Message from discussion Who's the best? Friends, Seinfeld, or Frasier?
From: Joseph Ryan Schembrie <joesc...@seanet.com>
Subject: Re: Who's the best? Friends, Seinfeld, or Frasier?
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No one in America over the age of thirty watches Friends. And for those
younger, use the formula 100-20X, where X=30-their age. This will give
you the average IQ of the Friends audience for that particular age
Seinfeld is about everything in life that's real. Kramer is more real
than the most realistic character on Friends. Friends is about nothing
-- improbable, meaningless relationships built on the pretense of Really
Caring, but we all know they just want to hang out for fun and get into
each others' pants. Okay, but do you have to lie about it? Must you
confuse lust with love twenty-six times a season?
The Cydonia Files