Noel and Russel together. Source: My Big Fat Quiz of the Year, Channel 4.. The Goth Detectives Noel and Russel together Source: My Big Fat Quiz of the Year Channel 4 The Goth Detectives
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#2 - girlinblue **User deleted account**
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#50 to #2 - thehardcorechimp
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Frankie ******* Boyle
#11 to #2 - lasthuman
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IT Crowd, The Inbetweeners, Peep Show, Friday Night Dinner, The Mighty Boosh, QI, 8 Out of 10 Cats, Would I Lie to You, Mock the Week, Green Wing, The Armstrong and Miller Show.
#27 to #11 - jakemakefunny
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All very good choices, then if you enjoyed Green Wing, give Campus a go - made by the same people.
#14 to #11 - chubbisavior
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Especially IT crowd
#12 to #11 - lasthuman
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Also. Fresh Meat
#58 to #12 - theyellowbandito
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Love that show! Are they making another season??
#22 to #11 - mads
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That Mitchel and Webb look is a great sketch show.
#16 to #11 - basilbrush
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I want to add PhoneShop and Bad Education to that list.
#47 to #16 - lasthuman
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Bad Education was brilliant, although I didn't really care for Phone Shop.
#26 to #11 - girlinblue **User deleted account**
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#49 to #26 - lasthuman
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Tip of the ice berg my friend, these were just the first ones to come to mind! I'd also like to add Misfits to the list as no one else seems have mentioned it.
#29 to #2 - anon
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Monty Pythons Flying Circus
#45 to #2 - anon
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"Mock The Week" and "Would I Lie to You?" Both of those are pretty good. Oh, "The Mitchell and Webb Show", is also good.
#6 to #2 - princeko
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The IT Crowd is a great show. Give it a shot. Its all on netflix if you have one of those.
#20 to #2 - suiker
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Also, Cheers
#24 to #2 - cammyT
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mock the week
#57 to #2 - alexrider
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Qi, 8 out of 10 cats, Never Mind The Buzzcocks
#13 to #2 - rainbowtacos
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David Mitchell
Mock the Week
#25 to #13 - girlinblue **User deleted account**
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#15 to #2 - hudis
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QI is probably the cosiest thing I've ever seen. Made me happy on so many occasions. It's also hilarious. Most episodes are on youtube.
#52 to #2 - inkfox
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Russel Howard
Frankie Boyle
Mock the week
QI
#33 to #2 - Happiness
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Sean ************* Lock, guy is a genius
#36 to #2 - lankyman
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Garth Marenghi's Darkplace is the very definition of a under appreciated cult classic
Probably one of the smartest attempts to appear stupid ever in TV.
Brass Eye and The Day Today is an oldie but still as controversial and memorable
Chris Morris is a small demi-God in my eyes because of these.
Spaced, indisputably, one of the greatest sitcoms EVER, no doubt about it
The launch pad for Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Jessica Hynes (shame she wasn't in the Cornetto Trilogy as much as she should)
As an American (presumably) your knowledge of Steve Coogan is that irrelevant limey who has failed to properly make it into Hollywood
Steve Coogan is actually pretty awesome in Britain, and his show I am Alan Partridge is pretty awesome as well
Graham Lineham wrote three of the greatest British sitcoms today, which have probably been notified already, but these are Black Books, IT Crowd and Father Ted
If you want a bit of obscurity, try Mighty Boosh, the strange concoction of Noel Fielding and Julian Barratt. Not for everybody, but it's definitely worth a go.

And of course the oldies:

Red Dwarf, The brilliance of a British sitcom coupled with the imagination of any British sci-fi epic

Fawlty Towers, John Cleese at his best

Blackadder, British history treated with British humor, simply amazing.



#48 to #36 - internetrage
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you & me? i reckon we'd get on just fine.
you & me? i reckon we'd get on just fine.
#37 to #36 - Obscurity
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#38 to #37 - lankyman
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I haven't even gotten to the Sketch Comedy or properly into the old sitcoms

Hold onto your breeches
#40 to #38 - Obscurity
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you mentioned me in your comment
#41 to #40 - lankyman
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Oh cool!

Its a sign!
#44 to #36 - lankyman
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Oh yeah, and also Peep Show
#32 to #2 - gibbousm
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Blackadder
#28 to #2 - slayarj
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little britain
#46 to #2 - sweetellie
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I dunno if they've been suggested already but for the love of god, watch Black books and the inbetweeners.
I dunno if they've been suggested already but for the love of god, watch Black books and the inbetweeners.
#23 to #2 - approval
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Coupling
#19 to #2 - suiker
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QI
#7 to #2 - daisynomnom
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Lee Evans
Peter Kay
Sean Lock
Michael Mcintyre
The Inbetweeners (English one)
#9 to #2 - restfullwicked
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i like the classics, 'allo 'allo. Porridge, dad's army, blackadder, open all hours, stuff like that.
#4 to #2 - benstillerphaqqot
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8 Out Of 10 Cats, but the newer seasons.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=anuAXrfxG1g
#8 to #2 - BerryLicious
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Black books, Father Ted, Blackadder, Red Dwarf
#42 to #8 - killerofmuffins
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Bottom.
#30 to #8 - fukkendragonite
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Red Dwarf is what TV was made for.   
   
Best thing to ever grace television without a doubt
Red Dwarf is what TV was made for.

Best thing to ever grace television without a doubt
#17 to #8 - anon
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4 out of my top 5 comedies right there
#39 to #2 - anon
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Frankie Boyle
#61 to #2 - ahhmygoditsjack
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The League of Gentleman is brilliant as well
#5 to #2 - anon
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The inbetweeners,the original English version not the ****** US abomination.
#59 to #2 - mrcinnamon
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Father Ted is one of the funniest shows of all time. Top Irish humour
#3 to #2 - mudkipfucker [OP]
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Jimmy Carr
#34 to #3 - gonzoen
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"I was raised a Catholic, and the most annoying thing about going to church was all the standing up, sitting down, and kneeling.

I wish the priest could just pick a position and **** me!"
#31 to #3 - anon
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noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
#63 to #31 - pwnmissilereborn **User deleted account**
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#21 - celaeneo
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The Goth Detectives
#53 to #21 - lolfire
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Comment Picture
#54 to #53 - lolfire
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Well thank you funnyjunk for raping my gif with your size limits.
#55 - Loppytaffy
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Hiro's face behind them is the perfect reaction face to anything those two might ever say.
#62 - jellyraptorz
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This guy is 40 now O.O hes looking good
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#10 - mrvoodoo
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Is that Masi Oka in the back (Hiro Nakamura,Heroes)?
#18 to #10 - jorlan
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Yes, it is.
Yesterday I found out he also plays a little role in Scrubs