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The History of Comedy - Season 2 Episode 5 - No Offense

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The History of Comedy - Season 2 Episode 5 - No Offense - The episode explores family-friendly comedy and the struggles of abiding by strict network censors. There has always been a need for family-friendly comedy, and many artists have taken the task despite the inherent challenges. Comedians like Jerry Seinfeld, Jim Gaffigan, Ellen DeGeneres and Sinbad found success on stage “working clean.” For comedians like Bob Saget, Tim Allen, and Whitney Cummings, they found themselves altering their comedic voices when they landed lead roles on network sitcoms. Writers for television shows across every era – from I Love Lucy and In Living Color, to Will & Grace and Modern Family have always found creative ways to use euphemisms and innuendo, while still abiding by the rules set by the what were often strict network censors.

Content One Hour Series

Runtime 42 mins

Categories Arts   Comedy   Documentary  

Audio  En 


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