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Your favorite sitcoms other than TBBT?

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I have to preface this by saying I don't watch alot of sitcoms. Most times, I watch them thru reruns and my favorites turned out to be shows like:

King of Queens

Seinfeld

That's 70 show

Pretty much it before I started watching TBBT. Now that I'm all caught up with TBBT, I've ventured out to Modern Family and How I met your mother.

What about your favorites?

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Guest I'm not dead Cheryl

Mork & Mindy, Alf, Seinfeld, Blossom/The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (they aired them together and I watched them together)

TBBT is my first sitcom in a loooooooooonnnnnnnng time

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I honestly haven't been into a sitcom at this level in a v-e-r-y long time. Frazier (before it got stupid) might actually be the last one I fell for during it's run. I've been told I should check out modern family and the early seasons of the office, but it's that stupid "time" thing, or lack thereof.

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That 70's Show is amazing. Seinfeld is way up there. Arrested Development. Modern Family, also hilarious.

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Friends, Frazier Two and a half men are the usa ones

The UK people may know theses ones Outnumbered and Mrs Browns boys and if i remember to watch it Not Going Out

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I don't watch many sitcoms, but I've watched this so far:

-White Collar : Its great, kind of like CSI but its much more interesting, with a lot more drama and cliffhangers. Also it has Matt Bomer staring in it :D

-How I met your mother : Its funny but nothing original or interesting about it.

-That 70's show: Its ok, just for passing time. Funny at times.

Saw some Everybody loves Raymond episodes, looks hilarious will have to continue watching.

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Friends, Frazier Two and a half men are the usa ones

The UK people may know theses ones Outnumbered and Mrs Browns boys and if i remember to watch it Not Going Out

ooh i love mrs browns boys, best british sitcom since red dwarf

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the usa network has some great shows

white collar--covert affairs--royal pains

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I have watched some episodes of 2 And A Half Men with Charlie Sheen but didn't really get it, and the first 10 minutes of the first episode of the new series with Ashton Kutcher which left me nonplussed.

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Anyone else here watch My Name is Earl?

watched it for quite a bit, untill the whole thing became a bit too sweety and needy. Still, the beginning of the series was very strong and funny.

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Some of my favorite sitcoms other than TBBT are:

How I met your Mother

2 Broke Girls

New Girl

and

Baby Daddy.

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The Inbetweeners and I guess Seinfeld and at a pinch, Friends. Roseanne was great in the early seasons.

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Used to be addicted to House and Pushing Daisies, but not active to the online communities before.

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One of my new favourite's is 2 Broke Girls

I also love...

Mike & Molly

That 70s Show

Everybody Loves Raymond

Modern Family

Two and a Half Men

Rules of Engagement

some of the older ones...

I Love Lucy! (my fav)

ALF

All In The Family

Family Matters

Sanford and Son

Prince of Bel-Air

Married With Children

Step by Step

etc...

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