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Random fashion thoughts

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by thekunk07, Aug 1, 2009.

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  1. Bam!ChairDance

    Bam!ChairDance Well-Known Member

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    lol was totally waiting for the sruli reference
     
  2. Urthwhyte

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    Fifteen years since the final episode next month, and no sitcom since has surpassed it.

    Last I checked Sruli Recht still has both his hands, so this is probably wrong.
     
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    community and misfits (and house of lies is kinda funny at times), also really like the us-version of shameless
     
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  4. Bam!ChairDance

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    uthwhyte you're forgetting he has an intern now! that like doubles the body parts available to him
     
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    Rumor is that it was actually the hand of his most recent (and least favorite) intern
     
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    :eh:

    A pyramid, of sorts:

    The Simpsons
    Arrested Development
    Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Office (original)
    Seinfeld
    Parks & Recreation, Modern Family
    The Office (US), Community
     
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  7. ImaPro

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    fu no proxy :(
     
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    Friends wasn't that great. And it came on after seinfeld which made things worse.
     
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    peep show
     
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    There's no way Curb is better than Seinfeld. I love Larry David, but it doesn't have half the range Seinfeld did. AD is excellent, but it's far more heavily plotted and not directly comparable.
     
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    Dude, Party Down ! High up there.





    From what I remember the first few seasons of The Office US were great, really went downhill after that though.

    I grew pretty bored with Park&Rec and Community last year, haven't watched since.





    I find House of Lies pretty unbearable. Misfits has completely lost the plot.
     
  12. Urthwhyte

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    Everyone should watch Yes, Prime Minister and Fawlty Towers though, for real. The first few Mitchell and Webb series are pretty great as well
     
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    I like Archer and It's Always Sunny from time to time. Those are funny, but again I haven't kept up lately.

    It is weird to me that you enjoy watching funny TV shows. I don't imagine you laughing at all. I mean if I'm being honest I am 90% certain you are a clone of R Kawakubo.
     
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    Oh right! Yeah, that was great. Rob Thomas doing all the funny shit he couldn't do on network TV; Paul Rudd and co. improvising, bringing in that Apatow feel. That was a smart show, wish it lasted longer.

    I actually like Mindy Kaling's new one, too. It's network, but the wealth of talent is pretty amazing; it could be going places.
     
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    I watch New Girl and The Mindy Project every week, and to me it's pretty clear that The Mindy Project is the better of the two.
     
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    ya'll sleeping on Peep Show
     
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    I'm way too empathetic to enjoy "awkward humor," so when I watch something like Peep Show, all the cringeworthy things happening on screen make me really anxious, to the point where it feels like masochism to stay in my seat. Like watching a horror film almost.

    Oh, and on a different note-- do Rogue Territory jeans really have that contrast placket thing going on? I was into the black SKs until I noticed that blinding white fabric poking out near the fly. Yuck
     
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    ^ Me too. That's why I couldn't stand later seasons of The Office. Michael interaction with Phyllis and Toby made me uncomfortable
     
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    I still find New Girl really funny
     
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    I don't really watch much TV, but I've loved Community since its inception. This season hasn't been as funny as previous ones, but I'm willing to forgive that for the sake of how re-watchable its best episodes are. Parks & Rec is great, but I get that it's a particular style of humor that not everyone loves (cf. Community and The Office). Game of Thrones is tremendously good TV, but we're talking funny stuff, which isn't really GoT's main game (although that's not to say there haven't been moments where it's been extremely funny).

    If I really want funny, I just watch old Simpsons episodes.
     
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