I hated Big Bang Theory besides the few parts specifically showed to me.
= Parks and Rec (skip SSN1, after that is *golden*
Type of Humor: Workplace, government, bureaucratic. But everyone is friends, the townspeople are ridiculous, and the "in-universe" is tight and perfect. http://youtu.be/LyPw80a7BRI
Ron Swanson may be the greatest person ever.
= Arrested Development (maybe skip the latest 4th season if you're pressed for time; but the show is *unreal* good)
ToH: Goofy, but include that Seinfeldian "what goes around comes around" humour. The running gags are brilliant, and the narration (by Ron Howard of all people) does a great job.
= Brooklyn Nine Nine (new, a bit spotty, but off to a great start with only one season in)
ToH: I actually found Andy Samberg annoying, but the rest of the cast is perfectly worked. Usually a "case of the week" where different officers tend to work together while their personal quirks blossom.
= It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia (Actually haven't seen, my friend loves it though and it's on my 'to watch' list)
= Curb Your Enthusiasm
ToH: You liked Seinfeld
? Same creator. In fact, stars *the* creator.
= The Office (till Carrell leaves, then drop that shit)
ToH: Based around awkward relationships of the people you *must* work with; the barriers gradually break down. It really works effectively with the "mockumentary" style; the camera pans, zooms, and "interview" segments really add a lot of the chuckles.
= Scrubs (Classic)
ToH: A strange cast brought together to be wonderfully weird together.