Although the tongue weighs very little, very few people are able to hold it. -Anonymous
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

I have a job this semester that requires me to do several hours of kind of brainless work at home every week. To help me get through it I have been watching TV shows on DVD. I am almost through with the first season of Friday Night Lights, and I need a new series to watch. What are some of your favorite television shows to follow?

- Hardly Working

A: Dear Working Hard,

I guess it's time to bust out the old Netflix queue.

Recommended:

Arrested Development
Battlestar Galactica (the miniseries + the first season, anyway)
Early Edition
Firefly
Futurama
House (the first couple of seasons)
Jeeves and Wooster
Law & Order (any of them, really, but especially CI and SVU)
Monk
Project Runway

In my queue (but not yet watched, so I can't tell you if they were good or not):

Alias
Extras
Freaks & Geeks
My Name Is Earl
The Office

- Katya
A: Dear George,

My So-Called Life
Prison Break
Dark Angel

-Kicks and Giggles, tv watcher extraordinaire
A: Dear Hardly Working,

I recommend the following tv shows on DVD:

24
The 1968 Spider-Man Collection
Alias
Angel
Arrested Development
Batman: The Animated Series
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Cheers
The Cosby Show
Everybody Loves Raymond
Firefly (yes Hobbes, I'm recommending it!)
Frasier
Justice League
Lois and Clark
LOST
Looney Tunes
Scrubs
Smallville
Twin Peaks
Veronica Mars
X-Men Evolution

-Humble Master
A: Dear sweet job,

The Simpsons (seasons 2-8)
Futurama (seasons 1-3)
The Office
Arrested Development
Heroes
24 (except season 6, that one was lame)
Fraiser
NewsRadio
Fawlty Towers
Blackadder

-Cognoscente