Line(s) of the Day #TwoandaHalfMen

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Waldon Schmidt: How was the movie?
Alan Harper: Fantatic! I went out by myself and came home with a date.
Berta: Well, normally you out with a date and come home by yourself.

Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer and Conchata Ferrell in the Malibu-set sitcom Two and a Half Men (2003 – 2015). You can find two more examples of the hit show’s humour here and here.

Line(s) of the Day #ArrestedDevelopment

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Tobias Fünke: Listen, I’m an actor. You’re an agent. You do the math. I want you to represent me. In other words, you do the math. The money. The negotiating. 
James Carr: You know I’m not that kind of agent, right? I’m a real estate agent. I’m predator. I sell giant houses to very poor people who can’t afford them.
Tobias Fünke: You see that’s the money stuff I don’t understand. All you need to do is tell people what a terrific actor I am because I can’t do it believably. What do you say?
James Carr: Sounds like it shouldn’t be too much work.
Tobias Fünke: Huzzah!

David Cross and Ed Helms in the highly original and intricately plotted comedy Arrested Development (2003 – 2006 and 2013 -). Set mainly in California, the how tells the story of the wasteful Bluth family and their flawed attempts at recovering their financial status. You can find two more examples of the show’s humour here and here.

Line(s) of the Day #TheBigBangTheory

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Howard: I’d guess I’ll just go to the emergency room to be safe.
Bernadette: Howie, this is just your hypochondria.
Howard: When I sat on the mute button and thought I’d gone deaf, that was my hypochondria.

Simon Helberg and Melissa Rauch in the continually popular sitcom The Big Bang Theory, set around four geeky scientists and their romantic partners.  If you are a fan of the show, which has reached over 200 episodes so far, you should definitely look here and, for a unique take on Christmas, here.

Line(s) of the Day #ParksandRecreation

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Their people [Eagleton] are not inherently better than our people. The only thing they beat us in is life expectancy, beauty pageants and average income. Who cares?

Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) from the US sitcom Parks and Recreation (2009 – )