Remember when we used to really laugh???

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Remember when we used to really laugh???
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Old 12-02-2018, 09:27 AM
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Old 12-02-2018, 10:08 AM
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Yes, I remember, and I'm only 55. Even as late as the 80s, Sitcoms/Shows were great. Not so much, lately.
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Major problem with the show...I was all yes All " Canned Laughter ".
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Yes, I remember, and I'm only 55. Even as late as the 80s, Sitcoms/Shows were great. Not so much, lately.
I dunno - I love the humor of Modern Family and Curb Your Enthusiasm with that sick puppy Larry David LOL. I also like Blackish, although not as much as the first two. And I adored The Middle with Patricia Heaton, who I also adored in Everybody Loves Raymond.
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That was the funniest show ever.
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I dunno - I love the humor of Modern Family and Curb Your Enthusiasm with that sick puppy Larry David LOL. I also like Blackish, although not as much as the first two. And I adored The Middle with Patricia Heaton, who I also adored in Everybody Loves Raymond.
I forgot to add The Office -- how I loved that show. I am a big fan of the whole cast Steve Carrell, John Kraskinsky and, of course Jenna Fischer.

I like Jenna's new show Splitting Up Together (also starring Goldie Hawn's son, Oliver Hudson - not as funny as the others but it does have its moments.
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I posted earlier this morning about The IT Crowd on PBS on Saturday evening. Turned on not knowing what it was and almost fell out of the chair laughing. Very politically incorrect, but so funny.
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I dunno - I love the humor of Modern Family and Curb Your Enthusiasm with that sick puppy Larry David LOL. I also like Blackish, although not as much as the first two. And I adored The Middle with Patricia Heaton, who I also adored in Everybody Loves Raymond.

Curb Your Enthusiasm sometimes is quite hilarious. Mom can be funny too.
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