DO NOT READ THIS THREAD BEFORE YOU POST YOUR ANSWERS
Object of the game: Try to think of the most popular answer, to get the most people matching you. Google is allowed, if you desire. Only answers that are “serious” will be scored. Joke answers will not be considered, as it is not fair to other players.
Scoring - Any answer duplicated by anyone else is worth 100 points divided by the number of entrants. For example: 50 entrant game = 2 pts per answer. If 4 people match that means they each get 8 pts for that answer. No matches = 0 points.
If any of you have ideas for Feuds -and would like me to score them- PM me and I’ll get you on The List.
FORMATTING OF ANSWERS IS IMPORTANT!
Write your answers like this; Do not repeat the questions, no periods at the end of answers, no spaces between lines, no comments, no fancy list coding. If you need to comment or clarify your answers, do it AFTER the list of answers. Thanks.
JUST LIKE THIS:
1. answer <<—There is a space after the period!
The game will end either when we have 50 entrants, or at 4:00 PM Central on Thursday, 10/30/08 whichever comes first.
All of the answers to this Feud should pertain to classic half-hour comedy TV shows. It’s left to the reader to define "classic TV."
- Name a classic TV comedy that primarily revolved around a workplace.
- Name a classic TV comedy that primarily took place in the main characters’ home.
- Name a classic TV comedy where one of the supporting players became more popular than the star.
- Name a classic TV comedy that spun off from another one.
- Name a socially conscious classic TV comedy.
- Name a classic TV comedy that didn’t age well.
- Name a classic TV comedy that did age well.
- Name an actor or actress who appeared in many classic TV comedies.
- Name a catchphrase from a classic TV comedy.
- What would most people choose as the quintessential classic TV comedy?