Funny TV Shows

Funny TV Shows

11. House of Representatives

It's usually on C-SPAN from 4 to 7. See also Politics.

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12. Don't Laugh

Japanese gameshow on which if you laugh, you lose. See also Japanese.

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13. Pac-Man Adentures

They gave Pac-Man a back story. It kind of sucks. See also Video Games.

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14. Finder of Lost Loves

Eighties drama about a private detective dedicated to reuniting separated lovers. (He was later put out of business by Facebook and the Internet.) See also 80's.

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15. Cop Rock

A 1990's ABC TV series. Imagine NYPD Blue meets Glee. See also 90's, Musicals.

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16. Zitcoms

Hollywood slang for sitcoms about teenagers. See also Sitcom, Television.

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17. "Very Special" Episodes of Sitcoms

For example when Jesse got hopped up on caffeine pills or Urkel got drunk and nearly fell of the roof. More examples here. See also 80's, 90's, Sitcom.

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18. Paid Programming

The show that's on at 12 am, 1 am, 2 am, 3 am, 4 am, and 5 am. See also Commercials.

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19. Jake and the Fatman

See also 80's, Obesity.

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20. Romper Room

Each program would open with a greeting from the hostess and the Pledge of Allegiance. Then the hostess and her group of children would embark on an hour (or half hour) of games, exercises, songs and moral lessons, which were regularly accompanied by background music.

At the end of each broadcast, the hostess would look through a "magic mirror" (actually a face-sized open hoop with a handle) and name the children she saw in "televisionland", then recite the rhyme, "Romper, bomper, stomper boo. Tell me, tell me, tell me, do. Magic mirror, tell me today. Have all my friends had fun at play?" She would then lead into, "I can see Scotty and Kimberly and Julie and Jimmy and Kelly and all of you boys and girls out there!" Did she ever see you? See also 80's, Children, Television.

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