December 25, 2006 8:53am CST
I'm going through a phase where I am watching quite a lot of comedy. As a result, 20-odd episodes of Scrubs lasted only a few days. I'm struggling to think of anything. I want to watching things I've not seen before (at least not in chronological order) and I need some suggestions. things I am currently watching/have seen a million times before: Scrubs Blackadder Red Dwarf Friends two Pints Of Lager Curb Your Enthusiasm the Office those are just the one of the top of my head, if I think of anymore I'll let you know. Now, go and make me laugh! Edit: I've also seen Brasseye and I'm going to get the Day today. Spaced Darkplace Alan Partridge Phoenix Nights Extras Peep Show
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25 Dec 06
hahah your beginning to sound like a comedy my friend :) ... r u working? man ur able to finish 20 episodes in a few days is that like two or three days :) .... try to look for Bad Santa or Coming to America :) try some old school fun ....and how about old stuff comedy by ed murphy :)
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26 Dec 06
I love "Bad Santa" and also "Elf," which in my opinion is the funniest movie by Will Ferrell...or so I thought until I just saw "Stranger than Fiction" in the movie theater. One of my other favorite movies that always makes me LAUGH OUT LOUD is "Lost in Translation," especially the part where a Japanese lady of the evening is sent to Bill Murray, and they have, well, translation issues. So funny. Finally I love the movie "What About Bob?" which is goofy but charming.
25 Dec 06
Ben Stiller Spends a Night at the Museum Ben Stiller stars as a security guard at a natural history museum hired to watch over the exhibits at night in Night at the Museum. He soon experiences something the museum's daytime visitors completely miss out on: the displays actually come to life once the museum's doors are locked. Director Shawn Levy had to chase his lead actor around the set acting like a T-Rex in order to help Stiller feel as though he's being hunted down. He also became very proficient at making monkey noises. "It is true," confirmed Shawn Levy. "In fact, like 80% of the monkey’s sounds in the movie is me. You can't do it justice in print so I won’t bother humiliating myself, but literally 75%-80% of the monkey is actually me on set playing the monkey."
25 Dec 06
hey i m back again with some more...i really hope you mark one of my response as the best response :p so here goes : if you are ok with cartoons, check out "south park"...this cartoon is just amazing...full of humor....u wil want to look no more after you have seen this man...but all that if u are ok with cartoons...
25 Dec 06
hey hi...i think i can help u here... well..first of all..i too just dig friends...i watch it over and over again....and since you have mentioned a lot of series....i will suggest some more : btw, " means same as above seinfeld : some people say its better humour than friends will and grace : some good humour everybody loves raymond : cool show comedy inc. : another cool show mad tv : " candid camera : " etc. will keep adding to the list :p