We happen to enjoy Tosh.0 - and he is the highest rated show on Comedy Central that isn't a fake news broadcast.
I enjoy Pawn Stars for the history as well. I have learned a ton from watching that show. So it's always on the DVR.
I watched a few episodes of Mail Call, and I like the Gunny, but that show fell into the same problem that Future Weapons ran into. There is only so much you can tell people about a weapon system or a vehicle. Unless they can play with it, or drive it, shoot it or take it apart themselves, it kind of just becomes "And here is product X, this is what it does, here's me shooting/triggering/driving/testing it" Ta Dah!!
Anything having to do with Trucking / Logging or Baking is a complete waste of my life. Sorry.
I know how to drive a truck, I choose not to do it in stupid conditions and risk my life.
I know how to fall a tree properly, I don't need to see people trying to race their way through a stand of trees to be first to market and endanger the lives of their crew in the process.
Top Everything (Chef, Cake Maker, Resturant, Shot, Model, Bachelor/Bachelorette, Singer, Dancer, Comedian ) can suck it. They ALL make me want to scratch an itch in the back of my mouth with the barrel of a loaded shotgun.
Honest to God there are very few "good' shows on anymore, which is why we find ourselves going back through Amazon and Netflix finding old series that rated high and watching them instead.
Currently loving: The Wire; Dirty Sexy Money; Reaper (which is campy fun ) and shows on Showtime like Dexter.
Other than Justified & Chicago Code (which won't last) I can't think of anything that is recording "new" nightly that I care about.
When are Burn Notice, Leverage and Marshall Marshal coming back?