Who doesn't love to laugh?
These shows make us laugh so much, we've had to consider investing in some adult diapers. Yes, we can admit it.
Now it's your turn to tell us if you agree with our choices, or if you'd rather nominate another for the Golden Diaper Award.
And don't forget about our other awards:
The Speedster Award
The Gilded Bullshirt Award
The Perpetual Ocular Rotation Award
The Golden Fanny Award
And keep coming back. Up tomorrow we'll be voting on shows passed over for awards love and love from viewers. Be here!
Ash vs Evil Dead
Bruce Campbell and Sam Raimi really put their heart and soul into Ash vs Evil Dead. It is the perfect blend of horror and comedy, and it is simply unlike any other show on television. If you put every quip, zinger and sly remark that came spewing out of Ash's mouth into a compilation video, you better be wearing an adult diaper!
Now We're Talking
I'm going to go way out in left field with this one and nominate Now We're Talking on go90. It was a little series with just nine episodes but it was hilarious from start to finish. And Tommy Dewey is a comedy god.
From the impeccable cold-opens to the numerous character quirks, Brooklyn Nine-Nine brings it every week. The ensemble cast works together like a well-oiled machine, and every character has just enough crazy to have me convulsing in laughter at any given time. Also, Andre Braugher's diction and perfect deadpan delivery should get an award all its own.
black-ish is not just one of the smartest explorations of cultural perspectives, but it's also one of the most hilarious family comedies on television in a very long time. Even while the characters clash on how they see the world, they're all just so nutty! Diane's sociopathy, Jack's cluelessness, Junior's nerdiness, Bow's insecurities and Dre's discussions with his colleagues, there is ALWAYS something to bring tears of laughter to your eyes. I love this show!
The Librarians is consistently entertaining, chock-full of witty dialogue and unapologetic homages to movies and series from Indiana Jones to Star Trek. While not a comedy in the strictest sense, you can always count on The Librarians to turn the snark up to eleven – and save the world at the same time.
Odd Mom Out
Odd Mom Out is comic gold. I couldn't be more unlike Jill Kargman, creator and star, who portrays Jill, who married into a wealthy family on the upper east side of Manhattan. She's dark, pale, Jewish, hilarious and a mom. Yet she's so darn relatable and does all the thing you can imagine yourself doing in her same place. I laugh more watching her antics than any other show on TV. Whether she's conned into riding an exercycle in a marathon, wearing the ugliest dress as a bridesmaid or on edge because she dropped red wine last year during the holiday at her mother-in-laws in her all white apartment, Jill does it all without class and in the most endearing way possible. Bravo!!