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House... That 70's Show.. CSI: Miami.. The Big Bang Theory(sometimes).. Fresh Prince.. Simpsons. On and off with Scrubs. Pretty much come down to this. I've really been away from TV lately.

Only show I stay consistent with is It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

Fresh prince was the best show ever!
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Fresh prince was the best show ever!
What?

The best show ever, sitcom wise, was and always will be All In The Family!
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What?

The best show ever, sitcom wise, was and always will be All In The Family!

What about Punky Brewster?

Or the show with the robot kid that they made sleep in a closet?
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...well I'm gonna stick to my Fresh Prince, thanks. :P

Oh, on my list I also forgot Malcolm in the Middle, American Dad, in the past Degrassi(no longer watch it) and the trainwreck of a show that is Wild N' Out. Haven't seen that in eons though.
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What about Punky Brewster?

Or the show with the robot kid that they made sleep in a closet?
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I'm just gonna leave this right here...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ln-nh07IgDg
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I'm just gonna leave this right here...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ln-nh07IgDg
How about this?

(This might be offensive to some people, just so you know ahead of time)

Archie Bunker meets Sammy Davis Jr. part II

Archie Bunker meets Sammy Davis Jr. part III
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I love the Fresh Prince, always have - you gotta love The Carlton Dance, and I'll never forget the "Silly Rabbit, Trix are for kids" joke - but I'd have to side with All In The Family on this one. Has to be one of the greatest sitcoms ever.

I'm kinda hesitant to post his particular clip here.... it could be a spoiler if you've never seen it, and it's kind of a downer. It's from Archie Bunker's Place, which was an extension... so to speak... of All In The Family, but I kinda lump it in with the original show anyway, and it's still one of the most powerful scenes I've seen in a sitcom. If you've never seen (or heard of) Archie Bunker's Place, might want to avoid the clip till later, to prevent the spoilage.

Anywho, here it is...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-UKrAYD3zX8

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The Wire. Period. Exclamation Point.

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The Wire. Period. Exclamation Point.

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I was just talking sitcoms, it would be hard to argue against the Wire overall.
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How about this?

(This might be offensive to some people, just so you know ahead of time)

Archie Bunker meets Sammy Davis Jr. part II

Archie Bunker meets Sammy Davis Jr. part III
I love both of them shows.

But really you can't NOT agree that Fresh Prince was just amazing.
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I love both of them shows.

But really you can't NOT agree that Fresh Prince was just amazing.
Oh I can and I will agree that it was not amazing. It was a decent show but not great. And I would have found the Carlton dancing thing funny, if Bill Cosby had not done almost the exact same thing on his show a few years before that.

Now the Cosby show, that was amazing!
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Oh I can and I will agree that it was not amazing. It was a decent show but not great. And I would have found the Carlton dancing thing funny, if Bill Cosby had not done almost the exact same thing on his show a few years before that.

Now the Cosby show, that was amazing!
Cosby was good. I can't give it more than that because it never really sparked an interest in me too much.

I felt they always had the same thing going on each show and got kind of boring.
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I loved shows like Cheers, M*A*S*H and Wonder Years that had ongoing stories and epic endings. I mean, the finale of M*A*S*H... brilliant. Absolutely brilliant.

Right now I'm big time into How I Met Your Mother, and also like 30 Rock. But... they'll never split my sides as much as Marrid with Children did.
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I loved shows like Cheers, M*A*S*H and Wonder Years that had ongoing stories and epic endings. I mean, the finale of M*A*S*H... brilliant. Absolutely brilliant.

Right now I'm big time into How I Met Your Mother, and also like 30 Rock. But... they'll never split my sides as much as Marrid with Children did.
Still the highest broadcast TV show episode ever........... or something like that
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