Any of you all seen the Aristocrats? It's a documentary where comedians sit in make shift conference rooms and discuss and dissect the classic aristocrats joke ---- which starts with a family walking into a talent agency, letting the talent agent know that the performance they are about to see is a 'family' act -- and then proceeding to describe the most vulgar displays of activity known to man. The more vulgar, the most successful the punchline.
I want to organize a similar group/troupe that dissects comedy from different periods and genres. Seinfeld. Mel Brooks, Woody Allen, SNL, etc.
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