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    • Comedy

    • In a modern sense, comedy (from the Greek: , kōmōidía) refers to any discourse or work generally intended to be humorous or amusing by inducing laughter, especially in theatre, television, film, and stand-up comedy. The origins of the term are found in Ancient Greece. In the Athenian democracy, the public opin ... Read »


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    • List of comedies

    • This is a list of lists of comedies from different media and genre. ... Read »


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    • Above Average Productions

    • Above Average Productions

      Above Average Productions is an online comedy distributor and Multi-channel network owned by Broadway Video dedicated to making "high-quality stuff that makes you laugh". As of February 1, 2016 the network has over 8.6 million subscribers and 2.4 billion views on YouTube. Above Average Productions is the dig ... Read »


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    • Air sex

    • Air Sex is a performance activity invented in Japan; clothed men and women simulate sexual activity with an invisible partner, often in an exaggerated manner, set to music, and in a competition before an audience. This is somewhat akin to playing air guitar, explaining the name. The creator, J-Taro Sugisaku, says that ... Read »


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    • Atellan Farce

    • The Atellan Farce (Latin: Atellanae Fabulae or Fabulae Atellanae, "favola atellana" ; Atellanicum exhodium, "Atella comedies"), also known as the Oscan Games (Latin: ludi Osci, "Oscan plays"), were masked improvised farces. It was very popular in Ancient Rome, and usually put on after longer plays like the pantomime ... Read »


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    • Authority figures in comedy

    • A recurring theme in the literary, theatrical and film tradition of comedy is the use of representing authority figures, designed to poke fun at officialdom by showing that its members are not immune to entanglement in the ridiculous. This is an old tradition, well illustrated in works such as Chaucer's Canterbury Tal ... Read »


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    • Ballad opera

    • The term ballad opera is used to refer to a genre of English stage entertainment originating in the 18th century and continuing to develop in the following century and later. This article describes the principal subgenres. Like the earlier comédie en vaudeville and the later Singspiel, its distinguishing characteris ... Read »


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    • Blackout gag

    • A blackout gag is a kind of joke in broad, rapid-fire slapstick comedy. The term is derived from burlesque and vaudeville, when the lights were quickly turned off after the punchline of a joke to accentuate it and/or allow for audience laughter. It may use a shock value to define the joke, and may not be initially noti ... Read »


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    • Callback (comedy)

    • A callback, in terms of comedy, is a joke which refers to one previously told in the set. The second joke is often presented in a different context than the one which was used in the initial joke. Callbacks are usually used at or near the end of a set, as the aim is to create the biggest laugh at the end of a comic set ... Read »


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    • Chinface

    • A chinface, sometimes referred to as a chinikin, chinhead, chinman, or chinmonster is a performance, usually of a comical nature, involving someone's chin. By drawing or attaching eyes, it gives the impression of a distorted face when viewed upside down. In the early 1950s ventriloquist Paul Winchell created a chi ... Read »


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    • Christian comedy

    • Christian comedy is a subgenre of comedy where the material presented is aimed towards a Christian audience. The performances are typically held on church grounds or at off-site, Church-sponsored venues. The material often contains Christian references, although this is not a requirement. Recently, notable performers ... Read »


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    • Clown

    • Clown

      Clowns are comic performers who employ slapstick or similar types of physical comedy, often in a mime style. Clowns have a varied tradition with significant variations in costume and performance. The most recognisable modern clown character is the Auguste or "red clown" type, with outlandish costumes featuring dis ... Read »


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    • The Clowns (film)

    • The Clowns (film)

      I clowns (also known as The Clowns) is a 1970 film by Federico Fellini about the human fascination with clowns and circuses. The film was made for the Italian TV station RAI with an agreement that it would be released simultaneously as a cinema feature. RAI and co-producer Leone Film compromised on its release, wi ... Read »


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    • Comedian

    • A comedian or comic is a person who seeks to entertain an audience, primarily by making them laugh. This might be through jokes or amusing situations, or acting a fool, as in slapstick, or employing prop comedy. A comedian who addresses an audience directly is called a stand-up comic. A popular saying, variously quote ... Read »


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    • Comedic device

    • Repetition is the essential comedic device and is often used in combination with other devices to reinforce them. The "callback" in comedy writing—in which a statement or theme is recalled as the punchline or close of a scene—is a classic example of the tension and release that are possible using repetiti ... Read »


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    • Comedy club

    • A comedy club is a venue—typically a nightclub, bar, or restaurant—where people watch or listen to performances, including stand-up comedians, improvisational comedians, impersonators, magicians, ventriloquists, and other comedy acts. The term "comedy club" usually refers to venues that feature stand-up comed ... Read »


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    • Comedy festival

    • A comedy festival is a celebration of comedy with many shows, venues, comedy performers (such as stand up comics, sketch troupes, variety performers, etc.) and is held over a specific block of time. Normally, each festival has a diverse range of comedy themes and genres. A partial list of well-known comedy festiva ... Read »


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    • Comedy formula

    • In a modern sense, comedy (from the Greek: , kōmōidía) refers to any discourse or work generally intended to be humorous or amusing by inducing laughter, especially in theatre, television, film, and stand-up comedy. The origins of the term are found in Ancient Greece. In the Athenian democracy, the public opin ... Read »


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    • Comedy of humours

    • The comedy of humours is a genre of dramatic comedy that focuses on a character or range of characters, each of whom exhibits two or more overriding traits or 'humours' that dominates their personality, desires and conduct. This comic technique may be found in Aristophanes, but the English playwrights Ben Jonson and Ge ... Read »


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    • Comedy of manners

    • The comedy of manners is an entertainment form which satirizes the manners and affectations of a social class or of multiple classes, often represented by stereotypical . For example, the miles gloriosus ("boastful soldier") in ancient times, the fop and the rake during the English Restoration, or an old person pretend ... Read »


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    • Comedy of menace

    • Comedy of menace is the body of plays written by David Campton, Nigel Dennis, N. F. Simpson, and Harold Pinter. The term was coined by drama critic Irving Wardle, who borrowed it from the subtitle of Campton's play The Lunatic View: A Comedy of Menace, in reviewing Pinter's and Campton's plays in Encore in 1958. (Campt ... Read »


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    • Comedy thriller

    • Comedy thrillers are a hybrid genre that draw subject matter generally from comedy and thrillers. They include a disproportionate amount, relative to other genres, of humor. Examples of comedy thrillers in films, plays and novels are Charade,The Thin Man, The Lady Vanishes, In Bruges, Silver Streak, Mr. and Mrs. Smith ... Read »


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    • Comic opera

    • Comic opera denotes a sung dramatic work of a light or comic nature, usually with a happy ending. Forms of comic opera first developed in late 17th-century Italy. By the 1730s, a new operatic genre, opera buffa, emerged as an alternative to opera seria. It quickly made its way to France, where it became opéra bouff ... Read »


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    • Comic relief

    • Comic relief is the inclusion of a humorous character, scene, or witty dialogue in an otherwise serious work, often to relieve tension. Comic relief usually means a releasing of emotional or other tension resulting from a comic episode interposed in the midst of serious or tragic elements in a drama. Comic relief ... Read »


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    • Comic timing

    • Comic timing is the use of rhythm, tempo, and pausing to enhance comedy and humour. The pacing of the delivery of a joke can have a strong impact on its comedic effect, even altering its meaning; the same can also be true of more physical comedy such as slapstick. A beat is a pause taken for the purposes of comic timi ... Read »


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    • Concert saloon

    • The concert saloon was an American adaptation of the English music hall, and a precursor of variety and vaudeville theater. As in the music hall, alcohol was served. The entertainment at the saloon was to hold the imbiber's attention, so they would imbibe more. The fact that the concert saloons featured a kind of part ... Read »


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    • Customer review

    • A customer review is a review of a product or service made by a customer who has purchased the product or service. Customer reviews are a form of customer feedback on electronic commerce and online shopping sites. There are also dedicated review sites, some of which use customer reviews as well as or instead of profess ... Read »


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    • Customer review comedy

    • A customer review is a review of a product or service made by a customer who has purchased the product or service. Customer reviews are a form of customer feedback on electronic commerce and online shopping sites. There are also dedicated review sites, some of which use customer reviews as well as or instead of profess ... Read »


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    • Deadpan

    • Deadpan or dry humor/wit describes the act of deliberately displaying a lack of or no emotion, commonly as a form of comedic delivery to contrast with the ridiculousness of the subject matter. The delivery is meant to be blunt, sarcastic, laconic, or apparently unintentional. The term deadpan first emerged as an a ... Read »


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    • Dialect comedy

    • The term "Dialect comedy" was coined by David Marc in his essay, Origins of the genre. Dialect comedies are a genre of radio (and later television) sitcoms that were popular between the 1920s and the 1950s. They relied on the exaggerated and highly stylized portrayal of stereotypes, usually based on ethnic humor. The g ... Read »


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    • Double entendre

    • A double entendre (/ˌdʌbᵊl ɒnˈtɒndrə/; French pronunciation: ​[dubl ɑ̃.tɑ̃dʁ(ə)]) is a figure of speech or a particular way of wording that is devised to be understood in either of two ways, having a double meaning. Typically one of the meanings is obvious, given the con ... Read »


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    • Double-take (comedy)

    • A double-take is a nonverbal communication in which a second look is taken at something with a marked physical reaction such as shock, astonishment, or amazement. In theatrical terms, a 'take' is a physical reaction to seeing something. Comic characters often perform a double take because of the absurd world in which t ... Read »


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    • Double-talk

    • Double-talk is a form of speech in which inappropriate, invented, or nonsense words are used to give the appearance of knowledge and so confuse or amuse the audience. Comedians who have used this as part of their act include Al Kelly,Cliff Nazarro,Danny Kaye,Gary Owens, Irwin Corey,Jackie Gleason, Sid Caesar,Stanley Un ... Read »


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    • Comedy (drama)

    • A comedy is entertainment consisting of jokes intended to make an audience laugh. For ancient Greeks and Romans a comedy was a stage-play with a happy ending. In the Middle Ages, the term expanded to include narrative poems with happy endings and a lighter tone. In this sense Dante used the term in the title of his poe ... Read »


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    • Elegiac comedy

    • Elegiac comedy was a genre of medieval Latin literature—or drama—which survives as a collection of about twenty texts written in the 12th and 13th centuries in the liberal arts schools of west central France (roughly the Loire Valley). Though commonly identified in manuscripts as comoedia, modern scholars oft ... Read »


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    • Extravaganza

    • An extravaganza is a literary or musical work (often musical theatre) characterized by freedom of style and structure and usually containing elements of burlesque, pantomime, music hall and parody. It sometimes also has elements of cabaret, circus, revue, variety, vaudeville and mime.Extravaganza may more broadly refer ... Read »


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    • Finieous Fingers

    • Finieous Fingers (often misspelled Fineous even in Dragon magazine's own FAQ) was among the earliest comics that appeared in Dragon magazine. Finieous Fingers, the title character and self-proclaimed "World's Greatest Thief", was a good-natured thief who was pestered by halflings (hobbits) and evil magic-users. He was ... Read »


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    • Flatulist

    • A flatulist, fartist, or professional farter is an entertainer (sometimes considered a comedian) whose routine consists solely or primarily of passing gas in a creative, musical, or amusing manner. There are a number of scattered references to ancient and medieval flatulists, who could produce various rhythms and ... Read »


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    • Form-versus-content humour

    • Form-versus-content humour is a type of humour in an between a statement's content and the way it is communicated makes it humorous. It is one of the basic techniques of tragicomic humour.Form-versus-content humour can be delivered, for example, by presenting a message in a form that inherently defeats the ostensible ... Read »


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    • Geta (comedy)

    • Geta, a twelfth-century elegiac comedy by Vitalis of Blois, is a loose adaptation of Plautus’ play, Amphitryon. Both tell the story of how Jupiter, transforming himself to look like Amphitryon, sleeps with Amphitryon’s wife, Alcmena. But in Geta, Amphitryon is not a Greek military leader but a philosopher, an ... Read »


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    • Gross out

    • Gross out describes a movement in art (often comic), which aims to shock and disgust the audience with controversial material such as toilet humour, nudity, or any sexual topic. Gross-out is a subgenre of comedy movies in which the makers employ humor that is willfully "tasteless" or even downright disgusting. It ... Read »


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    • Heckler

    • A heckler is a person who harasses and tries to disconcert others with questions, challenges, or gibes. Hecklers are often known to shout disparaging comments at a performance or event, or to interrupt set-piece speeches, with the intent of disturbing performers and/or participants. The term originates from the te ... Read »


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    • High comedy

    • High comedy or pure comedy is a type of comedy characterized by witty dialogue, satire, biting humor, or criticism of life. Today, high comedy can be seen among sitcoms and talk shows targeted at cultured and articulate audiences. Examples of high comedy include Arrested Development (TV series), The Simpsons, The Marx ... Read »


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    • History of comedy

    • In a modern sense, comedy (from the Greek: , kōmōidía) refers to any discourse or work generally intended to be humorous or amusing by inducing laughter, especially in theatre, television, film, and stand-up comedy. The origins of the term are found in Ancient Greece. In the Athenian democracy, the public opin ... Read »


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    • Improvisational theatre

    • Improvisational theatre, often called improv or impro, is a form of theater where most or all of what is performed is created at the moment it is performed. In its purest form, the dialogue, action, story, and characters are created collaboratively by the players as the improvisation unfolds in present time, without us ... Read »


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    • Inherently funny word

    • Certain nonsense words may be inherently funny, according to a 2015 study published in the Journal of Memory and Language. The study's lead author, Chris Westbury from the University of Alberta, suggests that the inherent humor of certain non-words can be explained by the property of entropy. Entropy, in this case, exp ... Read »


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    • Innuendo

    • An innuendo is a , or about a person or thing, especially of a denigrating or a derogatory nature. It can also be a remark or question, typically disparaging (also called insinuation), that works obliquely by allusion. In the latter sense the intention is often to insult or accuse someone in such a way that one's wor ... Read »


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    • Comedy of intrigue

    • The comedy of intrigue, also known as the comedy of situation, is a genre of comedy in which dramatic action is prioritised over the development of character, complicated strategems and conspiracies drive the plot, and farcical humour and contrived or ridiculous dramatic situations are often employed. Characterisation ... Read »


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    • Irony

    • Irony (from Ancient Greek εἰρωνεία (eirōneía), meaning "dissimulation, feigned ignorance"), in its broadest sense, is a rhetorical device, literary technique, or event in which what appears, on the surface, to be the case, differs radically from what is actually the case. Irony may be di ... Read »


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    • Gill Isles

    • Gill Isles (born 14 December 1972) is a BAFTA winning TV comedy producer. Originally from Castleford, Yorkshire, Gill graduated from the BA Media Production course at Bournemouth University and began working at BBC Radio Leeds as a Broadcast Assistant. After moving to London to work at Radio 1's Newsbeat, Gill moved i ... Read »


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    • Jodelet astrologue

    • Jodelet astrologue is a French five-act comedy in verse by Antoine Le Metel, sieur d'Ouville, created for the great 17th-century comic comedian Jodelet and premiered at the Théâtre du Marais in 1646. Jodelet holds from Nise, the maid he loves, love secrets of several suitors and their beauties and since "the lan ... Read »


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    • Joke (sketch)

    • "Joke" is a comedy sketch written and performed by English comedians Rowan Atkinson and Richard Curtis. It was performed live during Atkinson's 1980 tour of the United Kingdom. A live recording was made at the Grand Opera House in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on 19 or 20 September 1980 and released as the last track on A ... Read »


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    • Joke theft

    • Joke theft is the act of performing and taking credit for comic material written by another person without their consent. This is a form of plagiarism and in cases can be copyright infringement. In music halls and vaudeville, it was common for performers to "borrow" material. According to Milton Berle, etiquette o ... Read »


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    • Light poetry

    • Light poetry, or light verse, is poetry that attempts to be humorous. Poems considered "light" are usually brief, and can be on a frivolous or serious subject, and often feature word play, including puns, adventurous rhyme and heavy alliteration. Typically, light verse in English is formal verse, although a few free ve ... Read »


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    • Low comedy

    • Low comedy, in association to comedy, is a dramatic or literary form of entertainment with no primary purpose but to create laughter by boasting, boisterous jokes, drunkenness, scolding, fighting, buffoonery and other riotous activity. It is also characterized by "horseplay", slapstick or farce. Other examples include ... Read »


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    • Monologue

    • In theatre, a monologue (from Greek: μονόλογος, from μόνος mónos, "alone, solitary" and λόγος lógos, "speech") is a speech presented by a single character, most often to express their mental thoughts aloud, though sometimes also to directly address another ... Read »


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    • Museum of Comedy

    • Museum of Comedy

      St George's, Bloomsbury, is a parish church in Bloomsbury, London Borough of Camden, United Kingdom. The Commissioners for the Fifty New Churches Act of 1711 realised that, due to rapid development in the Bloomsbury area during the latter part of the 17th and early part of the 18th centuries, the area (then part o ... Read »


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    • Comedy music

    • Comedy music is music that is comic or humorous in nature, encompassing a wide variety of music genres. Popular types of comedy music include parody music, novelty songs, comedy rock and comedy hip hop. ... Read »


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    • My Favorite Murder

    • My Favorite Murder is a weekly comedy podcast hosted by American comedians Karen Kilgariff, best known for her work on Mr. Show, and Georgia Hardstark of Drinks With Alie and Georgia, on the Feral Audio network. Kilgariff and Hardstark each select a single murder or true crime story to recount and discuss, occasio ... Read »


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    • Old Hats

    • Old Hats is a 2013 comedy sketch, revue, musical and clown show written and performed by David Shiner and Bill Irwin, the show debuted in New York City. Musician Nellie McKay also performed in the 2013 show. Musician Nellie McKay also performed in the original 2013 show. The original 2013 Off-Broadway was a combinatio ... Read »


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    • One-person show

    • A one-person show (one-man show or one-woman show) is a solo performance, featuring a comedian or actor who stands on stage and entertains an audience. While a one-person show may be the musings of a comedian on a theme, the form can accommodate a wider scope. In the preface of the book Extreme Exposure, editor Jo Bon ... Read »


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    • Politically Re-Active

    • Politically Re-Active with W. Kamau Bell & Hari Kondabolu was a political comedy podcast from First Look Media and Panoply hosted by comedians Bell and Kondabolu. Bell and Kondabolu previously worked together on Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell (2012-2013), with Bell hosting and Kondabolu serving as writer and co ... Read »


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    • Practical joke

    • A practical joke is a mischievous trick played on someone, generally causing the victim to experience embarrassment, perplexity, confusion or discomfort. A person who performs a practical joke is called a "practical joker". Other terms for practical jokes include prank, gag, jape, or shenanigan. Practical jokes differ ... Read »


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    • Prank call

    • A prank call (also known as a crank call) is a telephone practical joke. Prank phone calls began to gain a worldwide following since the invention of telephones, as they became a staple of the obscure and amusing cassette tapes traded among musicians, sound engineers, and media traders beginning in the late 1970s. Amon ... Read »


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    • Pull my finger

    • Pull my finger is a joke or prank regarding flatulence in which a mark is asked to pull the finger of the joker, who simultaneously farts so as to suggest a causal relationship between the two events. A comparable activity is attributed to a character in a short story by Mordecai Richler (collected in The Street, 1969 ... Read »


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    • Punch line

    • A punch line ("punch-line" or punchline) concludes a joke; it is intended to make people laugh. It is the third and final part of the typical joke structure. It follows the introductory framing of the joke and the narrative which sets up for the punch line. In a broader sense punch line can also refer to the unexpecte ... Read »


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    • Rabelais and His World

    • Rabelais and His World (Russian: Творчество Франсуа Рабле и народная культура средневековья и Ренессанса, Tvorčestvo Fransua Rab ... Read »


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    • Restoration comedy

    • Restoration comedy refers to English comedies written and performed in the Restoration period from 1660 to 1710. Comedy of manners is used as a synonym of Restoration comedy. After public stage performances had been banned for 18 years by the Puritan regime, the re-opening of the theatres in 1660 signalled a renaissanc ... Read »


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    • Ribaldry

    • Ribaldry, or blue comedy, is humorous entertainment that ranges from bordering on indelicacy to gross indecency. It is also referred to as "bawdiness", "gaminess" or "bawdry". Sex is presented in ribald material more for the purpose of poking fun at the foibles and weaknesses that manifest themselves in human sexualit ... Read »


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    • Comedy rock

    • Comedy rock is rock music mixed with comedy, often satire and parody. Early American examples include Stan Freberg, who lampooned artists such as Elvis Presley, Harry Belafonte and The Platters, and Sheb Wooley. Freberg's "Purple People Eater" reached No. 1 on the Billboard pop chart in 1958 and stayed there 6 wee ... Read »


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    • Shtick

    • A shtick (Yiddish: שטיק‎) (or schtick) is a comic theme or gimmick. "Shtick" is derived from the Yiddish word shtik (שטיק), meaning "piece"; the closely related German word Stück has the same meaning. The English word "piece" itself is also sometimes used in a similar context. Another va ... Read »


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    • Silliness

    • Silliness is defined as engaging in "a ludicrous folly", showing a "lack of good sense or judgment", or "the condition of being frivolous, trivial, or superficial". In television, film, and the circus, portrayals of silliness such as exaggerated, funny behavior are used to amuse audiences. Portrayals of silliness, prov ... Read »


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    • Six Degrees of Everything

    • Six Degrees of Everything

      Six Degrees of Everything is a 30-minute American comedy reality show developed by Fine Brothers Entertainment & Marc Summers Productions for TruTV, and starring Benny Fine and Rafi Fine as the series hosts. The program debuted August 18, 2015 on TruTV. On January 22, 2015, it was revealed that Turner-owned cable ... Read »


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    • The Skinny (TV series)

    • The Skinny is a 2016 web series starring Jessie Kahnweiler and Illeana Douglas and produced by Jill Soloway. A feminist YouTube personality struggles with bulimia. ... Read »


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    • Skomorokh

    • The skomorokhs (sing. скоморох in Russian, скоморохъ in Old East Slavic, скоморaхъ in Church Slavonic) were medieval East Slavic harlequins, i.e. actors, who could also sing, dance, play musical instruments and compose for their oral/musical and ... Read »


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    • Story within a story

    • A story within a story is a literary device in which one character within a narrative narrates.Mise en abyme is the French term for a similar literary device (also referring to the practice in heraldry of placing the image of a small shield on a larger shield). A story within a story can be used in all types of narrati ... Read »


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    • Street performance

    • Street performance or busking is the act of performing in public places for gratuities. In many countries the rewards are generally in the form of money but other gratuities such as food, drink or gifts may be given. Street performance is practiced all over the world by men, women and children and dates back to antiqui ... Read »


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    • Throwaway line

    • In comedy, a throwaway line (also: throwaway joke or throwaway gag) is a joke delivered "in passing" without being the punch line to a comedy routine, part of the to another joke, or (in the context of drama) there to advance a story or develop a character. Throwaway lines are often one-liners, or in-jokes, and often ... Read »


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    • Tinder Live

    • Tinder Live is a critically acclaimed comedy show created and hosted by comedian Lane Moore where she goes on the popular dating app Tinder (application) and interacts with Tinder matches in real time. Moore's comedy show was called one of the best comedy shows in NYC by The New York Times, The Village Voice,Time Out ... Read »


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    • Tractatus coislinianus

    • Tractatus coislinianus is an ancient Greek manuscript outlining a theory of comedy in the tradition of Aristotle's Poetics. The Tractatus states that comedy invokes laughter and pleasure, thus purging those emotions (catharsis), in a manner parallel to the description of tragedy in the Poetics. It proceeds to desc ... Read »


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    • Vag Magazine

    • Vag Magazine is an American feminist themed comedy web series starring Kate McKinnon. A group of feminists start their own magazine. ... Read »


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    • Vaudeville

    • Vaudeville

      Vaudeville (/ˈvɔːdᵊvɪl/; French: [vodvil]) is a theatrical genre of variety entertainment. It was especially popular in the United States and Canada from the early 1880s until the early 1930s. A typical vaudeville performance is made up of a series of separate, unrelated acts grouped together on a c ... Read »


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    • Vitus

    • Vitus

      Saint Vitus /vaɪtəs/, according to Christian legend, was a Christian saint from Sicily. He died as a martyr during the persecution of Christians by co-ruling Roman Emperors Diocletian and Maximian in 303. Vitus is counted as one of the Fourteen Holy Helpers of medieval Roman Catholicism. Saint Vitus' Day is celeb ... Read »


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