* ''Miss Match'', the short-lived show about Kate Fox -- divorce attorney by day, matchmaker by night.
* [[IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming Every episode]] of ''GossipGirl'' is titled with a pun on a movie title (eg. Pret-A-Poor J, The Serena Also Rises, The Goodbye Gossip Girl...)
* One of the cutaways on ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'' featured the resident lawyer and janitor teaming up to take care of a young boy, portraying the situation as a TV sitcom called "Legal Custodians" (get it?)
* Most episode titles of ''Series/{{Charmed}}'' are puns, especially puns that involve the words "witch," "charmed," etc., or the names of the characters.
* ''{{Ideal}}'': About a drug dealer.
* ''Series/TheITCrowd'': About a bunch of IT workers.
* ''{{Seacht}}'' is Irish for 'seven', referring to the fact that it has seven main characters, but also sounds like the English word 'shocked'.
* ''Fáilte Towers'': portmanteau of ''Fawlty Towers'' and the Irish word "fáilte", meaning "welcome".
** There was also a documentary about an inept tour company. The documentary was called ''Faulty Tours''.
* ''You're A Star'': picked a EurovisionSongContest contestant; the name suggests "Euro Star".
* ''In the Name of the Fada'': comedian Des Bishop learns to speak Irish, "fada" is an orthographic term. "In the name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit" is a Christian blessing.
* ''Sex & Sensibility'': about the history of sex in Ireland; puns on Creator/JaneAusten's ''Literature/SenseAndSensibility''.
* The miniseries ''Series/{{Glue}}'' has a title that refers to the ties binding the main characters together - and to what horses end up as.
* ''Series/OffBeatCinema'': "midnight movie" show which is hosted by beatniks and covers "offbeat" B-movies.
* ''Series/ArrestedDevelopment'' has several layers - the overall plot is about the head of a development company who's been arrested, the characters themselves are in various states of arrested development, and (initially at least) the company's development work is pretty much on hold ("arrested," one might say), because of the arrests.
** Almost all the episode titles are pun-based, eg. "Key Decisions", "Pier Pressure", "Marta Complex", "Shock and Aww".
* ''Blind Justice''- a reference to the principle of objectivity in law and [[{{Irony}} the incredibly hard to guess]] disability of the lead character, Det. Jim Dunbar.
* ''TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'' is about Zack and Cody's life living in a hotel suite. A number of episodes of both the show and its {{spinoff}} ''TheSuiteLifeOnDeck'' also have pun-based titles.
* The ''WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'' episode "Future Harper" features a number of books by "[[NoCelebritiesWereHarmed H.J. Darling]]", one of which is "Charmed and Dangerous".
* The fourth ''{{Blackadder}}'' series is called - what else? - ''Blackadder Goes Forth''.
* Several ''Series/{{Lost}}'' episodes have pun-based titles, such as "Lockdown," which features John Locke pinned under a blast door. Michael Giacchino's score is ''riddled'' with groan-worthy puns, such as "Thinking Clairely," "Keamy Away From Him," and many, many more.
* The Australian TV series ''Packed to the Rafters'' is about the Rafter family, whose house is "packed" (after all the parents' adult children moved back in with them).
* ''FullHouse''
* ''Series/RulesOfEngagement'' (note: this only applies to the TV show, not the unrelated movie or three unrelated novels, all of which refer to the more standard definition of the term.)
* A short-lived Australian TV series titled ''Above the Law'' was set in an apartment complex situated above a police station.
* Referenced in an episode of ''Series/JonathanCreek'', "Ghosts Forge", in which a book called ''The Grave Digger'' turns out to be about a serious-minded Australian.
* ''Franchise/StarTrek'' episode titles usually don't go here, but of twelve episodes featuring Q, eight make a pun on "Q". ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' also has groaner of an episode title with "Trials and Tribble-ations". And then there's [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration TNG's "Ménage à Troi"]].
* ''Series/GetSmart'' was quite fond of these, especially late in the series when the title was shown in the opening credits, giving us the likes of "Widow Often Annie", "How Green was my Valet", "Smartacus"...
* A lot ''HomeImprovement'' episodes have this type of title. Many of them are {{Epunymous Title}}s, such as "It Was the Best of Tims, It Was the Worst of Tims" and "Al's Fair in Love and War".
* ''Series/AlienNation''.
* ''BoyMeetsWorld'' is a pun on the expression "BoyMeetsGirl". Also, several episodes have this type of title, such as "No Guts, No Cory".
* Some 90% of CornerGas episodes are titled with puns combining two or more of the episode's storylines. (I.e. "American Resolution", which focuses on New Year's resolutions and a character fighting a perceived American identity.)
* The Not-Pictionary-honest game show ''Win, Lose or Draw''. The Gaelic-language version was given the CompletelyDifferentTitle ''De Tha Seo'' ("What's This?")
* Titles of ''HannahMontana'' episodes (usually) contain puns on the titles of popular songs ("You Are So Sue-able To Me"; "I Want You To Want Me...To Go To Florida")
* ''SonnyWithAChance'' is a pun on a weather report ("sunny with a chance of rain") and the title character ''Sonny'' Munroe having ''a chance'' to succeed in Hollywood.
* ''LoisAndClark'', about ''{{Superman}}'''s Lois Lane and Clark Kent and also a play on the explorers Lewis and Clark.
* ''{{Chuck}}'s'' IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming occasionally veered into puns and {{Double Meaning Title}}s (most often the latter).
* The ''Series/BreakingBad'' episode "Face Off," in which [[spoiler:the season antagonist literally gets his face blown off.]]
* The ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' episode "The Broken Code", which refers to how Ted supposedly broke TheBroCode by holding hands with Robin (who was engaged to Barney at this point of the series).
* The ''Series/MooneBoys'' episode "Godfellas" is about altar boys (the "God" part) who act like gangsters (a la ''{{Film/Goodfellas}}''). ''{{Series/Futurama}}'' had previously used the exact same pun for an episode that had much to do with God but not much with gangsters.
* Lots of episodes of ''Series/{{Frasier}}''. A [[{{Feghoot}} particularly contrived example]] is the one where Roz works in a retirement home and is traumatised when two of the residents drop dead right in front of her, titled "[[Theatre/RosencrantzAndGuildensternAreDead Roz's Krantz and Gouldenstein are Dead]]".
** Shrink Rap
** Chess Pains
** Where There's Smoke There's Fired
** Our Father Whose Art Ain't Heaven
** Dad Loves Sherry, The Boys Just Whine
** A Tsar is Born
** Whine Club
** Mary Christmas
** Hooping Cranes
** It Takes Two To Tangle
** The Wizard And Roz
** Bla-Z-Boy
** Mother Load
** War Of The Words
** Frasier Has Spokane
** Star Mitzvah
** Bristle While You Work
** No Sex Please, We Are Skittish
** Guns N' Neuroses
** Freudian Sleep
* ''Series/{{Elementary}}'s'' episode titles include "Corpse de Ballet"[[labelnote:*]]"corps de ballet"[[/labelnote]].
* ''Series/AScareAtBedtime'' -- its title is a parody of ''A Prayer at Bedtime'', a religious programme shown at night on sister channel RTÉ One that is about as far away as possible in content to ''this'' one.
* A ''Series/LawAndOrder'' episode about a break-in and murder at a fertility clinic (and resulting legal battle over preserved embryos and eggs) has the rather dark StealthPun title of "Scrambled." As in, scrambled eggs.
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