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When it comes to TV, the best shows ever were the comedy ones. Family comedies were big in the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, and now. And I know everything about them. It doesn't matter if its Momma's Family, Full House, a Disney or Nickelodeon Show, etc. There is no denying that I am a TV comedy geek. Ask anything!

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Over 19 years of experience here. When you grow up in the generation I did, TV is a big part of your life. I watched plenty of it, and even watched older videos from my parents' childhoods. I am a TV geek, so I know a lot about this subject


High School grad (2008) College Student, TV Broadcasting

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2015-03-10 What does this joke mean in SNL?:

Apologies for the late reply. I just saw your message.    As for the joke, it appears to be from the Megan Fox hosted SNL broadcast in 2009. It took a bit to find as the video you sent me was not available

2013-03-20 Two and a half men:

It really doesn't matter long term. Most of the time, if they have a big show that they know will go over on time, they will shorten the open on the song. If they are cool on time, they'll keep it the


It all depends really. Usually, a sitcom with top people involved could go as high as a 50 to 100K, where as a pilot with no actors set in stone, and only the script, could only go as high as 30 to 40

2010-11-22 Sitcom submission?:

I suggest you do it! One thing you could try first is to get some actors together and do something similar to what Mike Myers does with his stuff.    When he did Austin Powers and Love Guru, he did a play

2010-01-30 Sitcom submission:

Ok, if you have a sitcom written up and it has not been picked up or given a pilot of some sort, then there is really no steps to protect it unless you are a member of SAG or another organization like


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