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Zae~Zae
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My favorite sitcom? Hhhmmmmm. Well,I have more than one. I love the Jeffersons, the Brady Bunch, and the one with Jimmy Walker (What's Happening?). I also have some favorites that are more current like In Living Single, The Parkers, Frasier, Dharma and Greg, Moesha, and Girlfriends.

Those are my favs. What are yours?


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Well, I gotta say Seinfeld is the ultimate. I could watch every episode multiple times and still enjoy it as much as the first.

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Geez maro, when was the last time you posted?

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I too, love seinfeld, but friends is also a definate fave and that 70's show...is the family guy considered a sit com?

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Anyone remember Murphy Brown?

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i remember Murphy Brown ... and the awful argument i got into with my 7th grade computer teacher over "family values." oi.

but i gotta say my fave sitcom of all time is The Simpsons.

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Laverne and Shirley, The Golden Girls, and Popular

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The Simpsons are great because they have so many levels. They came out when I was in 5th grade, and I loved them because parts of the show appealed to my 10-year old sensibility. Then as I got older, I realized that there was far more going on than I had previously realized, and this has continued ever since. All in all, a damned funny show.

And interestingly enough, the first Seinfeld episode I watched in its entirety was the final one. As floor president in my dorms during freshman year of college, I threw a party in my room to watch the final episode. We ended up with 41 people in that tiny room, everyone on everyone else's lap (incidentally, three sets of couples were made as a result of that night); everyone laughing in everyone else's face. It wasa great time, and I began watching the show in reruns after that. Even if some of the shows are dated (such as episodes dealing with the election of Bill Clinton in 1992, or the movie "The English Patient" which came out shortly thereafter), the humor still translates well, and probably will for years to come.

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I didn't know if cartoons like the Simpsons would count. I LOVE the Simpsons and Futurma!!! I can't wait to see their new episode Sunday!
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I remember Murphy Brown as the first place I learned what gay was!!!!!!!!!! That's how young and innocent I was! My favourite sitcom would have to be The Family Guy(if that counts) Ellen, Just Shoot Me, News Radio or Frasier!!!! I watch a lot of sitcoms. But you know what's even funnier than sitcoms? Billy Connolly Live!!!!!1
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How in the name of God did I forget the Simpsons?????
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It's a tie between a few definite shows- Bewitched, Three's Company and The Brady Bunch!!! I could watch hours and hours and hours of Bewitched and Three's Companyand The Brady Bunch. I've seen every single Brady Bunch episode, and I could tell you every conflict that went on in all of them.

Whenever I was younger I would record Bewitched and I Dream of Jeanie and take them over to my Grandparents house because I was that bored. I LOVE old shows. I Love Lucy, The Munsters, anything on Nick-at-Nite or TVLand. If you don't get those shows call your cable operator right away!

(edited because I forgot the Brady Bunch XD)

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Friends, Friends, Friends, and more Friends! I love love love love that show to death!

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Taking a cue from Slayer_Gurl, I'd say that something even funnier than sitcoms is 1970s-era Steve Martin stand-up routines.

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(Edited because I'm a silly double poster)

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I like Frasier actually-it's perfect for curling up in front of the telly on a long night in. Alone. And miserable, working my way through the My Family/Friends/Will and Grace/Frasier marathon that is Friday night viewing. I'm so sad.

I also like Dad's Army, just for the warm cuddly feeling it gives me inside. It's an old British sitcom about the home guard in World War Two, and it's one of those things that has just always been on, everyone knows about, and I can watch with my grandparents and we all laugh at the same places. Awww.

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British sitcom: Spaced. A tremendous satire with multiple film references and wonderfully insane characters. Not at all cuddly though.

American sitcom: Frasiar. Divine characters and some plots that in my opinion rival Shakespearian comedies of errors.

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Friends is definitely the all-time best TV show. I could and do watch every episode over and over. I also like Dharma & Greg, The Brady Bunch, and TVLand is definitely an important channel to have!
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Seinfeld for sure. They used to show repeats every night here.

I'm not mutch for sitcoms though.

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Yes, the Simpsons and Seinfeld get my vote too.
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The one with Jimmy Walker was Good Times. Also had Esther Rolle and Janet Jackson in it.
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Good Times! That's what I was trying to think of. After awhile, I start confusing names.


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drew cary, dharma and greg, 91210, golden girls, and anyday now.

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Another fantastically funny show (at times) was the Canadian sketch comedy show Kids in the Hall. It still runs in this nation in reruns.

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Ohhh! The Newhart show! Silly silly silly!
And on the British tip- The League of Gentlemen AND The Young Ones. Hilarious!

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Absolutely Fabulous, or The Simpsons, I guess. My TV is a Commodore monitor, and is much more likely to be used with my Amiga or Intellivision, so I really don't watch much TV.

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Mmm...when I watch TV I make it count. ;]

Seinfeld, Frasier, The Simpsons, Third Rock From the Sun. All incredibly-well written, though The Simpsons' writers have obviously been on crack for the past two seasons, which are slipping into crapitude.


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Every night I watch an hour of Cheers and an hour of All In The Family. Polar opposites in terms of being PC and tolerant, but I like them just the same.
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my favorite sitcom would have to be that 80's show. so funny. i also love golden girls, boston public, will and grace, friends, off centre, the parkers...stuff like that. lol, my parents are argueing about something so dumb...my mom is mad cause she needs some dr. pepper and my dad is mad cause he wants her to get him his coffee. eh, i am never getting married..lol

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Definitely Friends for me :-)
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Right now, I am into watching American Idol and Joe Millionaire. They are not exactly sitcoms but I love those shows!
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friends and will & grace, all the way. :D

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I'm with sachie!!! FRIENDS and WIL AND GRACE!!!!!! But... my favorite cartoon is definately the Simpsons!!!

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