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1. I have chosen to compare two TV-series who in fact, are a lot like each other. They are both sitcoms and revolve around a group of friends, living their lives and having fun with it. I have chosen “How I Met Your Mother” and “Friends”. In both of these series, there is a main character, whether the main character is more important than the rest is only to discussion. These two series are similar in many ways, because they both use the same episode-structure. However, there is one little difference. The group of friends in “How I Met Your Mother” are five whereas the group in “Friends” are six. Either way, these two TV-series contain many similarities except for a quite significant difference in a central cinematic technique.

2. The two popular sitcoms “How I met your mother” (2005) and “Friends” (1994) contain several similarities. They are both built up on a group of friends who have very unique individual personalities. We follow their everyday life in New York; mainly staying at the local bar/coffee shop or in an apartment, which some of the characters lives in. But then again they are not completely similar. “How I met your mother” is, as the title reveals, about how the main character met his wife, which he tells his kids in the year 2030. Then the sitcom takes us through his life in the year 2005 among his friends, trying to find his future wife. “Friends” is on the other hand about 6 friends relationship to each other and their yet different lives. They are both themed as romance and comedy.

3. I have chosen two different TV-series but at the same time, they have lot in common. In this analysis, I want to say something about the TV-series cinematic techniques and also something about the character sketches. And then, I would like to say something about the differences and similarities between the two TV-series. The two TV-series are astoundingly the same.

4. It is no secret that television has become a big part of our daily routine. We use it in the morning before work, after work and in the evening to relax. Throughout the years television has developed and so have the contest. One of the things that almost have been there as long as the TV itself are TV-series. TV-series come in different genres, which is why they are so popular, because there is a series for every taste. Action, drama, natural science, comedy, which is my favorite genre. In my assignment, I am going to compare two TV-series, Friends and How I met your mother.…...

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