@hchavers@TellarHK Excellent example is Big Bang Theory. The most popular sitcom in the market is single camera. Arrested Development, Always Sunny, Modern Family, Silicon Valley, You’re the Worst, all single cam.
While I don’t particularly disagree with any of the choices on this list (Frasier got my vote by a nose), it’s awfully U.S.-oriented. Shout out to Fawlty Towers, Are You Being Served?, The I.T. Crowd, and The Red Green Show.
@Fuzzalini The Lodge segments were done with an audience. You could get tickets, and if you showed up in costume, there was a chance they’d bring you up for the “New Member” sketch. The crowd in the end credit Lodge meetings was also made up of audience members.
@carlharkins@RiotDemon I really liked the episode where Tim did something stupid and Jill got mad at him. Then after talking with Wilson, Tim made it up to her at the end and all was well. How did those writers come up with such great scripts?