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What are the best TV shows for women? That's the question we posed to Brooke Elliott and Margaret Cho, stars of Lifetime's addictive new summer hit Drop Dead Diva (Sundays, 9 p.m. Et), for the latest installment of the PopWatch Duel. They've made their lists. Now you decide whose is better by casting a vote in the poll. (Then they'll try to tell themselves that they don't care who wins. But come on, just look at those faces. They care!) Feel free to justify your choice -- and/or you love for Ddd (we're right there with you, guilt-free) -- in the comments section. And, of course, submit your own Top 5. Brooke Elliott's picks: 1. The Oprah Winfrey Show: Whenever you ask about "best" and "women", Oprah has to be on the list! 2. The Carol Burnett Show: C'mon … it's Carol Burnett!! 3. The Mary Tyler Moore Show: One »
- Mandi Bierly
Sooner or later, favorite TV shows come to an end and the castmembers go their separate ways. If we're lucky, our favorites return in new projects.
Stars like Alex O’Loughlin (Moonlight), Chris Pratt (Everwood), Rashida Jones (Unhitched), Amy Poehler (Arrested Development), Anne Heche (Men in Trees), Carol Burnett (The Carol Burnett Show), Cybill Shepherd (Moonlighting), Leslie Jordan (Will & Grace), Charlie Robinson (Home Improvement), Kelsey Grammer (Frasier), Ed O’Neill (Married with Children), Sofia Vergara, (Dirty Sexy Money), Jesse Tyler Ferguson (Do Not Disturb), Betty White (Boston Legal), Angie Harmon (Women’s Murder Club), Billy Zane (Twin Peaks), Laura Allen (Dirt), Kevin McKidd (Journeyman), John Travolta (Welcome Back, Kotter), Robin Williams (Mork & Mindy), Seth Green (Family Guy), and the late Bernie Mac (The Bernie Mac Show).
2 items from 2009