Let's get right to it, shall we?
1. Saved by the Bell: The College Years
Because as much as as I'm sure Zack and Kelly loved their lab, no one likes a class after 5 p.m.
First of all, fake sororities and fraternities. Second of all, who get's dressed in business casual gear for a 9 a.m. class? Exactly. No one.
3. Boy Meets World - Seasons 6 and 7
I don't remember ever sitting in the lounge to actually lounge. I mean, I don't think I've ever not gone into the lounge to study. Interesting.
4. Blue Mountain State
While it does depict sports pretty well, it seems to have a big discrepancy: 24 hour hazing rituals. I mean, at least, I don't have those at my school.
5. Friday Night Lights
There's a lot of talk in this show about scholarships and attending college, there is no way a college-level coach would ditch the college level to go back to the high school-level coaching. It just doesn't seem right.
6. How I Met Your Mother
I'm preeeeetty sure that college students don't just smoke all day. I could be wrong though.
7. Veronica Mars
Since when do college students make good private investigators? I mean, I guess it makes sense. They're pretty good at hiding things from their parents. But still...
While the show is based off its writer's own experiences, I find it very unlikely that a billionaire, a lying lawyer, a single mother, an injured athlete who lost his scholarship, an activist, the dean of the school and a teacher/eventual student would become a close knit group. But then again, I could be wrong. And the show's great anyway, so who cares?
I'm sure there are others, but these are just to knock a few off your list of shows that don't show college the way it actually is.
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