I stumbled upon this article about 1980's sitcoms. If you like TV, you may want to check it out.
I enjoyed the shout outs to "Night Court" and "Bosom Buddies", but I didn't agree with a lot of it. For example, I consider "Growing Pains", especially in the early seasons, to be a legitimately good show. And I think Tony Danza is the only reason "Who's the Boss?" worked, whereas this dude argues the exact opposite.
But then again, I find it hard to judge TV that I watched as a little kid. There are people a few years younger than me who think "Full House" and "Saved by the Bell" were actually good, rather than "so bad that they're good", which they are. So who knows?
Sitcoms were dead in the early '80's, and then there was a complete turnaround. Hopefully, that will happen again, if only for my future employment sake.