20 Funny Quotes & Famous Catchphrases From The Best, Most Nostalgic Sitcoms Of All Time

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One-liners that make us laugh every time we re-watch our favorite TV programs.

Television is a big part of society. Our parents, our parent’s parents, and for some of us our parent’s parent’s parents, have tuned in to watch the news, games, shows, dramas and my personal favorite, the comedy.

Television comedies take many forms. There is sketch comedy, like Saturday Night Live or The Carrol Burnett Show, where they think of funny ideas and play them in vignettes, where there is no through story line from episode to episode, season to season.

There is also the comedy-drama or “dramedy” as it is sometimes nicknamed. The dramedy follows a format more like things are in real life. The story is driving to a dramatic finish, but sometimes funny things will happen as they do in day to day life. Think one of the most famous of these… F.R.I.E.N.D.S.

But my personal favorite is the sitcom. Everyone loves a good sitcom. Sitcom (short for situational comedy, if you didn’t already know), are shows where first they develop the characters and their relationships, and those characters get themselves in and out of zany predicaments week in and week out. Sometimes its centered around a family, or a group of friends, or a workplace. Sometimes its centered around a place that strangers come to and find commonality and understanding.

From I Love Lucy, all the way to The Big Bang Theory and beyond, sitcoms have had us laughing for years. Here are some of the greatest funny quotes and most famous catchphrases from some of the best sitcoms of all time.

1. That 70’s Show

“I said good day.” Fez

2. Full House

“Cut. It. Out.” —Joey Gladstone

You got it dude” —​Michelle Tanner

3. Honeymooners

“Bang Zoom to the moon, Alice!” —​Ralph Kramden

4. Will and Grace

“Just Jack!”– Jack McFarlan

5. How I Met Your Mother

“Legend wait for it dary” —Barney Simpson

6. 30 Rock

“I want to go to there” —​Liz Lemon

7. Frasier

“Sherry, Niles?” —Frasier

8. Parks and Rec

“Treat Your Self” —Donna Meagle and Tom Haverford

9. Cheers

“Norm!” —Cast

10. Big Bang Theory

“Bazinga!” —Sheldon Cooper

11. F.R.I.E.N.D.S.

“How You Doin’?” —Joey Tribiani

12. Arrested Development

“There’s always money in the banana stand.” —George Bluth

13. I Love Lucy

“Lucy, you’ve got some ‘splainin to do!” —​Ricky Ricardo

14. Saturday

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25 Best Quotes & Funny Memes From Stand-Up Comedian, Jerry Seinfeld

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He turned a show about nothing into something.

Who is Jerry Seinfeld? Jerry Seinfeld is an American stand-up comedian, actor, writer and producer best known for his work on the 90s hit sitcom Seinfeld. Through his comedy work over the years, he has given us plenty of funny quotes and memes as well.

Jerry started his career off modestly at open mic nights in the late 70s, eventually appearing on The Tonight Show in 1981. He got his own television special in 1987. Following that, Jerry paired up with fellow comedian Larry David to develop a show for NBC and alas, Seinfeld was born in 1989.

Since his huge success with Seinfeld, Jerry has written the New York Times Best-Seller SeinLanguage in 1993 and continued to do more stand-up comedy shows later that decade. He also co-wrote, and starred in Bee Movie as the voice of Barry B. Benson in 2007.

Seinfeld married his wife, Jessica Seinfeld, in 1999, who he shared three children with — Sascha, Julian, and Shepherd.


Recently, Jerry Seinfeld has mostly focused on his show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, which began in 2012 and was picked up by Netflix last year.

In 2018, the actor became caught up in a bit of a scandal over the show. He was sued for allegedly stealing the idea for Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. According to TMZ, Seinfeld was sued by producer Christian Charles, who claims that Jerry stole the idea from him — or at least he claims they came up with the project together.

Seinfeld’s lawyer released a statement saying that, “Jerry independently created Comedians In Cars and Mr. Charles only concocted this claim after the show became a commercial success. We are confident that this shakedown lawsuit will go nowhere,” the outlet reported at the time.


This year, Jerry will continue to do his stand-up comedy live at specific venues. The next season of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee will be released later this year, along with two new stand up shows. All of these will be available on Netflix.

Plus, according to a recent interview Jerry Seinfeld did on Ellen, he’s not opposed to the idea of a Seinfeld reboot. There’s hope, fellow Seinfeld fans!


Seinfeld the series has influenced society by making us think and making us laugh, even if it is “about nothing”. For Jerry Seinfeld himself, …

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