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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonels_Wear_Blue View Post
    Gosh, I loved that sitcom!!!
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    Archie Bunker & Sammy Davis, Jr. - The Kiss


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    How about some Hillbilly Golf? HILARIOUS!!!


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    John Ritter- Comedic Genius.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hangman View Post
    "What does a yellow light mean?" is hard to top. I love Taxi and watch every chance I get.

    But you have to go with the original queen of comedy here.



    "Speeeeeeed it up a little!"
    Many forget the back story of this episode because the candy assembly line bit was so classic. Fred and Ricky were cooking rice (a disaster waiting to happen). When Ricky asked Fred if he knew anything about rice, he said something along the lines of "I know I had it thrown at me on the worst day of my life".

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    Ritter was one of the best physical comedians ever, as evidenced by the hilariously funny hammock scene.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mcpapa View Post
    Many forget the back story of this episode because the candy assembly line bit was so classic. Fred and Ricky were cooking rice (a disaster waiting to happen). When Ricky asked Fred if he knew anything about rice, he said something along the lines of "I know I had it thrown at me on the worst day of my life".
    I remember that quote. So funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Parker View Post
    LOVE that scene. Always one of my favorites. Good pick, Randy.

    Knotts belongs on the Mt. Rushmore of sitcom comedians.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Science Friction View Post
    John Ritter- Comedic Genius.

    Highly underrated funny guy

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    Fawlty Towers was, sadly, only around for a brief time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mcpapa View Post
    Many forget the back story of this episode because the candy assembly line bit was so classic. Fred and Ricky were cooking rice (a disaster waiting to happen). When Ricky asked Fred if he knew anything about rice, he said something along the lines of "I know I had it thrown at me on the worst day of my life".
    This is also the episode where Ricky explains to Fred that you have to use a lot of starch with your stockings and puts the iron imprint on all of his white tee shirts.

    I don't care what decade you're in.. Lucy holds up as good or better than any show I've ever seen. I have them all on DVD and pop them in from time to time when I need a pick me up. The episode where she locks herself in the meat freezer is also classic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hangman View Post
    This is also the episode where Ricky explains to Fred that you have to use a lot of starch with your stockings and puts the iron imprint on all of his white tee shirts.

    I don't care what decade you're in.. Lucy holds up as good or better than any show I've ever seen. I have them all on DVD and pop them in from time to time when I need a pick me up. The episode where she locks herself in the meat freezer is also classic.
    Lucille Ball--- Queen of Comedy.

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    I know it as not a sitcom, but Tim Conway's Elephant Story from the Carol Burnett Show was TV magic.


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