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Best British Sitcom Ever?

Best British Sitcom.  

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  1. 1. Best British Sitcom.

    • Only Fools And Horses
    • Blackadder
    • Father Ted
    • Fawlty Towers
    • The Office
    • The Inbetweeners
    • Red Dwarf
    • Spaced
    • Dad's Army
    • Porridge
    • Open All Hours
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    • Allo Allo
    • Steptoe & Son
    • The Royle Family
    • The Young Ones
    • Bottom
    • I'm Alan Partridge
    • Men Behaving Badly
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    • Phoenix Nights
    • Rising Damp
    • One Foot In The Grave
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    • Black Books
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    • Yes Minister
    • On The Buses
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    • Other - Please State.


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1 hour ago, VERBAL DIARRHEA said:

Rising Damp does in my opinion mate. 

Haha my dad said the exactly same thing last week. I've never properly watched it. 

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1 hour ago, Elite said:

Real dearth of quality comedies at the moment.

Every time I see an advertising clip of a new comedy everybody seems to be shouting or overacting.

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3 hours ago, Elite said:

Real dearth of quality comedies at the moment.

We were only saying this this morning. A real lack of quality family TV aswell. 

 

I actually think alot of the art of family tyke sitcom comedy has been lost. As TV censorship has been cut, and TV gets more violet and sex more common on the screen the art of getting a joke past censors, innuendo etc has been lost. 

 

Today's comedy has just fallen fully into the American shouting, overacting on the nose type shit

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10 hours ago, Toxteth O'Grady said:

Any love for Hancock's Half Hour on here (both Radio and TV shows)? Or is it just me?

The Poetry Society is wonderful. 

 

 

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10 minutes ago, AngryOfTuebrook said:

The Poetry Society is wonderful. 

 

 

One of my fondest memories is listening to this with my Mum or grandparents when I was a kid-

 

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Brilliant stuff.

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I plumped for Bottom on that list as I'm a big fan of Rik and Ade but there's so many good British (and 1 Irish) comedies for me that I thought I'd stick a few favourite scenes up.

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12 hours ago, Mudface said:

One of my fondest memories is listening to this with my Mum or grandparents when I was a kid-

 

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Brilliant stuff.

Over-used word genius but Hancock was a genius.

 

Tiny taste of the great man

 

 

 

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9 hours ago, Bjornebye said:

Phoenix Nights has to be the most underrated of all time. Absolutely fucking superb. 

Definitely.

 

"Come on Brian. It'll only be for a couple of days"

 

"That's what they said to Terry Waite!"

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1 hour ago, Preston Red said:

Definitely.

 

"Come on Brian. It'll only be for a couple of days"

 

"That's what they said to Terry Waite!"

"And the answer is, The Shroud of Turin"

 

"What did we have?"

 

"Lisa Stansfield" 

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