Good choices. I would have chosen most of those. But may I add a few more. Andy Griffith, I Love Lucy, Monk,
Andy Griffith? I love Lucy? Come on Monalea ... what generation is that?I was thinking Happy Days, Welcome Back Kotter and Gilligan.Gilligan ... does that count as a sitcom?
Aren't Andy Griffith, I Love Lucy, Happy Days, and Gilligan all from the same generation? :P HAHAHAHAHAHA!!I think that's a pretty good list, Monica. I don't think I'd disagree with any of those. :)
Lisa, I love Lucy was from the 1800's. You got to be kidding me.
I love 'Earl' but Josh always wants to watch it and I learned quickly to not let him. Not an issue anymore because we no longer have tv stations.My favorite sitcom to watch with Josh is Home Improvement. I love Monk, but I think it is considered a drama? I hate to claim it, but I enjoy the Fresh Prince and the Nanny (not around kids). The Cosby Show was great but I cant handle the clothes and the hair (too many memories). I do wish sitcoms were still made for the whole family. Kathy
Mr. Neva and I like Everybody Loves Raymond, too. And we think Monk is a comedy. He is too too funny.PeaceNevaPS sometimes my life could be a comedy!!!:)
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