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1.
Short for situational comedy.
Some good sitcoms are Seinfeld,Married withchildren,cheers, and happy days.
Ted:Happy days is the best sitcom.
Joe:umm...yup.
by Nunya Buisness August 19, 2006
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2.
A term for a television series involving the same cast of actors who play the same characters in different scenarios each week in what is commonly referred to as an “episode”. Though not strictly confined to the genre, most sitcoms are comedic in nature, hence the name “sitcom” which is an acronym for “situation comedy”. To sum up what is a fairly ambiguous term, a sitcom is what keeps everyday people from watching the news, thus becoming enraged at seeing what is really going on in the country and thus setting about to murder all of Congress.
A sitcom may include: "Will and Grace" - "Friends" - "Sex & The City" etc.
by nethcev! October 22, 2006
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3.
Single Income, Two Children, Oppressive Mortgage. What yuppies turn into when they have children and one of them stops working to stay home with the kids or start a "home business".
Since Fred decided to start up his basket-weaving dotcom business, his family has SITCOM, and he still dresses like a yuppy.
by silvergatlin October 01, 2003
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4.
(Single Income, Two Children, Oppressive Mortgage.) What yuppies
turn into when they have children and one of them stops working to stay home
with the kids.
Buffy decided that when her and john had there 1.2 children she could finally quite her job and become a sitcom.
by Buzz M. February 25, 2005
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5.
A word used in response to hearing a story from a friend that will inevitably lead to an awkward situation. Such as the basis of many bad sitcoms.
Friend 1: It looks like my grandma and her 2 cats are going to be staying with me and my girlfriend this week.

Friend 2: Sitcommmmmm!
by funnythatsmyname February 21, 2011
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6.
Single Income Two Children Oppressive Mortgage
If you live in a sitcom you might go bankrupt so your better off as a dink.

Look up dink here.
by Schon September 29, 2003
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7.
Using the duration in viewing an entire and complete "Sitcom" (Commercials and all) as a measure of the amount of time something takes. (30 Minutes)
Yo, I saw that new Will Ferrell movie. It was less than 3 sitcoms long. What a gip.
by Marc Cassata March 07, 2008
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