Poll: Which sitcom character would you invite over for holiday dinner?

It's holiday season. Who would you invite over for dinner?

During the earlier decades, family dinners were mandatory and essential to staying in touch with relatives. Many people choose Sundays as the perfect opportunity to cook a huge dinner and chat with family.

With the rise of technology and social media, families only gather during the holidays, primarily Thanksgiving and Christmas. What if you could choose a sitcom character to invite over for dinner?

Out of the many options, we narrowed it down to ten characters from some of the top classic television shows.

  1. Which sitcom character would you invite over for dinner?

Poll: Which sitcom character would you invite over for holiday dinner?

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MadMadMadWorld 6 days ago
What guy would not invite the gorgeous and funny Laura Petrie? I don't understand why she didn't run away with the vote? Lucy, 2nd place, and she won 2nd with 16%. Barney is just too weird and flaky, although he "won" the vote with 23%.
"The Doodlin Song" from the episode "Too Many Stars" (Oct. 30, 1963), with Sylvia Lewis. Photo of Mary and Dick from 1964.
jackbennyfan 14 days ago
I would pick Jack Benny since I am a big fan. I wish MeTV would show the Burns and Allen Show.
Decades shows both old shows, very early in a morning hour, back-to-back!
L 16 days ago
I picked Lucy. I think Elly and Jed would have too weird food.
Not mentioned-I'd like to have Goober over any day.
And yes, I'd help Alice do the cooking.
BenSobeleone 17 days ago
I would invite Alice Kramden and Carl Kolchak from The Night Stalker.
RichLorn 20 days ago
Of those listed, it has to be Alice Kramden. Anyone who can cook a Thanksgiving dinner on that miserable little stove in that brooklyn apartment deserves a place at the table.
SheriHeffner 21 days ago
I wish you had Opie Taylor, and Wooster from Wagon Train because I would had invited them to my dinner.
SheriHeffner 21 days ago
20%. I would have invited Perry Mason to dinner.
Snickers 22 days ago
I would invite Dr. Smith and the robot.
Robots can't eat. But who wants the flaky Dr. Smith, plus his bantering with the constant bright light flashing from the Robot also?
OVkid 22 days ago
I'd invite Hoss Cartwright, but there might not be any leftovers.
Steve2021 22 days ago
I'd invite Barney, I would fatten him up with fried chicken and gobs of butter on corn on the cob with dinner rolls with mash taters just so he would make weight for the deputy's job.
BenSobeleone Steve2021 17 days ago
"It does my heart good to see a thin person eat."
bagandwallyfan52 22 days ago
Mel Cooley and Fred Rutherford were
two wonderful characters played by
Richard Deacon.
Richard Deacon is one of my all-time favorite character actors, certainly rare to perform in two different sitcoms simultaneously for two years, 1961-63 overlap in The DVD Show and LITB. I was so shocked and saddened to hear of his death in Aug. 1984 at only 62. https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0212586
vinman63 22 days ago
Mrs June Cleaver high heels and pearls any time.
rikkirat 22 days ago
🥰Laura Petrie… Rob has to stay home and watch Ritchie.
Finally! Another picks the gorgeous and hilariously funny Laura Petrie!
Ajax 22 days ago
Bill Gillespie and Harriet
TinkRoss 22 days ago
It would have to be Lucy. Something crazy is bound to happen and there might even be some costume changes and singing and dancing.
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