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    Everybody Loves Raymond... was that actually well-liked by the audience though?

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    full house, family matters, step by step and a whole load of sitcoms.

    But I will counter and say seinfeld, golden girls and 3rd rock from the sun hold up amazingly well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kellorion View Post
    Friends, and a lot of the dumb husband hot/smart wife sitcoms, early south park but i still liked it

    from adulthhood

    Always Sunny, Family Guy et al, the office (american) is a sin and blasphemy agaisnt God unfunny, and horrendously bad shit, get rid of Jim and Dwight maybe slightly bad, it makes me ill thinking of that show
    I cant imagine being this wrong about something. To each their own I guess

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    Full House was awful, Mad About You (talk about zero chemistry between the leads), I never liked how in Everybody Loves Raymond they always treated his wife as the bad guy and Ray lets his family disrespect her and their marriage constantly

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    Probably Full House... Bob Saget just sucks, and there was too much reliance on the Olsen Twins for their 'cute' factor.

    It's just so cringy with its over the top cheesiness.

    Quote Originally Posted by Stormcall View Post
    Frasier holds up far better than Seinfeld IMO.
    I absolutely loved Frasier.
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    My childhood was in the really early 80's (born in 1977). There were a few cartoons that were crap. Silverhawks was the one that I desperately hated for being a 1-to-1 direct rip off of Thundercats but my friends liked it.

    In the 90's though, we had so many overrated shows it was not funny.

    90210 was a trash heap. Everyone loved it, but it was terrible.

    Saved by the Bell. Zack Morris is trash. There's a whole youtube series on that. The rest of the cast is trash too, except Screech.

    Full House. I wanted to burn that house and everyone in it.

    I never found Seinfeld funny at all. Maybe I didn't relate to dry Jewish comedy from NYC, but If I wanted to get my meshuggeneh on I'd binge on Mel Brooks.

    Hated Friends with a passion. It was the #1 most popular show when I was in college and I found the characters shallow, insufferable and useless people that should be dead in a ditch in Sheboygan. I recently saw an episode on in a waiting room and it's even worse than I remember.

    Someone mentioned Rugrats. Yes. The Klasky Csupo art style (Rocket Power, Aaaah! Real Monsters, Wild Thornberrys etc.) is an affront to the human eyeball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steelangel View Post
    My childhood was in the really early 80's (born in 1977). There were a few cartoons that were crap. Silverhawks was the one that I desperately hated for being a 1-to-1 direct rip off of Thundercats but my friends liked it.
    Silverhawks shares the same creators as Thundercats.

    "Would you please let me join your p-p-party?

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    Not from my childhood but...

    Have to agree with the above on "Friends". Never understood the appeal of that show or the characters.

    Also have to throw in "Big Bang Theory". Watched a few episodes and thought it was ok, but the premise wore thin quickly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pvt Hudson View Post
    Silverhawks shares the same creators as Thundercats.
    Yeah, I know that now, but at the time I was like "WTF Space Birds Sux"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redwyrm View Post
    Not from my childhood but...

    Have to agree with the above on "Friends". Never understood the appeal of that show or the characters.

    Also have to throw in "Big Bang Theory". Watched a few episodes and thought it was ok, but the premise wore thin quickly.
    Oh yeah, this too. Big Bang Theory seemed good in the first season; as an actual astrophysicist and somewhat Leonard-esque myself, I could relate to the characters. But then it occurred to me that the audience wasn't laughing with me, they were laughing -at- me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steelangel View Post
    the audience wasn't laughing with me, they were laughing -at- me.
    Bingo. The characters became the stereotype punchline.

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    Alf. That show sucked.

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    i loved tbbt until they all got GFs and stopped being nerds
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fencers View Post
    Alf. That show sucked.
    Yikes! I was born in the early '80s and I was legit scared of Alf.
    But gosh, reading this thread there was a lot of shit series both for kids and young adults even back then. I didn't like most of these mentioned in this thread.

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