This past week, I went down to Kentucky to see my Dad on Thanksgiving. Dad lives in the Bowling Green area, where there's only two TV stations: WBKO-13 (ABC with Fox and The CW on their digital subchannels) and WNKY-40 (NBC with CBS subchannel). WBKO-13 is very exceptional, especially for a small-market station. But sadly, WNKY is an abortion. The video quality is quite poor, they only have a small weather department (with a dog named Radar) and no news bureau and sometimes when they run NBC, there's no audio. All last week, they showed the tail end of the countdown that alerts affiliates when Nightly News begins. Also, I swear to God, ever since they became NBC seven years ago (they were Fox from 1992-2001), they've had maybe six logos. Even the logo they have on their website is different than the logos they use on the air. Even worse, WNKY is owned by Max Media, which is partially owned by Pat Robertson (yes, The 700 Club). That show airs on their CBS subchannel. Luckily, I live in Grand Rapids where, yes, even the stations here make mistakes now and then (FTR, WOOD-TV 8 aired the beginning of Nightly News with the vertical hold out of whack Monday night). We do, however have a religious/family entertainment station, WLLA-64 whose video/sound quality sucks ass. So, what was the worst TV station you've ever watched? Discuss.