Here are the April sitcom rankings. This goes through all episodes that aired through Thursday, April 28. Ratings and viewership numbers are considered, but it is mostly opinion based.
|Rank||Prev.||Show||Network||% of Next Seas.|
|1||2||Parks and Recreation||NBC||100|
|3||3||How I Met Your Mot…||CBS||100|
|6||4||The Big Bang Theory||CBS||100|
|10||9||Mike and Molly||CBS||95|
|13||11||Two and a Half Men||CBS||66|
|15||14||Better with You||ABC||50|
|18||16||Rules of Engagement||CBS||50|
|23||21||$#*! My Dad Says||CBS||50|
|24||N/R||The Paul Reiser Show||NBC||0|
-The Paul Reiser Show, we hardly knew you. TPRS enters the rankings already cancelled, lasting all of 2 episodes. That's the kind of performance that knocks you down below $#*!.
-I really want to like Mad Love. I like the stars. I just wish it was good. The most recent episode was an improvement, but didn't count in the rankings.
-The Farewell Michael Scott Tour has come to an end, and provided some of the best Office episodes since Niagra last season. While Two and a Half Men has tumbled down these rankings due to the chaos caused by the surprise exit of it's star, The Office has jumped up with the well-crafted curtain call for Steve Carell. We'll see if the show can keep it up without him.
-Happy Endings is surprisingly good, and I think it will be back next year if I had to take a guess.