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The first season of Survivor
posted by Mike Red | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 3:28 am

I live in so-cal and my boyfriend's uncle was in a high-speed police chase a few yrs ago. Total drama including using his 3 mo. old baby as a human shield (kid was fine btw). Totally missed it because of school. But luckily it was tivoed :)
posted by Cassie B. | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 3:44 am

Twin Towers 9/11 I was living in South America, Chile to be exact. I didn't have a TV. PS- These Captchas have made me decide to stop contributing. They suck!
posted by J-Diddy | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 4:00 am

By the time you figure these FARTCHAs out you can lose your original focus
posted by larry y | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 4:01 am


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I really miss watching ALF. That show was awesome. Nick Arcade is great too on the GAS channel.
posted by Mario | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 5:11 am

cathy freeman at sydney olympics
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I was a big fan of Hill St. Blues and there was an episode where the promo made it look like Furillo had dropped a gun off a bridge to cover up a crime by a family member. I was living in Oak Ridge, TN at the time and the show was pre-empted by a Dolly Parton Special. It was the last season and the episode apparenly never re-ran. Waiting for it to show up on NetFlix...
posted by Jeff Roberts | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 5:50 am

Best Video Countdown on MTV
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that one television with the movie
posted by Pop | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 7:40 am

That one time in the early '90's when some guy blew his head apart with a shotgun on some Southern California freeway in the middle of the day on live television. I was still a kid at the time, and it seemed as though everyone at school had seen it except me. To this day, I still haven't seen it.
posted by Brake | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 7:41 am

The final episode of M.A.S.H. I was a huge fan of the show and M.A.S.H was THE show of its day. a 2 hour special was planned for the shows finally but my parents decided to visit my aunt that day and i missed it. At school the next day everyone was talking about it. To this day i have only seen parts of it.
posted by Paul | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 8:23 am


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I would have liked to seen the Max Headroom show or shows back in the mid-80's. I don't even remember if it came on more than once. I remember being on a church camping trip the night they outted who shot JR on Dallas. I wasn't a fan but most of the folks with me were.
posted by Brian | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 8:56 am

Madonna's video for "What it Feels Like for a Girl" Shown once, then banned. Janet Jackson's nipple at the Superbowl.
posted by Lindsay | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 8:57 am

On Friday Night (April 20th) I missed the Sabres vs. Islanders game because I was babysitting and the kids started crying when I changed the channel to the game (yeah, I have to work on them). The Sabres won and moved them onto the next round and Miller made an amazing save. And I missed it. Gahhh. P.S. I'm a Sabres fan ;)
posted by Emily | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 9:20 am

It was an after-school special about a kid who was struggling with a bully (this would have been about 1974). There was a chart in the hallway of the school showing the different stages of human evolution (you know the one - every humanoid facing to the side showing the transition from apes to human). Over the picture of the neanderthal this kid had written the bully's name as a joke. The bully happened to be standing nearby and saw this, and then ......... I had to go to violin practice. My friends who had been watching it with me told me that the bully beat up the kid and there was a real bloodbath, but I know this is not true. If anyone knows how this really turned out, let me know!
posted by Johnnylaw | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 9:56 am


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Grizzly bear commercial for Holiday Inn Express
posted by Peter | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 10:11 am

1) The Rugrats Mothers' Day episode where Chuckie dreams about his mom. My dad made me turn off the TV and do something "productive" and I never got a chance to see it. Even now, a good 12 years later, I can't find the epsiode to download anywhere, so I guess I'll never see it. 2) The 1994 Oscars. I had done something bad and my parents grounded me from the TV for a month. When you're 8 you don't really have shows that you follow, so missing TV isn't really that big of a deal, but my mom was really rubbing it in from the next room, saying how great they were and how they were the best Oscars ever. Probably because she's a bitch.
posted by Jen | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 10:34 am


posted by Fooby | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 10:37 am

All of LOST and all of HEROS...To late to start watching them now.
posted by derrickgott007 | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 10:41 am

super bowl wardrobe malfunction. ppl talked about that crap forever!!!
posted by meee | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 10:59 am

The last episode of Seinfeld---it was several years later when I finnally saw it on re-runs
posted by Matt | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 11:08 am


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all of it.
posted by darn captchas... | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 11:30 am

The first music video ever shown on MTV. Now that I think of it, the LAST one too. Because there hasn't been music on that channel in a LOOOOONG time.
posted by Assy McGee | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 11:31 am

Commercials these days suck. They're annoying. They didn't used to be like this! They used to be heartwarming and I feel very nostalgic when I pop in a video tape of something recorded in the late '80s or early '90s. Part of the problem these days is that a lot of people are advertising products they can't very well show on TV (like car insurance), so instead they do fripping annoying caveman ads. What the hell do cavemen have to do with car insurance? NOTHING! And that's why ads these days bug me.
posted by Brandon | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 11:36 am


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None of these drive-thru menus look familiar. I don't eat fast food. It took me 5 time to refesh the page until I could identify one, which happened to be a Dairy Queen. Now I forgot what I wanted to say.
posted by | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 12:07 pm

1. Game 6 of the Astros-Mets playoff series in 1986. The Astros lost but it was one of the all time great games and I would have liked to have seen it. 2. Me introducing a video on VH1 video countdown a couple of weeks ago. 3. The original airing of the very last Beavis & Butthead episode.
posted by Johnny New York | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 12:31 pm


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OJ Simpson verdict. i was very young at the time and only had a mild knowledge of the trial, but it seemed like an important event at the time
posted by Don | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 12:40 pm

I missed that one episode of the Gilmore Girls where Lorelei is pregnant has a Gilmore Boy. It didn't make any sense!!! And EVERYONE was talking about it the next day.
posted by Greg | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 12:40 pm

Wardrobe Malfunction
posted by Emily | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 12:56 pm

Neil Armstrong walking on the moon. Of course...I wasn't even born then, but still. As for when I WAS alive...Star Trek the Next Generation. I would have liked to have seen the first episode. I used to watch that show a lot as a kid. This Captcha really messed me up. I never use drive-thrus. I always just walk inside on the rare occasions when I eat at fast food places.
posted by Jamie | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 1:02 pm


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The first time I heard of Red Dawn was when i was flipping through a guide of what would be on in the next few weeks. I almost died it sounded so cool. I missed it. That was years ago, and I've seen it several times since. Also, i didn't think Lost would be any cool, so I didn't start watching it until after the second season had started, by renting the DVDs. Now, i've been stuck perpetually 1 season behind, and anytime someone begins to talk about it, i cover my ears and run out of the room shouting "LALALALALALALALALA!"
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Joe Theisman breaking his beg - everybody was talking about that for months, and I never saw it until Youtube
posted by Rick | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 1:49 pm

Miss America 1998 - The one where the runner up attacked the winner.
posted by schmo | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 1:52 pm

The entire first season of Gilmore Girls when all the other girls watched religiously I was watching Star Trek with my parents.
posted by lizelle | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 2:12 pm

when gary larson made a 30 minute animated special of the far side
posted by roger | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 2:13 pm

Why did I click thru? It implies I want to support captchas. Stupid stupid stupid
posted by lemming | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 2:19 pm

The 14th episode of Punky Brewster.
posted by zooey glass | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 2:31 pm

your "CAPTCHAs" system is the worst thing I've ever seen to block out comment spam. They're basically trivia and make things very difficult. You really need to dump them.
posted by carlos | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 3:21 pm

I KNOW IT'S MCDONALDS, why won't it take it? I aw their ad for an Arby's Combo Roundup just YESTERDAY! AAAAARGGGHHHHHHH.
posted by Michaelangelo | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 3:35 pm


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Bod on UK T.V - Bring back Bod!
posted by David K | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 3:55 pm

THESE CAPTCHAS ARE GAY ASS, PLEASE DON'T USE THEM ANY MORE, USE SOMETHING NOT GAY.
posted by Jake | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 4:02 pm

Whenever I miss it, The Office.
posted by Aza | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 4:09 pm

Hey.. the Drive-thru CAPTCHA is not particularly friendly for those of use living outside North America.. or those that do, but don't eat junk food.
posted by Not from North America | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 4:16 pm

24 2 weeks ago
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I pretty much miss anything that was on TV in America, I grew up over seas and just got to hear about them in the summer time... And I miss the parts of the movies the censors cut out... I grew up wondering why some movies were 2 hours and some were only 45 minutes!!!
posted by EMSBrian | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 5:12 pm

This is some boring ass shit Cockerham.
posted by McCoy | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 5:19 pm


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Good Idea for a captcha, but don't dot his one again its seems too good at keeping people out.
posted by | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 5:33 pm

Gay Porn
posted by Gay-bot spam-a-lot | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 5:37 pm

I wish firefly would come back
posted by | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 6:28 pm

Episodes of David Letterman's morning show. I saw a couple, but they were pre-empted by local programming. Same thing with Hello Larry.
posted by Eric Renshaw | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 6:38 pm

Sanjaya FINALLY getting booted of American Idol
posted by Christopher Meyer | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 6:40 pm


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i just wanted to see if i got the captcha right
posted by lisa | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 7:08 pm


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HEY EVERYONE. THE NAME OF THE RESTAURANT IS VISIBLE ON EACH DRIVE-THRU MENU. DURR
posted by muchas gracias | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 7:13 pm

Southern Cross.. medieval show on TV, sorta teenyboppy, had arthur and gueniveire from Excalibur as the parents.. bet it's on youtube, i should check.
posted by Mark | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 7:35 pm

futurama - all of it. i'm just finally getting into it now....
posted by mike | Sunday 22nd of Apri 2007 7:52 pm

i regret missing the morning of 9/11 on tv - not that i am being morbid or anything. it was my birthday and i wanted to sleep in, and i shortly realized the least i could've done was be unselfish and actually give a crap about what was happening in the world.
posted by mary | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 7:53 pm

Me on TV
posted by Robot B9 | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 8:12 pm

The premiere of The Ripping Friends and the first time somebody won Who Wants to be a Millionare?
posted by Jake | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 8:17 pm


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I would have liked to see the scrambled porn more clearly when I was a kid.
posted by LF | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 8:21 pm

I totally miss American Gladiators. Come on, put it back on the freaking air. That show made me cry as a kid. And kids nowadays are watching anime? NOOOOO
posted by Jon 'fix this' Phillips | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 8:25 pm

well south park for the first couple years it was on i was soooo outta the loop
posted by mike | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 8:33 pm

The Seventies were shaping up to be a dark time for scifi on TV, and it had always been a dark time for scifi comedy. So what was I doing in 1977 when Buck Henry presented his sitcom "Quark," about a garbageman in space? I was working evenings. In the pre-VCR era. Happily, we're now living in the DVD era, when absolutely EVERY show is available on disc! Yeah, right. You can't get "Quark," and it won't be out on DVD until I've been dead for ten years. Thanks, DVD era!
posted by Ben Truwe | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 8:46 pm

HBO. I don't have it and have missed a lot of their shows that sound appealing: Sopranos, Rome, Six Feet Under, etc.
posted by Franklin | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 8:47 pm

I miss "get a life" I saw the show I just miss it.
posted by juicy fruit mcgillicutty | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 8:51 pm


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I don't regret missing anything on television, I just wanted to let you know that there's a flaw with your Drive-Thru CAPTCHAs. Since restaurant chains are regional, I had to hit refresh a couple of times to get one I recognized. The first two didn't have the name anywhere on the menu, and I had never seen them before. Which, really, as long as you can hit refresh isn't a big deal, but if I had to do it everytime I wanted to leave a comment somewhere it would be pretty irritating. Added: And then my answer was wrong! Bah! So this is my fourth attempt at identifying a fast food restaurant. And I've never heard of this one, either, but it's name's on the menu. . . And fifth try -- if this one doesn't work, I'm blaming your system. It's freakin' McDonalds.
posted by ElJay | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 8:56 pm

The Veronica Mars pilot.
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The final episode of M*A*S*H. I had to babysit for my hippie neighbors that had notelevision. My parents, meanwhile, had a party at our house for everyone to get together to watch it.
posted by Liana Ottaviano | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 9:27 pm

I missed the series finale of "Full House" for one of my brother's boring middle school band concerts. Looking back, not such a tragedy, but I remember being really mad at my parents for making me go.
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Mystery Science Theater 3000. I was little when it came on and by the time I watched it, there was only one more year before they stopped showing even reruns.
posted by Suteki | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 10:07 pm

The last episode of Seinfeld.
posted by Robert | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 10:14 pm

Are these all weird California fast food places or something?
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Cop Rock! It was only on for about five episodes but it was hilarious. It was written by Stephen Botcho (L.A. Law, Hill Street Blues) and was a musical police drama. You can't find it anywhere on DVD.
posted by Gary | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 10:32 pm

I grew up in Vermont, we always got Canadian TV which in those days was just the normal US shows in different time slots, which gave a second chance. The Star Wars Christmas Special doesn't count- I was 4- so that leaves the Mac ad from the 80s. BUT, speaking of the Super Bowl, it was a dull first half so I shut the TV off. I MISSED THE "WARDROBE MALFUNCTION!" And the Pats win!
posted by | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 10:42 pm

These menus are hard if you're not American and don't have those chains. I appreciate the effort to bring some novelty to the captcha though. How about just showing a picture of, say, a burger and asking people to type in what it is? Anyways, I saw the first half of a Disney sunday night movie with Patrick Dempsey. He was playing an epileptic teen who wanted to get brain surgery and his parents didn't want him to. He was getting ready to sue them for the right to have surgery when the first half ended... and now even though Patrick Dempsey is all famous as the Dr. McDreamy, I can't find it, or even find out what happened. Poop.
posted by Teejay | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 10:53 pm

Just one more comment about the CAPTCHAs. I typed in "Domino's" which is the correct spelling (or rather, punctuation) but the computer would not admit defeat until I left out the apostrophe. It took me, like, six tries. That is excessive.
posted by Teejay | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 10:54 pm

the medieval show mark was talking about is called covington cross
posted by mcdonalds | Sunday 22nd of April 2007 11:46 pm

I regret not seeing all of Bill Nye. Also, these CAPTCHA experiments are kind of annoying. Regular content plz? :(
posted by that took a while to get | Monday 23rd of April 2007 12:22 am

There's 2, and I missed both of them so I could go golfing. Back when the 1st Shuttle blew up, I'd been watching the coverage all week but it was a nice morning, so I hit the links instead. Greenskeeper told us on the 5th green what had happened. Then on 9/11, I was on my way to the corse when I heard someone's motorcycle radio talking about the attacks, and turned on my radio to hear the details. We still played that day, and it was an eerie day as the course I played on was quite close to the Vancouver Airport. For an hour or so there were no planes at all taking off or landing, and then all of a sudden it was a steady stream of landings as the US flights were all diverted up here.
posted by gBayemporium | Monday 23rd of April 2007 12:24 am

Manimal. Best unknown show ever. Thanks to someone foresight in recording it though, I have decent DVD versions.
posted by gBayemporium | Monday 23rd of April 2007 12:27 am

The Patrick Dempsey one was called "A Fighting Choice" http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0091048/
posted by gBayemporium | Monday 23rd of April 2007 12:30 am

i regret that i don't watch the show lost. everyone watches it and i'm totally out of the loop!
posted by gina | Monday 23rd of April 2007 12:30 am

I regret not watching "Heroes". I never thought it would turn out like it has, and since I didn't watch from the beginning I haven't seen ANY of them.
posted by Jennifer | Monday 23rd of April 2007 12:32 am

Apparently there was this really cool Super Bowl Prank during the halftime show this year, but I never ever did see it.
posted by gBayemporium | Monday 23rd of April 2007 12:33 am

Looks like the Patrick Dempsey one did get put on video, in Australia at least. http://cgi.ebay.ca/A-FIGHTING-CHOICE-Patrick-Dempsey-DISNEY-pal-VHS_W0QQitemZ200102549715QQihZ010QQcategoryZ98411QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem
posted by gBayemporium | Monday 23rd of April 2007 12:35 am

The The Adventures of Pete & Pete
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I regret missing the Madonna/Christina Aguilera/Britney Spears kiss at the VMAs. The sad thing is that I was watching the VMAs and then turned it off for some reason. Then, of course, the kiss was all anyone was talking about for a week!
posted by Tania | Monday 23rd of April 2007 12:54 am


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Due South. :)
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In all good shows there's a running love interest between the two main chaacters which of course never gets resolved. One Friday night though, in Northern Exposure, Maggie and Joel, supposedly in a drunken state, "got it on". By next week it was of again. I don't remember what I was doing that was so important that I had to miss that episode. Have'nt seen it yet. In Canada Mr Dressup (similar to your Mr Rogers) had two puppets which popped up from behind the chesterfield. A wooden boy (Casey) who talked but didn't move his mouth, and a mute, sock like dog (Finnegan). At some point during the 6 years I lived overseas Casey and Finnegan 'disappeared' and where replaced by a bunch of crows or something. The rumour was out that they were buried under the tree house out back. I missed the transition show and never found out the truth. Third one? mmm .... I guess I missed seeing the 'Beachcovers Reunion' show (more Canadian history). Again because I'm overseas. Either that or the 1972 Canada vs Russia hockey final. I was too young to know what Hockey was, so of course I missed it.
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WONDER SHOWZEN.
posted by BrettRademaker | Monday 23rd of April 2007 2:41 am

These captchas are making me hungry.
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When I was like, 6, the Crash Test Dummies cartoon show was on TV on a Sunday morning. The toys were awesome, and I wanted to see this cartoon. My parents made me go to church instead. I never did get to see that darn cartoon again.
posted by Marc | Monday 23rd of April 2007 3:51 am

when are you going to do an update about the ultimate safeway shopper? thanks
posted by tim | Monday 23rd of April 2007 4:24 am

THE SUPERBOWL PRANK !
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This is better than that bloody awfull celeb's thing you had
posted by Tom | Monday 23rd of April 2007 7:52 am

The fake moon landing!
posted by Pete | Monday 23rd of April 2007 7:59 am

The Full House episode where Uncle Jessi and Becky had the twins. That ruined my six year old life.
posted by Nicole | Monday 23rd of April 2007 8:01 am

I don't know if this counts as missing something. I turned off the National Championship game between USC and Texas two years ago and went to bed, thinking USC had it wrapped up. So, I guess I regret missing the fourth quarter.
posted by Mike G. | Monday 23rd of April 2007 8:14 am

Not so nostalgic, and I've seen it in syndication about a million times now, but the final episode of Friends. My co-workers were literally in tears talking about it the next day. Made me really wonder what I'd missed. I'll be impressed if I'm guessing the restaurant correctly, considering I don't have a car and don't eat fast food.
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nothing
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Just a side note- how effective a spam filter is it when your comments section fills up with blank comments from people just trying to beat the CAPTCHA system? ;)
posted by | Monday 23rd of April 2007 8:26 am

The Drive-Thru CAPTCHA is MUCH better then the last one! YEAH!!! Oh, I regret missing all of the saturday night live episodes from the 80's but I did see most of them.
posted by Marc | Monday 23rd of April 2007 8:27 am

I missed the final week of whole series of Robotech twice, due to scheduled altar boy duties, on two different airings. It wasn't an immense deal, but god really didn't want me to see the end of Robotech.
posted by J | Monday 23rd of April 2007 8:45 am<r>
We regret watching all television and in 2001 we removed ourselves from the teet of commercial cable TV. Instead we watch DVDs and read books (remember them?). Life is much more relaxing and less-stressful now. Everyone should try unplugging, you might like it.
posted by sirfelix | Monday 23rd of April 2007 8:53 am

It not so much one i regret as I completely forgotten and would love to watch again. A 90's television show where a girl used to sit on her window box and talk to the man on the moon. i dont know the name, the theme, anything :(
posted by Dave | Monday 23rd of April 2007 8:59 am

Several episodes of a show called Son of the Beach.
posted by John Saliga | Monday 23rd of April 2007 9:08 am

Uncle Floyd
posted by Boris | Monday 23rd of April 2007 9:27 am

Nothing I can remember. I just want to see what you missed.
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I regret taping a movie-of-the-week, "The Canterville Ghost", starring Patrick Stewart and Neve Campbell, on a cheap VHS tape with bad tracking. It's a highly underrated movie that will never be on again, and my tape is unwatchable.
posted by Ashley | Monday 23rd of April 2007 9:44 am

Erections fading? Please visit cheap\/1AgrA4u.co_m
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posted by test | Monday 23rd of April 2007 10:20 am

I was interviewed by a local TV station and missed recording myself (before DVR, and I actually recorded the program, only no sound). I could get the archive from the news station, but the money-grubbers wanted $99.00 for it.
posted by Jimboy | Monday 23rd of April 2007 10:23 am

I actually regret being able to post without having to jump through hoops. Why do we always want to make the good people suffer for what the bad people do? I had to post 6 times becuase "Jimboy's Tacos" was wrong becuase the CRAPTCHa did not like the apostrophe. It wanted jimboys. Instead of making the good people suffer, how about you simply log IP addresses and block those who abuse the system? And the TV shows I miss are the old Docotor Who back to the B&W serials. I used to get to watch them on PBS, but damn near hard to find anywhere else still. Maybe the newly revived Doctor Who series will flush them out.
posted by Stinky LeFeet | Monday 23rd of April 2007 10:31 am

1985 Bears Super Bowl win. I was only 5 at the time, and wouldn't have cared. But They still talk about it around here. It's like a religion
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What the hell is a Del Taco?
posted by | Monday 23rd of April 2007 11:19 am

I really wish I'd seen all those great Ed Sullivan shows at that time. To see the Beatles and the Rolling Stones for the first time on TV would have been really exciting. Seeing them on grainy tape isn't all that.
posted by Christine | Monday 23rd of April 2007 11:21 am

Hey, Jake -- if you don't like something, calling it "gay" much less "gay ass" is really offensive.
posted by Christine | Monday 23rd of April 2007 11:25 am

In the late 60s/early 70s, my best friend's parents would wake her up to watch all the space shots/man on moon footage live. My parents didn't and I wish they did. However, they did force me to watch Nixon's resignation, which I am very happy about.
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During my college days, my roommates and I were watching Super Bowl XXXVII between the Patriots and the Panthers. Once halftime rolled around, we became consumed with tossing the football around outside while barbecuing hot dogs and hamburgers. We missed about five minutes of what we figured would be yet another overblown Super Bowl halftime show. Unfortunately, the five minutes we missed were considered by many to be one of the most controversial moments in television history. Ah well... At least now we have YouTube to help us catch anything we may have otherwise missed! Keep up the wonderful work, Rob... I love your site!
posted by Gary | Monday 23rd of April 2007 11:59 am

The premier of multiple (30?) versions of the video for the song "Leave It" by yes, followed by Al TV on MTV... I guess it would have been around April 1, 1984 or 1985. All my friends were talking about it the next day at school... I ended up watching something else.
posted by Ken Miller | Monday 23rd of April 2007 12:03 pm

The OJ Simpson car chase on the California Freeway. I was at a Key Club convention at the time.
posted by J. Matt | Monday 23rd of April 2007 12:03 pm

Cop Rock. Definitely Cop Rock. Don't think we'll be seeing that on DVD any time soon. As a side note, if anything the drive-through stuff is worse than the celebs. I don't eat fast food, and I can think of a lot of chains that are very regional.
posted by Jordan | Monday 23rd of April 2007 12:04 pm

First Monday Night Football game. I wasn't even born yet, but my dad was there. We're huge Browns fans so that would have been awesome to see them win a game that would be a big part of history.
posted by Sara | Monday 23rd of April 2007 12:22 pm

The last Episode of Dallas.
posted by Scott | Monday 23rd of April 2007 12:39 pm

I had to miss the premier to stargate season 10. Luckily Bittorrent is my friend
posted by Jake | Monday 23rd of April 2007 12:40 pm


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I hate missing the good Superbowl commercials. In Canada, they're replaced by Canadian advertising, which still has its ante upped for the occasion but just doesn't compare to the Budweiser and other commercials. And then I can't view them online because my IP address is not in the United States. Actually, that brings up another thing that I hate missing - I want to watch shows online (e.g. TBS has "My Boys" episodes online) but I can't because I don't live in the United States! Grrrr.
posted by Rachel | Monday 23rd of April 2007 12:48 pm

Firefly, when it was airing on FOX.
posted by Danny | Monday 23rd of April 2007 12:49 pm

Arrested Development while it was still on. I wish I could have helped promote and save it.
posted by Kris | Monday 23rd of April 2007 12:49 pm


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Count me as another reader annoyed by the drive-thru signs. Season finale of M*A*S*H is what I would have liked to see.
posted by Trish | Monday 23rd of April 2007 1:01 pm

The last 3 minutes of the Friends series finale. My VCR's clock was off a bit, and stopped recording just before it ended. To this day I still don't know what happened between Rachel and Ross. I should really just check YouTube.
posted by Andrew | Monday 23rd of April 2007 1:08 pm

"The Day After" 1983. My 6th grade social studies class discussed it and I had nothing to contribute. I think everyone else in my school watched. I have no idea what I was doing, I just remember being very upset with my parents.
posted by Peter | Monday 23rd of April 2007 1:10 pm

The "Lost" series premiere when everyone else saw it.
posted by Amy | Monday 23rd of April 2007 1:13 pm

I have seen every episode of quantum leap except the last one. Still haven't seen it.
posted by Frazier | Monday 23rd of April 2007 1:28 pm

I went to a taping of the David Lettermn show and got on camera, but I never saw it :(
posted by Anonymous | Monday 23rd of April 2007 1:33 pm

I tend to regret time wasted watching TV far more than what I missed. Who really needs to have spent all that time watching the Brady Bunch, whatever came on after between the evening news and the 11 o'clock news (aka, evenings in my childhood home), and shows I watched because everyone did.
posted by Jonathan | Monday 23rd of April 2007 1:33 pm

Lost. OK, great, it is a mystery, yippee.
posted by Maurs | Monday 23rd of April 2007 1:35 pm

i regret missing some nasty sex on the scramble channel...i cried silly when i realized there were hot bones and i were missing they
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My family moved to England in the fall of 1988, and then moved back in the spring of 1991. Back then many US shows would run a season or two and then start up in the UK, so, they'd always be a year or so behind. As a result, when I returned I had missed whole seasons of several shows. The Simpsons and Star Trek: TNG were biggies. When we got back, the saga of Laura Palmer's death had been finished, but we had not seen the last season yet - everyone was over it but us. I've seen the final movie now but I still never got to see the last year of Twin Peaks. When I was in college I had night classes often, so on those nights I'd miss shows that I'd been watching. I missed a whole season of the X-Files right in the middle. I also missed a season of West Wing. That sucked. There were others but my memory fades.
posted by Leperflesh | Monday 23rd of April 2007 1:43 pm

Anything with Nirvana on MTV. Missed it all. Wasn't interested in the band back when Cobain was alive for some reason...
posted by Eric | Monday 23rd of April 2007 1:44 pm

berlin wall falling down
posted by noah | Monday 23rd of April 2007 1:50 pm

Ah finally I guess this one has to be pizza hut because it actually says pizza hut on the fucking sign. Thanks Rob, for making it that much more irritating to participate! Not everyone eats garbage, you know, let alone spills it all over their fucking car. Fuck.
posted by Pissed Off | Monday 23rd of April 2007 1:50 pm

The night that the 2 hour finale of MASH was on, there was a major storm and our power was out. I missed it that night, but I got to see it when they did a re-air of the movie.
posted by Michael Beck | Monday 23rd of April 2007 1:51 pm

episodes of reality shows that I actuall care about. summarized as "any episode of the amazing race" and "that one 'pretend to be a spy' challenge on America's next top model." (I normally do not watch much tv.)
posted by michie | Monday 23rd of April 2007 2:04 pm

The closing ceremonies of the 1980 Winter Olympics - I'd watched the Olympics every night and was looking forward to the big blowout at the end, but I feel asleep in front of the TV and woke up at 2am. Bummer!
posted by Slinky | Monday 23rd of April 2007 2:05 pm


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you know, a lot of those drive through signs are regional and impossible to get for people not local to you. Even this took me several trys. So what's the point? It would take me 10 minutes to write a script to guess Wendy's every time, even if you have 20 restaurants, 5% of my spam will get through. You grossly harm your users while not realy impacting spammers. This is a horrible design in every way.
posted by Joe | Monday 23rd of April 2007 2:19 pm

I like the concept of a different kind of CAPTCHA. keep trying Rob, you can't please all of the people all of the time.
posted by wendys | Monday 23rd of April 2007 2:20 pm

The M*A*S*H finale. I only started watching the show when it went into reruns, so I totally missed the boat on the hype when the series ended. I've seen the finale since, but only in the new half-hour episode increments, not the whole movie at once.
posted by Kelly | Monday 23rd of April 2007 2:21 pm

the news report warning me about the tornado heading toward my house
posted by Olivia Hem | Monday 23rd of April 2007 2:43 pm

I regret missing the time that Bush made a mistake on television. He's usually so eloquent, so when I heard that he stuttered I was really, really stunned.
posted by Daniel | Monday 23rd of April 2007 2:54 pm

CAPTCHAS make me want to vomit. You should do away with the nastiness.
posted by Daniel | Monday 23rd of April 2007 2:56 pm

Rob, please use regular CAPTCHAs like everyone else, and also, write regular articles with movie reviews and cute cat pictures. Quit trying to be so unique.
posted by Robin Red | Monday 23rd of April 2007 2:58 pm

Janet Jackson's boob at the Superbowl. Serves me right for not being a football fan.
posted by Vlad | Monday 23rd of April 2007 2:59 pm

How come they never re-run the final episodes of series? They show all the other episodes ad nauseum, but how many times have they shown the final ep of MASH, for example. Ah, regrets, I've had a few...
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could you please find a lower resolution photo? i can still just barely make out some of the letters.
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when neil armstrong walked on the moon, then won all those tour de frances.
posted by John | Monday 23rd of April 2007 3:58 pm

I missed the Stargate SG-1 last episode!! If only I had tivo...
posted by Andrew A | Monday 23rd of April 2007 3:59 pm

That episode of Gilligan's Island where they alsmost get off the island, but Gilligan does something to mess it up.
posted by swearint | Monday 23rd of April 2007 4:00 pm

An epdisode of Three's Company many years ago. You know, the one where there was some sort of misunderstanding.
posted by Little Davey | Monday 23rd of April 2007 4:02 pm


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Johnny Carsons final episode of the Tonight Show
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I was in 6th grade when "ROOTS" preiered. It seemed everyone in the class had watched the first episode of the mini-series where according to all of the other boys had got to see naked breasts on future slaves bouncing as they were running from their captors. When you are 12 years old, you disregard the evilness in what is on the screen just to see the boobs. No, I did not turn into some sado-masacistic for wanting to see this. When this question was perposed, it was the first and only thing that came to mind. 30 years later I still remember that, but I can't remeber for the life of me to put the toilet seat down or pickup my dirty clothes
posted by Brown Growler | Monday 23rd of April 2007 4:24 pm

Thank God for Tivo, now I won't miss anything!
posted by Jim | Monday 23rd of April 2007 4:25 pm

Twin Peaks
posted by ChanBot | Monday 23rd of April 2007 4:33 pm

My life story - the Six Millon Dollar man
posted by Steve Austin | Monday 23rd of April 2007 4:35 pm


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Last Weeks Entourage. No HBO. :(
posted by Drama | Monday 23rd of April 2007 4:43 pm

parker lewis cant lose
posted by the great | Monday 23rd of April 2007 4:44 pm

I regret watching the series finale of Quantum Leap. It was a fine program and everyweek I liked watching it, however the final episode left me say, huh? what happened?? Can anyone explain it?
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These CAPTCHA's are incredabley difficult, they should have the company name on the menu. oh wait....STARBUCKS
posted by Idiot | Monday 23rd of April 2007 4:59 pm

VIPER! In 1993 they made maybe 4 episodes. Think Kit but cooler and more car chase scenes.
posted by | Monday 23rd of April 2007 5:06 pm

GET SMART! They don't make 'em like they used to, chief. I would watch the reruns on Nick-at-Nite every day, and was always most distrught whenever I "missed it by THAT much."
posted by lexiphanicism | Monday 23rd of April 2007 5:14 pm

Twin Peaks, cuz it was cool. Kimba the White Lion.
posted by susan | Monday 23rd of April 2007 5:26 pm

Any episode of the Simpsons that I haven't seen at least 25 times.
posted by Distichlis | Monday 23rd of April 2007 5:35 pm

After school specials
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I can't believe I missed Ashlee Simpson lip-syncing on SNL. I watched her first performance on that episode, but decided to go to bed before she was "caught in the act." Crap.
posted by David | Monday 23rd of April 2007 5:49 pm

Battlestar Galactica. Twitch City.
posted by Pat J | Monday 23rd of April 2007 5:56 pm

The first season of Heroes; now I'll never catch up because I'm too poor to buy it.
posted by Melane | Monday 23rd of April 2007 6:23 pm

I don't have Tivo, and so when I missed 3 episodes of 24, I was completely lost, and so now i don't watch 24 anymore
posted by | Monday 23rd of April 2007 7:00 pm

The office on every thursday. I don't get to see it till friday, and everyone has already spoiled the funny bits for me.
posted by Kennedy | Monday 23rd of April 2007 7:04 pm

The first handful of episodes of Heroes. I've got the rest, but those few beginners I can't find.
posted by Bob | Monday 23rd of April 2007 8:15 pm

I regret missing this episode of Arrested Development. Season 3, Episode 9: S.O.B.s. I think I chose to drink beer with friends over AD and I've still not seen the episode.
posted by L | Monday 23rd of April 2007 8:22 pm

The championship from the last season of Amerian Gladiators. I've yet to see it.
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That time you got interviewed for your credit card thing. I ended up watching it on Youtube, but I really would have liked to see it on T.V.
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I regret actually watching certain televised events. Does that count?
posted by Ruth | Monday 23rd of April 2007 9:55 pm

I have not owned a TV since 1995, and there is a very short gap between then and now where anything I would regret missing I could instantly watch on YouTube or more slowly acquire through sketchy bittorrent networks (both became readily available to me circa 2005). During that little gap there I get the sense that some important things might have happened, but I was left out of the loop. I guess the only thing that really qualifies is the finale of Newhart, where Bob wakes up and realizes it was a dream. I've still never seen that episode. P.S. [AMENDED] Based on *two* random image(s), I think the Drive-Thru CAPTCHAs will go over much better than the Celebs.
posted by | Monday 23rd of April 2007 10:45 pm

PBS programs that aren't on iTunes or otherwise online!
posted by David | Monday 23rd of April 2007 11:05 pm

Super Sloppy Double Dare! I even wish that show would com out on DVD so I can buy it. 90% of TV shows today SUCK! It's disgusting!
posted by Splatman | Monday 23rd of April 2007 11:14 pm


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everything before i was born (1988)
posted by Johnathan | Monday 23rd of April 2007 11:31 pm

The last episode of Family Matters. I friggin cried when I couldn't see it.
posted by Guy | Monday 23rd of April 2007 11:49 pm


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Last episode of M*A*S*H* And sorry bro, but these CAPTCHAS simply bite my ass
posted by endonesia | Tuesday 24th of April 2007 12:21 am

Dude you made this captcha thing too damn specific! Is it In-N-Out Burger, in n out burger, in n out, in-n-out?? make the name EXACTLY like the name so that we can actually comment. Anyway, now that i've been a tool and totally discounted my memory, i couldn't watch gremlins or the he-man movie because my parents were too strict and wouldn't let me.. so i had to pretend that i had seen it when i hadn't
posted by | Tuesday 24th of April 2007 12:56 am

I regret missing the O.J. freeway chase. But not too badly, ok not really at all. testing after a whole day down
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WORKING AGAIN
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Hey Cockerham, your captchas SUCK! I think that you don't care about TV programs, you are just doing some (probably paid) research on spam control for websites with these stupid surveys. Why don't you go back to posting something interesting and entertaining instead?????
posted by Dogmeat | Tuesday 24th of April 2007 8:11 pm

I missed the first 4 episodes of Eureka 7. Drat!
posted by James H | Tuesday 24th of April 2007 8:21 pm

Also, I missed the episode of Sesame Street when Mr. Hooper died. They showed it on Thanksgiving day and my damn parents yelled at me to come and eat. They just didn't get it. Bastards! PS the capcha is cool! Anyone who can't identify fast food has no place commenting on a pop-cult website. Beeyaches!!!
posted by James H | Tuesday 24th of April 2007 8:26 pm

Much better captcha. I didn't exactly miss it, but I was too young to appreciate the televised first step of man on the moon. I sat there bored stiff and begged my parents to change the channel. Ditto the Watergate hearings. Every single night we watched them and my sister and I complained. I would have loved to witness the breaking drama now, as an adult.
posted by Holly | Tuesday 24th of April 2007 8:44 pm

The world premier of Iron Chef America
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I regret not getting hooked on Mythbusters earlier.
posted by Patrick Francis | Tuesday 24th of April 2007 9:49 pm

Not adding more television, I just wanted to point out that despite being BORN in 1984 I still did not miss Weird Al's "Eat It" video premiere because my brother recorded it. Booyah!
posted by Mr. E | Tuesday 24th of April 2007 10:11 pm

Square Pegs
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Square Pegs
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I worked the night shift at the job i had in 2001 and when i woke up around noon on Sept 11, the WTC towers had both already fallen.
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posted by FUCK YOU COCKERHAM | Tuesday 24th of April 2007 11:12 pm

Jack-In-The-Box is a poor choose for a CAPTCHAs. Most people outside of California don't know what Jack-In-The-Box is.
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