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    Curb Your Enthusiasm is a television sitcom starring, and created by Larry David, the co-creator of Seinfeld. The show revolves around him, and an average day in the life of Larry David. Much like Seinfeld, it can be called “A show about nothing”. Each episode consists of Larry getting himself into trouble due to his lack of social skills. While this show seems as if it is a lighthearted comedy show, it shows a great change for couples in the world of sitcoms. The roles of men and women within those relationships are flipped with the couple of Jeff and Susie…

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    The Big Bang Theory: A View on the Modern “Nerdist” The Big Bang Theory is an extremely successful sitcom that airs Monday nights on CBS. It involves love, drama, comedy and many other elements into a single format. Some of the main characters are Leonard, Sheldon, Penny, Howard, Rajesh, Bernadette, and Amy. One of the reasons I am researching The Big Bang Theory or “TBBT” is because it is one of the most watched, successful, and highest rated sitcoms of all time. According to Winston, as of…

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    lesson Dev abstracts out from a couple of hours of babysitting his friend’s children is that parenting will become a nightmare if you are not completely ready for it. “Master of none” is a painting that among it, American society is nakedly painted in varied colors. There are bright and dark tone colors representing races, sexes, families, cultures, and mass media combined creating a comprehensive layout. And together with a sarcastic, hilarious and compelling representation, this TV show…

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    I Love Lucy Research Paper

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    and that is M.A.S.H. which first aired in 1972. The reason why this sitcom is so important is because “it was the first series on television to make dramedy appealing, effortlessly striding the line between the deadly serious and the completely bonkers.” (Inverse) Although the sitcom was surrounded by this horrifying event the characters also prioritized on devising pranks and hilarious scenarios to lighten the mood. The Show displayed “a time when the entire country seemed divided, M.A.S.H.…

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    First, I have to say its hilarious to see Gene Simmons in a question, about a perfect family. I think it would have been even funnier if the Beverly Hillbillies was included or compared to Gene Simmons. However, the Cosby Show or Fresh Prince of Bel-Air was more relatable in my upbring. According, to society we were the burgesious or higher, when I was growing up. Therefore, shows depicting the perfect family were never tye reason for why our family unit survived and lived above…

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    I agree with Darren on the fact that the show “Little Mosque on the Prairie” would be able to run in the United States. Although the show is about a minority population (Muslims), we see no direct put down of religions. As with anything, timing is everything. In 2002, I think that the show would have had a hard time airing. The attitude to Muslims whether it was justified or not was negative and the show would be cancelled immediately. In 2015 however, the times have changed and this show…

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    and continue to run, the two that can get brought up are “American Dad!” and “Family Guy.” Both shows ultimately demonstrate core family values in the most comedic way but they are equally different and in point of the main characters both have several differences. As a contrast between the main character of “American Dad“, Stan Smith and of “Family Guy”, Peter Griffin, one is more disciplined and determined than the other. “Family Guy” started in 1999 and has 14 seasons so far. It airs…

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    dinner table while Alice is in the background cleaning the kitchen and serving them their morning coffee. As for the housewife from Modern Family the episode “Pilot” Claire is seen cleaning the kitchen after the morning breakfast, make sure her kids are dressed apportialy, putting the laundry away, and organizing events for the family. Overall the two housewives are shown to be a little different from the different years. Third, the roles that were portrayed of the two housewife from the two…

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    In 2009, a show that would change the teenage tv show genre aired its pilot. Glee the first of its genre and the first of many other shows to come. Teenagers in the twenty-first century took a huge liking to shows that were either dramatic or comedic. Musical movies were making a boom in Hollywood. With this in mind, Ryan Murphy created a teenage musical dramedy (drama, comedy) that succeeded more than what colleagues had expected of the show. Glee took these three genres and combined them,…

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    process. From this point of view one would expect each family member to determine their role in the family. Some family members might prefer to hold a position of reverence and importance, such as Ward Cleaver or Mike Baxter; for others a position of service may be a greater satisfaction than receiving admiration, such as with June Cleaver. In addition, the behavior of family members can change over time, causing the family structure to evolve, such as children learning lessons, as portrayed in…

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