Per your Wesley Crusher comment, Damar; there are people who *don't* like him? My gosh, I loved that kid! He was one of my favorites!
I still watch Power Rangers. And I'm not afraid to say it.
I used to watch the My Little Pony tv show as a kid.
I kind of enjoy Star Trek Enterprise. Granted, I'm only on season 1, and not that far in, but so far, it's entertaining enough.
I loved Power Rangers Turbo, which is considered one of the worst seasons of it ever. It almost killed the show.
I loved Justin, the Blue Ranger from Turbo. He's a kid. Many, many fans hated his guts. I liked him.
I prefer Dubs over Subs.
I have never played the Pokemon games. and don't plan to, either.
I hate Walmart. I don't care how cheap their prices are, I hate them. Every time I walk in there, I get such a bad vibe. I've worked in Customer Service for 5 and a half years, and it's blatantly obvious to me that most of the employees at my local walmart hate their job and are treated like crap.
I have never seen The Lord of the Rings trilogy, nor have I read it.
I skipped the first two Harry Potter books and saw the movies instead.
As much as I complain about Peter Molyneux and his Chronic Hyping Disorder, I still buy his games. I still want him to have his mouth duck taped shut, though.
I bought Hulu Plus. And enjoy it.
I like the iPad. Many of my friends make fun of me for having the iPod Giant. But I don't care.
Perhaps the most shocking revelation of all: I'm a closet Justin Bieber fan... I know, it's blasphemy, but to me, not all of his songs are horrible. Plus, his story of success is actually pretty good...
I have never played Chess in my life. And I still don't know how.
I hate SuperBad. with a passion.
I like The Jonas Brothers.
I never actually beat either Ocarina of Time or Majora's Mask. Still love both games and the franchise overall, but I never actually beat the whole games.
I didn't like the Dreamcast.
I liked the entire Matrix Trilogy. All three movies.
I enjoyed the movie August Rush.
I liked X-Men Origins: Wolverine.
I actually liked James Cameron's Avatar.
I see nothing wrong in cheating in video games, as long as they're offline. Cheating in an online game is wrong though, but only because you're playing against another human being somewhere in the world.
Wow... That's... um, a lot lol. I suppose I go against popular opinion a lot, don't I?