The other day at Sugar HQ, some coworkers and I started talking about whether Joss Whedon's Dollhouse is good (or at least getting better). One colleague said it was just too cheesy and nonsensical at times for her to really stick with it. I was in a different boat: It doesn't matter how many cons there are with Dollhouse, I just can't seem to quit it. It's sort of the opposite of a guilty pleasure, in that there's not a lot of pleasure, but if I stopped watching now, I'd feel too much guilt. I also sometimes feel this way about Private Practice.
So I'm curious: Is this unique to me, or are there shows that you keep watching despite not necessarily always enjoying them? What shows' flaws do you put up with, for some reason, week after week?
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