This distinction is given to those TV shows that portray intelligence, reality, absurdness, sarcasm, and the newest and most progressive form of art: self-criticism.
Greatest Shows of the Smallest Screen® humbly rewards those writers and producers that see what I think should be seen, and thought no one else saw it.
And to honor this feeling of camaradery I’ll quote a very admirable acquaintance of mine who knew how to put in words, in another time, in another language, all that this award embraces.
Gracias por hacerme tener la tranquilidad de que alguien entiende y acerca a lo que pienso en este mundo. Gracias por hacerme alejar de la seguridad de que algo en mi cabeza estaba definitivamente acercandome a la locura… y a la soledad ideologica.
Psico-reality meets harsh humor in a working environment that subsists miraclously despite its members violations of every ethical code.
A refreshing and ordinary love story contributes a bright color to the brownish-grey corporate atmosphere; a parade of well defined, childish, looser-like, self-centered characters (with the exception of Pam, of course) will make you shed a tear of joy in the presence of an unbelievable, unstoppable demonstration of Michael’s misleading ideas, and a crew that will not spare a patronizing attitude if they don’t absolutely have to.
Jim Halpert: See, you’re always saying there’s something wrong with society, maybe there’s something wrong with you?
Michael Scott: If it’s me, then society made me that way.
(5 out of 5 “bravo awards®”) BRAVO!!!!!®
“She thinks I’m a nice guy. Women always think I’m nice. But women don’t want nice.”
“Why is nice bad? What kind of a sick society are we living in where nice is bad?”
– George, in “The Cafe”
GotS® = BRAVO!!!!½®
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[Scene: Laundry. Jerry and George are there; George is staring at one of the dryers]
GEORGE: Jerry? I have to tell ya somethin’:…this is the dullest moment I’ve ever experienced. [walks away from the dryer; a man passes George and Jerry]