TV.com’s Top 100 Everything of 2009

TVComLogo.jpgTV.com is done revealing its Top 100 Everything of 2009 list, after releasing 10 entries at a time. The complete list follows:

100. Vincent Chase’s return to fame on Entourage.
99. The ridiculously good-looking cast and historical accuracy of The Tudors.
98. Craig Ferguson’s 1,000th show.
97. The way everything always works out on CSI.
96. Archie Panjabi on The Good Wife.
95. Tina Fey’s hair on 30 Rock.
94. Ronnie getting evicted on Big Brother.
93. Walter Bishop’s smoothie obsession on Fringe.
92. The campy “men” chorus that accompanies every scene change on Two and a Half Men.
91. NBC risking its hide with the underappreciated Kings.
90. The New Adventures of Old Christine‘s grade-A guest stars.
89. Everything Brian Van Holt says on Cougar Town.
88. Cats 101 on Animal Planet.
87. Jon Hamm on 30 Rock.
86. How I Met Your Mother‘s “Hell No” Harmony.
85. Brick whispering to himself on The Middle.
84. South Park‘s “Butters’ Bottom Bitch” episode.
83. Ron Swanson’s mustache on Parks and Recreation.
82. Gibbs’ terrorist-killing snipe in the season-seven premiere of NCIS.
81. Damages casts two of our favorite actors from The Wire.
80. Dennis’ and Mac’s breakup on It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
79. Jeff and his unique vocabulary on Big Brother.
78. Conan O’Brien.
77. Drugs! Drugs! Drugs!
76. Nip/Tuck‘s season-six promo.
75. True Blood‘s Fellowship of the Sun.
74. Grey’s Anatomy‘s “Give Peace a Chance” episode.
73. TNT saving Southland.
72. The Daily Show wins, again.
71. Chris Noth’s return to TV.


70. Danny Gokey not making the final two on American Idol.
69. Tattooed Under Fire on PBS.
68. Davis’ pot-laced one-liners on Accidentally on Purpose.
67. Taylor Swift’s Saturday Night Live monologue song.
66. Drea de Matteo on Desperate Housewives.
65. Holly Hunter’s gym body on Saving Grace.
64. Alec Baldwin’s Hulu ad.
63. The Internet’s favorite T-shirt appears on The Office.
62. Robert Knepper on Heroes.
61. House‘s Huddy hook-up.
60. Lem and Phil on Better Off Ted.
59. Mac vs. PC ads.
58. Titus Welliver.
57. Intervention.
56. The finale of Battlestar Galactica.
55. Lisa Kudrow’s wacko Web Therapy.
54. The Situation.
53. The MLB Network.
52. Al Gore on 30 Rock—again.
51. The CW’s OMG Moment of the Year.
50. The “Earthling” episode of Fringe.
49. 30 Rock‘s Kathy Geiss as Susan Boyle.
48. Jessalyn Gilsig’s awfulness on Glee.
47. Fred Willard as Phil Dunphy’s dad on Modern Family.
46. Laura’s exit on Big Brother.
45. Stephen Colbert’s Baghdad crew cut.
44. The Mighty Boosh Special Edition DVD set.
43. Idris Elba on The Office.
42. Ken Burns’ The National Parks: America’s Best Idea.
41. The euthanasia of Jon & Kate.
40. 10 Things I Hate About You.
39. Tom DeLay on Dancing with the Stars.
38. Kristen Wiig.
37. The Firefly reference on Castle.
36. Oscar’s dance moves during Jim and Pam’s wedding on The Office.
35. Russell on Survivor: Samoa.
34. Neil Patrick Harris hosting the Emmys.
33. Enver Gjokaj.
32. The “That’s racist!” bit on Community.
31. Curb Your Enthusiasm‘s Seinfeld reunion.
30. Parks and Recreation steps it up.
29. Lie to Me‘s “Honey” episode.
28. Jon Stewart vs. anyone.
27. Josh Holloway steps up his acting game on Lost.
26. Will Arnett and David Cross, reunited.
25. Kanye West: the interruption heard ’round MTV.
24. Louis CK rants on Conan O’Brien.
23. The way Dexter‘s Deb says “motherf**k.”
22. Craig Ferguson’s “Why Everything Sucks” monologue.
21. TV when we want it.
20. Aaron Paul as Jesse on Breaking Bad.
19. Discovery Channel’s “I Love the World” promo.
18. Mad Men‘s January Jones.
17. Susan Boyle’s first performance on Britain’s Got Talent.
16. Adam Lambert singing “Mad World.”
15. Bones undresses Booth.
14. Stephen Colbert sponsors the U.S. Speedskating Team.
13. Glee.
12. Saturday Night Live‘s “Mother Lover.”
11. Joaquin Phoenix on Late Show.
10. Christopher Walken reads Lady Gaga’s “Poker Face” on BBC1’s Friday Night with Jonathan Ross.
9. John Lithgow on Dexter.
8. It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia‘s “Kitten Mittens.”
7. Abed as Batman on Community.
6. Mad Men‘s costumes and props.
5. Supernatural‘s fake “Changing Channels” opening credits.
4. Daniel Frickin’ Faraday.
3. Jane Lynch on Glee.
2. David Letterman’s on-air confession.
1. The Modern Family pilot.