Been meaning to ask: Do you use Hulu.com, the online TV website? It's terrific for a couple of reasons. You can catch up on recent episodes of shows you missed/forgot to DVR (Friday Night Lights, Family Guy, Fringe, name-your-poison and those are just under "F"). It also has delightfully random store of old TV shows. Currently I am on an Alfred Hitchcock Presents jag; it's exhilarating to watch crisply acted, tightly-plotted half-hours that remain clever and suspenseful (I highly recommend "Arthur," starring Laurence Harvey as a chicken farmer [!] who murders his girlfriend.)
Hulu offers movies, too, but I find its television library to be far more diverse and enticing. It is the place to go to remind yourself how funny the puns were on Rocky & Bullwinkle & Friends, how simultaneously cool and un-cool James Garner was in The Rockford Files, how luminous Elizabeth Montgomery was on Bewitched. You can decide whether you have fond memories of St. Elsewhere or Square Pegs because of lingering nostalgia, or because they were actually good. It's also a site to experience the unknown, and by the unknown, I mean Johnny Sokko and His Flying Robot, which truly must be seen to be (dis)believed. And may I recommend The Tick? (The live-action version, not the cartoon.)
Hulu has Arrested Development. Even if you're pleased as punch that you don't own a TV, you owe it to yourself to watch that.