1. Everybody Loves Raymond
An insider look into the many, many, many nicknames Ray Romano has for his “tender mercies.”
The laughs don’t stop on Everybody Loves Raymond every night at 9PM/8C.
2. Hot In Cleveland
Four funny women = four times the funny missteps. While you’re waiting for the November 28th Season Premiere, remember why you fell in love with the show all over again.
And remember 10PM/9C on November 28th for all-new episodes!
3. The Cosby Show
Bill Cosby is a consummate professional, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t mess up his lines occasionally.
Watch The Cosby Show weeknights at 7:30PM/6:30C for the good takes!
4. I Love Lucy
Sometimes it’s hard to be bilingual: you can never be sure when you’re speaking the right language to the right people.
I Love Lucy airs weekday mornings at 11AM/10C.
John Goodman is one funny man - when he can’t remember his lines he may get even funnier!
All October long, catch weekend marathons of Roseanne starting at 6AM/5C on Saturdays!
When you’re the longest running Western in TV history, it’s inevitable you won’t always get it right!
Watch the epic series weekdays at 3PM/2C!
7. The Nanny
Fran Drescher brought the funny every week on The Nanny and will be bringing it on the season premiere of Happily Divorced at 10:30PM/9:30C on November 28th. She’s laughing that famous laugh at herself in these bloopers!
8. That ’70s Show
Ensemble casts always have the best bloopers and That ’70s Show is no exception, though Red cracking up is always a crowd pleaser!
Stay up late and watch That ’70s Show at 1:30AM and 5AM ET.
The members of the 4077th were so outrageous you were never sure if what aired was a blooper; see what the real bloopers looked like.
And watch M*A*S*H weeknights at 6PM/5C.
10. King of Queens
Important note: no scotch for Leah before tapings!
Watch every night at 11PM/10C to see King of Queens at its best.