The History of the Sitcom

Submitted by: fancylad 9 years ago Funny

A complete timeline of the television sitcom, with narrative.
There are 31 comments:
Female 31
Haha! Quite amusing!
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Male 205
Man some people are really clever, that was awesome and man I am looking forward watching couple of robots making out in their flying car in the future shows.
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Female 208
British guy with speach impediment - Hilarious all by itself.
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Male 1,287
whinging prat
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Male 318
Scrubs?
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Male 195
Wow....anyone else noticing how this is a ripoff of the zero punctuation reviews?
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Female 16
...and then came reality tv, and sitcoms were forgotten about completely. ah, evolution.

that was very well put together. i liked it. yay!

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Female 1,492
lol...that was great.
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Female 38
^^ *Don`t think
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Female 38
i done guy narrating took a breath the entire timehe was talking. :D
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Female 913
love how he says everyone was on drugs in the 60`s explaining why there were sitcoms about jeanies, witches, vampires and talking shoes. I grew up in that era. That explains a lot!
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Female 670
But I love That 70`s Show...
Anyway, pretty much agree, especially with the Simpsons thing. I really wish that show were as good as it used to be.
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Male 81
so inaccurate but funny nonetheless
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Male 317
genuinely laughed at the "inaccurately named Everybody Loves Raymond."
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Female 121
Yeah that was funny but the guy`s voice pissed me off!
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Male 658
The simpsons started in the eighties, not the nineties.
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Male 40
Am I the only one who thinks the narrator needs elocution classes? "Mawwied with Childwen"
LMFAO!!!!!
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Male 2,076
brilliant piece of commentary, doesn`t matter if it`s untrue, it was witty.
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Male 2,720
^ That`s not true.
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Male 732
Oh, shut your bitching pieholw, Ike.

Anyway, truer words about the Simpsons have never been spoken!

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Male 2,703
we actually have gotten to where black sitcoms have their own channel now, they didnt disappear.

and since the 90`s, sitcoms have had episodes of dramatic fashion thrown in, whether it be death, drugs, or sex.

also, that was pretty inaccurate since he put according to jim in the 1980s when that show was either late 90`s or early 2000`s. and the ending was terrible...

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Male 196
^^^^^
I think that was under "making fun of black people"
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Male 944
wait wait, No Fresh Prince???
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Female 525
idk, he talked to fast for me to understand him
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Male 756
King of Queens is (was) one of the best. It`s a grown up version of Leave it to Beaver with Doug as the Beaver.
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Female 426
Some of them shows are pretty sweet
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Male 888
[email protected]
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Male 203
British Coupling FTW
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Male 2,616
Uh... spousal abuse is NOT funn-AHAHAHA. Sorry, couldn`t keep a straight face (fingers?) on that one.

King of Queens = my favorite show.

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Male 330
Truly enjoyable. Epic in its own right.
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Male 19,868
Link: The History of the Sitcom [Rate Link] - A complete timeline of the television sitcom, with narrative.
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