Of course everyone is watching endless episodes of Sons of Anarchy, Dexter, Walking Dead, and Breaking Bad. But, what happens when you watch every episode left on Netflix? Here are some of my favorite comedies to watch when I power up the old Netflix. 

Inbetweeners
This raunchy, but hilarious British comedy (which inspired an absolutely horrific American MTV re-make) follows four English lads in high school pursuing their dreams of under-aged drinking, and well... "fit birds". Prepare to learn a lot of new dirty slangs from across the Atlantic. 4.8/5

Last Man Standing 
Tim Allen's return to TV is pretty solid in this sitcom about a manly man living in a house full of women. Even if you're not big into sitcoms, this is one to be enjoyed. 4/5

Archer
I don't even know where to begin with Archer. It may be the greatest thing ever. Even the running gags make you cry. 5/5

Trailer Park Boys
Prepare to never watch TV the same way again. Set in a Nova Scotian (Canada) trailer park, Ricky, Julian, and Bubbles rule the roost and try to stay out of prison by committing petty crimes; all the while being filmed for a "documentary". Between helping seven year-old Trinity quit smoking, and getting high with Sebastian Bach, you'll be screaming, "F**K OFF, LAHEY!" all the way through the series. Then, you'll probably watch the two feature movies. 5/5

Blue Mountain State
If you love football, women, and comedies that don't get too smart and are pretty peverse, enter "Blue Mountain State", a comedy about a fictional college football team led by the Stifler-esque Thad Castle. From shaving freshmen butt-cracks to solving the pocket p**** mystery, you'll be crying when you reach the series finale. 4.5/5

Other obvious choices: Futurama, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Family Guy

Worth skimming over: Frasier, Freaks and Geeks, Un-Declared