So here's the deal, it's possible that I'm in the process of becoming the "Queen of Crazy Questions". I'm not saying "padded room" type crazy, just the things that are occasionally left unconsidered or overlooked. What can I say? Color me curious and laugh at the fact that I live in a world that celebrates lateral thinking which isn't necessarily applied to problem solving alone. Tonight's question (like others I've pondered) comes from a moment of clarity when something just pops into my head and I can't move on from it without putting it out there for some kind of consideration. So with that in mind, what shows did you fall in love with only to watch them be cancelled; leaving you melting like the cake in rainy MacArther's Park (reference to an old 60's song that I heard a couple bars of the other day and is also now stuck in my head... and yes, it's a bloody mess in here!). Once again, in no particular order and as always subject to change: Firefly (because if nothing else, Rev. Book's background is going to haunt me to my grave). Almost Human (because it had everything and required a lot of mental juggling just to keep up). King & Maxwell (chemistry, a great sense of humor and a perfect cast). Cracked (OK so it actually got two seasons but the second was short and it is my list after-all). Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (see Almost Human & Cracked... and yes, clearly I'm cheating!). The Unusuals (Jeremy Renner and some of the funniest cop stories ever). Gravity (Brilliant Sci-Fi marketed as, well... some other kind of schlock). Cuffs (Amanda Abbington cop show set in Brighton. Bingable & brilliant). Missing (Ashley Judd & Sean Bean, it should have grown legs and run!). Awake (Jason Isaacs and a mind-bending story about life & death). And in case your curious, I stream my TV on an Amazon Fire TV Box with KODI installed on it so I get access to any number of shows I would never have known about otherwise... which isn't cheating because I outright refused to keep funding shows about the Kardashians and "Housewives" so cutting my cable box still feels like a win!