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Re: Sitcoms about Blue Collared Families

My Wife and Kids?

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0273855/

they weren't rich


there was also ROC

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0101184/


and Moesha
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0115275/


though I wouldn't know about Moesha, never watched it unless it was on mute... mmm brandy.





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The Wayans Bros., Martin, The PJ's.
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Sanford and Son is a GOAT.

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Good Times and Sanford and Son are GOAT
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Not to mention shows like What's Happenning and 227. I could go on.

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Who said Moesha? close?

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^His head is too normal size

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In my wife and kids, Michael had a really successful trucking business which he OWNED. If he had given himself a title, like chariman of his business, wouldn't that make him white collar?
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If Tracy Morgan was in it thats's probably why it was short lived


Also, Sanford and Sons and Good Times were both way before my time so i'm not surprized I forgot them.
Ahh but forget you did. I never seen Sanford and Son, but the English sitcom it was based on was about a Father and Son of the lowest order.

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