Your loss. Both are superior to pretty much every show from the previous decade.The_root_of_all_evil said:I've never really watched either.
Friends was what the girls in my school said was aspirational; when its focus was what latte a group of rich thirtysomethings would drink. Saccharine coated mush.
Seinfeld, like Buffy is something that people wanted me to try via osmosis. Maybe try that soon, now the hype has died down.
Still, of the two, I'd still pick something else.
Every show from the 80s?theApoc said:Your loss. Both are superior to pretty much every show from the previous decade.
Another British person here. Very few of my friends have seen Seinfeld. Of those who have, I can't think of any who are fans. I suspect that Americans weren't used to having sitcoms with unpleasant, unsympathetic characters. We were.BrotherRool said:You were talking 'bout pop culture permeation from Seinfield, but as I said before, for some reason it seems to be an American only affair