Big 10: Your favourite sitcom
IN this week’s Big 10, with it being Red Nose Day, we ask what is your favourite sitcom?
Tell us your favourite by commenting below.
“My favourite sitcom at the moment is Miranda. It is a silly one but I find it a lot of fun.”
Gerry Mulgrew from Communicado Theatre
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“Dad’s Army just appealed to my sense of humour. It struck a chord.”
Swansea Little Theatre front of house manager Bill Merrell
“Seinfeld - It broke the mold of the standard sitcom format and you can still see its influence today.”
Owen Hathaway, Wales policy officer for the National Union of Teachers (NUT)
“My favourite at the moment has to be 30 Rock, for its slapstick and sarcastic humour.”
Arek Estall, marketing manager at Wolfestone Translations, from Swansea,
“My favourite sitcom has to be Only Fools and Horses. I grew up laughing at Del Boy, Rodney, Grandad, Uncle Albert and their antics.”
Dean Jeffrey, musician, Swansea
“I think Father Ted was an absolute classic - I can watch it again and again and it still makes me laugh.”
Jenny White, freelance writer, Swansea
“My favourite sitcom is My Family; I love the ironic quirky humour and colourful characters.”
Naomi Majid, journalist, from Kidwelly
“The one I loved for years was Only Fools and Horses because it was such a cleverly-written series. All the characters played it for real.”
Swansea Little Theatre Company chairwoman Dreena Morgan-Harvey.
“I love Big Bang Theory. Yes, I am a geek at heart so I can totally relate to them. Seriously, I love how they are all so polite and innocent and don’t try to be ‘macho’ or ‘hard’.”
Hoosh Arabi, photographer, Swansea
“Mrs Brown’s Boys as it is such good laugh with no limits and can make jokes without offending!
I also like the fact that this program was slated by critics and ended up being one of the most successful sitcoms!”
Richie Crossley, photographer, Swansea