>What about "Red Dwarf"?
I love it too (particullarly the first few series) but I don't think it's as good as the ones I mentioned (and you could also mention "Smith & Jones", "You Called M'Lord?", and "Crazy Train" as possible options).
Are there any good US comedies nowadays? I used to watch "Seinfeld" and "The Simpsons" but right now I don't think I watch a single US comedy. I believe "Frasier" is the most popular comedy in the US but I think it sucks. Is there some alternative?
>In a message dated 11/01/1999 9:00:32 AM Eastern Standard Time,
><< Some of you might not know these shows because they're all British comedies
> (British make the best comedies, no doubt about it) and some never aired on
> the US. >>
> Sadly, the only British TV show that I ever really got a kick out of was
>The Young Ones. Rik Mayal, (I think that is the correct spelling) has an
>unbelievable talent for comedic characters.
That's weird. Have you ever watched "Not the 9 O'clock News" or the third/fourth series of "The Black Adder"? They are superb.