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    My personal favorites are Seinfeld and Friends.
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    Any sitcom that Ricky Gervais is involved in.
    The Office (UK)
    The Office (US)
    Extras

    Scrubs (Seasons 1-5)
    Seinfeld
    King Of Queens
    My Name Is Earl
    South Park
    Sarah Silverman Show
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    The only one I watch now is The Office.

    My favorites would be Cheers and Seinfeld, I guess.
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    Probably Cheers from the US. Blackadder from the UK.
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    Extras doesn't do it for me but I'll second the British and US "Office" sitcoms as time well spent.

    "Arrested Development" is my all time favorite - funny on a whole number of different levels - but one needs to be smart enough to understand the jokes sometimes - which I think is why it failed (it officially "jumped the shark", when guest star Henry Winkler hopped over a dead shark on the dock)
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    I'd say the same thing about Extras. Helps if you get the cultural differences in British humor too.
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    I would guess so - though I "get" the original "office" just find that he's way way over on the "subtle" spectrum with Extra's - I guess I "get" it but its not doing it for me.
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    Carrol O'Connor's malapropisms alone were enough to put All in the Family way over the top.
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    Married with Children and Fawlty Towers.
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    Beat me to it!
    They did stuff on that show that would be scandalous today. I love the way they took things in America head on.
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    My favorite was The Naked Truth.

    Second and close behind was Married With Children.
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    Monty Python's Flying Circus
    The Andy Griffith Show
    The Simpsons
    Gilligan's Island(loved this since I was a kid)
    The Honeymooners
    The Bob Newhart Show
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    I can't disagree with any of the ones have been posted. I guess you could include Taxi, Cheers, WKRP and all the old sitcoms that had some really classic scenes.
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    You are right Michael, especially WKRP(As God as my witness, I thought turkeys could fly).
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    Seinfeld
    All in the Family
    The Dick Van Dyke Show
    MASH
    The Mary Tyler Moore Show

    I could watch any of those all day and all night and not be bored for a minute.
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    Of the more modern shows, I'd like to add Curb Your Enthusiasm into the mix. Brilliantly-conceived, written and acted.
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    Seinfeld

    Current is "According to Jim"
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    Family Guy
    Everybody Loves Raymond
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