Probably the worst sitcom ever made. Features an inventor and his wacky attempts to keep his android daughter a secret. Similar to Dr. Slump but live action, American, less scatalogical, and not funny. Ran for four seasons.
Nurse: Doctor, what's you diagnosis?
Doctor: This man... he watched a full episode of small wonder. His brain... his brain couldn't take it.
The worst comedy or sitcom I ever saw in my life. They try to be funny, but they're jokes are extremely corny, and not even close to funny. Shit, even that showed "Armed and Famous" on VH1 was better, and it only lasted four episodes.
"She had man hands!" << NOT FUNNY!
"Dude did you see that show Seinfeld?"
"Yeah, that show sucks Big fat hairy vagina balls!"
|3.||The big bang theory|
Horrible sitcom made for 'intelligent' people, but really, you only need a high school diploma to understand the jokes.
People who read xkcd and think they're clever for understanding it will love this.
Has the worst laughtrack imaginable.
Sheldon: My new computer comes with Windows 7.
Audience: Laughs so hard that they cough up blood.
Sheldon: Windows 7 is much more user friendly than Windows Vista.
Audience: National reserves are called in to contain the sheer amount of laughter.
Sheldon : I don't like that.
Audience: 6 are pronounced dead by suffocating themselves with laughter.
A real sketch from the big bang theory. The clip is on youtube.
Hilarious character from the hit sitcom "Seinfeld". The actor is better known as Michael Richards, the guy who completely lost whatever respect he may have had because he spewed horrible racist garbage after being heckled by black audiences. Michael handled the situation poorly as comedian. A good comedian will know how to shut up hecklers and make it funny for everyone.more...
Michael acknowledges that what he said was wrong and if anyone saw his apology video on Letterman, you could see that he was sincere in his apology and is most definately not racist. We all have the potential to let our emotions get to us and even spew out garbage like what Richards said at the laugh factory under certain circumstances even though we may not mean it.
With that being said, this whole issue has brought up a slew of idiots. First are the closet-racists who are saying Richards had the right to call them "niggers" because he was being heckled and called cracker (even though the "victims" called him that after the tirade). Nigger is a derogatory term that goes back in the slavery days although today can be taken as other meanings. Despite this fact, it was clear that the way Richard's used it was in a derogatory sense. The second group of idiots this has brought up is Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton. It's not bad enough they called for a boycott on the new Seinfeld DVD but also to sop using the word "nigger" altogether?? These are the kind of people increasing racial tension in our society...
This word is actually from the 80's British BBC sitcom "The Young One's". It aired on MTV on Sunday nights. The series only ran for 3 seasons. It was a huge, huge hit in Britain.
In one particular episode, two demons are sitting around having a conversation while torturing a man via electrical shocks and horrible music. One of them is named "Ftumpch". During the course of their conversation is it revealed that the only way they can materialize in our world is if someone says their name. Ftumpch laments that due to his ridiculous name, he hardly ever gets called.
Sure enough, later in the episode, one of the main characters, Rick, the prissy Socialist mama's-boy, says Ftumpch's name, and poof he appears and sets off trying to torture anyone who will sit still long enough.
Rick: "All one needs is a 'Ftumpch', from the local authority."
Neal: "What's a 'ftumpch'?"