Essay about Analysis Of The League, An American Sitcom

1048 Words Nov 1st, 2016 5 Pages
Life without humor would be like the black and white television shows before color was introduced, dull and lifeless. It’s often used to invite a smile or laugh all whilst brightening up each day. Everyone has their own sense of humor. Some enjoy the slapstick humor of The Three Stooges while others enjoy the satirical humor of the show Family Guy. I find almost everything in life humorous, whether it be or paying off a ten dollar bet with a bag full of pennies, witnessing a friend walk face first into a sliding glass door, or making a joke about the time your best friend fell into the pool while intoxicated. All is fair play. Humor is not forced but is naturally presented though the expenses of a persons life and can be seen as relatable.
The League, an American sitcom about old friends in a fantasy football league who strive to make each others lives miserable, How I Met Your Mother, a comedy about a father who recounts to his children, through a series of flashbacks, the journey he and his four best friends took leading up to him meeting their mother, as well as the documentary Laugh At My Pain, a stand-up comedy film about Kevin Hart and his journey to becoming one of the funniest comedians of all time, all use satirical and relatable humor to get their jokes across efficiently. During the one of the episodes of The League, Pete, a cubicle salesman, decides to go on a romantic spa retreat that he and his ex-wife booked before splitting up. Booked for two, Andre, a…

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