Favorite sitcom of your generation?

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Re: Favorite sitcom of your generation?

Post by Bertros » Thu May 23, 2019 7:04 am

Dark Shadows
Rat patrol
Jonny Quest
Wonder Woman (yes, because Linda Carter)
Ren & Stimpy (later, but a household ritual)


just sayin'

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Re: Favorite sitcom of your generation?

Post by whiteribbon » Fri May 24, 2019 6:22 pm

-Seinfeld
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-It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
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-AbFab
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-Parks and Recreation
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just noise, white noise
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Re: Favorite sitcom of your generation?

Post by Cooldude » Fri May 24, 2019 6:44 pm

Sanford and Son.
All in the Family.
The Young Ones.
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Re: Favorite sitcom of your generation?

Post by Seasquatch » Sat May 25, 2019 7:41 pm

Married with Children was my favorite, so over the top and offensive, no matter how big of losers the Bundy's were when it came time to kick ass they cleaned house. And Kelly Bundy :love10:

Night Court was brilliant.

Benny Hill was a God, had some side splitting rolling on the floor crying laughing moments as a kid, Benny and Mad magazine had a big role in the development of my twisted sense of humor.

One I haven't seen mentioned was Soap, I was really young when it aired so most of it went over my head but the guy with the dummy was hilarious, re-watched it when I was older and realized the depth of it, some serious whackball characters on that show, the end recap is classic.

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