Ready to join the TV binge-watching trend? Here are a few suggested shows on which to gorge: "Breaking Bad": The drug drama that many consider to be the best show going right now airs its final episodes this summer. A few cram sessions will allow you to catch up and be in the know. "Friday Night Lights": Too many of you missed this remarkably moving series the first time around. Embrace it with clear eyes and full hearts, and you can't lose. "Game of Thrones": There are so many characters and plot lines in this incredible fantasy epic that it's actually preferable to watch it in a highly abbreviated period than to risk losing track of things over the regular, drawn-out schedule. "Mad Men": A prime drinking-game candidate: Take a sip of something every time Don Draper does something shady. "Arrested Development": Acquaint yourself with the wickedly offbeat antics of the Bluth family in time for the release of 14 brand new episodes on Netflix in May. "Freaks and Geeks": See the endearing high school dramedy where Judd Apatow started to come into his own and the show that launched the careers of James Franco, Seth Rogen, Jason Segel and others. "Scandal": The pace of this Beltway drama is crazy-stupid fast on a week-to-week basis. Just think what it will feel like over a single weekend. "The Sopranos": Gobble up the mob classic over heaping helpings of wine and ziti. But even now, don't expect the end to make sense. "24": Make like Jack Bauer and mow through any single season of this adrenaline-charged series in a 24-hour period. Bonus points if you can do it without a bathroom break.