Titus (2000–2002)

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Comedy, Drama


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A mechanic, Christopher Titus, along with his brother and his friends, try to deal with his father, a lewd, crude, drinking multiple divorcee.


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  • Christopher Titus and Cynthia Watros in Titus (2000)
  • Adam Hicks (left) with Zack Ward (center) and Chris Titus (right) on the set of "Titus."
  • Stacy Keach, Christopher Titus, and Andrea Speyer in Titus (2000)
  • Titus credit picture
  • Titus (2000)
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Creators:

Brian Hargrove, Jack Kenny, Christopher Titus

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22 March 2001 | Celticnymph117
A unique and hilarious comedy
Although I may not be as experienced in the television field because of my young age, I have seen many, many comedies and Titus has got to be the best I've seen in years. Not only is the material original and unpredictable, but the humour is so fast moving you'll never be at a loss for laughs. In fact, if you tone out for more than 30 seconds you'll miss a hilarious squeal from Tommy(David Shatraw) or a silver-tongued comment from the charming Christopher.(Chris Titus) I love the way the show has "real life stuff" in it, completely different from the hit shows "Growing Pains" although that was supposed to be realistic and take a gripping hold on teenage life. I should know, I'm a teenager, it didn't. Don't get me wrong though, I'm a big fan of Kirk. Anyway, I think that Titus in undoubtedly one of the funniest comedies in the current line. Especially for Fox.

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