As we head into the final days of the year, we've begun reflecting on the past year of television with one question in mind: Which show was your favorite in 2009?
Were you happily bewildered by Lost's time-tripping fifth season? Did comedies such as How I Met Your Mother and The Office make you laugh harder than ever? Did new series like NCIS: Los Angeles and The Vampire Diaries earn a spot in your weekly TV lineup? Did cable dramas like Sons of Anarchy and Dexter keep you riveted?
As you think back on these and many other worthy shows (Battlestar Galactica already seems so far away), we want to know: What is your favorite TV show of 2009?
Share your picks (and tell us why you love your top show) in the comments after the jump
Jon Gosselin and Hailey Glassman on Entertainment Tonight
Has Jon Gosselin had it with Hailey Glassman?
The 32-year-old father of eight fought with Glassman, 22, during a joint interview with Entertainment Tonight, and then stormed off the set.
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"We're going to take a break and decide," Gosselin said to ET's Mary Hart. "We'll let Hailey decide on what she wants to do. ... My life is so hectic right now I have to concentrate on my own decisions. ... Maybe she wants to go get a job. Maybe she wants to date other people. Maybe she wants to experience life. Live on her own and do her own things. I don't know. If I was 22, I would ...
Thanks for your comments once again. I have a lot of thoughts about Monday's show, so let's get right down to it.
First of all, I thought I was in the Twilight Zone because I didn't understand what was happening and what was going on with the results. Don't get me wrong. I love everybody there, but the judges were not making any sense at all and that bothered me.
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CBS Consumer Products announced the upcoming release of video games based on those shows as well as...