- Published on Thursday, May 17 2012
- Written by Yasmina Jackson
When watching TV shows, I often think ‘Wouldn’t it be amazing if this show crossed over with another?’ Come on, we’ve all done it! Here are some shows that I would love to see combine their already individually amazing selves to make something twice as awesome!
"Modern Family" and "The Middle"
Already two of the best comedies on television, the pure madness that would occur if the Pritchett-Dunphy clan clashed with The Hecks could potentially be comedic gold. Personally, I would love to see Phil chew the fat with Mike, while Claire and Frankie clash over their respective broods. Manny and Brick could probably provide some of the biggest laughs, with their not-so-childlike awkwardness and bookish ways.
"Buffy The Vampire Slayer" and "True Blood"
Okay, a bit of an obvious one, but wouldn’t it be interesting to see how Buffy would cope in a world where vampires are now a big part of society? Moreover, she and Sookie could compare stories about falling in love with brooding, handsome vampires, while trying to tackle crazy witches and other naughty supernaturals who want to cause chaos in Bon Temps. A crossover that many would like to sink their teeth into! (Pun intended!)
"Once Upon A Time" and "Game Of Thrones"
Now, for the former show, I propose that the fairy tale characters head to the land where "Winter Is Coming". What a hoot it would be to see the Evil Queen possibly try to bond with King Joffrey or anybody trying to gain power (that would be pretty much everybody!), while Snow White could probably join forces with anyone who is trying not to get caught up in the war for the Iron Throne (that would be nobody then!).
"Criminal Minds" and "Leverage"
The idea of seeing the BAU chase after Nate and co. is too bonkers to not happen. What I would really like to see, though, is each group come together to catch the bad guys. The dynamics would be interesting to see too: how would Hotch and Rossi really cope with Nate’s methods? The pairings that would catch my eye would be Elliott and Morgan (alpha males unite!), Parker and Reid (who doesn’t love the socially awkward?), and Hardison and Garcia (best hackers on TV, bar none).
"Boardwalk Empire" and "The Sopranos"
So, taking away from the fact that we have no idea what happened to Tony at the very end of "The Sopranos", what we could possibly have is some crazy time-travel plot, where he and his friends clash with the mighty Nucky Thompson, to gain power and possibly change the course of history. These two heavyweights call for epic television!
Yasmina Jackson is a London-based blogger, with a penchant for good music and quality television. You can follow her on Twitter@yassiesj86.
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