Food & Drink

September 23, 2008 12:00 AM

‘Sitcoms' offers nostalgia, humanity – in the flesh

The very word “sitcom” explains America's fascination with the genre. “Situation comedy” is too much trouble to say. “Sitcom” has the snappy crackle of those 23-minute shows we've taken to our impatient hearts.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

The World On A Spit 02:19

The World On A Spit

Learn how to make strawberry-rhubarb jam in 35 seconds 00:45

Learn how to make strawberry-rhubarb jam in 35 seconds

The Sweet Sixteen of Easter candy 01:41

The Sweet Sixteen of Easter candy

Meet the Kouign Amman 00:33

Meet the Kouign Amman

Shane Stout reads Shakespeare 01:14

Shane Stout reads Shakespeare

Butterball hotline: Saving Thanksgiving for 30 years 02:17

Butterball hotline: Saving Thanksgiving for 30 years

A Doughnut Tour Of Charlotte 01:36

A Doughnut Tour Of Charlotte

NC distilleries operate under new laws 01:59

NC distilleries operate under new laws

Video: Sifting southern history 02:03

Video: Sifting southern history

A visit inside Manchester Farms 01:00

A visit inside Manchester Farms

Tasting the food at the NC State Fair 06:19

Tasting the food at the NC State Fair

Share Video

Entertainment Videos