This is by far my most favorite show on TV. It combines my love of travel, learning to adapt in a foreign environment and competitive spirit with the added twist of ridiculous idiots and a few solid teams to root for. Phil and his eyebrow aren't anything to shrug at, either. I mean, without TAR, I would have never known what a Zorb was!
I missed the first episode of this show. The next week, I was like, "I can't believe I'm watching a TV show about a PLANE crash!" Five years later, I'm totally hooked. Never miss an episode and spend hours researching online. Don't tell anyone I told you that.
After a rocky start of following the British series almost word-for-word, the American version of the Office really hit its stride and has been its own success story ever since. I love going to work after seeing what people deal with at the Scranton branch of Dunder-Mifflin.
I wasn't particularly sold on this show right away, but then I began to appreciate its quick wit and hilarious characters. Alec Baldwin as Jack Donaghy is one of the best characters on TV today, and Liz Lemon is no slouch either.
It's a toss-up between my love for Heidi Klum and my love for Tim Gunn. While I'm trying to figure out which of them I love more, I'm awed by the creativity of the designers and the crazy clothing they throw together in less time than it takes me to do my laundry.
This show gets listed after PR solely because I started watching PR first. But I've followed Top Chef a bit more closely, and love the idea of eating all this delicious food. I, like Gail Simmons, am a fat girl at heart - everything sounds delicious to me. Harold Dieterle is my idol.
Fine, I'm a sucker for almost any TV show on Bravo, but this one is moving up the list quite quickly. Jeff Lewis is an insane OCD designer/house flipper who puts nanny cams in his office to spy on his staff and interviews assistants with question such as, "Are you OK admitting you're wrong even when you're right?" I love anything ridiculous and he's amazingly so.