There are just some shows that downright sucked after a while. Then there are some that just produced too many seasons to be worth it. I know some of you are diehard completists but the rest of us have to draw a line in our wallets. -The Simpsons: As much as I love it, the show now is a shell of what it was and with at least 11 more seasons to go it doesn't seem like I'm gonna follow it to the end. -Moonlighting: From what I've heard, after the infamous Maddie/David hookup, this show tailspinned to crap city. I could be wrong. I've only seen three episodes. -Alias: First two seasons were top-notch character driven action television. I bought the third out of good faith that the fourth would make it worth it. But the fourth sucked even harder so I'm keeping the lonely trio lonely. -Cheers: With eleven seasons and a $30 price tag per pop with zero extras, this isn't going to be worth the trip unless Paramount does a 180 in the extras department. -The West Wing: Perhaps the greatest casualty of all, Sorkin's departure forever crippled the show. The dialogue was unnatural, the show got bogged down in politics, the characters hated each other, and it became something I never thought it could be: boring. Seasons 1-4 were what the show was. Everything that came after was a lie.