Of course, this being the internet, there is absolutely, unilaterally, unimstakably, no middle ground here. So, where do you stand?
In one corner, we have Friends, starring Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer. Aired from 1994 to 2004 on NBC.
• 10 seasons
• 236 episodes
• 62 Primetime Emmy Award nominations
• 4 Emmy wins
• #21 on TV Guide’s Top 50 Shows of All Time
• #5 on Empire’s 50 Best TV Shows Ever
• #24 on the Writers Guild of America’s 101 Best Written TV Series
In the other corner, we have Seinfeld, starring Jerry Seinfeld, Jason Alexander, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Michael Richards. Aired from 1989 to 1998 on NBC.
• 9 seasons
• 180 episodes
• 68 Primetime Emmy Award nominations
• 10 Emmy wins
• #1 on TV Guide’s Top 50 Shows of All Time
• #25 on Empire’s 50 Best TV Shows Ever
• #2 on the Writers Guild of America’s 101 Best Written TV Series
So… like I said previously, where do you stand?
I think the choice is rather obvious, but let’s see what the Twitter gallery has to say, shall we? We shall.
There are two types of people in this world.— Ben (@SirBenKenobi) August 19, 2019
Seinfeld people and people with bad taste. pic.twitter.com/yIUERTxRib
Seinfeld. It’s not even close. pic.twitter.com/p5G8chTSbH— Linrose 🌊🆘🌊 (@LinRoseResists) August 19, 2019
Seinfeld. Not even close. Seinfeld created memes before there were even memes. Yada, Yada, Yada; not that there is anything wrong with it; is he spongeworthy? Festivus for the rest of us; Serenity now— 2RockRidge (@2RockRidge) August 19, 2019
Is this a joke? Even Frank and Estelle were funnier than the whole main friends cast— John (@jbabz84) August 19, 2019
When someone says Friends is better than Seinfeld: pic.twitter.com/XxXjhlPWbY— suppelsa 😷 (@suppeIsa) August 19, 2019
This is an insult to Seinfeld. pic.twitter.com/f7gRFsD4U6— IMPOTUS Today, Jail Tomorrow (@45_resign) August 19, 2019
Friends all the way weirdos— Jakki (@greeblies) August 19, 2019
I'll just say this; Friends was very lucky, NBC needed a show for the half hour that followed Seinfeld. Not a bad show, but many shows like it have failed to find an audience. Friends had their audience delivered to them on a silver platter. #ItsSeinfeld pic.twitter.com/crY5xdehmy— Gnoll What I'm Sayin'? (@Jimmygotsoul) August 19, 2019
It has been decided. We shall never ask this question again.