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#1
For me it is Arrested Development probably closely followed by Peep Show.

Arrested Development just has so many hilarious in jokes and plays the whole thing so straight that is just the funniest show I've ever seen. G.O.B. is probably my favourite character.

Peep Show is a different kind of comedy but it's just so intrinsically British and filmed in such a different way to anything else out there and I love all of the characters especially Johnson and Super Hans.

Special mention to The Office UK too.

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#2
Everybody Loves Raymond. I can watch any episode any time and not be disappointed.

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#4
I'm gonna have to start AD soon. But for me it's the king of all shows, Seinfeld.
#5
A few, Office UK, Extras, The Inbetweeners, The IT Crowd, Community. Probably more i'm not thinking of.
#6
Arrested Development, Black Books, Spaced, Community, It's Always Sunny. Probably some others but I can't think of them right now.
#7
In the past 20 years there's probably only been 5 sitcoms I didn't hate.

It's always sunny I think might be the only one still coming out with new episodes (I think.)

Also really enjoyed my name is earl, trailer park boys, married with children, and that 70s show.

I find most 'popular' sitcoms to be so terrible they make me feel depressed watching them.
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#8
Current would be Parks and Recreation, but all-time would be Seinfeld.
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#10
1. Arrested Development 2. Everybody Loves Raymond. Don't watch any others.
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#11
Walking Dead...... c'mon guys, it's hilarious.

OK, seriously now, Mrs Brown's Boys, but not for the scripts, I like it for the ad-lib stuff.
#14
Don't really know if it qualifies as a sit-com, but Louie

Love Louis C.K, and the show is just hilarious.. The last season is a lot more serious though, but I still love it.
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#17
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Walking Dead...... c'mon guys, it's hilarious.

OK, seriously now, Mrs Brown's Boys, but not for the scripts, I like it for the ad-lib stuff.


That's definably one of the worst shows in existence.
#19
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That's definably one of the worst shows in existence.

I agree, the amount of times i've been in the UK and been asked to say "feck", it's not funny.
#24
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Walking Dead...... c'mon guys, it's hilarious.

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#26
It's Always Sunny for something that is currently airing.
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#27
Say what you want about Friends, but it's been a pretty influential if nothing else.

I don't think there's any other TV sitcom of that length that I've watched every episode at least 5 times.
#28
Scrubs
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#29
I usually watch Nick at Nite before I go to sleep, so I've been watching Friends and George Lopez a lot. I also liked when they played The Nanny and That 70s Show.

I don't really watch TV other than that, although I've been watching Pretty Little Liars with my girlfriend and I have to admit for a chick show it's pretty good.
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#31
Murica: arrested development

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#32
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That's definably one of the worst shows in existence.

If it can be be 'defined' as one of the worst shows in existence, how come it's so popular?
Surely any definition of one of the worst shows in existence must include a lack of popularity?
#33
all of them
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#34
Idk if that counts but Big Bang Theory, I usually hate sitcoms but this one is just plain entertaining for me
#36
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If it can be be 'defined' as one of the worst shows in existence, how come it's so popular?
Surely any definition of one of the worst shows in existence must include a lack of popularity?


I don't know if that was a typo or auto spell check.

It is a terrible show though, I don't care how popular it is. The jokes are awful and the biggest draw seems to be the main character is a man in a dress.
#37
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I don't know if that was a typo or auto spell check.

It is a terrible show though, I don't care how popular it is. The jokes are awful and the biggest draw seems to be the main character is a man in a dress.

That totally looks like a misspelling of "definitely".

#40
For me Yes Minister/Yes Prime Minister is easily top. Timeless scripts that are still relevant today even though it was filmed 30 years ago, and two absolutely top class actors in Paul Eddington and Nigel Hawthorne.

I'm also rather fond of Red Dwarf, Blackadder and Black Books.
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