Are Samsung lcd TVs better than sony?

Samsung is better because it has a incredible picture & it feels like the sounds are coming from the same room as you.

Sony is a world class leader in technology for the professional realm as well as the consumer level in entertainment. Their expertise in digital video and sound processing drives the film and broadcast industry from start to finish - the conceptual stage, through filing, editing, manufacturing, and finally enjoying at home on your TV. Sony is a trusted brand for its quality, reliability, but most importantly for it's image accuracy. Ask any industry professional what brand they use to review quality and Sony is the first choice for a reason.

Also, parts of sony TVs are samsung parts. Samsung is 1,000,000 times better than sony.

Likely the small amount of flash memory similar to that which you find in virtually any electronic device. Samsung is the world leader in flash memory production.

Up until 2008, Sony was buying LCD screen's from Samsung then putting their logo on them to sell it for a higher price. People who still cling onto Sony's are idiots.....

This is incorrect, in fact Sony and Samsung do business together 50/50 in a joint venture called S-LCD Corporation. This 3rd part company was formed as a LCD panel manufacturing operation that would supply the needs of the two companies. Neither company supplies the other for LCD panels; the panel is only one part of a tv, the processing engine is what drive that LCD panel. Though the raw panels come from the same factory, Sony and Samsung panels do often in feature different specifications. None of this has ever been a secret...

Now Sony buy's their LCD screen's from Sharp....

Also Incorrect. Yes Sony and Sharp have an agreement, but no Sony is not acquiring any panels from Sharp. Early 2009 Sony recently reached a similar agreement to the existing S-LCD offshoot, this time with Sharp for a 60/40 split in Sharps recent 10th generation production plant. Sharp would have the controlling share in this case. Because Sharp has been making the raw LCD for so long it is able to make panels of larger sizes than anyone else, meaning falling prices on larger screens. Raw parts at good cost driven by Sony's advanced processing and lighting systems equals a win.

This however hasn't happened yet, effectively put on hold due to the economic downturn and overstock of current LCD parts. Add to that the plant construction has been put on hold due to financial costs. Stay tuned...

Samsung is the best TV brand in the world, why else would Sony be buying LCD panels from them?

see above.