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Old 06-26-2008, 08:36 PM   #76
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If you made list of the ten most truly awful sitcoms of all-time, it would probably be a list of shows that got cancelled after less than a season, maybe even after just two or three episodes.
It's so true.

Like, twelve people listed Friends but no one even mentioned Joey.
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It's too easy to choose sit-coms that were cancelled after their pilot, or just a few episodes.

I assumed the spirit of the thread was to choose sit-coms that aired for a bit but that we thought were bad despite avoiding cancellation.
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Some of Friends is brilliant. Some of it is really bad.
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Oh god, Everybody Loves Raymond.

Seriously. I can't bear that show.
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Does anyone remember that show called "It's Like, You Know..." from around 1999 or 2000 that was about this guy who moved to Los Angeles and is trying to adjust? Jennifer Grey from Dirty Dancing was in it, playing herself, A.J. Langer (AKA Rayanne on My So-Called Life) and the bald guy who plays Charlotte's dude on Sex & the City were in it too.

Really funny show, especially if you knew L.A., but it was cancelled after one season I think. Oddly enough, when I was living in Paris a few years ago, it was shown regularly on television (with subtitles). I was so excited to see it but totally confused as well.
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Friends is genius. How could anyone dislike it?


lol at Jerkstore.....George Costanza is a tragedy on legs.
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Does anyone remember that show called "It's Like, You Know..." from around 1999 or 2000 that was about this guy who moved to Los Angeles and is trying to adjust? Jennifer Grey from Dirty Dancing was in it, playing herself, A.J. Langer (AKA Rayanne on My So-Called Life) and the bald guy who plays Charlotte's dude on Sex & the City were in it too.

Really funny show, especially if you knew L.A., but it was cancelled after one season I think. Oddly enough, when I was living in Paris a few years ago, it was shown regularly on television (with subtitles). I was so excited to see it but totally confused as well.
I do. Got a lot of attention for Grey playing herself.

I liked it a lot, and was bummed to see it go. Had been living in LA for just a few years at that point, so it was interesting to me.
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lol at Jerkstore.....George Costanza is a tragedy on legs.
And yet he does well for himself with the women.
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Friends. how can such a poor sitcom be so popular?

there was a sitcom in the UK about 5 years ago called All About Me. literally the worst thing i've ever watched on TV. heaven knows how a 2nd and 3rd series got commissioned
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I do. Got a lot of attention for Grey playing herself.
I used to hate Grey, but goddamn she was hot on that show.

Made me rethink my stance on nose jobs, that's for sure.
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Friends is genius.
Easy on the g-word, buddy.

It's easier to recognize when you happen to be one.

I'll keep you posted.
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i liked charles in charge.

it was better after the first family was fired and they made a new series out of a new family and buddy became really stupid. ohhh and nicole eggert! rAR!
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Easy on the g-word, buddy.

It's easier to recognize when you happen to be one.

I'll keep you posted.
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Oh god, Everybody Loves Raymond.

Seriously. I can't bear that show.
THANK YOU.

really, any show that has a bitchy housewife who knows more than her husband, as do the kids...that's just automatically a shit sitcom in my book. not just because it's a stupid premise, but it's been done so fucking much that it shows the writers have no creativity.
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