Sunday Seven #364
TV Land is apparently trying to tick me off in a big way. They’ve decided to schedule episodes of Roseanne all day long on weekends, the only time I’m able to watch the network for any great amount of time. They have so many good shows in their library, but this is the one they choose to run at ridiculous length.
Roseanne is one of those sitcoms that got a great run when it was originally on network television. It’s also one of those sitcoms that I just never got into at all. Roseanne actually has some funny lines in it. This scene, in which the character of Roseanne’s sister has to make a phone call to notify a relative of her dad’s death, is probably my favorite one of the whole series. But for me, at least, scenes that might top my list of favorites were far too few.
So this week’s topic is about sitcoms that I just didn’t see the appeal of. I’m curious to see how many of them didn’t do it for you!
My 7 Least Favorite Long-Running Sitcoms
3. Home Improvement
4. Married…With Children
7. Three’s Company
My friend Carly will likely have something to say about #7 on my list, because I know she’s a big fan of John Ritter; I’ll agree that Ritter was the only good thing about that show, but the show itself was just too dependent on the “Comedy of Errors” plot device for my taste. Even with Ritter’s talent.
Which popular sitcoms would make your least favorites list?