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Curb made me realize how much of Seinfeld's brilliance was rooted in Larry David, but it didn't lessen Seinfeld at all for me. I seem to be in the minority in that instance, though, from what I've heard and read over the years.
Forgot about Louie. That shit is seriously funny.
Regis, no hate, but you have the worst taste in TV. I'd hate to think that after a long hard day of performing laser whitening treatments on 25 year old trophy wives, you go home, make your self a nice cold stiff drink, curl up on the couch with your hot girlfriend, and watch alternating episodes of Home Improvement and Full House on Nick-at-Nite
Brad, Fraiser was the bomb.
4P, Rosanne was pretty great up until Dan had his heart attack. After that the show was unwatchable. I always thought the Halloween episodes were pretty great.
Wait what? I dislike all the shows you listed. Not Nick at nite. Nick back in the mid-late 90's is what I'm talking about
Wrong. You can win this one pretty easy depending on how the buyer writes his claim. If he says it doesn't fit (rather than claiming your measurements/colors/description is wrong), you can just state that buyer protection does not cover items failing to meet buyer expectations. It really comes down to how savvy the buyer is at gaming the system, but if he just says "doesn't fit, want a return" it's not a hard case to win. He can still leave negative feedback though, so you'll have to weigh your options.
He can still leave negative feedback if you offer a return, especially if you don't foot his shipping bill.
It seems like they've accepted it was as described in listing and that I don't do returns, so praying this all pans out. If not, will keep this in mind.
I see his influence as creating the more awkward moments and contrived social situations that are so evident in Curb, and grounding the show a bit more firmly in reality. The difference is really evident comparing seasons three and four to eight and nine.
Malcolm was great in the beginning, but it suffered from the same problem that all kid-centric shows have, which is that kids get older and you have to create bad contrived story lines to keep them around. It's funny to think that Bryan Cranston was the dad on MitM, the protagonist/antagonist on Breaking Bad, and Tim Whatley.
I'm just messing with you a bit. I'm suggesting that somebody that would have consumed all of the shows you listed would have grown into a more sophisticated palate of shows like Full House and Home Improvement.