Last night's presidential debate was a controversial one, as most modern political events tend to be these days. One of the biggest talkers coming out of the first debate was GOP contender
Anything Ken Burns does: The guy could do a documentary on how great kicking Ernest Wilkins in the crotch feels, and I would still tune in to every single episode like, "Man. This is so insightful. I do squeal and tear up immediately."
"Downton Abbey": I have never seen it. I am solely suggesting it because I know my white friends would be devastated were it to go away. Hi, white friends! Happy Oktoberfest or whatever the hell that is!
Tavis Smiley: Tavis is the only black man that other black men are like, "You know what? I'm not even going to TRY and mess with that guy." He also does a really good job as an interviewer.
Charlie Rose: Do you know how dope Charlie Rose is? Like, have you seen the show? Dude sits in front of a black screen and spits that raw and uncut realness with everyone from Jay-Z to King Jordan II. Dude is versatile and I kind of wish he was my grandfather.
Arthur: Look, I don't like to judge people without knowing them, but if you don't like this show about a lovable aardvark just trying to stay alive in middle school, then you probably are someone who really likes to push old women down the stairs. Also, I hate you. Arthur is the greatest.
"Austin City Limits": One of the last great live music shows, even if it seems like they're "celebrating the legacy of Stevie Ray Vaughn" every episode.
"Doctor Who": Look man, If I didn't put this here, crazed hordes of "Doc Who" fans would blow up my house. Um, I mean…DON'T BE TARDIS TO THE PARTY, MITT ROMNEY.
"Fawlty Towers": There is a chance that I have seen every episode of this show. There is a chance I love them all. John Cleese is a golden God and should be worshipped as such. Sybil Fawlty for Heisman.
All of the cooking shows: From
"Sesame Street": Homie, if I have to break down why "Sesame Street" is important then we've gotten off course as a modern society and are now just spiraling into a never-ending purgatory of laziness and ignorance, and I weep for future generations.
I hope this inspires something. If anything, I hope it inspires some debate from people, especially viewers like you.