Republicans vs. Democrats TV: Lefties want comedy, right wingers like work -- EXCLUSIVE


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Weeds (Showtime): Female-centered drama, lots of drug use and a morally murky antihero help make this show the lowest-ranked series among righties.
The Daily Show With Jon Stewart and The Colbert Report (Comedy Central): But not disliked equally. Republicans prefer Colbert between the two (maybe some pretend he’s being serious).
South Park (Comedy Central): Aww, South Park is an equal opportunity offender! But, again, media-darling sarcastic comedies tend to be a turn-off.
TMZ (syndication)
General Hospital (ABC)
Family Guy (Fox)
Dexter (Showtime): Again, that antihero thing…
Jersey Shore (MTV)
The Walking Dead (AMC): Really? But it’s about the Apocalypse!

Also: Divorce Court (syndi), The Big C (Showtime), Let’s Make a Deal (CBS), Bridezillas (WE), My Fair Wedding With David Tutera (WE), Don’t Forget the Lyrics (VH1).

Swamp Loggers
(Discovery): What are they doing on this show, feeding Nancy Pelosi to alligators?
Dog the Bounty Hunter (A&E) and COPS (syndication): “Question authority.”
The Ultimate Fighter (Spike TV): Conservatives can make their own “cut and run” jokes
The Price Is Right (CBS): Annnnd a budget-crisis joke.
CSI: Miami (CBS)
Kitchen Nightmares (Fox): Odd. Who doesn’t like a clean kitchen?
Secret Life of the American Teenager (ABC Family): Not popular among stalwart Republicans either.
Ghost Hunters (Syfy), Ghost Adventures (Travel Channel) and The Haunted (Animal Planet): Libs don’t believe in an afterlife? Or just don’t believe in shaky night-vision reality shows that claim to prove an afterlife?

Also: Operation Repo (TruTV), Swamp People (History), Hardcore Pawn (TruTV), River Monsters (Animal Planet), Deadliest Catch (Discovery), Only in America With Larry the Cable Guy (History), Storm Chasers (Discovery), Billy the Exterminator (A&E), Deal or No Deal (GSN), Forensic Files (TruTV), Dirty Jobs (Discovery).

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