7. 3 of 4 sitcoms had at least one romantic plotline
Kind of to be expected--not too surprising. Worst Week was the odd man out.
6. 2 of 4 sitcoms had a romantic plotline between a weird-looking guy and a girl who was way too attractive for him
I guess this is kind of to be expected, too, especially from stuff like Two and a Half Men (which is written by a penis taped to a pen) and The Big Bang Theory. Guy from Studio 60 and Dr. Horrible, and guy who looks like Matthew Broderick got hit with a tire iron--youse ugly motherfuckers.
5. 1 of 4 had a romantic plotline where the ugly guy succeeds with the hot girl
Here's the chick who was all over Jon Cryer (ugly Matthew Broderick--directly above if you don't know what Matthew Broderick looks like or something):
4. 1 of 4 sitcoms had a plotline that assumed the relevence of Battlebots
I'm looking at you, The Nerd-Stereotype Joke Theory. (The theory, by the way, is that 30 minutes of nerd jokes can make a highly-rated sitcom. The theory is right.)
3. 4 of 4 sitcoms made me laugh at least once
This one is embarassing, so I'm going to gloss over it. Yes, Two and a Half Men made me laugh. Shut up.
2. 2 of 4 sitcoms had "men read things while they poop" as an important plot point
Yes, you're reading that right. It was an observation integral to both Worst Week and How I Met Your Mother's stories. And yeah, I love Mother and like/tolerate Week.
1. 2 of 4 sitcoms had "seeing your lover's mother's vagina" as an important plot point
I kid you not. Worst Week and Two and a Half Men.