Under-rated Sitcoms

A list of sitcoms; mostly three-camera/audience-taped; that even after all these years of me becoming jaded I still find to be genuinely funny.
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The King of Queens (1998 TV Series)
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Delivery man Doug Heffernan has a good life: He's got a pretty wife (Carrie), a big TV and friends to watch it with. Then Carrie's goofy and annoying father Arthur moves in with them. (22 mins.)
“ Before Kevin James gave up and started doing broad, lazy, physical comedy piles of *beep* was actually funny. There is physical comedy, but also WRITING. From his scary wife, to his insane step-father, to his loser friend and cousin...the show actually has an ample cast of funny characters and situations. ! ” - beckmen
NewsRadio (1995 TV Series)
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The workplace sitcom "NewsRadio" explores the office politics and interpersonal relationships among the staff of WNYX NewsRadio... (23 mins.)
“ Smart workplace comedy, with a strong, well-balanced cast. Stephen Root as Jimmy James is one of my favorite comedy characters ever. ” - beckmen
Grounded for Life (2001 TV Series)
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Thirty-something Irish Catholic couple Sean and Claudia deal with their three children as well as Sean's judgmental father and his carefree brother. (30 mins.)
“ Donal Logue and Kevin Corrigan are definitely the two main reasons to watch this one, but Richard Riehle is also quite funny when his character is around, and so are the rest of the leads. ” - beckmen
Lucky Louie (2006 TV Series)
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A working class family and their oddball friends. (30 mins.)
“ I still don't really know why this got canceled. It was a traditional three-camera sitcom shot in front of a live audience...only on HBO. It was a refreshing change to have f-bombs, sex talk and nudity contained within the old formula. Oh, well...now we have 'Louie'. ” - beckmen
The Thick of It (2005 TV Series)
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Set in the corridors of power and spin, the Minister for Social Affairs, is continually harassed by Number 10's policy enforcer and dependent on his not-so-reliable team of civil servants. (29 mins.)
“ Not even a DVD release for the U.S. You can get a taste of the brilliance in the spion-off film, 'In the Loop'. Might not technically count as a 'sitcom', but it's a half-hour comedy. Close enough. ” - beckmen