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    What's Your Favorite Sit-Com?

    My favorite sit-coms are:

    Dick Van Dyke Show
    Mary Tyler Moore Show
    Leave It To Beaver
    Andy Griffith Show
    I Love Lucy (Early show with Ricky and Fred and Ethel)
    Seinfeld

    I even like the old classic radio shows:

    Allans' Alley with Charlie McCarthy
    Fibber McGee and Molley
    Jack Benny Show
    Life With Riley

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    I Love Lucy
    Everybody Loves Raymond
    The Carol Burnett Show
    The Red Green Show
    Friends(well it's ok)

    that's it

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    Golden Girls
    Designing Women
    Will and Grace
    The Nanny

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    I love lucy

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    Tonichelle:

    I forgot the Carol Burnett Show! Tim Conway and Harvy Korman used to "crack me up!" One of the best shows ever!

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    Re: What's Your Favorite Sit-Com?

    Originally posted by Ladskater

    I Love Lucy (Early show with Ricky and Fred and Ethel)
    what early show? They all have ricky and fred and ethel.....

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    My faves

    The Nanny
    Seinfeld
    Frasier
    Golden Girls
    Designing Women
    I Love Lucy
    Cheers
    The Mary Tyler Moore Show
    MASH
    The Wonder Years


    I loved the Carol Burnet Show, but it's not a sitcom; rather, it's a variety show.

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    The Wonder Years is probably my all time favorite.
    Andy Griffith
    Cheers
    Wings
    Leave it to Beaver
    Carol Burnett (even though it's not actually a sitcom.)
    All in the Family (before Mike and Gloria left)
    Newhart

    That's all I can think of right now.
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    I love lucy
    Leave it to beaver
    The cosby show
    The nanny

    Those are my faves

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    Seinfeld
    The Simpsons
    Three's Company
    All in the Family
    Cheers
    The Wonder Years

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    oh I forgot I also really like the Andy Griffeth show! :D

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    I forgot Three's Company and The Simpsons.

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    Re: Re: What's Your Favorite Sit-Com?

    Originally posted by skatepixie
    what early show? They all have ricky and fred and ethel.....
    actually there are 3 different versions... after she and Dezi(Ricky) divorced they went their seperate ways... she tried to revive that TV show comedy twice... both times it failed... she had for a while just Lucy and Ethel(though the names changed, I think) but the last time she was a g'ma living with her kids from what I remember of the special... I Love Lucy, the original, was the only really successful show she had :(

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    skatepixie, ladskater, tonichelle
    The scoop on the Lucy Show:

    “Life with Lucy” – 1986
    Lucy Barker - grandmother living with her daughter's family. Gale Gordon also appears.

    “Here’s Lucy” – 1968 – 1974
    Lucy Carter - a widow with two teen children, takes a job as a secretary for her stuffy brother-in-law played by Gale Gordon. Desi and Lucie Arnez and Vivian Vance also appear.

    “The Lucille Ball Show” – 1962 – 1968
    aka “The Lucy Show”
    Lucy Carmichael and her friend Vivian Bagley, played by Vivian Vance (1962-1965), move into a house together with their children. Lucy works as the personal secretary to the impatient and grumpy banker Mr. Mooney, played by Gale Gordon.

    “The Lucy – Desi Comedy Hour” – 1957-1960
    aka “We Love Lucy”
    Lucy and her husband, Ricky Ricardo, are living in the country with their best friends and old landlords, Fred and Ethel Mertz, played by William Frawley and Vivian Vance.

    “I Love Lucy” – 1951 – 1957
    Original “Lucy Show” with Desi Arnez, William Frawley and Vivian Vance.

    All shows follow the same format: Lucy gets into trouble or some predicament through her own fault or some type of outside 'force' and tries to get out of the scrape but usually draws in a couple of other characters and makes the situation worse.

    Sounds awfully like the two Annabel movies from 1938 also starring Jack Oakie.

    For more Lucille Ball linformation see:
    http://us.imdb.com/Name?Ball,+Lucille

    4dk
    BTW: These shows are definately not among my favorites, I just enjoy the thrill of the hunt.

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    I grouped some of them together... thanks for the break down of all of the shows LOL

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