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Here are the top ten articles for the Sitcoms Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Writing a Sitcom - Character Study
When you write a sitcom, the characters need to be full dimensional people. Here is a study of two different sitcom characters; Rose Nylund of "The Golden Girls" and Arthur Fonzarelli of "Happy Days". Try the writing exercise and see how you feel their characters would react in a similar situation.

2. Tyler Perry
Tyler Perry has become one of the busiest and most prolific writer-producer-actors in many years.

3. Bill Engvall
Bill Engvall is one of the most popular and prolific comedians in the world today. Here is where it all began.

4. My Name is Earl
A near-death experience causes a man to desire to make amends with those whom he has wronged, often with hilarious results.

5. The New Adventures of Old Christine
Check out insider information about this Emmy Awarding winning comedy series starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus.

6. Family Members as Guest Stars
Every once in a while the dimensions of the reality of life and the make-believe of television come together. Here are just some of the many instances of real life family members getting together on sitcoms.

7. How I Met Your Mother
Ted is telling his children how he met their mother in a series of flashbacks revealed one week at a time by narrator Bob Sagat. Ted and his friends are living in New York City and their experiences are often quite hilarious.

8. Two and a Half Men-The problem with Charlie
Can a hit television show survive the exit of a major star? Two and a Half Men might want to look back at programs that successfully went forward with a new star.

9. Internet Sitcoms
Take a peek at these 4 sitcoms you can only find on the Web

10. The Golden Girls
The Golden Girls was a groundbreaking show that brought together four strong, previously married women of a certain age who lived together in Miami.



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