Benson was an American television series which aired from 1979 to 1986 on ABC. The character of butler Benson DuBois, played by Robert Guillaume, had originally appeared on the soap opera parody Soap. ...more on Wikipedia about "Benson (TV series)"
Between Brothers was a television sitcom- comedy that premiered September 11 1995 on the Fox Network, and ran for two seasons. The first season aired on the Fox Network from September 1997 to January 1998, the second season was picked-up by UPN Network, and was aired from February 1998 to August 1999. The series starred Kadeem Hardison and Dondre Whitfield as brothers sharing an apartment. The final episode was aired on May 20 1999. ...more on Wikipedia about "Between Brothers"
Beulah was the first television sitcom to star an African American. The Beulah Show originally ran on radio from 1945 to 1953 before migrating to television, where Beulah ran for three seasons, from 1950 to 1953, on ABC. Beulah is a housekeeper and cook for the Henderson family: father Harry, mother Alice and son Donnie. Most of the comedy in the series is derived from the fact that Beulah, referred to as "the queen of the kitchen" ** , has the ability to solve the problems that her Caucasian employers cannot figure out. Beulah's catch phrase, said whenever she noticed her employers in trouble, was "Somebody bawl fo' Beulah?" Other characters included Beulah's boyfriend Bill Jackson, a mechanic who is constantly proposing marriage, and Oriole, a befuddled maid for the family next door. ...more on Wikipedia about "Beulah (show)"
Bewitched was an American situation comedy starring actress Elizabeth Montgomery, broadcast on ABC from 1964 to 1972. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bewitched"
Billy was the title of two different American sitcoms. ...more on Wikipedia about "Billy (TV series)"
Blossom was a half-hour comedy television series broadcast from 1991 to 1995 on NBC. The series starred Mayim Bialik as Blossom Russo, a teenage girl living with her father and two brothers. ...more on Wikipedia about "Blossom (television)"
Bosom Buddies was an American sitcom starring Tom Hanks and Peter Scolari. It ran from 1980 to 1982. Its premise was the two main male characters having to secretly dress in drag to live in a women-only hotel with cheap rent. They worked at the advertising firm of Livingston, Gentry & Mishkin, but later in the series left to start their own advertising firm called Sixty Seconds Street. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bosom Buddies"
Boston Common was a short-lived TV sitcom that ran on NBC from 1996 to 1997. It starred Anthony Clark ( Yes, Dear) and took place at a university in Boston. ...more on Wikipedia about "Boston Common (TV series)"
Boy Meets World was a U.S. television sitcom that chronicled the events and everyday life lessons of a youth named Cory Matthews, who grows up from a pre-pubescent boy to a university freshman. The show aired from 1993 to 2000 on ABC, where it was one of the headlines of ABC's TGIF lineup. The series started when Cory was eleven years old and it ended when he was in his early twenties. However, the series has some continuity errors, especially surrounding Cory's accelerated aging. ...more on Wikipedia about "Boy Meets World"
Bridget Loves Bernie was an American television comedy program. It starred Meredith Baxter and David Birney as the title characters, and ran for one season, from 1972 to 1973 on CBS. It was seen as a fairly controversial show since the premise featured the marriage of a Catholic woman and a Jewish man. Though it did well, ratings-wise (due partially to its timeslot -- it was sandwiched between All in the Family and The Mary Tyler Moore Show on Saturday nights), CBS decided to cancel it at the end of the season, fearful of offending members of the two faiths depicted in the series. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bridget Loves Bernie"
Brotherly Love was a television show which ran on NBC from September 16, 1995, until April 1, 1996. NBC cancelled the series after its first season. It then moved to The WB network, where it ran from September 15, 1996, until May 18, 1997. It starred Joey Lawrence as Joe Roman, with his real-life brothers, Matthew Lawrence and Andrew Lawrence, as his brothers Matt and Andy. Joe takes on his (late) father's business, while the family struggles to grow closer together as the boys grow up. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brotherly Love"
Butterflies is an episode of Malcolm in the Middle. ...more on Wikipedia about "Butterflies (Malcolm in the Middle episode)"
Campus Ladies is an American television comedy series about two forty-something women experiencing college for the first time. It premiered on Sunday January 8, 2006 on the Oxygen cable network. ...more on Wikipedia about "Campus Ladies"
Captain Nice was a comedy TV series that ran from January-May 1967 on NBC. Riding the tide of the camp superhero craze of the 1960s, the show's premise involved police chemist Carter Nash, a mild-mannered mama's boy who discovered a secret formula that, when taken, transformed him into Captain Nice. ...more on Wikipedia about "Captain Nice"
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Caroline in the City was an American sitcom that ran from September 21, 1995, to May 11, 1999, on the NBC television network. ...more on Wikipedia about "Caroline in the City"
Center of the Universe was a television series on CBS which ran from October 27, 2004, until February 16, 2005. The sitcom was cancelled after just 12 episodes. ...more on Wikipedia about "Center of the Universe"
Charles in Charge was a situation comedy television show broadcast on American network CBS which starred Scott Baio as Charles, a college student living first with the Pembroke family and then with the Powell family as a live-in babysitter. It was first broadcast from October 3, 1984 until July 24, 1985 and then syndicated from January 3, 1987 until December 8, 1990. 126 original episodes were aired in total. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charles in Charge"
Charlie & Co. was a mid- 1980s American television sitcom starring Flip Wilson, Gladys Knight, Kristoff St. John, Jaleel White and Della Reese. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charlie & Co."
Cheers was a long-running American situation comedy produced by Charles-Burrows-Charles Productions in association with Paramount Television for NBC. The show was set in the eponymous Cheers bar (both the show and the bar are named after the toast "Cheers") in Boston, Massachusetts, where a group of locals met to drink and generally have fun. The show's theme song was written and performed by Gary Portnoy with its famous refrain, "where everybody knows your name" that also became the show's tagline. The character Frasier Crane ( Kelsey Grammer) later starred in his own successful show, Frasier, after Cheers ended. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cheers"
Chico and the Man was an American sitcom which ran on NBC from September 13, 1974 to July 21, 1978, starring Jack Albertson as Ed Brown (The Man), the cantankerous owner of a run down garage in an East Los Angeles barrio, and introducing Freddie Prinze as Chico Rodriguez, an upbeat, optimistic Chicano street kid who comes in looking for a job. It was the first series set in a Mexican-American neighborhood. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chico and the Man"
Clarissa Explains It All was a quirky situation comedy television series from Nickelodeon starring a then unknown Melissa Joan Hart. Sixty-five episodes were shown from 1991 to 1994. In the series, Clarissa, a teenager, breaks the fourth wall and describes the things that are happening in her life (dealing with typical teen concerns such as school, pimples and aggravating little brother) to her television audience. ...more on Wikipedia about "Clarissa Explains It All"
Coach was an American television sitcom that aired on ABC from 1989 to 1997. ...more on Wikipedia about "Coach (TV series)"
Committed was a television sitcom that aired on NBC as a midseason replacement from January 4, 2005 to March 15, 2005. The show was cancelled by after the initial thirteen episodes were aired. Although originally broadcast twice a week (on Tuesdays and Thursdays) the series eventually settled in its regular timeslot on Tuesdays at 9:30PM EST. ...more on Wikipedia about "Committed (2005 television series)"
The context of an event includes the circumstances and conditions which "surround" it; the context of a word, sentence, or longer utterance or text includes the words that "surround" it. ...more on Wikipedia about "Context"
Cosby was a American situation comedy television series broadcast on CBS Television from 1996 to 2000. The eponymous star of the series was Bill Cosby, who played grumpy Hilton Lucas, a man forced into early (and unwanted) retirement. His wife, Ruth, was played by Phylicia Rashad, who had also starred as Cosby's wife in the epochal 1980s sitcom, The Cosby Show. (Initially, Telma Hopkins was cast as Ruth Lucas; however, due to lack of chemistry between her and Cosby, the producers got Rashad instead.) ...more on Wikipedia about "Cosby"
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