…And one thing everyone knows for certain.
…And one thing everyone knows for certain.
It’s time to separate the Simpsons from the Huxtables.
Hey, there’s no shame in hanging out with the same people all the time if you’re having a lot of fun.
Plus 7 things you didn’t know about Mardi Gras, how accurately your favorite TV shows portray living in New York, and finally, a hoverboard that *might* be real.
Sorry, Leslie, but Amazon doesn’t sell “Bucket of Cake.”
Mindy Kaling’s single-camera comedy is not only hitting all of its marks in its second season, it’s surpassing them… and leaving New Girl in its wake.
Through the years, some plot lines have been seen over and over again. Bringing the characters bowling is one of those. Here’s nine of the more “striking” sitcom episodes that went bowling!
A look back at a decade of dodgy family comedies. Warning: This article includes Nicholas Lyndhurst.
With rumours of a second film doing the rounds, we present the Inbetweeners guide to causing offence. Containing strong language, naturally.
According to James Van Der Beek, Don’t Trust the B—— in Apartment 23 is unofficially canceled, and we can’t let that happen. Here’s why the ABC series deserves saving.
’90s nostalgia, anyone?
Three artists sketch out the living spaces of TV’s most beloved shows.
The people at Jest Comedy bring us this supercut of the best of those very special episodes, from peer pressure to deadbeat dads. Enjoy reliving some of the more awkward and painful moments in comedy.
In honor of Mother’s Day this Sunday here are the top 10 sitcom moms of all time. Enjoy!
I dare you to get through these performances from the likes of Will Smith and Jonathan Taylor Thomas without tears. A Very Special Episode, indeed.
Miss the obnoxious theme songs, zany punchlines and obtrusive laugh tracks synonymous with 1990s sitcoms? Of course you do.
“As days go by…we’re gonna fill our house with happiness…” Watch Video ›
Ever wondered which meme-face Chandler would be? (Yeah, me neither.) View Image ›
Seeing this makes me thank God for AMC. Watch Video ›
The gang’s all here! The characters that haunted your television screens for years have now reunited in this epic illustration by Kagan McLeod. How many characters can you find? My eyes make a bee-line straight to Urkel. If you give up, the key is here. View Image ›
Life isn’t like television. If you could deal with romantically aggressive, obsessive nerds or complete deadbeats going after your daughter, having a high-stress job without ever actually being there or date two people at the same time with hilarious results, then life would be amazing. So, for a quick dose of high-octane reality, here are the most commonly used sitcom situations that would actually end horribly.
Keep this handy, it will prove itself invaluable some day. In fact, like most Venn diagrams, this may even save your life. View Image ›
Everyone on TV has been reading the same newspaper for years. Don’t believe me? Here’s proof. View Image ›
Beloved blogger Rich at FourFour’s treatise on the 80’s sitcom about a robot girl proves, among other things, that the show was super gay. The show also featured Edie McClurg at her lowest point, apparently. Watch Video ›
Right after “Two and a Half Men”, CBS brings you the newest vampire comedy: ‘At Merlotte’s’. It’s like ‘Friends’…with fangs. Watch Video ›
First, they did it to Seinfeld. And now classic sitcom Happy Days is getting repackaged (!) as a porno flick. Until Ron Howard and Henry Winkler finally collaborate on that “Eiffel Tower” project they’ve been talking about for all these years, this will have to tide you over. Watch Video ›
Yup, you read that right: The Soup’s Joel McHale and the 1970’s Chevy Chase are partnering in Community, an NBC sitcom in which McHale’s lawyer returns to community college and meets Chase’s character, described only as a man who has been married five times. Let the battle of handsome, snarky TV personalities (and former handsome, snarky TV personalities) begin! Read More ›
SO much better than the Trilogy Meter, Dan Meth’s newest venture, Sitcom Houses, tracks the layouts of the houses from your favorite TV shows. So we can conclude from this chart that Dan Meth is the best and might watch a little too much TV. View Image ›