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    Re: What Sitcom Character Would Your Spouse Say You're Like?

    Have you ever noticed how the male characters on a vast majority of your sitcoms are all stumbling, nit witted, buffoons? We can't do anything right.
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    Re: What Sitcom Character Would Your Spouse Say You're Like?

    In my inconsiderate, self centered, bad moments, my wife would probably say that I'm like Hayden Fox from Coach.
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    Re: What Sitcom Character Would Your Spouse Say You're Like?

    Quote Originally Posted by GAC View Post
    Have you ever noticed how the male characters on a vast majority of your sitcoms are all stumbling, nit witted, buffoons? We can't do anything right.
    I've noticed that the general sterotype of males latley, whether it's on sit-coms, on advertisements, on the radio latley are that men are stumbling, nitwitted buffoons that can't do anything right. Not every one, but if you listen close, especially on radio, most of the comercials out there cast the man is a complete boob.

    On the importnance scale of lifes issues that ranks pretty low, however, I do find it irksome that it's become the norm.
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    Re: What Sitcom Character Would Your Spouse Say You're Like?

    Quote Originally Posted by GAC View Post
    Have you ever noticed how the male characters on a vast majority of your sitcoms are all stumbling, nit witted, buffoons? We can't do anything right.
    Yeah, and the women are always mensa candidates. I hate that.





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    My wife would probably say a hybrid between Ray Barone and Jim from According to Jim. Though, they're pretty much the same guy with different jobs. Jim's wife is way hotter, though.
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    She said I'm a lot like Mork from "Mork and Mindy", always entertaining, but trying at times.

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    not really a sitcom, but she's taken to calling me 'Toki' from the animated show, Metalocalypse.

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    Re: What Sitcom Character Would Your Spouse Say You're Like?

    Quote Originally Posted by GAC View Post
    Have you ever noticed how the male characters on a vast majority of your sitcoms are all stumbling, nit witted, buffoons? We can't do anything right.
    This is why I have a hard time settling on one in particular...many are spot-on in their characterizations of my better traits. If she had to pick just one, she'd probably go with this guy:

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    I'm surprised nobody has mentioned Homer Simpson yet.
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    It's not really a sitcom character, but my wife always calls me the Absent Minded Professor. It's fitting in some ways.
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    actual flesh and blood, half Bob Newhart, half Cliff from Cheers.
    I finally got around to asking my wife this question and the above was her answer about me. Along with a little Bill Cosby.

    Sometimes when I get to droning on about something too long, she'll say "thanks Cliffie".

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    I'm sometimes sprinkled with a little of reverend Jim

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    Re: What Sitcom Character Would Your Spouse Say You're Like?

    I am the balding overweight sitcom lead character who married someone he should have had no chance to be with. This fits almost every family sitcom I can think of to be on the air recently!


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