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    The Sitcom Thread

    Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Shreyass, Jan 22, 2008.

    What are you watching right now? Me, I'm following Rome, Dexter and 24, but got a bit of catching up to do with 24. I also randomly watch House and Numbers, and I've seen the first season of Prison Break, gotta catch up on that too. You?
     
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    I'm watching my computer screen right now.
     
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    Just before Christmas we got a satellite for TV. It is one that is not connected to any company. So we get all the channels free.
    We did this because the cable had nothing much. We decided $200 for the satellite and then nothing else ever was a good idea.
    We watch rarely and usually only have it on for the noise.
    I love Numbers and a lot of old shows mostly Canadian shows.
    Usually I have the computer or read and listen to the rock and roll radio on the TV.
     
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    How are any of those sitcoms? :confused:
     
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    Arn't sitcomes things like My Family, Taxi (80s TV show) and Only Fools?

    Situation - Comady?
     
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    I watch House every week and Desperate Housewives, although that just finished the other day and I'm devastated. I also follow Mile High and some of the soaps. and Scrubs and Friends.
     
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    Yeh, Scrubs is good.
    I'm in love with Frasier, and My Family.
     
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    My Family isn't as good anymore without Nick though.
     
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    Yeh, it was better when Nick was in.
    Better than what happond to My Hero though.
    With that 'Gimme Gimme' bloke.
     
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    I can't remeber. I don't watch My Hero with the new blode though, I like the old one with the funny accent :D
     
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    Aye, Ardal O'Hanlon! :D He was amazing!
    I've seen him live.. doing stand up.
     
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    Ow kewl. I like the dentist guy, who's on Mock the Week, he's ace. :D
     
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    Scrubs is good stuff. 24 is addictive as hell, watched a season in 2 days and Dexter is laid back stuff, but great, good for relaxing.
     
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    I'll watch anything with a snarky, damaged smartass involved. Scrubs, House (since we are mentioning non-sitcoms), Queer As Folk to name a few. Scrubs is my favourite.
     
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    We have channel 60 Women's Channel - fantastic suspense/who-donit movies, other than that don't watch much tv.

    D.
     
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    Well if we're talking sitcoms I would have to say that I really like The Mighty Boosh. I saw them live and loved it even more. I also liked Spaced when it was on. Anything Simon Pegg does is funny!

    If we're just talking about tv shows then I am really into Heros and Battlestar Galactica At the moment.
     
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    Anyone remeber 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter? It was a good show, but I mostly watched it because my young-childhood friend and neighbor from Tuscon, Arizona was the goofy brother Rory. lol
     
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    I used to watch 8 simple rules. I thought it was funny but I'm more into British comedies. I think we Brits have a whole different sense of humour to the Americans!!
     
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    OMg that is ace. Cried my eyes out when the dad died. :cry:
     
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    Yeah, that sucked when John Ritter died. They brought David Spade in and (what's his name...?) in, but it didn't keep the show alive much longer. :(
     
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    I don't know, is he the granddad or CJ? I still like it but I lost Dinsey Channel and ABC1 which I used to watch it on :(
     

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