All My Circuits (Futurama) – long-running robot melodrama
Skirmish (I’m Alan Partridge) – military-based quiz show on UK Conquest, presented by Alan Partridge
The Sideboob Hour (Family Guy) – reasonably self-explanatory
Everybody Loves Hypnotoad (Futurama) – reasonably self-explanatory
Tlentifini Maarhaysu (Look Around You) – reasonably self-explanatory. (I’m not sure whether it’s meant to be a regular series or just a special event for St. Frankenstein’s Day – it is broadcast before the St. Frankenstein’s Day service at Dracula’s Cathedral)
Terrence and Phillip (South Park) – Canada’s most famous exports are best known for their gross-out humour, but they do occasionally foray into drama – as in the suspense-filled Not Without My Anus.
Albi the Racist Dragon (Flight of the Conchords) – everyone’s favourite racist (not any more!) dragon teaches Bret and Jemaine how to be less prejudiced (and that dragon tears turn into jelly beans).
Monkfish (The Fast Show) – fast-paced drama about a tough, uncompromising detective/doctor/Spanish detective/veterinarian/pair of detective identical twins. His old-fashioned, chauvinist values may have fallen out of favour in recent years, but boy, he knows how to get results (we assume – we only ever see the bit where he rushes to the crime scene and tells a random woman to put her knickers on and make him a cup of tea).
Skanky Housewives (Rick and Steve) – animated parody with none of the plausible storylines, likeable characters or good taste that Desperate Housewives was burdened with.
Queen of Jordan (30 Rock) – can something really be called a parody when it’s less ridiculous than the show it’s parodying (The Real Housewives of Atlanta)? Nevertheless, I WOULD WATCH THAT.
Cookie Party (The Sarah Silverman Program) – it’s about cookies. Viewers get to phone in and vote for their favourite cookie. And that’s it. Every woman I know would watch this.
Pet Surprise (Black Books) – Pet Surprise? What’s that? Oh you know the thing, they take the dog out for a walk, it thinks it’s a normal walk, but when they come back, the kennel has a patio and french doors, and they take the blindfold off, and he’s like “Oh my god!” Who wouldn’t watch that?
Estonia’s X Factor (Vic & Bob’s Lucky Sexy Winners) – because these guys won it:
TGS with Tracy Jordan (30 Rock) – mostly for Prince William and Prince: Time-Travelling Fart Detectives, which deserves its own spin-off.
Absolutely anything else from 30 Rock: Los Amantes Clandestinos, Dealbreakers, MILF Island, Bitch Hunter, Are You Stronger Than a Dog?, America’s Next Top Pirate, Right On, The Joey Montero Show, Alfie and Abner, The Gruber Brother and Nipsey, The Vondella Show, America’s Kidz Got Singing, Gold Case, Grizz n’ Hers and God Cop.