Of course, a question like that can produce fighting words, and TV fans had plenty of debate on which mega-popular sitcom is the best.
Both sides can rest assured that their favorite show’s place in television history is secure, thanks to syndication and continued interest in the stars who made them great.
In other words, there appears to be no shrinkage among passionate followers of what NBC called its “must see TV” lineup from back in the day.
But, damn, could people on Twitter be any more opinionated?
Seinfeld is more popular amongst those with functioning brain cells, Friends is for those without. sadly both groups have strong numbers. bc
Seinfeld gets my ✔
— Robbofett (@robbofett) August 19, 2019
Settle this? This was settled more than 20 years ago. How many Seinfeld catch-phrases do you use in a day compared to the number of Friends ones? Do the math. Seinfeld shaped the vocabulary of an entire generation. https://t.co/N2JClY5nuK
— Ann. Who? 🔆 (@annwmac) August 19, 2019
controversial opinion. they’re both rubbish
— chef mark best (@markbest) August 19, 2019
Friends. Those saying Seinfeld think they’re *so* cool 🙄
There’s a reason why Friends was the number one streaming program on Netflix when it was recently put on there, almost 25 years after it first aired.
— TrubluJustice (@JusticeTrublu) August 19, 2019