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My top 10 favorite Kinks songs

1. Waterloo Sunset
2. Autumn Almanac
3. See My Friends
4. Come Dancing
5. Apeman
6. Dead End Street
7. Plastic Man
8. Catch Me Now I’m Falling
9. State of Confusion
10. Muswell Hillbillies

Honorable mention to their three successive British #1 hits- You Really Got Me, All Day and All of the Night, and Tired of Waiting For You.
They were heavy, and for 1964-65 considered early Heavy Metal. Great sound, but Ray Davies has written better songs.
 

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Top 10 Muppet Show season two episodes:
  1. Elton John
  2. Steve Martin
  3. John Cleese
  4. Julie Andrews
  5. Edgar Bergen
  6. Milton Berle
  7. Madeline Kahn
  8. Rudolf Nureyev
  9. Cleo Laine
  10. Bob Hope
 

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I was around when these shows were brand new. Having Elton John was a huge score.
At the time, Elton John was as big as the Beatles were in the sixties. The year before he had a #1 hit with “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart”, with Kiki Dee instead of Miss Piggy.
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Now that I've seen all of the Marx Brothers movies (except Love Happy, which I don't expect to see anytime soon.... and besides, it barely counts as a Marx Brothers movie), I'll revise my list of the top ten Marx Brothers movies.


1. Monkey Business
2. Duck Soup
3. A Day at the Races
4. The Big Store
5. A Night at the Opera
6. Horse Feathers
7. Go West
8. Room Service
9. Animal Crackers
10. The Coconuts

And I would rank At the Circus as number 11 and One Night in Cassablanca at 12.
 

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Hey, just because I love musicals doesn’t mean I have to like all of them.

Top 10 least favorite musicals:
1. Dear Evan Hansen
2. Cats
3. My Fair Lady
4. Miss Saigon
5. Thoroughly Modern Millie
6. Carousel
7. No, No Nanette
8. 42nd Street
9. Phantom of the Opera
10. Company

Some of the issues I have with these are that the score and music is really good, but some of the story content runs me the wrong way (I.e racism, sexism, etc) or I just didn’t get the story or I just flat out didn’t like it.
 

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I can’t remember if I posted this. But for his 80 th birthday and still kicking, my top 10 Bob Dylan songs.

1) Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35
2) Hurricane
3) It’s All Over Now Baby Blue
4) Sweetheart Like You
5) If Not For You
6) Tombstone Blues
7) Positively 4th Street
8) Subterranean Homesick Blues
9) Maggie’s Farm
10) Stuck Inside of Mobile With the Memphis Blues Again
 

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I just watched every episode of Seinfeld on Netflix (though I did doze off when some were playing and may not have been paying attention to some episodes... I'm surprised that I struggled to pay attention to most of the first two seasons), so here's my top ten episodes of Seinfeld:

1. The Pitch
2. The Pot Hole
3. The Contest
4. The Chinese Restaurant
5. The Boyfriend
6. The Finale
7. The Hot Tub
8. The Pilot
9. The Lip Reader
10. The Summer of George
 

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Top 10 Muppet Show season two episodes:
  1. Elton John
  2. Steve Martin
  3. John Cleese
  4. Julie Andrews
  5. Edgar Bergen
  6. Milton Berle
  7. Madeline Kahn
  8. Rudolf Nureyev
  9. Cleo Laine
  10. Bob Hope
Not sure why I'm just seeing this now but here's my ranking. I also posted a full season 2 ranking here

01. Zero Mostel
02. Steve Martin
03. Lou Rawls
04. John Cleese
05. Jaye P. Morgan
06. Nancy Walker
07. Peter Sellers
08. Cloris Leachman
09. Bob Hope
10. Elton John
 

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Top ten gags/lines/scenes from the Looney Tunes "hunters trilogy" (Rabbit Fire, Rabbit Seasoning, Duck Rabbit Duck).

1. Elmer season (Rabbit Fire)
2. Daffy's beak spins after being shot (Rabbit Fire)
3. "it isn't 'he doesn't have to shoot you now', it's 'he doesn't have to shoot me now'... WELL I SAY HE DOES HAVE TO SHOOT ME NOW!" (Rabbit Seasoning)
4. Bugs, disguised as the game warden, tells Elmer it's baseball season (Duck Rabbit Duck)
5. Bugs and Daffy dress up as the other species (Rabbit Fire)
6. Bugs dresses as a duck so Daffy tells Elmer "shoot the duck!" (Duck Rabbit Duck)
7. "No more for me, thanks, I'm driving" (Rabbit Seasoning)
8. "Oh no you don't... Not this time... wait until we get home!" (Rabbit Seasoning)
9. Bugs tells Elmer he's using an elephant gun (Rabbit Fire)
10. Daffy insists that Elmer shoot him again and that he enjoys it (Duck Rabbit Duck)

Wow... The three best scenes I listed from Duck Rabbit Duck are practically back-to-back scenes (arguably the same scene, depending on what counts as separate scenes).
 

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Top ten scenes from Brewster's Millions (1985):

1. The video will
2. Brewster goes to a stamp shop
3. Brewster hires a taxi driver
4. Brewster's staff makes a collection to save him from debt
5. Brewster sees his money at the bank
6. Brewster punches Warren
7. Spike tells a player on the other team that the last player whose wife he made fun of had no sense of humor
8. Warren's ex wife finally decorates a room that Brewster really likes - and then has to take it all down
9. Brewster tells Charlie that, after flying in for a long time, that the game is closer than needed, and adds that they now have to take the bus because they won't allow a marching band on the plane
10. The lawyers complain that Brewster paid for national airtime for his campain
 
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