I watch extremely little TV now, as it is largely all junk and a horrible waste of time. But I do enjoy some sitcoms, with Frasier being my present favorite. I am also a huge fan of Seinfeld and used to watch a lot of Cheers. While those shows are extremely different in "tone," they are also all superbly well written. And yes, funny!
I still love Marvel comics from the 60s and early 70s, in particular these:
The X-Men by Roy Thomas & Neil Adams & Tom Palmer
The Silver Surfer by Stan Lee & John Buscema
The Fantastic Four by Stan Lee & Jack Kirby & Joe Sinnott
Nick Fury, Agent of Shield by Jim Steranko
Howard the Duck by Stever Gerber and Gene Colan
Conan the Barbarian by Roy Thomas & Barry Smith
And all right, a few DC titles:
Deadman by various writers & Neil Adams
The Batman by Dennis O'Neill & Neil Adams
Swamp Thing by Len Wein & Berni Wrightson
And these newspaper strips are always funny and often profound:
B.C. by Johnny Hart
The Wizard of Id by Johnny Hart and Brett Parker
Peanuts by Charles M. Schultz
Frank Frazetta - always awesome!
Boris Vallejo (his early stuff - his later is too slick and photographic)
Other commercial art
Leyendecker, Rockwell, Vargas . . .