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    Peter Griffin: The Not So Typical Family Guy Pedophilia, mental disabilities, and terrorism are not usually the first thoughts that come to mind when a person contemplate comedy. Despite this fact, they are all subjects I have witnessed the well-known television show Family Guy poke fun at. This show represents a father, Peter Griffin, and his family and all of the ridiculous circumstances they put themselves in. While the majority of people do not find these subjects funny, they still find the…

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    The show Modern Family has been one of America’s most popular shows in recent memory and has provide us of the different types of families that there are across the world. The American family has changed drastically over time and many television shows have not portrayed that with today’s times. The television show Modern Family portrays a family in the present time and the different types of people that are in a family and how they come all together to be one. Modern Family displays three…

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    Modern Family Analysis

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    In my investigation, I have watched the shows Modern Family (2009- 2017) and the show The Brady Bunch (1969-1974) . Both shows are a perfect representation of how families looked like at their respective times. In addition, the shows also display how families deal with struggles and their day-to-day interactions amongst each other and society. This investigation helped me analyze how the idea of family has changed over time. Modern Family is a show about an American family that is very…

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    had colluded with some police officials and destroyed evidence. This complaint was strangely ignored. The trial court had acquitted Sharma for lack of evidence . Sharma’s acquittal led to a huge public outrage and there was nationwide “Justice for Jessica” campaign. Meanwhile the Delhi High Court reversed the verdict of the trial Court and held Manu Sharma as guilty. He appealed against the verdict and the Supreme Court held that the prosecution has proved that the accused is guilty beyond…

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    Rick And Murty Analysis

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    The Truthful Humor of “Rick and Morty” Many people in today’s American culture take a rather pessimistic view of the world. With prospects for retirement at a low, and a life of uncertainty ahead of them, humor with a nihilist spin is one way to confront these heavy issues in a light-hearted way. Cartoon Network’s comedic Adult Swim program “Rick and Morty” harnesses the uncomfortable dark feelings of a society, and uses humor in a typical cartoon fashion to provoke the minds of viewers as well…

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    The Simpsons is one of the longest running and most popular television (T.V.) shows in the history of television. As a result, the show has had a lasting affect on American culture reaching down to even some of the words we use today. These influences are a direct result of the show’s many characters relatability and the way in which they are presented. It’s place in popular culture, an icon of American life, make it a standpoint for the way in which Americans live. No doubt its use of satire to…

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    Manitoba. He writes in his essay, The Simpsons, Hyper-Irony, and the Meaning of Life, about how all comedy has a similar pattern of quotationalism and hyper-irony. He does this to inform the reader of the rise of pop-culture parodies, and how this has affected comedy in history. In Matheson’s essay, he argues that hyper-irony undercuts the moral agenda throughout the plot and the development of the characters. He does this by using examples from The Simpsons, writing in an explanatory tone, and…

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    Dearest Mr. Abner Snopes and Mrs. Nancy, I write you to ask for a favor. As you may know, Homer Barron and I have been together for quite some time now, but I think he is planning on leaving me. You see, I need your assistance to help me kill Homer. I have come to you both about this because we are alike in more ways than it might seem. We all despise rich white men who act as if they are superior and we all know the feeling of isolation. With your help, we can conquer the image of white…

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    In The Simpsons season 7 episode 16, Lisa Simpson finds out that Jebediah Springfield is a fraud. After finding this information in a confession letter, she is about to stand up and tell the entire town what she’s found, but instead she decides to keep quiet. Because of this the festivities would continue and the town could keep its leading role model Jebediah Springfield. Since she decided to hide the truth, it brought out the best in her town and kept Springfield a happy place; therefore Lisa…

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    In the short video, the audience quickly learns that Lisa, the main character, mom is beginning to show the progressive signs of dementia. At first, Lisa seems to be extremely understanding of the condition that her mom is in. Lisa also displays an extraordinary sense of intelligence. Three symptoms of dementia that Lisa’s mom displayed throughout the video included: memory loss, not be able to follow through with basic tasks, and forgetting people and events. Watching the video we never seen or…

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