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2005 : 104). Recognition of the situation was strong for most middle-and working-class British viewers but few ever identified themselves in this mirror, only someone they knew. The Royle Family is, however, the highest rating example of its type at number nineteen in the 100. Other examples of British family sitcoms, including ’Til Death Us Do Part, Butterflies (1978-83) and My Family, ranked

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