I recommended Green Acres above, and I can see people shaking their heads already. Hear me out.
Not everyone can appreciate the absurdist genius of Green Acres. You have to understand that the central conceit of the series is that whatever Lisa Douglas says, no matter how absurd, becomes reality in Hooterville.
There's no better example than Episode 2.16, "His Honor." Lisa has prepared a new breakfast for Oliver: "Hots-kebabs," which are hotcakes strung on a skewer like shish kebab. Oliver groans at another of Lisa's crazy notions.
Enter farmhand Eb, who stops in his tracks and, delighted, cries out, "Oh boy, hots-kebabs!"
Well, it turns out that the skewer Lisa used is actually a rod from the tractor's engine—without it, the tractor is going crazy. So Oliver drives to Drucker's store to get another one.
He explains to Sam Drucker that he's looking for a tractor rod, about this long (holding out his hands). Drucker shakes his head and says, "No, we don't have anything like that." Then Drucker's eyes light up and he reaches behind the counter and pulls out the exact rod Oliver needs. "I do have plenty of these hots-kebab skewers, maybe you could use it."
Forget the plots, which are lightweight. Instead, concentrate on the brilliant absurdity and the flawless comic timing of the actors. I think you'll come to a new appreciation of Green Acres.