Best Sitcoms of All Time to Watch While Vaping – Cyclone Pods

Best Sitcoms of All Time to Watch While Vaping

Sometimes we just want a good laugh. When you want a fun night in, the best things to binge are sometimes just sitcoms, old and new. It can be a bit of a break when so many serious documentaries and drama series are all over streaming services right now. If you’re looking to just kick back, smoke your non nicotine vape, and have a good laugh, here are the best sitcoms to watch.


Seinfeld is probably the most iconic sitcom out there, still making people laugh even though it has been over a decade since the last episode aired. Seinfeld is often said to be a show about “nothing” but it’s mostly a funny and insightful look at a colorful cast of characters in relatable situations. With sharp writing, a snappy script, hilarious performances, and relatable storylines, Seinfeld has become the epitome of what a sitcom aims to be.

How I Met Your Mother

How I Met Your Mother has an interesting format that has inspired a lot of sitcoms since it aired 2005 to 2014. Each episode was the main character Ted Mosby telling his kids a moment in time that led up to the final moment of him meeting their mother. The show left viewers anxiously awaiting the titular moment, wondering just how it would finally happen through all the twists and turns. There’s a lot of snappy moments that are quoted to this day.


Friends is the show to watch if you want to just sit back and just enjoy something feel-good. It’s about a group of friends going through the ups and downs of love, life, work… It’s one of those shows that people constantly re-watch, putting in the background while they play games or work. It’s just one of those sitcoms that never gets old even if the outfits and situations are a bit dated.

The Office

The Office is probably one of the most quotable sitcoms of all time. It was the first American sitcom to popularize the “mockumentary” style, with characters who know they are being filmed and take turns speaking to the camera — or just looking directly at it with frustration in their eyes. The Office stands out thanks to Michael and the other characters, who all seem real despite their silly antics and strange behaviors. You will probably never cringe harder than when Michael says or does something embarrassing. The later seasons aren’t as good, but it’s still a worthwhile show to marathon.


Dysfunction at its finest. Black-ish is a more recent sitcom that shows the genre is still just as impactful and entertaining as it was in the 90s. It’s a single-camera comedy that follows the life of a chaotic, upper-middle-class black family, known for its awareness and humor. While the concept is simple, the characters are complex, making for a lot of great situations and storylines.


There’s a reason this show is a 37-time Emmy winner. This critically acclaimed sitcom is a spinoff of Cheers, but with a bigger focus on Kelsey Grammer’s character, Dr. Fraiser Crane. In Fraiser, her brother falls in love with his father’s caretaker, Daphne Moone. It’s basically a timeless love story with all the wackiness and silliness of a feel-good sitcom. It’s just one of those shows that is sure to make you smile.

Arrested Development

This sitcom is often described as smart and “ahead of its time” thanks to its callbacks, fast-paced narration, and unique characters. It was unfortunately a bit too different from other sitcoms in the early 2000s and was canceled after just three short seasons. The third season, however, became a masterpiece thanks to the creator deciding to go all out after finding out there was nothing to lose. The show became absolutely bonkers and hilarious, gaining a cult following along the way. There was a reboot on Netflix in 2013 but some people aren’t too happy.


Hospitals and dramas go hand-in-hand. But is a hospital the right setting for a sitcom? It is if it’s Scrubs! Despite some of the more serious storylines and situations, Scrubs was able to make the goings on of a hospital quite hilarious. This smart sitcom was a powerful mix of tears and laughter, with smart, witty characters and heartfelt episodes.

30 Rock

Tina Fey decided to create 30 Rock based on her time working at Saturday Night Live. This is essentially a show within a show, depicting the inner workings of a sitcom. The offbeat, dark humor sets this show apart from others in the genre, and the hilarious cast only make it better. With an abundance of energy and a fast-paced storyline, 30 Rock is one of the most entertaining modern sitcoms out there.

I Love Lucy

No list of sitcoms is complete without I Love Lucy. Lucille Ball’s comedic genius shined in every episode, with an abundance of physical comedy and witty, snappy dialogue. The show was about a woman trying to make it in show business, following her struggles, personal life, and career.

Curb Your Enthusiasm

Curb Your Enthusiasm is a sitcom that makes you feel awkward, cringe, and groan. It’s one of the most ingenious sitcoms of this time, following Larry David around as he is, well, himself. He knows how to take the most mundane of situations and make them absolutely painful to watch thanks to his awkward interactions and foolish mistakes. The situation gets more and more complex as miscommunication and arguments ensue. Larry David and his funny friends know how to improv, making this show even more real and cutting-edge than other sitcoms. This is probably one of the most hilarious sitcoms still airing today.

That 70s Show

That 70’s Show offers great insight into the titular decade. It includes all of the classic sitcom characters — the hot girl, the foreign exchange student, the nice guy — but in the 70s, making it an easy watch with an added twist. There’s a lot of social commentary but it’s light, funny, and full of dumb teenager antics. It’s a relatable show with relatable characters.

If you want to binge any of these shows, get ready for a long night snacking on popcorn. Grab a non nicotine vape from Cyclone Pods to help you feel relaxed. We recommend an e-juice like vanilla or mint!

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