Top 10 Sitcoms Of The 1980sthenextsteplover In this this I'm looking at the best sitcoms of the 1980s and the comments are from reviewers that understand just how great those shows were. feel free to disagree. this is just my opinion
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Brilliant show! Its perfect if you want to laugh your heart out and don't want any relationship drama. Cool and casual are two words for all its characters and you can't help but love them for who they are. All the episodes have typical erroneous hilarious endings and best part is that all the episodes are not much inter connected. That made my exam preparation time hell of a joyride. Please don't give up after watching first and second season because from the 3rd season you will not be able to go without it.
- Shruti Pansare - thenextsteplover
This was big in my house when I was growing up.. too young to understand or not old enough at the time.. but I do remember my Grand dad watching and laughing his sides off.. so now I'm in my 40's all grown up.. watching it every morning on Channel 4.. in the uk. really well written and I'm sitting laughing my sides off just like my dear old Grand dad.. ain't life funny.. love Cheer's
- kieran mccrory - thenextsteplover
The show is literally described as in the title, Golden. The writing is brilliant, the actresses are phenomenal. I love how it covers many situations and real life problems, most of which are still relevant and prevalent in today's world. Overall this show is comedy gold and easily one of the best sitcoms in history. I love all 4 of them
- Zane Girard - thenextsteplover
Love this show it is full of laughs and also real serious life situations. This old classic film has so many episodes that teah you all of the above and making decisions with comedy throughout and always ending with happiness and joy. I HIGHLY recommend watching this show of a peaceful family that lives through everday life experiencing the real world and everyone learns how to make it out safely!
- Joseph - thenextsteplover
Nothing but respect towards Roseanne Barr for voicing her opinion - which is what people in a democratic society are usually entitled to do. Unfortunately, the society is no longer democratic. It's fascistic, and it acts fascistic. Roseanne Barr is NOT A RACIST. What she said was NOT RACIST. It was a funny joke, and I liked it. Mrs Barr is a free woman and she acts and talks like one. God bless her. She is the one to be remembered. Those who fired her will be forgotten the day after they croak.
- Rag Rag - thenextsteplover
When it comes to a simpler time in television I think of a few shows, Family Matters, The Simpsons and of course Married with Children. Though I was young when the show aired I still remember the Bundies as their humorous antics of spoken family insults, and troublesome situations really brought out what the late 80's and early 90s had to offer. Not to mention many of the special celebrity guest stars that found their ways to sneak onto the show when from time to time, to add to the hilarity.
- Shawn Price - thenextsteplover
When this show first premiered, it was thought of only as a jiggle show. However, it turned out to be one of the best examples of slapstick comedy in the history of television. John Ritter showed that he was a master of physical comedy and it really showed on this show. Another thing that really helped to make this show great was the whole ensemble. I feel that Joyce DeWitt was totally underrated in her role as the sensible Janet and that she was the perfect counterpoint to Jack's leering personality
- Travis Simms - thenextsteplover
I was 13 when this first aired and I watched it faithfully. I’m so glad it’s on Hulu now! I like how the show didn’t portray a rich family who has EVERYTHING handed to them and never had problems. There was discipline, the nagging sibling and the outspoken sibling, the father who worked and the mother who stayed home (wow how times have changed lol) It’s a must watch.
- Tina Rawls - thenextsteplover
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3. The Golden Girls