Quentin Tarantino Did Always Seem Better Suited for Sitcoms

I haven't hidden the fact that I absolutely loved Django Unchained. I believe it is Quentin Tarantino's masterpiece, and the proof he is one of the all-time great directors. But haven't you always wondered how he would do running a sitcom? More specifically, a sitcom about a slave turned bounty hunter? When I watched Django Unchained, the first thing that popped into my head was that it would have been so much better if it was a late '80s/early '90s NBC sitcom.
Okay, maybe he should just stick to films. But this intro is still pretty close to the perfect definition of "incredibly awesome".