While Andy's status as a working-class character could be challenged, there were enough working class characters to justify including the show in your survey. Also, its depiction of rural characters while played for laughs (Darlene and her brothers, Ernest T. Bass) is rare in sitcoms Also, some of the music showcased in the earlier b&w years is really very authentic and very enjoyable. Just to clarify, I was being facetious when I mentioned 90210 in relation to Fresh Prince. The family in Fresh Prince lives in Bel Air or Beveryly Hills which should automatically exclude them from being considered working class. You might want to consider Blossom. The father is a professional musician who scrapes along with varying degrees of success. There have been several episodes where he is quite concerned with money.