project

The show deals with the main character Dr. Mindy Lahiri (played by Mindy Kaling), whose personal life is a mess. “She struggles to find a personal relationship, remain focused at work, stay current on reality TV and channel her inner warrior – Beyoncé Pad Thai,” according to The show seems to have everything it takes for a good show, the only thing missing is the humor, which is key to even be qualified as a sitcom.

Next Week: How to Get Away With Murder

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Jimmy Kimmel Live

Late night comedy is not everyone’s cup of tea, and for many reasons. Some late night shows are intended for mature audience such as The late show with David Letterman, and The late late show with Craig Ferguson. Not everyone essentially has the taste for their jokes either. They have a particular fan base.

The show I have picked for this week’s blogpost is Jimmy Kimmel Live. I won’t say that it’s for everyone, but I will say that it’s definitely more flexible and diverse in terms of its content.


The format of Jimmy Kimmel Live consists of jokes, skits, pranks, and videos for the first 10-15 minutes, then Kimmel moves on to interviewing two celebrities in each show. He ends the show by saying, “I apologize to Matt Damon, we ran out of time for him.” He has a fake TV rivalry with Matt which is why, for the past few years, he has been ending this show with this monologue.

Kimmel also has a security guard named Guillermo, who is a regular on the show and is a part of many of his skits and videos. Guillermo is from Mexico and he speaks broken English, which also adds to the show as Kimmel, in certain skits, asks him to pronounce the words that he has a hard time pronouncing.

Jimmy Kimmel pranking kid by faking a lie detector test, with his assistant Guillermo (who played the "truth fairy"). Photocredit:

Jimmy Kimmel pranks kid by faking a lie detector test, with his assistant Guillermo (who played the “truth fairy”).
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Why is it worth watching?

Here are a few reasons why, it’s worth watching:

  • Unlike some other comedians, Jimmy Kimmel is a natural. His delivery is so natural that the viewer doesn’t realize the show is scripted.
  • He doesn’t force humor. He doesn’t try too hard to sound funny, because he is funny.
  • Kimmel’s content is genius. Some of his work has also gone viral, such as the prank he played on people by posting a video of a girl on YouTube, who catches fire while “dancing”, the video went viral within hours. In his next show he revealed that this was a prank.
  • Some of his classic sketches include Celebrities Read Mean Tweets, his YouTube Challenge – I Told My Kids I Ate All Their Halloween Candy, Do you know any naughty words, his weekly video unnecessary censorship in which he compiles scenes from a number of shows and bleeps certain words to make it sound like they are swear words, and there are countless other skits that get viewers hooked to the show.
    Jimmy Kimmel and the girl, who played a prank by pretending that she caught fire while dancing. Photo credit:

    Jimmy Kimmel and the girl, who played a prank by pretending that she caught fire while dancing.
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This show’s appeal lies in its originality, and the quality of its humor. I can’t think of a reason why someone would not want to watch it. There is so much variety in the show that even if one skit doesn’t work for you, I can almost guarantee that another one will.

If you have had a bad day, watching the show might just make it better.

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How I Met Your Mother vs The Big Bang Theory

Out of thousands of sitcoms on TV these days, sometimes it’s really hard to find a good one. Two of the most popular sitcoms are How I Met Your Mother (HIMYM)—which ended recently—and The Big Bang Theory (TBBT). Both of these shows are critically acclaimed and are well-received by their audience.


I am assuming most of you are familiar with these shows, but in case if you are not, let me introduce them to you. HIMYM is a show about five friends including, architect Ted Mosby, womanizer Barney Stinson, news anchor Robin Scherbatsky, and the lovebirds Marshall Eriksen and Lily Aldrin.

From left to right: Ted, Robin, Barney, Lily and Marshall. Photo credit: New York Post

From left to right: Ted, Robin, Barney, Lily and Marshall.
Photo credit: New York Post

The show is named How I Met Your Mother because Ted is telling the story to his children about how he met their mother. It might be very obvious to some of you, but it took me a while to realize that this is why the show is named How I Met Your Mother, as most aspects of the show are irrelevant to the actual story he is telling his kids. He goes into every little detail of his and his friend’s lives to reveal how he met his love.


The Big Bang Theory is primarily about stereotypical, nerdy scientists who have difficulty socializing with regular people.The main characters include the border-line crazy scientist, Sheldon Cooper; a wanna-be Casanova (as Wikipedia defines him), Howard Wolowitz; an Indian scientist with selective mutism, who in the first several seasons couldn’t talk to women unless he was drunk, Rajesh Koothrappali; a slightly-more-normal-than-his-other-scientist-friends, Leonard Hofstadter, and a waitress who works at the Cheesecake Factory, Penny.

From left to right: Bernadette (Howard's girl friend), Leonard, Howard, Sheldon (standing in front of his spot), and Rajesh. Photo credit:

From left to right: Amy (Sheldon’s girl friend), Bernadette (Howard’s girl friend), Leonard, Howard, Sheldon (standing in front of his spot), Rajesh and Penny.
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I personally didn’t understand why the show was such a hit until after I watched a few episodes and started to understand the characters and their personalities. Some critics say the main reason to show’s success is Sheldon Cooper.

My relationship with his character had a rocky start; I thought he was incredibly annoying due to his obsessive and childish nature, but now I find him absolutely adorable to the point where I want to adopt him, but then I remind myself that he is just a TV character and not an actual person.

Why am I writing this blog?

Both of these shows are good in their own ways for their respective audience, but I will also argue that TBBT is a MUCH BETTER program than HIMYM. It’s because TBBT is original; it is a unique and slightly genius concept for a sitcom.

HIMYM is made up of recycled jokes. There is nothing extra ordinary about this show, except that the main characters, who are probably in their late 20s or early 30s, act at least 10 years younger than their age—in other words, they act like college kids. They have graduated from college years ago, but haven’t really moved on from that stage, and that might be one of the reasons to show’s popularity among college goers, because a lot of them act just as immature as the characters on HIMYM.

Why is TBBT better?

The answer to this lies in the originality aspect of the show, but much of the credit also goes to Sheldon. Most traits of his personality make for good jokes.

Here are some facts about him that might help you understand why he is unique:

  • He knocks on a door 3 times. If the person opens the door before he is done knocking, it drives him nuts.
  • He has a list of “mortal enemies” that consists of 61 people he dislikes, mostly for petty reasons.
  • He has a particular spot on his couch, where he doesn’t allow anyone else to sit. And if he goes to someone else’s house, it takes him at least a few minutes to find his perfect spot, and until he finds one he prefers to stand.
  • Sheldon does not understand sarcasm. When he makes jokes, he says “Bazinga” to make it obvious that he is joking.

Something that I find funny, yet adorable in him is that most characters on the show seem exhausted by his behavior, but he doesn’t realize it.

This show might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but I insist that if you watch at least a few episodes and start to understand the characters, you will develop a taste for it, just like I did.

Next Week: The father of all late night shows – Jimmy Kimmel Live

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TV’s best crime drama—NCIS

There are thousands of shows to choose from on TV, but there are some shows that standout more than others, and one of them is NCIS—an almost unarguably best show on TV. More than 10 million viewers tune in to watch this show every week.

What is it about?

NCIS stands for Naval Criminal Investigative Service, which is a fictional navy-based intelligence agency whose team members are some of the dedicated agents you will see on TV.

Almost each episode begins with a homicide case of a marine, or someone related to navy, and the NCIS team follows the clues to find the culprit. It essentially works the same way as most other crime dramas but what sets it apart is the chemistry between the cast members, and their individual personalities–some of which are quite unique.

Meet the team

From left to right: Leon Vance, Jimmy Palmer, Tony DiNozzo, Abby Scuito, Leroy Gibbs, Kat Bishop and Timothy McGee. Photo Credit: NCIS official facebook account.

From left to right: Leon Vance, Jimmy Palmer, Tony DiNozzo, Abby Scuito, Leroy Gibbs, Kat Bishop, Timothy McGee and Ducky Mallord.
Photo Credit: NCIS’ official facebook page.

The team includes the team leader Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs; Special Agents Timothy McGee, Tony Dinozzo, Kat Bishop; Chief Medical Examinar Ducky Mallord, Assistant Medical Examiner Jimmy Palmer, Director Leon Vance and Forensic Specialist Abby Scuito.

The leader

While all the characters on this show are incredible in their own way, there is one character that sets itself apart from others, and that character is Leroy Jethro Gibbs.

Gibbs has an intimidating yet very appealing personality. He is known as the “man of few words.” He is a hardworking, disciplined man with a stoic personality.

He is not a macho guy with a huge build, but he sure seems like one when he is interrogating the suspects. Despite his intimidating persona, he also possesses a sense of humor which adds color to the show.

Another interesting thing about his personality is that he hates technology or technological information for that matter. He also has a certain number of rules that he lives by, and has taught them to his team.

One of the reviewers, according to Wikipedia, said he is an excellent example of leadership; he is “tough as nails” on the outside and a “compassionate” and loving person on the inside.

There is so much more to his personality that if I keep going, this post will become painfully long. But the reason why I decided to discuss him in the first place is because he has an inspirational disposition. He is more than just a TV character you would admire; there is so much that can be learned from him. He is not a perfect human being, but some of the strengths of his character, particularly his leadership skills, are something I look up to.

Why you should watch it?

Some of the things that sets this show apart from other crime dramas are the chemistry between its cast members and the humor. Other action dramas may have the chemistry, but they certainly lack the humor, which is understandable as these type of shows deal with serious subject matters, but there is nothing wrong with using a little humor to keep things light. NCIS does a good job with that.

One of the main characters named Tony DiNozzo likes to pulls pranks on his coworkers, calls them names, makes bets with them, and keeps things light with his vibrant and sarcastic personality, which makes this show so much more appealing and relatable to the regular audience.

The members of the show treat and protect each other like family.

I highly recommend everyone to start watching this show if you haven’t already, because I can guarantee that you will get hooked. It can easily qualify as one of the most quality shows on TV today.

Next Week: How I met your mother vs The Big Bang Theory

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