Message from discussion Who's the best? Friends, Seinfeld, or Frasier?
From: duane montgomery <dmontgom...@zoomnet.net>
Subject: Re: Who's the best? Friends, Seinfeld, or Frasier?
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Donna Tschetter wrote:
> I watch Friends and I am WAAAAAY over 30.
> Chandler is very amusing!
> On Sat, 31 May 1997, Joseph Ryan Schembrie wrote:
> > No one in America over the age of thirty watches Friends. And for those
> > younger, use the formula 100-3.3X, where X=their age. This will give
> > you the average IQ of the Friends audience for that particular age
> > bracket.
> > 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?
> > Joe Schembrie
> > The Cydonia Files
> > http://cybooks.com
i are 36, and likes friends. and i are vury smart and entelijant.
seriuosly though, friends isn't the best show in the world, but it's not
the worst either. it's by far the best show in it's time slot. but
frasier and seinfeld are much better, maybe the best.
i guess what i'm saying is that it will kill 30 minutes nicely.