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  • Yes it is

    I don't like to compare sitcoms and dramas, or other pairs of totally different genres, so it's hard to compare the office to something like the Soprano's. But the goal of a comedy is to be funny, and the Office does the best job at that, objectively and by a long shot. I like comedies anyway, so based on the Office being the best comedy, the Office is thus the best series. Jim and Pam Halpert are also the best television couple ever. None of this is debatable

  • Best show with great characters

    I think The Office is by far the best sitcom ever made. I hope this show had more seasons, because it was a brilliant way to portrait a work environment in a humorous way. I liked all of the characters but my favourite is Michael and Andy Bernard. I watch the series every week.

  • Funny, heartfelt and memorable.

    It starts off a little rough, emulating the BBC British version. But still great and funny while setting up a awesome cast of new and mimicked characters. By season 2 it's its own beast. It takes the idea and runs with it and makes it better than its source (which I love) By season 3 and 4, it's absolutely fantastic, adding so much more depth and character building and really giving every character a distinct role and humour. It's hard to judge a show like this against shows like Seinfeld and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia because of the wide range of different characters and personalities you get. Each adding their own feel to the show. While we have our mains like Jim, Pam, Michael and Dwight, we get a great continuous supporting cast that sticks with it until the end. It can have in your face humour and subtle humour both brilliantly displayed in a setting you kinda wish you were a part of in your everyday job life. It's the ultimate fantasy, lived out by great actors that changes and becomes more than you thought it would be. Funny, heartfelt and memorable.

  • Most Funny, heartfelt and memorable show about characters you actually care about.

    It starts off a little rough, emulating the BBC British version. But still great and funny while setting up a awesome cast of new and mimicked characters. By season 2 it's its own beast. It takes the idea and runs with it and makes it better than its source (which I love) By season 3 and 4, it's absolutely fantastic, adding so much more depth and character building and really giving every character a distinct role and humour. It's hard to judge a show like this against shows like Seinfeld and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia because of the wide range of different characters and personalities you get. Each adding their own feel to the show. While we have our mains like Jim, Pam, Michael and Dwight, we get a great continuous supporting cast that sticks with it until the end. It can have in your face humour and subtle humour both brilliantly displayed in a setting you kinda wish you were a part of in your everyday job life. It's the ultimate fantasy, lived out by great actors that changes and becomes more than you thought it would be. Funny, heartfelt and memorable.

  • Yes It Is

    While it can be seen as an opinion, it is the greatest show of all time for one simple reason. It was able to create plot and character development without making us watch bad things happen to the characters for a laugh. This is something that every show does. They take the characters we love and give them an awful life just so we can enjoy their ironic, humorous pain. This keeps everything light hearted and happy. However, it is also able to succeed where other genres fail as well. It can make you love the characters, make you laugh, make you cry, and creates a cast that will stick with you even after you finish it. It is not a matter of favorites, it does "it" right.

  • Yes It Is

    While it can be seen as an opinion, it is the greatest show of all time for one simple reason. It was able to create plot and character development without making us watch bad things happen to the characters for a laugh. This is something that every show does. They take the characters we love and give them an awful life just so we can enjoy their ironic, humorous pain. This keeps everything light hearted and happy. However, it is also able to succeed where other genres fail as well. It can make you love the characters, make you laugh, make you cry, and creates a cast that will stick with you even after you finish it. It is not a matter of favorites, it does "it" right.

  • Yes It Is

    While it can be seen as an opinion, it is the greatest show of all time for one simple reason. It was able to create plot and character development without making us watch bad things happen to the characters for a laugh. This is something that every show does. They take the characters we love and give them an awful life just so we can enjoy their ironic, humorous pain. This keeps everything light hearted and happy. However, it is also able to succeed where other genres fail as well. It can make you love the characters, make you laugh, make you cry, and creates a cast that will stick with you even after you finish it. It is not a matter of favorites, it does "it" right.

  • One of my top five!

    A friend recommended this show to me. At first I was sceptical [I'm really picky about my tv shows]. But, as soon as I watched the pilot I was hooked. It's fantastic. It's ratings on most IMDb are fantastic, as well as Tv.Com, and Rotten Tomatoes. It has a good plot, constant humor, slow building romance, likeable characters, and it also has a good lenght of twenty-minutes, making it easy to binge watch. I love this show and I think that it is absolutely fantastic. To those who think otherwise, I apologize if you didn't like it...But I think it is one of the absolute best.

  • The Office's Relatability

    The Office has something that almost no other show will every have to the same degree, relatability. Thanks to its setting in an office that's all too familiar to many people and the characters that everyone seems to know in real life, The Office makes its jokes based on our own lives, and since we know exactly what they're talking about, almost every joke hits its mark.

  • Comedy humer embodied

    Its style is unique The filming methods and comedy style of the office is different from most tv shows in that it isnt a ghost in the corner, only showing certain snipbits. It is rather the elephant in the room that openly documents funny moments. And with that, it brings in a step of realism that its employees are statisticly relavant to modern americas races and sexualities. It also isnt too diversity pushing like modern family or the failed shows that tried to cover its spot on evening fox(6.30-7.00) Or two & a half mens when it went from 7-8 to 7-7.30. Who added homosexual families to extend the life of the same old gag jokes by just redressing them in a lgbt family. Not that i am against lgbt people. But i am against reusing old crap. And that is why the office is the best show ever

  • It is not the best show ever.

    The office is an amazing tv show with so much humor and loveable characters that it does actually feel like a real documentary. It is one of the greatest tv shows ever made but there are still better ones out there such as Game of Thrones and Breaking Bad. If your favourite show is The Office though, I have no reason to be mad at you because it is certainly one of my favourites.

  • "The Office" is not the Best Show Ever

    No, "The Office" is not the best show ever. While it is certainly a terrific show, declaring a show to be the "best show ever" seems to be nothing more than an opinion statement. In my opinion, the "best" show would have to be one with the most cultural significance.

  • 'The Office' is Good, Not the Best

    "The Office" is a good show and was a ratings success. It wasn't the best show ever because other television shows could make the same assertion. By pure ratings, the final episode of MASH was the best show ever. "Cheers" was also a fantastic comedy, as was "Friends" and "Seinfeld." As far as the best show ever, "The Office has a ton of competition.


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