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FAMILY TIES :]
jennifers hilarious remarks (in the early years)and alex how can you not love him and mallory's dumb moments and the parents were great. didnt everyone wish that was their family? [Big Grin]

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Best British sitcoms has to be Only Fools and Horses and Fawlty Towers,both classic comedy.
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Do I have to pick just one? If so, the Wonder Years.
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quote:
Originally posted by pettyfan:
Do I have to pick just one? If so, the Wonder Years.

Forgot about the Wonder Years,now that really is a timeless program.
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But not a sitcom....

Sitcom as I see it, is 22 min. eps. with laugh track!

Am I wrong??

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Cheers
Night Court
Wonder Years

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Have to go with Night Court.
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I don't really view The Wonder Years as a sitcom either Jay. Great prog tho, caught a couple of episodes the other week and it still holds up well [Smile]

My fave was Roseanne.

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Not really a sitcom, but this is my favorite 80's show ever: MacGyver!

As far as a sitcom....no contest: Married With Children!

[ 23. August 2010, 11:59: Message edited by: 80'sRocked ]

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Oh I loved Married With Children. My fave 80's show ever is Beauty And The Beast.

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[Big Grin]

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But my fav. has to be The Cosby Show

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for me it would be cheers, then night court loved alf but i think that was in the 70's? lol
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Married With Children is the only one I can still laugh at!

Some others may have nostalgic value, but the humour has not dated well, or maybe my sense of humour changed.... that's probably it!

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Sitcom right?


Roseanne
Married With Children
The Cosby Show
Family Ties


- jdocster [Wink]

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quote:
Originally posted by JAY LEE:
But not a sitcom....

Sitcom as I see it, is 22 min. eps. with laugh track!

Am I wrong??

Malcolm in the Middle was a sitcom but it didn't have a laugh track. Sitcom, not a sitcom, whatever. Pardon me. [Roll Eyes]
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Does anybody know about Hey, Dad! That was one of the longest running situation comedies.
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At the time probably Cheers, but now definitely Married...with Children.
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quote:
Originally posted by JAY LEE:
But not a sitcom....

Sitcom as I see it, is 22 min. eps. with laugh track!

Am I wrong??

lol it took me forever to realize what you meant by laugh track lol and yes i guess in a nutshell dats a sitcom [Razz]
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Malcolm in the Middle, Arrested Development, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Scrubs, My Name Is Earl, and The Office are all sitcoms that don't have laugh tracks.
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Yeah, but none of those are from the 80's [Smile]
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Laugh tracks suck big time
but yeah, i watched The Cosby Show and Married with Children in the 80s.

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Love Different Strokes, MASH (hated MASH when I was a kid, but love it now) and Gilligan's Island (Gilligan didn't hold his funny like I remember, but still good for the memories).
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Tough Choice.

Only Fools and Horses
Cheers
M.A.S.H
Blackadder
Red Dwarf

All classics, but I have to go with Red Dwarf.


'Gunman of The Apocalypse' won an International Emmy award in 1994

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quote:
Originally posted by kevdugp73:
Love Different Strokes, MASH (hated MASH when I was a kid, but love it now) and Gilligan's Island (Gilligan didn't hold his funny like I remember, but still good for the memories).

same with me i never liked MASH....but i still dont like it lol [Big Grin]
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