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What Are Your Favorite TV Shows?

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Favorite shows is what we're talking about today on "The List". Former President Bill Clinton recently revealed what he recently watched while on a Netflix binge. The former President told actor Kevin Spacey that he watched all of season one of his show "House of Cards" in three days. Spacey says Clinton told him he loves the show that it's so good.

So what other shows are the movers and shakers in D.C. watching these days.  According to Huffington Post here are some of the favs:

"Modern Family"
President Barack Obama & the First Family
Mitt Romney
Vice President Joe Biden

"Parks And Recreation"
The First Family
Vice President Joe Biden, a bit of a disclaimer here, remember when Joe Biden guest starred on "Parks And Recreation"?

"Homeland"
President Barack Obama...And according to Damian Lewis -- who plays Brody on the series -- "I did sort of joke with him that the creators of the show had asked him to give us a heads up on any foreign policy moves so that we could just stay current with Season 2," Lewis told TV Guide. "And he looked me straight in the eye and said, 'I'll be sure to do that.' Didn't bat an eyelid. I found he had a great sense of humor."

"Downton Abbey"
Former Secretary Of State Hillary Clinton who just last week tweeted about the show.

"Scandal"
Former President Bill Clinton...Star Kerry Washington recently told Entertainment Weekly: "Bill Clinton was another person where I was like, ‘What?! You watch 'Scandal'?!"

"Here Comes Honey Boo Boo"
Vice President Joe Biden recently told a radio reporter: "Honey Boo Boo' is not top on my list, but I am aware just, you know by catching snippets on Air Force Two, (that it is) quite a phenomenon."

"Scooby Doo"
New Jersey governor Chris Christie once told a four year old boy "When I was four, my favorite show was Scooby Doo, too," Christie told the boy when he said he loved the cartoon.

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