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thecrow174 wrote :

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Throughout my whole life, that has been the Andy Griffith show for me.
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Wow, we have similar sitcom tastes! 


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Yeah...no matter how stressed out or worried I may get at times, I can pull up some episodes of Andy Griffith on Netflix and just chill out.  It's kinda like comfort food for me.  All my troubles and worries just slip away while watching.
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Vaporman87
That reminds me of the many, many evenings that I would curl up on the couch (when I was single) and fall asleep to episodes of MST3K that I had watched a thousand times already. Even today, MST3K episodes like The Final Sacrifice, Space Mutiny, Soul Taker, Boggy Creek II, and others can put me in a restful state.
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mickyarber wrote :

thecrow174 wrote :


mickyarber wrote :



Throughout my whole life, that has been the Andy Griffith show for me.
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Wow, we have similar sitcom tastes! 


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Yeah...no matter how stressed out or worried I may get at times, I can pull up some episodes of Andy Griffith on Netflix and just chill out.  It's kinda like comfort food for me.  All my troubles and worries just slip away while watching.
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eddstarr
Vaporman87 wrote :

@eddstarr: I've never heard of the show, but your description of the premise certainly sounds like a good one.
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Now that I think about it, I was able to see "The Good Life" because I'd moved to one of the cities that was crazy for Britcoms - Seattle. Not all PBS affiliates around the country carried BBC shows. Seattle was unique in airing Britcoms only every Saturday night during the 80's.

I'll post others that may be more familiar.

Stay Tuned.
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Vaporman87
eddstarr wrote :
Seattle was unique in airing Britcoms only every Saturday night during the 80's.
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The only British comedy that I had actually seen in the 80's was Benny Hill. It came on late at night on one of the local channels.
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It's all about Mr. Bean! 
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kidcoffee
Frasier, Laverne and Shirley, Big Bang Theory, Just Shoot Me, Who's the Boss...

Really my list is pretty expansive as I have always had a soft spot for sitcoms
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Vaporman87
kidcoffee wrote :

Frasier, Laverne and Shirley, Big Bang Theory, Just Shoot Me, Who's the Boss...

Really my list is pretty expansive as I have always had a soft spot for sitcoms
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kidcoffee
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Kid C! Where have you been?
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Hibernating.
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