TV Finales We Wish Marco Rubio Tweeted About

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Marco Rubio, Florida’s very junior senator, doesn’t exactly strike me as a deep thinker.

My suspicions were confirmed when Rubio tweeted a head-scratching, no-sense-making tweet during Sunday’s “Mad Men” series finale. While most people were offering up praise for the AMC show, others were expressing their sadness that the Don Draper drama was coming to a conclusion, Rubio gave us this:

Marco Rubio tweeted a "Mad Men" non-sequitur Sunday, but we couldn't help but wonder how he'd respond to the finales of other hit television shows. (Twitter photo)
Marco Rubio tweeted a ‘Mad Men’ non-sequitur Sunday, but we couldn’t help but wonder how he’d respond to the finales of other hit television shows. (Twitter photo)

The end of an era … indeed. Does Rubio realize the show was about a sociopathic ad man set against the backdrop of social and political upheaval and extreme sexism? Good times. But Rubio’s non-sequitur tweet got me thinking. How would he respond to other television shows as they met their broadcasting ends? Let’s find out:

“Family Matters” (1989-1998)


“The Sopranos” (1999-2007)


“The Golden Girls” (1985-1992)


“Cheers” (1982-1993)


“The Cosby Show” (1984-1992)


“Mr. Belvedere” (1985-1990)


“Perfect Strangers” (1986-1993)



“Sabrina the Teenage Witch” (1996-2003)


“The Love Boat” (1977-1987)



“Mork & Mindy” (1978-1982)


“She’s the Sheriff” (1987-1989)


Brock Thompson is a contributing journalist for TheBlot Magazine

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