My top ten British sitcoms

9 May

A few months ago, I counted down to my top British sitcom. Here, I present my top ten list in full. Click on the links to go to the post for each of the sitcoms.

10. The Vicar of Dibley – The traditional English village of Dibley is assigned a woman vicar.

9. Father Ted – Three priests of the Roman Catholic Church living together with their housekeeper on a remote island.

8. The Office – A fictional documentary about the employees working in the office of Wernham Hogg Paper Company.

7. Yes Minister – A look into the political career of Jim Hacker, the minster for the Department for Administrative Affairs.

6. Peep Show – Peeping into the eyes and minds of Mark Corrigan and Jeremy Usbourne, two very different flatmates.

5. Only Fools and Horses – Two brothers making a living selling dodgy goods on the mean streets of London.

4. Fawlty Towers – Basil Fawlty is a snob in charge of a hotel.

3. Red Dwarf – The last human, a humanoid evolved from a cat, a mechanoid and a hologram are lost in deep space.

2. Blackadder – A journey through English history with the cunning Edmund Blackadder.

1. One Foot in the Grave – Following his retirement, whatever can go wrong, does go wrong for Victor Meldrew.

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2 Responses to “My top ten British sitcoms”

  1. ristinw May 11, 2011 at 7:50 am #

    I wish I could watched British Channel here ^-^

    • stickinsect May 12, 2011 at 12:53 am #

      Can you watch ‘4od’ on YouTube? If so, you may be able to watch ‘Peep Show’ and ‘Father Ted’.

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