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    married with children
    south park
    family guy
    american dad
    futurama
    arrested devolpment
    parks and rec
    that 70's show (not counting when topher grace left)
    scrubs

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    Louie
    Parks and Recreation
    South Park (but tbh the show has sucked lately)

    Shows that I used to watch
    That 70s Show
    Ren and Stimpy
    Family Guy
    Chappelle's Show

    I could never get into How I met your Mother, Two and Half Men or Big Bang Theory. They're very generic and bland shows to me. Other good shows that aren't comedy that I would recommend are Mad Men and Dexter. Two fucking brilliant t.v. shows.

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    Tosh.O is the only show I routinely watch without a miss. Really the only show that can keep me laughing harder and harder every week. But the others I try to watch if I have time are:

    Family Guy
    American Dad
    Anything on Adult Swim (not counting FG and AD)
    It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
    South Park
    The Daily Show
    Colbert Report
    Chappelle's Show (watched weekly when it was still running, still watching reruns)
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    Daily Show
    Colbert Report
    These are the only two shows I still watch that are made in America. I just stream them from their sites since I have no cable. Really enjoy the humor that they both do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skizzit View Post
    I am amazed at all the love Big Bang Theory is getting. I watched the first season and it just seemed like a big, badly written ball of lame stereotypes and lazy pop cultural references. Am I missing something? Should I go back and give it another shot?
    no its dreadful really, I think people are trolling maybe.

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    Father Ted (its old but check it out, its about a bunch of Irish catholic priests who live together in a house in the middle of nowhere.)
    cant believe I forgot father ted, its classic

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    1 - South Park
    2 - It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia
    3 - Scrubs

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    aqua teen hunger force, also hilarious

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    I don't watch much TV. But I enjoy South Park, Family Guy, The Simpsons, American Dad, Bob's Burgers, Community, Who's Line is it Anyway, and The Middle.

    The only one that I watch weekly on there is South Park. I don't watch much TV.

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    Monthy Python, Faulty Towers, Blackadder, Allo Allo, Coupling, Father Ted, The Vicar Of Dibley, The League Of Gentlemen, The Office, Peep Show, The Inbetweeners. Big fan of Brit comedy.

    Family Guy, Futurama, Curb your Enthusiasm, Friends and finally the show that made me genuinely laugh the most to this day, Seinfeld
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    family guy all the way

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    mock the week
    how i met your mother
    big bang theory
    The inbetweeners

    edit: forgot family guy, got quite a few laughs at that, as immature as it is
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skizzit View Post
    I am amazed at all the love Big Bang Theory is getting. I watched the first season and it just seemed like a big, badly written ball of lame stereotypes and lazy pop cultural references. Am I missing something? Should I go back and give it another shot?
    i totally agree with you, i watched a couple of episodes just because one my friends watch it, one of the worst comedy's i have ever seen, maybe because i didn't feel any empathy with the characters, i know American comedy over uses sarcasm, but that show, abuses it to the extreme, making it obnoxious and repulsive.
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    Parks and Recreation is the best show on TV, closely followed by Modern Family and Community. The Big Bang Theory and HIMYM lost my interest a few seasons back. Dragged it too far to be honest.

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    Mainly watch How I met your mother and big bang theory

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    1# Seinfeld.

    Other shows don't even get close imho.
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    The Office has not been said enough. Up to where michael left,
    "The Office"and
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    How I Met Your Mother
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skizzit View Post
    I am amazed at all the love Big Bang Theory is getting. I watched the first season and it just seemed like a big, badly written ball of lame stereotypes and lazy pop cultural references. Am I missing something? Should I go back and give it another shot?
    If you don't like the first season then you probably won't like the rest too, season 2-4 pretty much has the same style. I'm very easy to please and I pretty much buy any comedy series and have a marathon session with the dvds but TBT never really had a moment that made me laugh out loud in real life. Same with Two and A Half Man. I watched season 1-8 over and over and there's very few moments that made me laugh.

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