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Top 5 Comfort Sitcoms

The top 5 best sitcoms to watch for when you are in need of a laugh
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1. GILMORE GIRLS 

Do you love everything to do with fall like reading and drinking coffee? Well, Rory and Lorelai Gilmore do in their small town of Stars Hollow, Connecticut. The series follows this mother-daughter duo and their lives as a Dragon Fly Inn manager and an overachieving AP and bookworm high school student. This witty series features romance, heartbreak, mother-daughter love, and the challenges that come with following your dreams. Be prepared to go through a whirlwind of emotions after watching the lives of these Stars Hollow residents. I give Gilmore Girls 4 stars out of 5.

 

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2. THE OFFICE 

Comedy and a side of paper sales happen at Dunder Mifflin Paper Company, an office filled with quirky friends, practical jokes, and office gossip. The Office is a binge worthy comedy that makes you laugh or cry depending on the antics of the characters. Dunder Mifflin Paper Company and its rag tag group of employees are constantly getting into non-work related shenanigans. Michael Scott, the manager of the Scranton branch paper company, plays the oblivious comedian in this mockumentary comedy. This easy to follow series that you can watch while making dinner, working on homework, and journaling makes this series a rewatchable classic. The Office in my opinion get a 4.2 stars out of 5.

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

Make ups, break ups, and heartache combine to create a heartwarming situational comedy about friendship in the Central Perk Coffee shop, located in New York City which is populated by a group of close friends: Ross, Rachel, Monica, Chandler, Phoebe, and Joey. The series follows this friend groups experiences together in times of marriage, divorce, fights, new jobs, and eventually children. Get ready to grow attached to the sweet smell of coffee and this friend group’s closeness and love for each other in this comedy. I would rate this comfort show about a coffee shop and friends a 4 out of 5 stars. 

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4. NEW GIRL

New Girl follows the optimistic, quirky, and lovable teacher Jessica Day. The series starts when she meets her new guy roommates, Winston (The Comedian), Schmidt (The Ladies’ Man), and Nick (The Bartender). The series takes place in LA in an apartment with bad plumbing that only gets the occasional “fancy fix.” The series strings you along with perfectly timed jokes, romance, heartbreak, and long lasting friendships. After watching this comfort show you will have fallen in love with the goofball that is Jess Day and her gaggle of roommates. This female led situational comedy gets 4.5 stars out of 5.

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5. BROOKLYN NINE-NINE

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work in a Police Station? At the 99th precinct in Brooklyn, New York we follow Jake Paralta, a clever detective that has a lot of growing up to do; as well as and Amy Santiago, his polar opposite with color coded binders and a knack at organization. In the precinct, we also encounter Sargent Terry, Detective Boyle, Diaz, Scully, Hitchcock and of course the no nonsense Captain Holtz. You can watch this easy to follow and humorous series from beginning to end and over and over without getting bored. Find your favorite couch and curl up and enjoy this situational comedy. Brooklyn Nine-Nine gets 4 stars out of 5 from this journalist.

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Margot Klo
Margot Klo, News Co-Director

Margot Klo is a junior and is in her second year of Crimson as the co-News Director. She is excited to continue to write on important topics and make a big impact on the school this year. She is also a part of the Paso High Theatre Company as one of the Assistant Stage Managers. Outside of school, she enjoys reading, drawing, and spending time with her four cats.

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