Gad! Did everyone have dysfunctional home lives??
How about "The Dick Van Dyke Show"?
Dick Van Dyke: Rob and Laura are the "ideal," the Helpers next door are who most people probably are familiar (fight from time to time, etc.), Sally is the single girl, and Buddy and Pickles are the couple you are afraid of becoming.
Donna Reed: Donna and Alex seem normal. She's very resourceful, but still defers to Alex (not in a demeaning way) and he expresses appreciation for her resourcefulness routinely (Proverbs 31 woman).
Rules of Engagement: Jeff and Audrey are like MANY people I know in real life.
The Middle: Enough said. Frankie makes me laugh but she is SO typical more of a small town than an INDY suburb.
Modern Family: I know a few families like Clair and Phil where the wife adds to high drama due to her OCD behavior and the Dad is kind of clueless.
I have to agree with the consensus of Everybody Loves Raymond since I could so see myself living close enough to my parents that they'll barge in whenever they feel like it But I also love According to Jim. In some ways I like it better because the leading male is a complete jerk like Raymond is, Jim at least has redeeming qualities.
This scene here pretty much depicts my household except for the wine bottle at the end.
Someone once asked what does marriage look like. To make it simple, I directed her to "Everybody Loves Raymond": www.youtube.com
What show/movie do you feel comes close to marriage?
Also thought of "All in the Family". For all of Archie Bunker's gaffes, and prejudices, he and Edith remained faithful to each other "for better or worse".