Guess which popular comedy show I have watched some episodes of recently


Hahaha, it’s funny that the boy immediately goes to find the blog post that the girl’s boyfriend wrote about their sex life after she expresses how hurt and angry she is about it having been published! Okay.. later, let’s give him a fiance. He deserves it.

“Taking advantage” of a sad, humiliated, drunk girl by copping a feel when she asks for a hug or by (omgomg) having sex with her would be wrong in pretty much exactly the same way as “taking advantage” of your opponent in chess by moving pieces when they’re looking away from the board for a minute, right? Right?? God, I’m smart at facts not your stupid morality feministic whatsits?? Lol.

Having a joke – or maybe two? Two per handful? Let’s mix it up here and there – that elicits a bit of laughter from the home audience is the same as crafting an effective comedy show. Shut up, yes it is. You don’t know.

Having psychobabble and armchair life lesson speeches followed by a repeat of the “humorous” behaviour that prompted said babble/speech is the same as character growth or the progression of an episode-length plot, or near as makes no difference. Yeah? Whatever.

Tell, don’t show. No-one wants to hear or close-up see that nerdy shit. This is comedy, not “hurr hurr let’s all be fans and interested in things boring fun time hour”.

OH MY GOD I FUCKING MISS “THAT 70S SHOW”, WHAT CAN I SALVAGE FROM THAT TO PAD OUT THIS, OH MY GOD, OH MY GOD, SOMEONE HELP ME, OH MY GOD, *breeeeeathe*

..No, no seriously, just grab something from That 70s Show, heave and heave until it snaps off in your hand, then bung it in to any old crack we can find. We have loads. It’ll fly. It will. GODDAMNIT! DO WHAT I SAY, can you HEAR ME???

Hint: It’s “The Big Bang Theory”, and it’s some dire shite.

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One Response to Guess which popular comedy show I have watched some episodes of recently

  1. Jean-Paul says:

    It’s awful, isn’t it? Yet another thing made by nerds about nerds that still somehow manages to deal in cliches and portrays nerds like how non-nerds view nerds. Or something.

    Plus: no jokes.

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