See our picks. After Charlie finds out his mom has lung cancer, he and the gang all start a fund raiser to raise money to pay for a treatment which will apparently cure Charlie's mom of her cancer. While at the same time, the gang seems to be wary of the doctor known as Dr.
5. Doctor Jinx
As it returns for the 12th season, we salute a transgressive little juggernaut. Sometimes it feels like an American continuation of the anarchic spirit of The Young Ones, with its squalid setting offset by startlingly meta moments. And sometimes it feels like a blue-collar Curb Your Enthusiasm, pouring scorn on social norms over a deceptively jaunty theme tune. Throughout, it remains both transgressive and ingenious. But its sheer longevity — not many shows reach the hallowed season club — seems to have helped it extend into the public consciousness. By season two, it had snared Danny DeVito as a series regular. Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and DB Weiss two guys you might imagine have quite a lot on their plate wrote a season nine episode, and booked enough vacation time from Westeros to cameo in season 12 as a pair of amusingly indifferent lifeguards.
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