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Take paid surveys to re-watch your favorite TV sitcoms
Opinion Outpost members can take paid surveys online to make money from home or to earn gift cards to sites like iTunes*. In turn, users can download favorite movies, music or television programs to rent or own in their personal digital libraries.
One suggestion would be to go back and revisit some of your favorite sitcoms. These may be cherished childhood television shows or series that are still on the air. Re-watch some of the best moments in television history by downloading these great sitcoms:
One of the most beloved series to ever hit the airwaves, "Friends" has it all. There are moments of pure hilarity and joy balanced by heart-wrenching drama and uplifting romance. As a group of young New Yorkers support each other through the difficulties of adulthood, it's hard not to fall in love with this series.
As Mental Floss reported, the show has earned a dedicated following, and for years, fans have drooled over rumors of a possible reunion episode. Such a project has been teased since the series ended in 2004, but thus far nothing has come of these whispers. In the meantime, eager fans can relive some of the best "Friends" moments by downloading old seasons to be enjoyed again and again.
While shows like "Friends" and other sitcoms have loyal followings, Business Insider pointed out that "Seinfeld" stands head and shoulders above its peers. A self-proclaimed "show about nothing," the quirky, sometimes detestable characters on "Seinfeld" took ordinary life and turned it into comedy gold.
The show was a hit, a testament to how enjoyable "Seinfeld's" characteristic blend of over-the-top antics and everyday problems really was. Episodes such as "The Chinese Restaurant" and "The Contest" are among the best and most beloved in all of television. Creator Larry David has since expanded this brand of comedy to a later project, "Curb Your Enthusiasm."
In 1983, a whopping 105.9 million Americans tuned in for the final episode of "M*A*S*H", according to Mental Floss. Not only does that mark the most-watched television series finale in history, but it was the most viewed program overall for decades. It wasn't until the 2010 Super Bowl that "Goodbye, Farewell and Amen" was taken down as top dog.
Now viewers can stream the finale and any other favorite "M*A*S*H" episode with the click of a button and relive one of television's best shows.
Though "The Office" doesn't follow the same format as traditional sitcoms, it's without a doubt one of the most brilliant comedies in TV history. The hilarious antics of Steve Carell as Michael Scott, the head of a small Pennyslvania paper company, are side-splittingly funny, while the on-going romance between Jim and Pam is as endearing as it is relatable. Throw in a cast of other unique and often outrageous characters, and "The Office" becomes on of the most re-watchable sitcoms out there.
For serious fans, it may be worth downloading the original British version of the series. As the creator and star of "The Office", Ricky Gervais plays a cringe-worthy manager that would give even Michael Scott something to think about.
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