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    Quote Originally Posted by Vamp View Post
    Yeah, I could see the Office as an "NFP/NTP(?) show". As much as I love Family Guy I just don't see it's NFP-ness.
    I don't know if humor is relevant to type, but if it is, I could definitely see The Office being an Intuitive show. There are so many awkward silences. I think the show is written by comedic geniuses. It has great acting and it's not a ridiculous sitcom that relies on an artificial laugh track to convince the audience at home that it's funny.

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    I don't think types are indicative of what kind of humor we'd all enjoy but I have noticed that the intuits laugh at sensors yawn at and vice versa.

    I've never really fully watched The office but I've seen enough of it and the british version to get what makes it a great show. I used to watch the IT Crowd but that damn laugh track rubbed me the wrong way as did a lot of the plots. It kinda perverted some of my favorite NF/NT style actors (Richard Ayoade/Moss). I went in expecting N humor and got S humor instead, I guess.

    lol, "NF/NT style actors". ..that's not a thing. Yet.
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    I despise laugh tracks with a passion. Even if a show is hilarious, I will refuse to watch it if it has a laugh track...with the exception of intentionally non-humorous videos that have a laugh track added to them, such as this...

    I almost can't help but laugh, simply because it emphasizes the absurdity of laugh tracks.

    [YOUTUBE="GmI9lO9JmaI"]ER with a laugh track[/YOUTUBE]

    Then you take a laugh track out of shows, like The Big Bang Theory and Friends, and you realize how unfunny they really are.

    [YOUTUBE="q_iEY9pSHT0"]Big Bang Theory without laughter[/YOUTUBE]

    [YOUTUBE="oLvB_ybcKt0"]Friends without a laugh track[/YOUTUBE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vamp View Post
    I don't think types are indicative of what kind of humor we'd all enjoy but I have noticed that the intuits laugh at sensors yawn at and vice versa.

    I've never really fully watched The office but I've seen enough of it and the british version to get what makes it a great show. I used to watch the IT Crowd but that damn laugh track rubbed me the wrong way as did a lot of the plots. It kinda perverted some of my favorite NF/NT style actors (Richard Ayoade/Moss). I went in expecting N humor and got S humor instead, I guess.

    lol, "NF/NT style actors". ..that's not a thing. Yet.
    I don't know about current shows atm. My favorite comedian though Eddie Izzard, hands down. As for Adult Swim, I liked Aqua Teen Hunger Force. At least, it was funny for awhile. The characters may be SPs and NT, but I don't know..the humor is hard to pin down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mask Manifest View Post
    I despise laugh tracks with a passion. Even if a show is hilarious, I will refuse to watch it if it has a laugh track...with the exception of intentionally non-humorous videos that have a laugh track added to them, such as this...

    I almost can't help but laugh, simply because it emphasizes the absurdity of laugh tracks.

    [YOUTUBE="GmI9lO9JmaI"]ER with a laugh track[/YOUTUBE]

    Then you take a laugh track out of shows, like The Big Bang Theory and Friends, and you realize how unfunny they really are.

    [YOUTUBE="q_iEY9pSHT0"]Big Bang Theory without laughter[/YOUTUBE]

    [YOUTUBE="oLvB_ybcKt0"]Friends without a laugh track[/YOUTUBE]
    All of those are unfunny with, or without.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deja Vu View Post
    All of those are unfunny with, or without.
    Which was kinda his point.
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    Meh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deja Vu View Post
    Meh.
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    [youtube="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhmjnYKlVnM"]Meh[/youtube]
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