- n. Plural form of Britcom.
“A send-up of Britcoms, the Americanization of shows, and crappy television?”
“The main problem is that, like many classic Britcoms or even just any classic sitcom from anywhere in the world, part of the original show's success and uniqueness is down to the original performers in the roles and merely replicating them just doesn't really work.”
“But I know he's also a big fan of Britcoms, so he was more likely familiar with her - as I was - from the department store workplace comedy 'Are You Being Served?”
“She had starring roles in other Britcoms like 'The Liver Birds', 'Come Back, Mrs. Noah', and 'Hugh And I'.”
“So he's like the local window replacement factory owner who enjoys Britcoms back in your hometown.”
“Butterflies was one of the first Britcoms I was ever introduced to - I was fifteen, and it was on PBS, and I remember it was a beautifully tender little show; not big on laughs, but a real soap opera where I longed to see what happened next.”
“I think one of the best Britcoms was “The Robinsons” starring Martin Freeman also Tim from the UK “Office”.”
“Saturday: At night, enjoy the Britcoms Coupling, The Vicar of Dibley, and Absolute Power on PBS check local listings for airtimes.”
“We survived without it until 1965, and one supposes we will again, especially since public TV has pretty much been reduced to showing those pitiful Britcoms that even my mom is getting tired of.”
“I found something at CostCo the other day that I never would have expected - a treasure trove of reasonably-obscure Britcoms, including Ballykissangel, Monarch of the Glen, and As Time Goes By.”
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