I'm rather surprised we don't already have a thread like this . . . or maybe we do and it's so old I can't find it or something, I don't know . . . if such a thread already exists, then maybe this can eventually be merged with it. Anyshoe, I stumbled upon a rather obscure, yet bizarre short-lived sitcom from 1969 called MY WORLD AND WELCOME TO IT; here's the pilot episode: I can kind of see why this only last one season, this series is kind of "out there," and doesn't seem like this kind of thing that would appeal to contemporary TV viewers, with its overly eccentric characters and disjointed and disorienting storyflow, but otherwise, because it's different and has a somewhat avant garde and experimental nature to it, I think a more artsy crowd would dig it. I have a feeling that even Jim would like this show if he ever saw it - it kind of feels like the kind of show he might have made when he was going through his experimental filmmaker phase.