Favorite Sit-Coms?

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  1. King of Queens.
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  2. Two and a Half Men
  3. The Office, That 70's Show, Drake and Josh, That's So Raven.

    some more I can't think of.
  4. The Simpsons, Friends, Only Fools and Horses, Mr. Bean, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Parks and Rec
  5. Workaholics
  6. Red Dwarf is the greatest of all time.

  7. #7 Centipede Hz, May 31, 2016
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    Mostly British ones, I have always found american sitcoms over the top and not funny at all but I do enjoy american comedy films though.

    Friends(up to series 5 or 6) well written early on, very witty and loads of classic scenes from all the main and even minor characters. chandler was my fav loved his sarcastic one liners and phoebe I liked a lot because of her weirdness.
    Everybody loves raymond- Raymonds dad was the best thing in this very good actor who I have enjoyed in other things, there was other great moments for other chracters too.

    Only fools and horses- characters you could identify with and the humour was honest and came from he struggles of every day life.
    Blackadder - Brilliant idea well executed
    Porridge-Timeless sitcom from the 70's
    Peep Show -The best sitcom of the past 15 years in Britain, very intellengent and loads of laugh out load moments.
    Inbetweeners -Bus wankers
    Father Ted -madcap
    IT Crowd -madcap
    Red Drawf - cult sci fi and I do not like that type of genre but this very funny
    Mr Bean- Clever despite have almost no dialogue in it
    Fawlty Towers- A mad comedy
    Black books
  8. Blackadder, keeping up appearances, Father Ted, Full House, Mr Bean, Allo' allo' to name a few
  9. Futurama
    The Whitest Kids U'Know
    Rules of Engagement
  10. Frasier. I probably have the entire show memorized. I think the best cartoon sitcom was easily Futurama. British would be Blackadder. "Baldrick you wouldn't see a subtle plan if it painted itself purple and danced naked on a harpsichord singing 'Subtle plans are here again.'"
  11. Everybody Loves Raymond, My Name is Earl, Malcolm in the Middle, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Seinfeld, King of Queens, Charles in Charge, and ALF are just a few of my favorite.
  12. The ones I have watched and liked : King of Queens, Rosanne, Hot in Cleveland, Everybody Loves Raymond, Reba, The Middle, The Golden Girls, The New Adventures of Old Christine, I Love Lucy, Bewitched, and more I can't think of.
  13. Coach
    Married With Children
    30 Rock
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  14. I forgot that one! And it is one of the best too.
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