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    In Ancient Greece, people used to gather around an arena-like stage to watch actors tell stories. The word “tragedy” actually translates to “goat song” in Greek, expressing that these plays were original

    Ingredients for the Perfect Sitcom

      In Ancient Greece, people used to gather around an arena-like stage to watch actors tell stories. The word “tragedy” actually translates to “goat song” in Greek, expressing that these plays were originally religious ceremonies to different Gods (particularly Dionysus,...

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    Robin commented on the post, Brand Addiction

    Hey Ben!
    I really like that you’ve chosen this topic since it is so applicable to many modern situations. Adding onto Mary’s question, what makes a brand addictive? What makes Tiffany’s different from Kay Jewelers?

  • Katelyn,

    Thank you so much for bringing such a human approach to such a difficult topic. I really look forward to reading more about this!!!

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    For many people, television provides a perfect escape from the real world. You can sit down on your couch, pull up a laptop, and relate to someone else for a little while. From thanking the universe that you don’t

    What makes a GOOD sitcom?

    For many people, television provides a perfect escape from the real world. You can sit down on your couch, pull up a laptop, and relate to someone else for a little while. From thanking the universe that you don't...

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    • From where I’m from, people at my school have a diverse interest in television shows but in the end, all of them are sitcoms. From Seinfeld to The Big Bang Theory, they all include what you said. I agree to what you said, especially with the continuous plot line. I think that your paper will be entertaining.

    • dear robin, i am strongly agreeing with you about this article “what makes a GOOD sitcom” because i also have done that before and i also have been in those shoes. i know how people feel about this and i know how you must of have felt about this i agree with you and other people about this situation.

    • I agree with you because your topic explains the great times of tv we had as children. you explain how your father was a fan of a tv show and I know that all of us are tv show fans. I like how you explain what makes a great sitcom and what are great tv show sitcoms

    • Interesting topic Robin. I too enjoy comedic shows, often over drama or thriller. My brother loves Frasier, and I too find it funny, but not in the way he does. I think I am too young for the references. I am eager to learn/read more about the recipe to the perfect sitcom!

    • Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next, because I agree with most of your requirements to create a good sitcom, and I really do want to know what can really make a sitcom that, for a little while, can take you to a different world and has a deeper meaning and understanding than what meets the eye.

    • Robin,
      I think this is a really interesting topic and I love TV. In the sense that I enjoy analyzing and trying to figure out how it works. I’m excited to see what else you find!.
      PS. I absolutely both love New Girl and The Office. 🙂

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    Robin commented on the post, Prison Life

    Giselle,
    I really REALLY like this topic! You are very courageous to do research about people who are normally shunned by society. I also really like the idea of checking out the mental technicalities that are on both sides of the law. Good luck!

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