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Funniest US Sitcom - The Final - Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia vs Frasier

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  1. 1. Funniest US Sitcom - The Final - Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia vs Frasier

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18 hours ago, Sugar Ape said:

I love Frasier but this is funnier. Start from season two and give it a couple of episodes. Should be enough to give you a feeling of it. 
 

 

If I don't watch the first series won't that mean I'll be missing out on getting to know the characters?  I felt, from the small amount I watched, that it was ones of those shows where you had to know the character in order for the situation to be funny. 

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37 minutes ago, Moo said:

If I don't watch the first series won't that mean I'll be missing out on getting to know the characters?  I felt, from the small amount I watched, that it was ones of those shows where you had to know the character in order for the situation to be funny. 

 

Being a spin-off, Frasier did have a head start in that respect. The character of Frasier was known to audiences, and I think his wife Lilith appeared in Cheers too so she wasn't a new character. The others, like Marty, Niles, Daphne and Roz were created specifically for the spin-off, and it was easy to do because they shifted the setting from Boston to Seattle.

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4 hours ago, Moo said:

If I don't watch the first series won't that mean I'll be missing out on getting to know the characters?  I felt, from the small amount I watched, that it was ones of those shows where you had to know the character in order for the situation to be funny. 


Personally I’d watch the first season, it’s only seven episodes and I think it’s pretty good. It won’t do any harm watching from season two though as it’s easy to pick up and it can’t be denied it improves massively when Danny DeVito come into it. 

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Voted 'always sunny' for several reasons:

 

Spite

To make it close at the death

To curry favour with fans of the show

Evertonian levels of bitterness

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I was about to neg you and call you a cunt but you didn't. 

 

Frasier wins. As it fucking should have ! Have that you new age unfunny bellends

 

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Bunch of old farts with false dreams of nostalgia vote a shit result on the population. It’s Brexit all over again

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6 hours ago, Bjornebye said:

 

 

 

I always remember a friend from school went around believing (for at least a year) that the singer was actually Eddie Murphy in drag, and that the 'M' in M People stood for 'Murphy'. It became plausible a few years later when Murphy portrayed the female members of the Klump tribe.

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I’ve no problem at all with Frasier winning, it’s high quality, Sunny just makes me laugh more, especially Denis. The night man cometh is IMO the greatest comedy episode of all time, if you can watch that without pissing yourself laughing I don’t know what to tell you.

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19 hours ago, Moo said:

If I don't watch the first series won't that mean I'll be missing out on getting to know the characters?  I felt, from the small amount I watched, that it was ones of those shows where you had to know the character in order for the situation to be funny. 

The 1st season is worth watching, but Danny de vito just makes it better. In terms of characters, they're not deep, I'd have thought you could pretty much drop in at any point. I don't think there's even a need to watch in sequence. 

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1 hour ago, Barry Wom said:

The 1st season is worth watching, but Danny de vito just makes it better. In terms of characters, they're not deep, I'd have thought you could pretty much drop in at any point. I don't think there's even a need to watch in sequence. 

This I'm discovering.  Switched off series 1 after three episodes, now on the first episode of the second series. 

If League of Gentlemen didn't qualify as a sitcom in the UK poll I don't think this should either. 

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I've given up towards the end of the first episode series two.  I can see already that Frank is really good, and Dennis and De are decent, but the whole thing is rendered completely unwatchable because of Charlie and, to a lesser extent, Mac.  Two dreadful characters, the acting from them is like amateur hour, and actually the whole thing is very one dimensional.

Not for me. 

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