4. Two And A Half Men
This show must either be a robot from the future sent back in time to kill Sarah Connor or have made a deal with no less than seven devils to have survived this long. I can't think of a single person that legitimately likes this show, but here it stands, week after week, somehow immune to both the chopping block and good taste. I have a long-held belief that if a show stays on the air long enough it has the potential to become brilliant accidentally. If you write enough jokes, some of them have to be good. That's just basic statistics. But I think Two and a Half Men would have to be on the air for another few centuries before it makes anybody laugh. Terrible behind-the-scenes activity aside, it's about time Jon Cryer and his constantly-Fluxuating crew of crazies got the Viking funeral they sort-of deserve.