I have a habit of re-watching TV-shows (as in, from pilot to end), and it seems like some shows just never let go of the grip they have on me. In fact, there are a lot of shows I re-watch every other year or so, and I cry at the end every time, if the show has an end. Today, it was 'Six feet under' that once again lured me into watching the pilot, which to me is like giving beer to a recovering alcoholic. This will be the third time I completely watch it through, if I do, but there are plenty others I have seen again and again. Why is that? Apart from 'Six feet under', some shows I can't let go of are Bones, My Name Is Earl, Scrubs, That 70's show, and a small, six-episodes long tv show that had horrible quality and got cancelled, and can only be found on youtube with severe lag in the sound. Didn't bother me much when I was younger, but my not-so-inner nerd cringes every time I try now. There are more, but I can't remember the names right now. (I also keep trying to re-watch 'The Tribe', but the lack of quality in EVERYTHING keeps throwing me off within the first six episodes.) There are a lot of films I keep watching also, and I do the same as with my tv-shows: I wait at least a year, and watch them at a different season than last time, and then I compare my perception of it to the last time I saw it. What shows and films do you guys keep returning to? And how do your perception of them compare to last time? Last time I re-watched 'six feet under', I experienced the show completely differently than I had done a few years before. I think it is both due to aging and being in a different situation in life than last time, and I'm curious to see how it will affect me this time. I know one thing for sure, though: I will cry like a baby when I watch the final episode.