Second one in a series. Let's talk about sitcoms from the 1960s. When I think of classic sitcoms (black-and-white, in particular) I generally think of the 1960s. There were a host of rural comedies, starting with (in most minds) THE ANDY GRIFFITH SHOW. Producer Paul Henning went on to have great success with THE BEVERLY HILLBILLIES, PETTICOAT JUNCTION, and GREEN ACRES. There were more variety shows as well, but there were also the outlandish fantasy comedies, such as GILLIGAN'S ISLAND and BEWITCHED, and the vaguely spooky ones, like THE MUNSTERS and THE ADDAMS FAMILY. Lucille Ball, television's First Lady of Comedy, also continued successfully, at first with THE LUCY SHOW, and later with HERE'S LUCY. What's your favorite sitcoms from the 1960s? Any of them stand out to you over the rest?