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BOOKS
Infinite_Library
Job_-_A_Comedy_of_Justice
Modern_Man_in_Search_of_a_Soul
My_Burning_Heart
Poetics
The_Divine_Comedy
The_Hero_with_a_Thousand_Faces
The_Use_and_Abuse_of_History

IN CHAPTERS TITLE
1.05_-_Definition_of_the_Ludicrous,_and_a_brief_sketch_of_the_rise_of_Comedy.
1.jk_-_Ode._Written_On_The_Blank_Page_Before_Beaumont_And_Fletchers_Tragi-Comedy_The_Fair_Maid_Of_The_In

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IN CHAPTERS TEXT
0.00_-_The_Book_of_Lies_Text
01.04_-_The_Secret_Knowledge
0_1958-07-23
0_1960-10-22
0_1961-11-05
0_1962-10-12
0_1963-10-05
0_1965-11-23
0_1968-10-09
02.05_-_The_Godheads_of_the_Little_Life
02.07_-_The_Descent_into_Night
02.13_-_In_the_Self_of_Mind
07.05_-_The_Finding_of_the_Soul
1.01_-_'Imitation'_the_common_principle_of_the_Arts_of_Poetry.
1.01_-_The_Dark_Forest._The_Hill_of_Difficulty._The_Panther,_the_Lion,_and_the_Wolf._Virgil.
1.01_-_The_Divine_and_The_Universe
1.01_-_The_Unexpected
1.02_-_MAPS_OF_MEANING_-_THREE_LEVELS_OF_ANALYSIS
1.02_-_The_Descent._Dante's_Protest_and_Virgil's_Appeal._The_Intercession_of_the_Three_Ladies_Benedight.
1.02_-_The_Objects_of_Imitation.
1.03_-_Concerning_the_Archetypes,_with_Special_Reference_to_the_Anima_Concept
1.03_-_The_Gate_of_Hell._The_Inefficient_or_Indifferent._Pope_Celestine_V._The_Shores_of_Acheron._Charon._The
1.03_-_The_Manner_of_Imitation.
1.04_-_The_Discovery_of_the_Nation-Soul
1.04_-_The_First_Circle,_Limbo__Virtuous_Pagans_and_the_Unbaptized._The_Four_Poets,_Homer,_Horace,_Ovid,_and_Lucan._The_Noble_Castle_of_Philosophy.
1.04_-_The_Origin_and_Development_of_Poetry.
1.04_-_THE_STUDY_(The_Compact)
1.05_-_Definition_of_the_Ludicrous,_and_a_brief_sketch_of_the_rise_of_Comedy.
1.05_-_Splitting_of_the_Spirit
1.05_-_THE_HOSTILE_BROTHERS_-_ARCHETYPES_OF_RESPONSE_TO_THE_UNKNOWN
1.05_-_The_Second_Circle__The_Wanton._Minos._The_Infernal_Hurricane._Francesca_da_Rimini.
1.06_-_Definition_of_Tragedy.
1.06_-_Quieting_the_Vital
1.06_-_The_Third_Circle__The_Gluttonous._Cerberus._The_Eternal_Rain._Ciacco._Florence.
1.07_-_The_Fourth_Circle__The_Avaricious_and_the_Prodigal._Plutus._Fortune_and_her_Wheel._The_Fifth_Circle__The_Irascible_and_the_Sullen._Styx.
1.08_-_Phlegyas._Philippo_Argenti._The_Gate_of_the_City_of_Dis.
1.09_-_(Plot_continued.)_Dramatic_Unity.
1.09_-_SKIRMISHES_IN_A_WAY_WITH_THE_AGE
1.09_-_The_Furies_and_Medusa._The_Angel._The_City_of_Dis._The_Sixth_Circle__Heresiarchs.
1.10_-_Farinata_and_Cavalcante_de'_Cavalcanti._Discourse_on_the_Knowledge_of_the_Damned.
1.11_-_The_Broken_Rocks._Pope_Anastasius._General_Description_of_the_Inferno_and_its_Divisions.
1.12_-_The_Minotaur._The_Seventh_Circle__The_Violent._The_River_Phlegethon._The_Violent_against_their_Neighbours._The_Centaurs._Tyrants.
1.13_-_(Plot_continued.)_What_constitutes_Tragic_Action.
1.13_-_The_Wood_of_Thorns._The_Harpies._The_Violent_against_themselves._Suicides._Pier_della_Vigna._Lano_and_Jacopo_da_Sant'_Andrea.
1.14_-_IMMORTALITY_AND_SURVIVAL
1.14_-_The_Sand_Waste_and_the_Rain_of_Fire._The_Violent_against_God._Capaneus._The_Statue_of_Time,_and_the_Four_Infernal_Rivers.
1.15_-_Prayers
1.15_-_The_Violent_against_Nature._Brunetto_Latini.
1.16_-_Guidoguerra,_Aldobrandi,_and_Rusticucci._Cataract_of_the_River_of_Blood.
1.17_-_Geryon._The_Violent_against_Art._Usurers._Descent_into_the_Abyss_of_Malebolge.
1.18_-_The_Eighth_Circle,_Malebolge__The_Fraudulent_and_the_Malicious._The_First_Bolgia__Seducers_and_Panders._Venedico_Caccianimico._Jason._The_Second_Bolgia__Flatterers._Allessio_Interminelli._Thais.
1.19_-_The_Third_Bolgia__Simoniacs._Pope_Nicholas_III._Dante's_Reproof_of_corrupt_Prelates.
12.05_-_The_World_Tragedy
1.20_-_The_Fourth_Bolgia__Soothsayers._Amphiaraus,_Tiresias,_Aruns,_Manto,_Eryphylus,_Michael_Scott,_Guido_Bonatti,_and_Asdente._Virgil_reproaches_Dante's_Pity.
1.21_-_The_Fifth_Bolgia__Peculators._The_Elder_of_Santa_Zita._Malacoda_and_other_Devils.
1.22_-_Ciampolo,_Friar_Gomita,_and_Michael_Zanche._The_Malabranche_quarrel.
1.23_-_Escape_from_the_Malabranche._The_Sixth_Bolgia__Hypocrites._Catalano_and_Loderingo._Caiaphas.
1.24_-_The_Seventh_Bolgia_-_Thieves._Vanni_Fucci._Serpents.
1.25_-_Vanni_Fucci's_Punishment._Agnello_Brunelleschi,_Buoso_degli_Abati,_Puccio_Sciancato,_Cianfa_de'_Donati,_and_Guercio_Cavalcanti.
1.26_-_The_Eighth_Bolgia__Evil_Counsellors._Ulysses_and_Diomed._Ulysses'_Last_Voyage.
1.27_-_Guido_da_Montefeltro._His_deception_by_Pope_Boniface_VIII.
1.28_-_The_Ninth_Bolgia__Schismatics._Mahomet_and_Ali._Pier_da_Medicina,_Curio,_Mosca,_and_Bertr_and_de_Born.
1.29_-_Geri_del_Bello._The_Tenth_Bolgia__Alchemists._Griffolino_d'_Arezzo_and_Capocchino._The_many_people_and_the_divers_wounds
1.30_-_Other_Falsifiers_or_Forgers._Gianni_Schicchi,_Myrrha,_Adam_of_Brescia,_Potiphar's_Wife,_and_Sinon_of_Troy.
1.31_-_The_Giants,_Nimrod,_Ephialtes,_and_Antaeus._Descent_to_Cocytus.
1.32_-_The_Ninth_Circle__Traitors._The_Frozen_Lake_of_Cocytus._First_Division,_Caina__Traitors_to_their_Kindred._Camicion_de'_Pazzi._Second_Division,_Antenora__Traitors_to_their_Country._Dante_questions_Bocca_degli
1.33_-_Count_Ugolino_and_the_Archbishop_Ruggieri._The_Death_of_Count_Ugolino's_Sons.
1.34_-_Fourth_Division_of_the_Ninth_Circle,_the_Judecca__Traitors_to_their_Lords_and_Benefactors._Lucifer,_Judas_Iscariot,_Brutus,_and_Cassius._The_Chasm_of_Lethe._The_Ascent.
1.63_-_Fear,_a_Bad_Astral_Vision
1914_06_24p
1951-01-15_-_Sincerity_-_inner_discernment_-_inner_light._Evil_and_imbalance._Consciousness_and_instruments.
1951-01-25_-_Needs_and_desires._Collaboration_of_the_vital,_mind_an_accomplice._Progress_and_sincerity_-_recognising_faults._Organising_the_body_-_illness_-_new_harmony_-_physical_beauty.
1951-02-17_-_False_visions_-_Offering_ones_will_-_Equilibrium_-_progress_-_maturity_-_Ardent_self-giving-_perfecting_the_instrument_-_Difficulties,_a_help_in_total_realisation_-_paradoxes_-_Sincerity_-_spontaneous_meditation
1951-02-22_-_Surrender,_offering,_consecration_-_Experiences_and_sincerity_-_Aspiration_and_desire_-_Vedic_hymns_-_Concentration_and_time
1951-04-19_-_Demands_and_needs_-_human_nature_-_Abolishing_the_ego_-_Food-_tamas,_consecration_-_Changing_the_nature-_the_vital_and_the_mind_-_The_yoga_of_the_body__-_cellular_consciousness
1953-09-16
1954-07-21_-_Mistakes_-_Success_-_Asuras_-_Mental_arrogance_-_Difficulty_turned_into_opportunity_-_Mothers_use_of_flowers_-_Conversion_of_men_governed_by_adverse_forces
1958_10_10
1962_10_12
1.ac_-_A_Birthday
1.da_-_All_Being_within_this_order,_by_the_laws_(from_The_Paradiso,_Canto_I)
1.da_-_And_as_a_ray_descending_from_the_sky_(from_The_Paradiso,_Canto_I)
1.da_-_The_glory_of_Him_who_moves_all_things_rays_forth_(from_The_Paradiso,_Canto_I)
1f.lovecraft_-_In_the_Vault
1f.lovecraft_-_The_Curse_of_Yig
1f.lovecraft_-_The_Horror_in_the_Burying-Ground
1.fs_-_Elegy_On_The_Death_Of_A_Young_Man
1.jk_-_Ode._Written_On_The_Blank_Page_Before_Beaumont_And_Fletchers_Tragi-Comedy_The_Fair_Maid_Of_The_In
1.pbs_-_The_Cenci_-_A_Tragedy_In_Five_Acts
1.pbs_-_The_Triumph_Of_Life
1.wby_-_Easter_1916
1.ww_-_Book_Seventh_[Residence_in_London]
1.ww_-_Scorn_Not_The_Sonnet
2.05_-_On_Poetry
2.0_-_THE_ANTICHRIST
2.2.01_-_The_Problem_of_Consciousness
2.2.3_-_Depression_and_Despondency
24.05_-_Vision_of_Dante
30.02_-_Greek_Drama
30.12_-_The_Obscene_and_the_Ugly_-_Form_and_Essence
33.06_-_Alipore_Court
33.08_-_I_Tried_Sannyas
7.6.12_-_The_Mother_of_God
Apology
A_Secret_Miracle
Averroes_Search
BOOK_II._-_A_review_of_the_calamities_suffered_by_the_Romans_before_the_time_of_Christ,_showing_that_their_gods_had_plunged_them_into_corruption_and_vice
BS_1_-_Introduction_to_the_Idea_of_God
Liber_111_-_The_Book_of_Wisdom_-_LIBER_ALEPH_VEL_CXI
Liber_46_-_The_Key_of_the_Mysteries
Sophist
Symposium_translated_by_B_Jowett
Talks_With_Sri_Aurobindo_1
The_Act_of_Creation_text
Theaetetus
The_Dwellings_of_the_Philosophers
The_Waiting

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Comedy
Job - A Comedy of Justice
The Divine Comedy

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Comedy showing the Elders in mystic procession.

comedy ::: 1. The comic element of drama, of literature generally, or of life. 2. A humorous element of life or literature. Comedy (see also Divine Comedy).

comedy: A work which is principally designed to amuse and entertain, and where, despite problems during the narrative, all ends well for the characters.

comedy ::: n. --> A dramatic composition, or representation of a bright and amusing character, based upon the foibles of individuals, the manners of society, or the ludicrous events or accidents of life; a play in which mirth predominates and the termination of the plot is happy; -- opposed to tragedy.

comedy of manners: A type of drama where the social demeanour of a community is humorously depicted.

comedy of the absurd: Drama or performance which is satirical, ridiculous or a parady. Examples can be as diverse as A Midsummer night's dream, a Gilbert and Sullivan such as The Pirates of Penzance or even Monty Python's Flying Circus.


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and avatars. I felt somewhat like Dante, in the opening canto of The Divine Comedy, when,

Comedy showing the Elders in mystic procession.

black comedy: Drama where potentially horrific situations are treated with amusement and ridicule by both the characters and the audience

buskin ::: n. --> A strong, protecting covering for the foot, coming some distance up the leg.
A similar covering for the foot and leg, made with very thick soles, to give an appearance of elevation to the stature; -- worn by tragic actors in ancient Greece and Rome. Used as a symbol of tragedy, or the tragic drama, as distinguished from comedy.


catastrophe ::: n. --> An event producing a subversion of the order or system of things; a final event, usually of a calamitous or disastrous nature; hence, sudden calamity; great misfortune.
The final event in a romance or a dramatic piece; a denouement, as a death in a tragedy, or a marriage in a comedy.
A violent and widely extended change in the surface of the earth, as, an elevation or subsidence of some part of it, effected by internal causes.


comedian ::: n. --> An actor or player in comedy.
A writer of comedy.


comedienne ::: n. --> A women who plays in comedy.

comedies ::: pl. --> of Comedy

comedietta ::: n. --> A dramatic sketch; a brief comedy.

comedy ::: 1. The comic element of drama, of literature generally, or of life. 2. A humorous element of life or literature. Comedy (see also Divine Comedy).

comedy: A work which is principally designed to amuse and entertain, and where, despite problems during the narrative, all ends well for the characters.

comedy ::: n. --> A dramatic composition, or representation of a bright and amusing character, based upon the foibles of individuals, the manners of society, or the ludicrous events or accidents of life; a play in which mirth predominates and the termination of the plot is happy; -- opposed to tragedy.

comedy of manners: A type of drama where the social demeanour of a community is humorously depicted.

comedy of the absurd: Drama or performance which is satirical, ridiculous or a parady. Examples can be as diverse as A Midsummer night's dream, a Gilbert and Sullivan such as The Pirates of Penzance or even Monty Python's Flying Circus.

comical ::: a. --> Relating to comedy.
Exciting mirth; droll; laughable; as, a comical story.


comic ::: a. --> Relating to comedy, as distinct from tragedy.
Causing mirth; ludicrous. ::: n. --> A comedian.


commedia dell'arte: Developed in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries in Italy, it was a popular comedy which featured improvisation of standard plots and traditional costumes with masks.

divine Comedy ::: a stage-play of a light and amusing character, with a happy conclusion to its plot. Its mediaeval use for a narrative poem with an agreeable ending. (Probably taken from Italian; cf. the Divine Comedy, the great tripartite poem of Dante, called by its author La Commedia, because in the conclusion, it is prosperous, pleasant, and desirable.)

farce: A form of low comedy designed to provoke laughter through highly exaggerated caricatures of people in improbable or silly situations.

farce ::: v. t. --> To stuff with forcemeat; hence, to fill with mingled ingredients; to fill full; to stuff.
To render fat.
To swell out; to render pompous.
Stuffing, or mixture of viands, like that used on dressing a fowl; forcemeat.
A low style of comedy; a dramatic composition marked by low humor, generally written with little regard to regularity or


From Dante, The Divine Comedy, translated by Lawrence Grant White.

harlequin ::: n. --> A buffoon, dressed in party-colored clothes, who plays tricks, often without speaking, to divert the bystanders or an audience; a merry-andrew; originally, a droll rogue of Italian comedy. ::: n. i. --> To play the droll; to make sport by playing ludicrous tricks.

H. B. Curry, Consistency and completeness of the theory of combinators, ibid , pp. 54-61. Comedy: In Aristotle (Poetics), a play in which chief characters behave worse than men do in daily life, as contrasted with tragedy, where the main characters act more nobly. In Plato's Symposium, Socrates argues at the end that a writer of good comedies is able to write good tragedies. See Comic. Metaphysically, comedy in Hegel consists of regarding reality as exhausted in a single category. Cf. Bergson, Le rire (Laughter). Commentator, The: Name usually used for Averroes by the medieval authors of the 13th century and later. In the writings of the grammarians (modistae, dealing with modis significandi) often used for Petrus Heliae. -- R.A.

high comedy: Comedy consisting of witty repartee and a complex plot.

La Vita Nuova and The Divine Comedy (particularly

low comedy: This comedy contains silly, crude slapstick and violence rather than clever dialogue or banter. See comedy.

pantaloon ::: n. --> A ridiculous character, or an old dotard, in the Italian comedy; also, a buffoon in pantomimes.
A bifurcated garment for a man, covering the body from the waist downwards, and consisting of breeches and stockings in one.
In recent times, same as Trousers.


Paradiso. From Dante, The Divine Comedy,

Purgatorio. From Dante, The Divine Comedy,

sarcasm: A type of verbal irony, where one says one thing but means another, often for the purpose of comedy. See irony.

satirical comedy: A type of comedy that intends to underline the vices of society. Examples of this form include Sheridan'sThe School for Scandal and Jonson's The Alchemist.

scaramouch ::: n. --> A personage in the old Italian comedy (derived from Spain) characterized by great boastfulness and poltroonery; hence, a person of like characteristics; a buffoon.

Sheridan, Richard Brinsley: An Irish playwright during the 18th Century, he was born on 30 October 1751 and died 7 July 1816. He was well known for his satirical comedy of manners. He is known for his works The School for Scandal and The Rivals.

slapstick comedy: Low comedy where humour depends almost completely on physical actions.

sock ::: n. --> A plowshare.
The shoe worn by actors of comedy in ancient Greece and Rome, -- used as a symbol of comedy, or of the comic drama, as distinguished from tragedy, which is symbolized by the buskin.
A knit or woven covering for the foot and lower leg; a stocking with a short leg.
A warm inner sole for a shoe.


thalian ::: a. --> Of or pertaining to Thalia; hence, of or pertaining to comedy; comic.

thalia ::: n. --> That one of the nine Muses who presided over comedy.
One of the three Graces.
One of the Nereids.


-. The Divine Comedy, (tr.) Lawrence Grant White.

tradicomedy: A work which combines genres of both comedy and tragedy.

tragi-comedy ::: an incident or situation having both comic and tragic elements.

tragi-comedy ::: n. --> A kind of drama representing some action in which serious and comic scenes are blended; a composition partaking of the nature both of tragedy and comedy.

tragi-comical ::: a. --> Of or pertaining to tragi-comedy; partaking of grave and comic scenes.

tragi-comi-pastoral ::: a. --> Partaking of the nature of, or combining, tragedy, comedy, and pastoral poetry.

vaudeville ::: n. --> A kind of song of a lively character, frequently embodying a satire on some person or event, sung to a familiar air in couplets with a refrain; a street song; a topical song.
A theatrical piece, usually a comedy, the dialogue of which is intermingled with light or satirical songs, set to familiar airs.


virtual reality ::: (VR)1. (application) Computer simulations that use 3D graphics and devices such as the data glove to allow the user to interact with the simulation.2. (games) A form of network interaction incorporating aspects of role-playing games, interactive theater, improvisational comedy, and true character without the consent of the person who owns it, otherwise, anything goes.See bamf, cyberspace.[Jargon File] (1995-01-30)

virtual reality (VR) 1. "application" Computer simulations that use 3D graphics and devices such as the {data glove} to allow the user to interact with the simulation. 2. "games" A form of network interaction incorporating aspects of role-playing games, interactive theater, improvisational comedy, and "true confessions" magazines. In a virtual reality forum (such as {Usenet}'s {news:alt.callahans} newsgroup or the {MUD} experiments on {Internet} and elsewhere), interaction between the participants is written like a shared novel complete with scenery, "foreground characters" that may be personae utterly unlike the people who write them, and common "background characters" manipulable by all parties. The one iron law is that you may not write irreversible changes to a character without the consent of the person who "owns" it, otherwise, anything goes. See {bamf}, {cyberspace}. [{Jargon File}] (1995-01-30)



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1:Life is a tragedy when seen in close-up, but a comedy in a long-shot. ~ Charlie Chaplin,
2:Abandon all hope, ye who enter here.
   ~ Dante Alighieri, The Divine Comedy, Inferno, Canto 3, Verse 9,
3:The more a thing is perfect, the more it feels pleasure and pain.
   ~ Dante Alighieri, The Divine Comedy,
4:Theology is never any help; it is searching in a dark cellar at midnight for a black cat that isn't there.
   ~ Robert Heinlein, JOB: A Comedy of Justice, (1984).,
5:Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog it's too dark to read. ~ Groucho Marx, The Essential Groucho: Writings For By And About Groucho Marx ,
6:Anyone who can worship a trinity and insist that his religion is a monotheism can believe anything... just give him time to rationalize it.
   ~ Robert Heinlein, JOB: A Comedy of Justice, (1984).,
7:The best kind of comedy to me is when you make people laugh at things they've never laughed at, and also take a light into the darkened corners of people's minds, exposing them to the light. ~ Bill Hicks,
8:Lord, without Thee life is a monstrosity. Without Thy Light, Thy Consciousness, Thy Beauty and Thy Force, all existence is a sinister and grotesque comedy.
   ~ The Mother, Words Of The Mother III, 240,
9:Everybody is different. Some comedy is more musical like Steven Wright. His is a pillar of comedy to me. He invented a whole form and all his jokes are poems. So it's different. I wanted to do it like George Carlin. Now I do it like me. ~ Louis C K,
10:Jung's vision for [The Red Book] was ... significantly influenced in form, style, content by The Bible, Dante's Divine Comedy, Nietzsche's Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Goethe's Faust, medieval illuminated manuscripts, the illuminated works of William Blake. ~ Mark Winborn,
11:Home-Earth
Aloof, its influence entered everywhere
And left a cloven hoof-mark on the breast;
A twisted heart and a strange sombre smile
Mocked at the sinister comedy of life. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Savitri, The Descent into Night,
12:To heal the evils and mistakes of Space
And change the tragedy of the ignorant world
Into a Divine Comedy of joy
And the laughter and the rapture of God's bliss.
The Mother of God is mother of our souls ~ Sri Aurobindo, Collected Poems, The Mother of God,
13:The real meaning of persona is a mask, such as actors were accustomed to wear on the ancient stage; and it is quite true that no one shows himself as he is, but wears his mask and plays his part. Indeed, the whole of our social arrangements may be likened to a perpetual comedy; and this is why a man who is worth anything finds society so insipid, while a blockhead is quite at home in it. ~ Arthur Schopenhauer, Essays Vol 4,
14:[Comedies], in the ancient world, were regarded as of a higher rank than tragedy, of a deeper truth, of a more difficult realization, of a sounder structure, and of a revelation more complete. The happy ending of the fairy tale, the myth, and the divine comedy of the soul, is to be read, not as a contradiction, but as a transcendence of the universal tragedy of man.... Tragedy is the shattering of the forms and of our attachments to the forms; comedy, the wild and careless, inexhaustible joy of life invincible. ~ Joseph Campbell,
15:The hell I won't talk that way! Peter, an eternity here without her is not an eternity of bliss; it is an eternity of boredom and loneliness and grief. You think this damned gaudy halo means anything to me when I know--yes, you've convinced me!--that my beloved is burning in the Pit? I didn't ask much. Just to be allowed to live with her. I was willing to wash dishes forever if only I could see her smile, hear her voice, touch her hand! She's been shipped on a technicality and you know it! Snobbish, bad-tempered angels get to live here without ever doing one lick to deserve it. But my Marga, who is a real angel if one ever lived, gets turned down and sent to Hell to everlasting torture on a childish twist in the rules. You can tell the Father and His sweet-talking Son and that sneaky Ghost that they can take their gaudy Holy City and shove it! If Margrethe has to be in Hell, that's where I want to be!
   ~ Robert Heinlein, Alexander Hergensheimer in Job: A Comedy of Justice, (1984).,
16:Reading list (1972 edition)[edit]
1. Homer - Iliad, Odyssey
2. The Old Testament
3. Aeschylus - Tragedies
4. Sophocles - Tragedies
5. Herodotus - Histories
6. Euripides - Tragedies
7. Thucydides - History of the Peloponnesian War
8. Hippocrates - Medical Writings
9. Aristophanes - Comedies
10. Plato - Dialogues
11. Aristotle - Works
12. Epicurus - Letter to Herodotus; Letter to Menoecus
13. Euclid - Elements
14.Archimedes - Works
15. Apollonius of Perga - Conic Sections
16. Cicero - Works
17. Lucretius - On the Nature of Things
18. Virgil - Works
19. Horace - Works
20. Livy - History of Rome
21. Ovid - Works
22. Plutarch - Parallel Lives; Moralia
23. Tacitus - Histories; Annals; Agricola Germania
24. Nicomachus of Gerasa - Introduction to Arithmetic
25. Epictetus - Discourses; Encheiridion
26. Ptolemy - Almagest
27. Lucian - Works
28. Marcus Aurelius - Meditations
29. Galen - On the Natural Faculties
30. The New Testament
31. Plotinus - The Enneads
32. St. Augustine - On the Teacher; Confessions; City of God; On Christian Doctrine
33. The Song of Roland
34. The Nibelungenlied
35. The Saga of Burnt Njal
36. St. Thomas Aquinas - Summa Theologica
37. Dante Alighieri - The Divine Comedy;The New Life; On Monarchy
38. Geoffrey Chaucer - Troilus and Criseyde; The Canterbury Tales
39. Leonardo da Vinci - Notebooks
40. Niccolò Machiavelli - The Prince; Discourses on the First Ten Books of Livy
41. Desiderius Erasmus - The Praise of Folly
42. Nicolaus Copernicus - On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres
43. Thomas More - Utopia
44. Martin Luther - Table Talk; Three Treatises
45. François Rabelais - Gargantua and Pantagruel
46. John Calvin - Institutes of the Christian Religion
47. Michel de Montaigne - Essays
48. William Gilbert - On the Loadstone and Magnetic Bodies
49. Miguel de Cervantes - Don Quixote
50. Edmund Spenser - Prothalamion; The Faerie Queene
51. Francis Bacon - Essays; Advancement of Learning; Novum Organum, New Atlantis
52. William Shakespeare - Poetry and Plays
53. Galileo Galilei - Starry Messenger; Dialogues Concerning Two New Sciences
54. Johannes Kepler - Epitome of Copernican Astronomy; Concerning the Harmonies of the World
55. William Harvey - On the Motion of the Heart and Blood in Animals; On the Circulation of the Blood; On the Generation of Animals
56. Thomas Hobbes - Leviathan
57. René Descartes - Rules for the Direction of the Mind; Discourse on the Method; Geometry; Meditations on First Philosophy
58. John Milton - Works
59. Molière - Comedies
60. Blaise Pascal - The Provincial Letters; Pensees; Scientific Treatises
61. Christiaan Huygens - Treatise on Light
62. Benedict de Spinoza - Ethics
63. John Locke - Letter Concerning Toleration; Of Civil Government; Essay Concerning Human Understanding;Thoughts Concerning Education
64. Jean Baptiste Racine - Tragedies
65. Isaac Newton - Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy; Optics
66. Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz - Discourse on Metaphysics; New Essays Concerning Human Understanding;Monadology
67.Daniel Defoe - Robinson Crusoe
68. Jonathan Swift - A Tale of a Tub; Journal to Stella; Gulliver's Travels; A Modest Proposal
69. William Congreve - The Way of the World
70. George Berkeley - Principles of Human Knowledge
71. Alexander Pope - Essay on Criticism; Rape of the Lock; Essay on Man
72. Charles de Secondat, baron de Montesquieu - Persian Letters; Spirit of Laws
73. Voltaire - Letters on the English; Candide; Philosophical Dictionary
74. Henry Fielding - Joseph Andrews; Tom Jones
75. Samuel Johnson - The Vanity of Human Wishes; Dictionary; Rasselas; The Lives of the Poets
   ~ Mortimer J Adler,

*** WISDOM TROVE ***

1:Comedy is not pretty. ~ steve-martin, @wisdomtrove
2:Comedy is tragedy revisited. ~ phyllis-diller, @wisdomtrove
3:Comedy is acting out optimism. ~ robin-williams, @wisdomtrove
4:Success is the enemy of comedy. ~ jerry-seinfeld, @wisdomtrove
5:Comedy is acting out of optimism. ~ robin-williams, @wisdomtrove
6:The only weapon we have is comedy. ~ robin-williams, @wisdomtrove
7:My comedy is like emotional hang-gliding. ~ robin-williams, @wisdomtrove
8:Comedy is a camouflage for depression. ~ rodney-dangerfield, @wisdomtrove
9:Comedy may be big business but it isn't pretty. ~ steve-martin, @wisdomtrove
10:Comedy pays the bills if I can't find a film. ~ robin-williams, @wisdomtrove
11:The comedy of man survives the tragedy of man. ~ g-k-chesterton, @wisdomtrove
12:The duty of comedy is to correct men by amusing them. ~ moliere, @wisdomtrove
13:In this desperate way, I started many a comedy. ~ charlie-chaplan, @wisdomtrove
14:When the Leaves Blow Away. Documentary, Comedy, 2006. ~ steven-wright, @wisdomtrove
15:Comedy is in my blood. Too bad it's not in my act. ~ rodney-dangerfield, @wisdomtrove
16:Sex is identical to comedy in that it involves timing. ~ phyllis-diller, @wisdomtrove
17:Comedy can be a cathartic way to deal with personal trauma. ~ robin-williams, @wisdomtrove
18:The soul is born old but grows young. That is the comedy of life. ~ oscar-wilde, @wisdomtrove
19:Comedy is the art of making people laugh without making them puke. ~ steve-martin, @wisdomtrove
20:America's biggest failure is its inability to take comedy seriously. ~ h-l-mencken, @wisdomtrove
21:Comedy is just complaining in an entertaining way, Enterplaining. ~ jerry-seinfeld, @wisdomtrove
22:All I need to make a comedy is a park, a policeman and a pretty girl. ~ charlie-chaplan, @wisdomtrove
23:He is a [sane] man who can have tragedy in his heart and comedy in his head. ~ g-k-chesterton, @wisdomtrove
24:What is comedy? Comedy is the art of making people laugh without making them puke. ~ steve-martin, @wisdomtrove
25:One can play comedy, two are required for melodrama, but a tragedy demands three. ~ elbert-hubbard, @wisdomtrove
26:With comedy, you have no place to go but more comedy, so you're never off the hook. ~ steve-martin, @wisdomtrove
27:To me, comedy is just twisting reality. It's commenting or observing or twisting life. ~ steven-wright, @wisdomtrove
28:Comedy makes you humble. Because there are so many opportunities to miss, and strike out. ~ steve-martin, @wisdomtrove
29:What a comedy God's Lila is! What a lunatic asylum! He Himself is sporting with Himself! ~ anandamayi-ma, @wisdomtrove
30:Comedy is a distortion of what is happening, and there will always be something happening. ~ steve-martin, @wisdomtrove
31:There is a thin line that separates laughter and pain, comedy and tragedy, humor and hurt. ~ erma-bombeck, @wisdomtrove
32:As the purpose of comedy is to correct the vices of men, I see no reason why anyone should be exempt. ~ moliere, @wisdomtrove
33:Comedy is there to basically show us we fart, we laugh, to make us realize we still are part animal. ~ robin-williams, @wisdomtrove
34:The whole object of comedy is to be yourself and the closer you get to that, the funnier you will be. ~ jerry-seinfeld, @wisdomtrove
35:Think about yourself at least once in your life otherwise you may miss the best comedy in this world. ~ charlie-chaplan, @wisdomtrove
36:The hardest thing in comedy is to have the biggest laugh at the end, and it's the most satisfying thing. ~ jerry-seinfeld, @wisdomtrove
37:Sometimes with a comedy it's just having the instinct of how real you play it and what level you want it. ~ robin-williams, @wisdomtrove
38:The bounties of space, of infinite outwardness, were three: empty heroics, low comedy, and pointless death. ~ kurt-vonnegut, @wisdomtrove
39:There is no character in the comedy of human life more difficult to play well than that of an old bachelor. ~ washington-irving, @wisdomtrove
40:The most difficult character in comedy is that of the fool, and he must be no simpleton that plays that part. ~ miguel-de-cervantes, @wisdomtrove
41:Comedy is tragedy revisited or hostility. It is mock hostility, of course, or it would be ugly; we would have a war. ~ phyllis-diller, @wisdomtrove
42:The cleverest character in comedy is the clown, for he who would make people take him for a fool, must not be one. ~ miguel-de-cervantes, @wisdomtrove
43:Life is a comedy for those who think and a tragedy for those who feel. Show me a hero and I will write you a tragedy. ~ f-scott-fitzgerald, @wisdomtrove
44:Comedy clubs have brick walls behind the performer. Bricks make you funny. When I'm in front of a fireplace, I'm hilarious. ~ mitch-hedberg, @wisdomtrove
45:The life of every individual is really always a tragedy, but gone through in detail, it has the character of a comedy. ~ arthur-schopenhauer, @wisdomtrove
46:Tragedy and comedy are simply questions of value; a little misfit in life makes us laugh; a great one is tragedy and cause for expression of grief. ~ elbert-hubbard, @wisdomtrove
47:Comedy appeals to the collective mind of the audience and this grows fatigued; while farce appeals to a more robust organ, their collective belly. ~ william-somerset-maugham, @wisdomtrove
48:The Four Levels of Comedy: Make your friends laugh, Make strangers laugh, Get paid to make strangers laugh, and Make people talk like you because it's so much fun. ~ jerry-seinfeld, @wisdomtrove
49:Well, all comedy starts with anger. You get angry, and its never for a good reason, right? You know its not a good reason. And then you try and work it from there. ~ jerry-seinfeld, @wisdomtrove
50:I paint; I draw and paint - I've been doing that since I was in third grade, drawing realistically and then changing to abstract art. That was my first creative thing before guitar or comedy. ~ steven-wright, @wisdomtrove
51:When you start out in comedy, or probably in a lot of things, you want it to happen fast. You don't want to see yourself having to do this for seven years before you start to get some feedback. ~ mitch-hedberg, @wisdomtrove
52:With comedy, you never know until you put it in front of an audience. You shoot it and a year later you have no idea if it's going to work. And then you get the response. It's great when it's good. ~ steve-martin, @wisdomtrove
53:I just wanted to be in show business. I didn't care if I was going to be an actor or a magician or what. Comedy was a point of the least resistance, really. And on the simplest level, I loved comedy. ~ steve-martin, @wisdomtrove
54:You've got to realize that when all goes well, and everything is beautiful, you have no comedy. It's when somebody steps on the bride's train, or belches during the ceremony that you've got comedy! ~ phyllis-diller, @wisdomtrove
55:Q: When both the disciple and his teacher are inadequate, what will happen?  M: In the long run all will be well. After all, the real Self of both is not affected by the comedy they play for a time. ~ sri-nisargadatta-maharaj, @wisdomtrove
56:I was once on a German talk show, and this woman said to me, &
57:Riots and comedy are but symptoms of the times, profoundly revealing. They betray the psychological tone, the deep uncertainties... .and the striving for something better, plus the fear that nothing would come of it all. ~ frank-herbert, @wisdomtrove
58:I tend not to read or watch Science Fiction, particularly not comedy Science Fiction. The point is that if it's less good than what I do, there's no point in reading it, if it's better than what I do it makes me depressed ~ douglas-adams, @wisdomtrove
59:Life involves effort and growth. You won't grow by watching a situation comedy, though you can grow by reading a book. I hope we aren't becoming a nation of watchers, because what made us great is that we've always been a nation of doers. ~ ronald-reagan, @wisdomtrove
60:In the creation of comedy, it is paradoxical that tragedy stimulates the spirit of ridicule; because ridicule, I suppose is an attitude of defiance: we must laugh in the face of our helplessness against the forces of nature - or go insane ~ charlie-chaplan, @wisdomtrove
61:I've been doing comedy longer than I haven't been doing comedy, as I was performing for three years before I even got on &
62:Let no one mistake it for comedy, farcical though it may be in all its details. It serves notice on the country that Neanderthal man is organizing in these forlorn backwaters of the land, led by a fanatic, rid of sense and devoid of conscience. ~ h-l-mencken, @wisdomtrove
63:We are living in the machine age. For the first time in history the comedian has been compelled to supply himself with jokes and comedy material to compete with the machine. Whether he knows it or not, the comedian is on a treadmill to oblivion. ~ fred-allen, @wisdomtrove
64:I started doing comedy because that was the only stage that I could find. It was the pure idea of being on stage. That was the only thing that interested me, along with learning the craft and working, and just being in productions with people. ~ robin-williams, @wisdomtrove
65:I did stand-up comedy for 18 years. Ten of those years were spent learning, four years were spent refining, and four years were spent in wild success. I was seeking comic originality, and fame fell on me as a byproduct. The course was more plodding than heroic. ~ steve-martin, @wisdomtrove
66:I never even thought of myself as deadpan until someone wrote an article about me about a year after I was doing comedy. There was a paper called the &
67:When I first started doing my stand-up act, I played the banjo, did comedy, magic tricks, juggled, read poetry. I stuck it all in. I didn't know you were supposed to just stand up and tell jokes. Essentially, that's what my act became: those five elements - except I dropped the poetry. ~ steve-martin, @wisdomtrove
68:I knew I wanted to be in show business so I took the path of least resistance. I loved comedy. But you never know you are funny until people laugh. It's just what I was interested in. I could make people laugh, I guess, but doing it at school and doing it onstage are very different things. ~ steve-martin, @wisdomtrove
69:Earlier I`ve done hatever I could get my hands on to do for a living. I tried a couple of different things, but kitchen work was the best for me, because I took to a nomadic lifestyle before I started doing comedy. If you travel and get to a town and need a job, restaurants are always there. ~ mitch-hedberg, @wisdomtrove
70:For me, comedy starts as a spew, a kind of explosion, and then you sculpt it from there, if at all. It comes out of a deeper, darker side. Maybe it comes from anger, because I'm outraged by cruel absurdities, the hypocrisy that exists everywhere, even within yourself, where it's hardest to see. ~ robin-williams, @wisdomtrove
71:Human life is basically a comedy. Even its tragedies often seem comic to the spectator, and not infrequently they actually have comic touches to the victim. Happiness probably consists largely in the capacity to detect and relish them. A man who can laugh, if only at himself, is never really miserable. ~ h-l-mencken, @wisdomtrove
72:I myself feel that our country, for whose Constitution I fought in a just war, might as well have been invaded by Martians and body snatchers. Sometimes I wish it had been. What has happened, though, is that it has been taken over by means of the sleaziest, low-comedy, Keystone Cops-style coup d'etat imaginable. ~ kurt-vonnegut, @wisdomtrove
73:And all the time - such is the tragic comedy of our situation - we continue to clamor for those very qualities we are rendering impossible. We make men without chests and expect of them virtue and enterprise. We laugh at honor and are shocked to find traitors in our midst. We castrate and bid the geldings be fruitful. ~ c-s-lewis, @wisdomtrove
74:A pleasant comedy, which paints the manners of the age, and exposes a faithful picture of nature, is a durable work, and is transmitted to the latest posterity. But a system, whether physical or metaphysical, commonly owes its success to its novelty; and is no sooner canvassed with impartiality than its weakness is discovered. ~ david-hume, @wisdomtrove
75:Yet a romantic comedy with no bite becomes sentimental and sickly. Tragedy reminds us of the gravity of life, so that we can feel compassion and empathy. Yet a harrowing tragedy with no redemption becomes dark and bitter. We want the paralogical play of opposites in our stories. And that’s what we’ve got with the great tragicomedy of life. ~ tim-freke, @wisdomtrove
76:When machines fail, when technology fails, when the conventional religion fails, people have got to have something. Even a zombin lurching through the night can seem pretty cheerful compared to the existential comedy/horror of the ozone layer dissolving under the combined assult of a million flurocarbon spray cans of deoderant." - The Mist ~ stephen-king, @wisdomtrove
77:You look at the world and see how scary it can be sometimes and still try to deal with the fear. Comedy can deal with the fear and still not paralyze you or tell you that it's going away. You say, OK, you got certain choices here, you can laugh at them and then once you've laughed at them and you have expunged the demon, now you can deal with them. That's what I do when I do my act. ~ robin-williams, @wisdomtrove
78:So often with beginning writers, the story that they want to start with is the most important story of their life - my molestation, my this, my horrible drug addiction - they want to tell that most important story, and they don't have the skills to tell it yet, so it ends up becoming a comedy. A powerful story told poorly becomes funny, it just makes people laugh behind their hands. ~ chuck-palahniuk, @wisdomtrove
79:My childhood was lonely. Both my parents were away a lot, working, and the maid basically raised me. And I think that's where a lot of my comedy comes from. Not only was the maid very funny and witty, but when my mother came home I'd use humour to try and get her attention. If I made mommy laugh, then maybe everything would be all right. I think that's where it [my comedy] all started. ~ robin-williams, @wisdomtrove
80:The real meaning of persona is a mask, such as actors were accustomed to wear on the ancient stage; and it is quite true that no one shows himself as he is, but wears his mask and plays his part. Indeed, the whole of our social arrangements may be likened to a perpetual comedy; and this is why a man who is worth anything finds society so insipid, while a blockhead is quite at home in it. ~ arthur-schopenhauer, @wisdomtrove
81:Stand-up is an art but since it's humor and it's funny - a lot of guys that don't think it's art are probably coming from the angle that they don't want to take it so seriously. I've always looked at it as an art but I don't look at it as a pretentious art. I understand it has to be taken lightly because it is just comedy in the end, but the good stand-up comics are someone with something to say. ~ mitch-hedberg, @wisdomtrove
82:My most persistent memory of stand - up is of my mouth being in the present and my mind being in the future: the mouth speaking the line, the body delivering the gesture, while the mind looks back, observing, analyzing, judging, worrying, and then deciding when and what to say next. Enjoyment while performing was rare - enjoyment would have been an indulgent loss of focus that comedy cannot afford. ~ steve-martin, @wisdomtrove
83:Comedy relieves us from the burden of being too serious, so that we can play in the moment. Yet a romantic comedy with no bite becomes sentimental and sickly. Tragedy reminds us of the gravity of life, so that we can feel compassion and empathy. Yet a harrowing tragedy with no redemption becomes dark and bitter. We want the paralogical play of opposites in our stories. And that’s what we’ve got with the great tragicomedy of life. ~ tim-freke, @wisdomtrove
84:We read Charlotte Bronte not for exquisite observation of character - her characters are vigorous and elementary; not for comedy - hers is grim and crude; not for a philosophic view of life - hers is that of a country parson's daughter; but for her poetry. Probably that is so with all writers who have, as she has, an overpowering personality, so that, as we say in real life, they have only to open the door to make themselves felt. ~ virginia-woolf, @wisdomtrove
85:Between birth and burial, we find ourselves in a comedy of mysteries. If you don't think life is mysterious, if you believe you have it all mapped out, you aren't paying attention or you've anesthetized yourself with booze or drugs, or with a comforting ideology. And if you don't think life's a comedy - well, friend, you might as well hurry along to that burial. The rest of us need people with whom we can laugh. -Odd Thomas -Odd Apocalypse by Dean Koontz pg 30 chapter 4 ~ dean-koontz, @wisdomtrove
86:That perhaps is your task&
87:This industry should behave like a mother whose child has just run out in front of a car. But instead of clasping the child to them, they start punishing the child. Like you don't dare get a cold. How dare you get a cold! I mean, the executives can get colds and stay home forever and phone it in, but how dare you, the actor, get a cold or a virus. You know, no one feels worse than the one who's sick. I sometimes wish, gee, I wish they had to act a comedy with a temperature and a virus infection. ~ marilyn-monroe, @wisdomtrove
88:Comedies, in the ancient world, were regarded as of a higher rank than tragedy, of a deeper truth, of a more difficult realization, of a sounder structure, and of a revelation more complete. The happy ending of the fairy tale, the myth, and the divine comedy of the soul, is to be read, not as a contradiction, but as a transcendence of the universal tragedy of man... . Tragedy is the shattering of the forms and of our attachments to the forms; comedy, the wild and careless, inexhaustible joy of life invincible. ~ joseph-campbell, @wisdomtrove

*** NEWFULLDB 2.4M ***

1:Comedy is not pretty. ~ Steve Martin,
2:Good comedy is ageless. ~ Ted Levine,
3:Comedy is a noble art. ~ Margaret Cho,
4:Beloved King of Comedy. ~ Mack Sennett,
5:Comedy is rarely funny. ~ Dov Davidoff,
6:Comedy is often about pain. ~ Eric Andre,
7:Comedy = tragedy + time. ~ Carol Burnett,
8:To me, comedy is a game. ~ Demetri Martin,
9:Comedy is king. It has to be. ~ Steve Pink,
10:Comedy keeps the heart sweet. ~ Mark Twain,
11:Comedy has been so good to me. ~ Bernie Mac,
12:Comedy is allied to justice. ~ Aristophanes,
13:I had wanted to do a comedy. ~ Gus Van Sant,
14:Most modern comedy is crap. ~ Ade Edmondson,
15:Comedy was all I ever wanted. ~ Margaret Cho,
16:I enjoy doing physical comedy. ~ Scott Adsit,
17:I'm the Forrest Gump of comedy. ~ Dana Gould,
18:It was a comedy of errors. ~ Debbie Macomber,
19:Comedy is the ultimate anarchist. ~ Tim Allen,
20:Comedy is tragedy plus timing. ~ Bob Odenkirk,
21:Comedy is tragedy revisited. ~ Phyllis Diller,
22:Dying is easy. Comedy is hard. ~ Edmund Gwenn,
23:I started comedy in like 1998. ~ Fred Armisen,
24:Most comedy comes out of misery. ~ Seth Rogen,
25:Murder is easy. Comedy is hard. ~ Scott Simon,
26:You know, I'm a big comedy fan. ~ Judd Apatow,
27:Comedy is acting out optimism ~ Robin Williams,
28:I get all of my comedy from CNN. ~ Rob Corddry,
29:Comedy is acting out optimism. ~ Robin Williams,
30:Comedy is pain plus time. ~ Karen McCullah Lutz,
31:Fat is where comedy is stored. ~ Craig Ferguson,
32:Nothing can help my comedy. ~ Gilbert Gottfried,
33:very painful comedy of errors ~ Neal Shusterman,
34:I don't think comedy will ever die. ~ Kevin Hart,
35:I feel more comfortable in comedy. ~ Bob Newhart,
36:Success is the enemy of comedy. ~ Jerry Seinfeld,
37:I'd like to do a romantic comedy. ~ Aaron Eckhart,
38:It's a comedy, but I'm sure I'll cry. ~ Ai Yazawa,
39:I've actually done a lot of comedy. ~ Natalie Zea,
40:Tragedy plus time isn’t comedy, ~ Olen Steinhauer,
41:Comedy is second nature for me. ~ Anthony Anderson,
42:I still want to do a comedy series. ~ Joan Van Ark,
43:I wrote comedy sketches in college. ~ Ellie Kemper,
44:My comedy is romanticized laziness. ~ Jim Gaffigan,
45:Tragedy is an unfinished comedy. ~ Joseph Campbell,
46:All comedy comes from a dark place. ~ Katt Williams,
47:I am desperate to do a comedy now. ~ Tom Hiddleston,
48:I'm an actor who loves doing comedy. ~ Martin Short,
49:I only got into comedy to get laid ~ Jack Whitehall,
50:The only weapon we have is comedy. ~ Robin Williams,
51:I love doing comedy. It's a lot of fun. ~ Alexa Vega,
52:I'm just an enormous British comedy fan. ~ Paul Feig,
53:No subject is unsuitable for comedy. ~ Peter Baynham,
54:There's always a message in my comedy. ~ Paul Mooney,
55:Vanity is the Death of Comedy. ~ James Andrew Miller,
56:Anger and comedy are really connected. ~ Margaret Cho,
57:Comedy is the only hope for humanity. ~ Roseanne Barr,
58:I DID STAND-UP COMEDY for eighteen years. ~ Anonymous,
59:I'm looking to be the next comedy mogul. ~ J B Smoove,
60:With comedy I can search for the profound. ~ Dario Fo,
61:A pie in the face is funny. Comedy gold. ~ Matthew Moy,
62:How can there be inaccuracy in comedy? ~ Michael Moore,
63:I love comedy. It's where my heart is. ~ Declan Lowney,
64:Stand-up comedy is a raunchy profession. ~ Aziz Ansari,
65:Comedy is a group activity, a verbal orgy. ~ Chris Rock,
66:Everybody needs some good sketch comedy. ~ Bob Odenkirk,
67:I actually enjoy comedy; it's a lot of fun. ~ Dule Hill,
68:I got everybody on my side through comedy. ~ Ruth Buzzi,
69:I'm a big comedy fan, and a fan of films. ~ Dan Scanlon,
70:In comedy, my strengths are improvisation. ~ Kevin Hart,
71:Knowing comedy is knowing human nature. ~ Patton Oswalt,
72:The comedy gods are smiling on me tonight. ~ Bill Maher,
73:Deep inside, I am desperate to do comedy. ~ David Suchet,
74:Dying's tough - but not as tough as comedy. ~ Cary Grant,
75:I developed several comedy phone calls. ~ Shelley Berman,
76:I did stand-up comedy for eighteen years. ~ Steve Martin,
77:If everyone is mature, there is no comedy. ~ Judd Apatow,
78:If people do not laugh it's not comedy. ~ Lars von Trier,
79:In comedy laughter settles all arguments. ~ Robert McKee,
80:I see parody as another form of comedy. ~ Bruce Campbell,
81:I've always just been attracted to comedy. ~ Oscar Nunez,
82:I wanted to be less well-known in comedy. ~ Eddie Izzard,
83:You cannot have the drama without comedy. ~ Tommy Wiseau,
84:Comedy is nothing more than tragedy deferred. ~ Pico Iyer,
85:Comedy is taken care of by a free market. ~ Penn Jillette,
86:Comedy, like sodomy, is an unnatural act. ~ Marty Feldman,
87:Comedy writers have the most fragile egos. ~ Mindy Kaling,
88:I always loved working in comedy. ~ Robert Duncan McNeill,
89:I think comedy is funnier when it's real. ~ Kate Flannery,
90:Comedy can't be about continuous success. ~ Martin Freeman,
91:Comedy is a very approval-oriented field. ~ Dave Chappelle,
92:Good comedy doesn't have to be a comedy idea. ~ Seth Rogen,
93:I enjoy comedy but it can become wearisome. ~ Steve Coogan,
94:I have always loved both drama and comedy. ~ Molly Shannon,
95:I really enjoy comedy. It's a real challenge. ~ Ted Levine,
96:Madness isn't altogether a bad thing in comedy. ~ Jo Brand,
97:My comedy is like emotional hang-gliding. ~ Robin Williams,
98:When I was in college I did a lot of comedy. ~ Dean Norris,
99:Bureaucrats shouldn't be in charge of comedy. ~ John Cleese,
100:Comedy and drama are both challenging to me. ~ Nicholas Lea,
101:Comedy is a camouflage for depression. ~ Rodney Dangerfield,
102:Comedy is the blues for people who can’t sing. ~ Chris Rock,
103:Everyone loves a comedy, my dear. It is divine. ~ Rawi Hage,
104:For a comedy to work, magic has to happen. ~ Bradley Cooper,
105:I don't hold any candle for drama versus comedy. ~ Jo Brand,
106:I love good comedy. I don't like bad comedy. ~ Michael Dorn,
107:It's really challenging to play comedy. ~ Michelle Monaghan,
108:It's the Divine Comedy, not the Divine Tragedy. ~ Cat Bauer,
109:I would never say never to returning to comedy. ~ Eric Bana,
110:Tragedy is a close-up; comedy, a long shot. ~ Buster Keaton,
111:Wrestling was like stand-up comedy for me. ~ Dwayne Johnson,
112:You are the soul of comedy, Mrs. Emerson. ~ Sylvain Reynard,
113:Comedy is like catching lightning in a bottle. ~ Goldie Hawn,
114:Ive predominantly done comedy over the years. ~ Nicky Whelan,
115:There seems to be more comedy for comedy's sake ~ Todd Barry,
116:To me Psycho was a big comedy. Had to be. ~ Alfred Hitchcock,
117:Comedy is what I really want to do and propel. ~ Marisa Tomei,
118:I don't get a lot of romantic comedy scripts. ~ Ryan Reynolds,
119:I suppose comedy is my first love, in a way. ~ Sharlto Copley,
120:Low comedy, empty heroics and pointless death ~ Kurt Vonnegut,
121:My sense of stand up comedy would be so esoteric. ~ Paul Rudd,
122:The bigger the audience, the better with comedy. ~ Jimmy Carr,
123:A married philosopher belongs to comedy. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche,
124:Comedy is a very, very, very stringent business. ~ Chuck Jones,
125:Comedy is simply a funny way of being serious. ~ Peter Ustinov,
126:Comedy is truth. We should not apologize for it. ~ Joan Rivers,
127:Comedy may be big business but it isn't pretty. ~ Steve Martin,
128:Comedy pays the bills if I can't find a film. ~ Robin Williams,
129:Comedy too can sometimes discern what is right. ~ Aristophanes,
130:I got into comedy so I could stay out all night. ~ Artie Lange,
131:I grew up watching British comedy on TV, really. ~ Robert Webb,
132:In the midst of tragedy we start the comedy. ~ Agatha Christie,
133:I think comedy is the hardest art form there is. ~ John Popper,
134:I will always love to perform standup comedy. ~ Shelley Berman,
135:There aren't many pratfalls in comedy anymore. ~ Dick Van Dyke,
136:Bud and Lou in the comedy mystery Who Done It? ~ Leonard Maltin,
137:Comedy is tragedy that happens to other people. ~ Angela Carter,
138:For me, comedy and drama are all the same thing. ~ Romany Malco,
139:I'd consider myself a flailing comedy writer. ~ Benjamin Walker,
140:I love comedy. God has given me this platform. ~ Jeff Foxworthy,
141:I think comedy is one of the hardest things to do. ~ Faith Ford,
142:Life is tragic comedy, in a way. There is humor. ~ Tcheky Karyo,
143:The comedy of man survives the tragedy of man. ~ G K Chesterton,
144:'The David Letterman Show' is a show of comedy. ~ Jesse Ventura,
145:The duty of comedy is to correct men by amusing them. ~ Moliere,
146:The duty of comedy is to correct men by amusing them. ~ Moli re,
147:The human comedy begins with a vertical smile. ~ Richard Condon,
148:Theres nothing more difficult to do than comedy. ~ Robert Evans,
149:Comedy always works best when it is mean-spirited. ~ John Cleese,
150:Comedy is merely tragedy happening to someone else. ~ W C Fields,
151:First and foremost, I just want to write comedy. ~ Peter Baynham,
152:I am a big comedy fan, having been in 'Coupling.' ~ Gina Bellman,
153:I want to do drama, light comedy, the whole range. ~ Bobby Darin,
154:Only the most lucid can see their love as comedy. ~ Mason Cooley,
155:You can't have good comedy without drama in it. ~ Sandra Bullock,
156:For doing comedy, a sense of humor is a must! ~ Deepika Padukone,
157:I just like the joyous aspect of playing comedy. ~ Andre Braugher,
158:I just want to be funny, I just want to do comedy. ~ Tracy Morgan,
159:In movies, comedy and tragedy are all the same. ~ Jean Luc Godard,
160:In this desperate way, I started many a comedy. ~ Charlie Chaplin,
161:Yes, it's tough, but not as tough as doing comedy. ~ Edmund Gwenn,
162:Doing comedy alone onstage is the ego's last stand. ~ Steve Martin,
163:IF YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND SURGICAL COMEDY DON'T DIE ~ Kevin Sampsell,
164:You're at the top of your game if you do comedy. ~ Hector Elizondo,
165:Being a family in general is a comedy of errors. ~ Shannon Woodward,
166:Comedy defends the commonplace; tragedy explodes it. ~ Mason Cooley,
167:Great comedy calls large matters into question. ~ Penelope Gilliatt,
168:I had envisioned doing comedy since childhood. For sure. ~ Ed Helms,
169:My comedy is not mine. It's a gift. I'm not that smart. ~ Tim Allen,
170:Reality is the scary thing. Not my work, not comedy. ~ Tracy Morgan,
171:Taste in comedy, like fashion, changes all the time. ~ Steve Carell,
172:The real reason for comedy is to hide the pain. ~ Wendy Wasserstein,
173:Timing is the essence of life, and definitely of comedy. ~ Bob Hope,
174:Avoiding humiliation is the core of tragedy and comedy. ~ John Guare,
175:Blonde is dumb comedy, red hair is smart, sexy comedy. ~ Lisa Kudrow,
176:Comedy is, of course, closely associated with eggs. ~ Harlan Tarbell,
177:I want to write a book which is the history of comedy. ~ John Cleese,
178:Recognition is one of the three big elements of comedy. ~ Bill Maher,
179:The broad comedy thing is really hard to do on film. ~ Paul Giamatti,
180:To listen to your own silence is the key to comedy. ~ Elayne Boosler,
181:After a time, she believed in the reality of this comedy ~ mile Zola,
182:But comedy I'd love to do as much as humanly possible. ~ Ben Kingsley,
183:Comedy doesn't always have to come from a dark place. ~ Craig Kilborn,
184:Every actor thinks he can do comedy, and it's not true. ~ Denis Leary,
185:Human life is a comedy-one must play it seriously. ~ Alexandre Koj ve,
186:I changed the face of comedy. I used to be funny. ~ Gilbert Gottfried,
187:I do comedy shows. I make fun of myself, first of all. ~ Steve Burton,
188:I want to do action, romantic comedy, and I love drama. ~ Liya Kebede,
189:Some of the best dramatic actors have started in comedy. ~ J B Smoove,
190:The comedy of man survives the tragedy of man. ~ Gilbert K Chesterton,
191:The understatement is the English contribution to comedy. ~ Jim Davis,
192:When comedy fails, seriousness begins to leak back in. ~ Susan Sontag,
193:When things are really painful, I turn it into comedy. ~ Peter Mullan,
194:When you do a comedy, the goals are much clearer to me. ~ Luke Wilson,
195:You'll laugh at the comedy of errors that is my life. ~ Bret Michaels,
196:By the time I was 7 or 8, I wanted to be a comedy writer. ~ Chris Rock,
197:Comedy - and I say this with humility - comedy needs me. ~ Joan Rivers,
198:Comedy is the kindly contemplation of the incongruous. ~ P G Wodehouse,
199:Everything that begins as comedy ends as tragicomedy. ~ Roberto Bola o,
200:I have an Italian comedy at the Venice Film Festival. ~ Robert Englund,
201:I like physical comedy. And I like the old comedies. ~ Patrick Dempsey,
202:I think comedy's often the little and the large, isn't it? ~ Eric Idle,
203:It's hard to narrow down your influences in comedy. ~ Cameron Esposito,
204:I would like to do maybe a smaller romantic comedy. ~ Linda Fiorentino,
205:Making people laugh is the lowest form of comedy. ~ Michael O Donoghue,
206:Physical comedy is my favorite thing in the world to do. ~ Jason Biggs,
207:We participate in a tragedy; at a comedy we only look. ~ Aldous Huxley,
208:You know, crankiness is at the essence of all comedy. ~ Jerry Seinfeld,
209:'30 Rock' is the holy grail of comedy in my opinion. ~ Cheyenne Jackson,
210:A comedy about killing people? Like, that is just so awful. ~ Anonymous,
211:Comedy has traditionally been about fear of embarrassment. ~ Marco Roth,
212:Comedy is hard to do. All the cliches about it are true. ~ Jeff Daniels,
213:Comedy is in my blood. Too bad it's not in my act. ~ Rodney Dangerfield,
214:Comedy. I think that's something I'd really like to do. ~ David R Ellis,
215:I like comedy, I love it very much, I love laughing. ~ Khandi Alexander,
216:I think people are always looking for a good comedy. ~ Catherine Keener,
217:I usually have sex to my stand-up comedy album. Power move. ~ Jeff Ross,
218:Sex is identical to comedy in that it involves timing. ~ Phyllis Diller,
219:'Sightseers' started off as a character comedy double act. ~ Alice Lowe,
220:To be perfectly honest, drama is a lot simpler than comedy. ~ Nikki Cox,
221:Comedy distances pain, but leaves signs of it everywhere. ~ Mason Cooley,
222:Comedy is very controlling - you are making people laugh. ~ Gilda Radner,
223:If only you knew, Comedy Boy. If only I could tell you. ~ David Levithan,
224:I would say that fifty percent of my show is killer comedy. ~ Davy Jones,
225:Mime doesn’t always mean comedy, my dear; far from it. ~ Dorothy Dunnett,
226:My comedy doesn't come from any calculations and studies. ~ Jackie Mason,
227:The DC Improv food is amazingly edible for a comedy club. ~ Jim Gaffigan,
228:The funny thing is, Dennis Miller got me back into comedy. ~ Tommy Chong,
229:Well my biggest dream is to be in a romantic comedy. ~ Izabella Scorupco,
230:Everything that begins as comedy ends as a horror movie. ~ Roberto Bola o,
231:I got locked into a tradition [at Cambridge] of doing comedy. ~ Eric Idle,
232:I like comedy. I would love to do comedy for a long time. ~ Sofia Vergara,
233:I love acting but I also love writing, especially comedy. ~ Sally Hawkins,
234:I think in life, the sense of humor and comedy always exists. ~ Mike Epps,
235:Nobody really knows, but I got a little comedy in me. ~ Nicole Ari Parker,
236:Oh, well, my first love is comedy or singing and dancing. ~ Dick Van Dyke,
237:One always writes comedy at the moment of deepest hysteria. ~ V S Naipaul,
238:When death comes too near, comedy and tragedy fall silent. ~ Mason Cooley,
239:A comedy that has been divide in two can never be Restored ~ Jun Mochizuki,
240:A good comedy with a purpose behind it is exhilarating. ~ Jason Mantzoukas,
241:Comedy clubs are sacred ground. That's where anything goes. ~ Tracy Morgan,
242:Comedy is quite a difficult place for queers and for women. ~ Margaret Cho,
243:Comedy is the only weapon I have to battle totalitarianism. ~ Margaret Cho,
244:Creative comedy is like growing geraniums in a mine field. ~ Jerry Stiller,
245:Every few months I'll pop into a comedy club or go to Vegas. ~ Kevin James,
246:Every student of comedy should see Dame Edna at least twice. ~ Dick Cavett,
247:For me, the way I stay consistent is through stand-up comedy. ~ Kevin Hart,
248:He loved jazz. He hated comedy movies. He read…a lot. And ~ Sloane Kennedy,
249:I got into comedy because I wanted to get into writing. ~ Anthony Jeselnik,
250:I love comedy, I love drama, and I love telling good stories. ~ Kim Wayans,
251:I'm always trying to perfect the romantic comedy, though. ~ David Duchovny,
252:Socialism is a fraud, a comedy, a phantom, a blackmail. ~ Benito Mussolini,
253:The best comedy is where you attack the strong, not the weak. ~ Ian Hislop,
254:The best way to ruin a comedy is to throw a lot of money at it. ~ Jay Leno,
255:The kick [of comedy] is to think quickly. It's a great kick. ~ Joey Bishop,
256:Tragedy when ridiculed by comedy does not condescend a reply. ~ Xenocrates,
257:With comedy, you really want to work things out beforehand. ~ Tim Matheson,
258:Comedy has always been more challenging for me than drama. ~ Kelli Berglund,
259:Comedy is a man in trouble. And without it, there's no humor. ~ Jerry Lewis,
260:Comedy is great; you get to laugh! Life is so serious. ~ Clifton Collins Jr,
261:Comedy is my passion. I'm going to do this until I drop. ~ Gabriel Iglesias,
262:I do some of my best stand-up comedy during sound checks. ~ Madonna Ciccone,
263:I had a terrible job letting me do anything that wasn't comedy. ~ Val Guest,
264:I love TV. I think I'd do a half-hour single-camera comedy. ~ Lauren Graham,
265:In a comedy it helps enhance things that were already there. ~ Ivan Reitman,
266:I've never been a shirt-off, pants-off kind of comedy guy. ~ Jason Sudeikis,
267:People are amazed that I do comedy. I always did comedy. ~ Sigourney Weaver,
268:Some people learn comedy, and some people just are comedy. ~ Chris Hardwick,
269:Stand-up comedy and poverty. Those were my two main endeavors. ~ Dave Foley,
270:The best comedy is always played straight down the middle. ~ Tom Hiddleston,
271:Well, I think that there's a value to comedy in and of itself. ~ Al Franken,
272:You know, stand-up comedy is where I pretty much started out. ~ Brion James,
273:Comedy can be a cathartic way to deal with personal trauma. ~ Robin Williams,
274:Comedy is tragedy standing on its head with its pants down. ~ Chris Crutcher,
275:Editing and post-production is so important with comedy. ~ Eddie Kaye Thomas,
276:I believe in the future a new Dante will write a new Divine Comedy. ~ Ba Jin,
277:My goal on my bucket list is to write a romantic comedy movie. ~ Lynda Barry,
278:... Play the age as comedy if you want to get away with murder. ~ James Agee,
279:Science fiction and comedy are generally a pretty bumpy mix. ~ Matt Groening,
280:What you aspire to on a sitcom is the feeling of live comedy. ~ John Lithgow,
281:Everything that begins as comedy inevitably ends as mystery. ~ Roberto Bola o,
282:For me, comedy is richer and larger than anything else. ~ Upamanyu Chatterjee,
283:I always approach comedy roles pretending they aren't funny. ~ Brendan Fraser,
284:I feel really grateful that I am in comedy, and I love doing it. ~ Anna Faris,
285:In 20 years of comedy, I've probably had a dozen good points. ~ Doug Stanhope,
286:I really don't take any interest at all in contemporary comedy. ~ Paul Merton,
287:More people are going out to comedy shows than they were before. ~ Jimmy Carr,
288:My comedy comes from pain. I can't stand to see someone hurting. ~ Bernie Mac,
289:But it's hard for a chick to do comedy. It's not as open for them. ~ Joe Rogan,
290:Comedy has to have momentum in order for it to keep moving along. ~ Rose Byrne,
291:Everything that begins as comedy ends as a dirge in the void. ~ Roberto Bola o,
292:For the most part, comedy is the only fair part of show business. ~ Chris Rock,
293:I don't have any type of sketch-comedy or stand-up background. ~ Jenna Fischer,
294:I don't think there's anything outside what comedy can address. ~ Steve Coogan,
295:I never sort of thought of myself as a comedy writer, by nature. ~ Lena Dunham,
296:I think comedy is an angry art form; it's an outsider art form. ~ Margaret Cho,
297:I think comedy is the hardest actual form of writing there is. ~ Michael Hirst,
298:Life is a tragedy to those who feel and a comedy to those who think. ~ Moli re,
299:Nothing translates worse than comedy into the printed word. ~ Janeane Garofalo,
300:People like the comedy more when they care about the characters. ~ Judd Apatow,
301:Ricordati che è un film comico. ['Remember, this a comedy'] ~ Federico Fellini,
302:Stand-up comedy is an art form and it dies unless you expand it. ~ Sam Kinison,
303:The only honest art form is laughter, comedy. You can't fake it. ~ Lenny Bruce,
304:To label any subject unsuitable for comedy is to admit defeat. ~ Peter Sellers,
305:To me, horror and comedy never work. Never worked for me, anyway. ~ Rob Zombie,
306:A lot of comedy is really DIY. You're kind of doing it yourself. ~ Samantha Bee,
307:Comedy takes a very specific technique, specific skills. ~ Joseph Gordon Levitt,
308:Disappointment is an endless wellspring of comedy inspiration. ~ Martin Freeman,
309:I don't do comedy so much although I would like to do a comedy. ~ Aaron Eckhart,
310:I enjoy comedy and I hope that people enjoy watching me do it. ~ David Duchovny,
311:I gravitate towards anything that has a grain of comedy to it. ~ Michael Shanks,
312:I'm the first one who sees every romantic comedy in theaters. ~ Elizabeth Olsen,
313:I really have a love for comedy. I can't express it enough. ~ Brandon T Jackson,
314:It's great extremes which leads to great drama and great comedy. ~ Vince Vaughn,
315:Life is a comedy to those who think, a tragedy to those who feel. ~ Jean Racine,
316:Starship command is like comedy, Number One. Timing is everything. ~ David Mack,
317:The best comedy I ever did was when people didn't know who I was. ~ Chevy Chase,
318:The soul is born old but grows young. That is the comedy of life. ~ Oscar Wilde,
319:what is more nerve-racking: live comedy or the World Series. “SNL ~ Amy Poehler,
320:You can always turn a tragedy into a comedy by sitting down. ~ Dorothy L Sayers,
321:As long as there's Big Momma, we're going to bring you comedy. ~ Martin Lawrence,
322:Comedy, we may say, is society protecting itself - with a smile. ~ J B Priestley,
323:Farce is nearer tragedy in its essence than comedy is. ~ Samuel Taylor Coleridge,
324:The only way to get a serious message across is through comedy ~ Woody Harrelson,
325:You just can't take yourself too seriously, especially in comedy. ~ Paula Patton,
326:Comedy is a very rough beat. It's no holds barred, as it should be. ~ Joan Rivers,
327:Comedy is the art of making people laugh without making them puke. ~ Steve Martin,
328:Comedy makes the subversion of the existing state of affairs possible. ~ Dario Fo,
329:In comedy, the witty style wins out over every mishap of the plot. ~ Mason Cooley,
330:It'd be fun to do a comedy with someone like Sandra Bullock. ~ Christian Serratos,
331:I think you can tell the human condition better through comedy. ~ Hector Elizondo,
332:Natural Born Killers is really a misunderstood romantic comedy. ~ Woody Harrelson,
333:You can say things in a comedy that you never can say in a drama. ~ John Forsythe,
334:America's biggest failure is its inability to take comedy seriously. ~ H L Mencken,
335:'Buried Alive' is a little scary, but also a comedy at the same time. ~ Tobin Bell,
336:Comedy is just complaining in an entertaining way, Enterplaining. ~ Jerry Seinfeld,
337:I came to Hollywood originally writing comedy and writing satire. ~ Stephen Gaghan,
338:I'd like to come back because I really miss doing situation comedy. ~ John Goodman,
339:I'd say I've gone to grad school for comedy being on "Community." ~ Gillian Jacobs,
340:If I'm committed to something really stupid, then I'm in a comedy. ~ John C Reilly,
341:I loved comedy all my life. I think it's a real powerful art form. ~ Roseanne Barr,
342:In sketch comedy, wear your character like a hat, not a suit of armor. ~ Andy Daly,
343:In some ways, comedy and something like a musical do go hand-in-hand. ~ Emma Stone,
344:It’s never a good idea for politicians to get involved in comedy. ~ David Mitchell,
345:It was always a delicate balance, life and death, comedy and tragedy. ~ Chris Kyle,
346:The secret to riches is the same as the secret to comedy - timing. ~ Russell Crowe,
347:Well I was much too practical to presume to have a career in comedy. ~ Bob Newhart,
348:A farce or comedy is best played; a tragedy is best read at home. ~ Abraham Lincoln,
349:Applaud my friends, the comedy is over... [on his death bed] ~ Ludwig van Beethoven,
350:Between birth and burial, we find ourselves in a comedy of mysteries. ~ Dean Koontz,
351:Go to humorous events at comedy clubs and watch laughable movies. ~ Jeffrey Gitomer,
352:I love the absurd - kind of absurdist comedy, absurd things in life. ~ Rose McGowan,
353:People either have comedy or they don't. You can't teach it to them. ~ Lucille Ball,
354:People who can dance and sing are often very good at comedy. ~ John Michael Higgins,
355:People who do comedy really are the nastiest people on the planet. ~ Sandra Bullock,
356:Unquestionably, standup comedy is and has always been an art form. ~ Shelley Berman,
357:What begins as comedy ends as a triumphal march, wouldn’t you say? ~ Roberto Bola o,
358:After 20 years of doing comedy, I find dramatic work more challenging. ~ Marla Gibbs,
359:Comedy born of bewilderment is the only comedy that should be in magic. ~ Dai Vernon,
360:Comedy is so hard to do, so it was very cool to do dead pan humor. ~ Brittany Daniel,
361:I'd love to do situation comedy - it's the best job in show business. ~ Patti LuPone,
362:If a great comedy landed on my doorstep, I would find it hard to say no. ~ Eric Bana,
363:I love comedy, and I think thats sort of what comes naturally to me. ~ Lauren Miller,
364:I love doing comedy - I get a laugh out of it, it's not so serious. ~ Carmen Electra,
365:I'm always doing comedy and will never hit up a 9-to-5 desk job. ~ Brandon T Jackson,
366:It's always been a dream of mine to be in a Woody Allen comedy. ~ Jennifer Carpenter,
367:I've always thought that comedy was just another dramatic expression. ~ Harold Ramis,
368:Comedy has had no history, because it was not at first treated seriously. ~ Aristotle,
369:Comedy holds the greatest risk for an actor, and laughter is the reward. ~ Cary Grant,
370:Comedy is hostile to profundity, and brings everything to the surface. ~ Mason Cooley,
371:Comedy, such a lovely lady, she'll pick you up, you your feeling blue. ~ Adam Sandler,
372:I didn't know anything about acting, much less about acting in a comedy. ~ Desi Arnaz,
373:I hadn't really done a comedy other than The Ape since Freaks and Geeks. ~ Seth Rogen,
374:I love my comedy too much to bastardize it with bad romantic comedy. ~ Sandra Bullock,
375:I love Stewart Lee's 'Comedy Vehicle' on BBC2. The guy is a genius. ~ Jez Butterworth,
376:I love the idea of comedy in horror. I think this should be allowed. ~ Robert Englund,
377:I think comedy is the most difficult thing in the world, I really do. ~ Martha Graham,
378:I would love to do a comedy spoof, like a Spinal Tap kind of thing. ~ Matthew McGrory,
379:Life is a tragedy for those who feel and a comedy for those who think. ~ Margaret Cho,
380:Life is a tragedy when seen in close-up, but a comedy in long-shot. ~ Charlie Chaplin,
381:MarkBaynard: You know what they say- dying is easy; comedy is hard. ~ Teresa Medeiros,
382:Status is always ripe for satire, status is always good for comedy. ~ Stephen Colbert,
383:Well I sure had been looking for a comedy for years without any success. ~ Val Kilmer,
384:A good comedy’s very hard to make, so good comic writing I really enjoy. ~ Colm Meaney,
385:As a dancer, I was always the physical comedy girl. I love it so much. ~ Anne Fletcher,
386:BETWEEN BIRTH AND BURIAL, WE FIND OURSELVES in a comedy of mysteries. If ~ Dean Koontz,
387:Comedy can be very freeing. Laughter truly is the best medicine. ~ Christina Applegate,
388:Comedy, in particular, is a tremendously powerful lever of social change. ~ Lindy West,
389:Comedy is the most difficult thing to do. Easily the most difficult. ~ Christopher Lee,
390:Human life is a comedy-one must play it seriously--Alexandre Kojeve ~ Alexandre Koj ve,
391:I did stand-up comedy for seventeen years. I need to explore other things. ~ Dane Cook,
392:I'd like to try different genres: comedy, period drama, rom-com, action. ~ Nina Dobrev,
393:I don't know about the romantic comedy route, although never say never. ~ Kristen Wiig,
394:I don't like the bullying, do-one-over style of comedy. It's so cheap. ~ Olivia Colman,
395:I feel like women are frequently seen as guests in the comedy world. ~ Chelsea Peretti,
396:I found I had the ability to do comedy. My timing was really inborn. ~ Yvonne De Carlo,
397:I know the new comedy god is surrealism, but it doesn't touch my heart. ~ Jenny Eclair,
398:I'm a big comedy nerd, so I'm always looking for the chance to be funny. ~ Colin Hanks,
399:I'm not a big believer in the sense of Jews having a monopoly on comedy. ~ Woody Allen,
400:I often say that ... I'm just involved in comedy, so I can be around it. ~ Judd Apatow,
401:Life is a comedy to those who think and a tragedy for those who feel. ~ Horace Walpole,
402:Play your part in the comedy, but don't identify yourself with your role! ~ Wei Wu Wei,
403:Play your part in the comedy, but don't identify yourself with your role. ~ Wei Wu Wei,
404:The world is a comedy to those that think, a tragedy to those that feel ~ John le Carr,
405:Vegas means comedy, tragedy, happiness and sadness all at the same time. ~ Artie Lange,
406:Without comedy as a defense mechanism I wouldn't be able to survive. ~ Garry Shandling,
407:You're entering dangerous land when you start theorising about comedy. ~ Ade Edmondson,
408:A genius of comedy His talent brought joy and Laughter to all the world. ~ Oliver Hardy,
409:All I need to make a comedy is a park, a policeman and a pretty girl. ~ Charlie Chaplin,
410:Good comedy makes you laugh, and bad comedy makes people you hate laugh. ~ Brian Posehn,
411:I'd like to give every member of our cast a best supporting comedy Emmy. ~ David Mandel,
412:I'm not a comedian. I didn't study sketch comedy; my background isn't that. ~ Paul Rudd,
413:In tragedy every moment is eternity; in comedy, eternity is a moment. ~ Christopher Fry,
414:Life is a comedy for those who think and a tragedy for those who feel. ~ Daniel Goleman,
415:Life is a comedy for those who think and a tragedy for those who feel. ~ Horace Walpole,
416:My portrayal of Fagin was all to do with my experience in comedy and revue. ~ Ron Moody,
417:Performing comedy, you develop a rhythm of ideas and laughs. I live for it. ~ Louis C K,
418:The more trouble you get a man into, the more comedy you get out of him. ~ Harold Lloyd,
419:The reason you often get in comedy is because you're not getting laid. ~ Demetri Martin,
420:All I need to make a comedy is a park, a policeman, and a pretty girl. ~ Charlie Chaplin,
421:Comedy is just one of the many professions that women are taking over. ~ Natasha Leggero,
422:Comedy tends to come out of things which are quite painful and serious. ~ Helen Fielding,
423:I always loved comedy but I didn't start formally until I was in college. ~ Ana Gasteyer,
424:I love doing comedy. I did comedy for seven years on 'The King of Queens. ~ Lou Ferrigno,
425:In the world of comedy, having a partner is not the most unusual thing. ~ Bobby Farrelly,
426:I've been doing a lot of drama, but I feel like comedy is my strength. ~ Taraji P Henson,
427:So many people are in comedy because of difficult mothers or broken homes. ~ Judd Apatow,
428:The world is a comedy to those that think; a tragedy to those that feel, ~ Kate Atkinson,
429:We didn't used to be so precious about women in comedy back in the old days. ~ Paul Feig,
430:What a fine comedy this world would be if one did not play a part in it. ~ Denis Diderot,
431:What begins with comedy ends with comedy... in my short view of the matter. ~ Gore Vidal,
432:Did I play my role well? If so, then applause, because the comedy is finished! ~ Augustus,
433:in comedy laughter settles all argument
فى الكوميديا، الضحك ينهى أى جدل ~ Robert McKee,
434:I never like to do parodies. I never do. It's just not my style of comedy. ~ Ivan Reitman,
435:I trained in Shakespeare, and that's all comedy, even when it's tragedy. ~ Olivia Thirlby,
436:It's always been said that comedy comes mostly out of the dark side anyway. ~ Alan Thicke,
437:Was that tragedy? Or was that comedy? Was there really any difference? ~ Orson Scott Card,
438:A comedy club is a place where you work out material, you're trying material. ~ Chris Rock,
439:Acting in a sitcom or a comedy movie is like a comedy routine with the setups. ~ Bill Burr,
440:Analysing comedy is like dissecting a frog. Nobody laughs and the frog dies. ~ Barry Cryer,
441:I don't see myself as part of an acting fraternity or a comedy fraternity. ~ Ricky Gervais,
442:I haven't really done a lot of comedy. It's something that terrifies me. ~ Tatiana Maslany,
443:I like to play different types roles, but I'd like to do a comedy next. ~ Jonny Lee Miller,
444:I think the possibility of continuing on a comedy is greater than a drama. ~ John Landgraf,
445:It was just at the end of the golden era of BBC comedy, which was fantastic. ~ John Leeson,
446:I've come to realize that life is not a musical comedy, it's a Greek tragedy. ~ Billy Joel,
447:The best comedy, I feel, comes in a drama because it balances each other out. ~ Ray Romano,
448:There's so much comedy on television. Does that cause comedy in the streets? ~ Dick Cavett,
449:But as ever in life, wherever there is tragedy, you can often find comedy. ~ David Walliams,
450:Comedy always pushes some buttons, because it wouldn't be comedy if it didn't. ~ Beth Behrs,
451:Comedy Central does a really good job of finding totally different comedies. ~ Jillian Bell,
452:George Carlin is an influence on a generation. He made me want to do comedy. ~ Tracy Morgan,
453:I like to do things that are shocking or challenging for the sake of comedy. ~ Skylar Astin,
454:In addition to comedy, I'm a writer. I write checks. They're not very good. ~ Wendy Liebman,
455:In our world, all puns are beautiful and they are the highest form of comedy. ~ Greg Proops,
456:The great thing is that the funny side of getting old is fuel for my comedy. ~ Steve Coogan,
457:The truth is, I've denied it for years, but I love deconstructing comedy. ~ Sarah Silverman,
458:The world is a tragedy to those who feel, but a comedy to those who think. ~ Horace Walpole,
459:When I do comedy, I lose all inhibition and introspection. I no longer care. ~ Jessica Alba,
460:When I go to the movies, I like romance, comedy, and thrillers. I hate gore. ~ Peter Weller,
461:Comedy aims at representing men as worse, Tragedy as better than in actual life. ~ Aristotle,
462:I know nothing about love and romance, so I prefer to stick to just comedy. ~ Sandra Bullock,
463:I love being around people who love to do what I love to do, which is comedy. ~ Tracy Morgan,
464:I love doing horror with comedy twists and I think it's a really fun genre. ~ Katrina Bowden,
465:I love doing sitcoms. I love doing comedy. I love the whole shooting match. ~ Rachael Harris,
466:I watch drama. I don't watch a lot of comedy. Watching comedy is like work. ~ Marta Kauffman,
467:I would say, when it comes to comedy, I think Matthew Broderick was great. ~ Roland Emmerich,
468:Maybe pretty women were always funny but only now decided to go into comedy. ~ Patricia Marx,
469:Nobody should try to play comedy unless they have a circus going on inside. ~ Ernst Lubitsch,
470:The ladies of comedy now are comfortable dressing up. It's not forbidden anymore. ~ Tina Fey,
471:This hiatus coming up I'm looking at a comedy because I need the balance. ~ Khandi Alexander,
472:Well, comedy is a great weapon of attack. It's not a great weapon of support. ~ Eddie Izzard,
473:Comedy is crowded. There are hundreds of comedians in every place in the world. ~ Trevor Noah,
474:He is a [sane] man who can have tragedy in his heart and comedy in his head. ~ G K Chesterton,
475:I feel like all comedy does require a lack of vanity, but multi-cam, especially. ~ Anna Faris,
476:I feel like I work on scripts for comedy as well as dramatic stuff the same. ~ Rachael Harris,
477:If you work at comedy too laboriously, you can kill what's funny in the joke. ~ Richard Russo,
478:In general, comedy just isn’t an environment that lends itself toward happiness. ~ Lisa Rogak,
479:I think my strongest suit is comedy. I certainly have limits in other areas. ~ Emma Caulfield,
480:I think stand-up comedy is this - it's this kind of indulgence and narcissism. ~ Jim Gaffigan,
481:It's very difficult to make comedy work; I think it's a very underrated genre. ~ Andrew Scott,
482:I wear so many disguises on the show that only a real comedy fan might spot me. ~ Paul Putner,
483:Life is not a tragedy, it is a comedy. To be alive means to have a sense of humor. ~ Rajneesh,
484:My favorite comedy is comedy where nothing is achieved and there is no point. ~ Conan O Brien,
485:The world is a tragedy for those who feel and a comedy for those who think. ~ Taylor Caldwell,
486:You look across the board at comedy quiz shows, and they are mainly hosted by men. ~ Jo Brand,
487:Comedy and I were never strangers, it's just that I was doing a lot of drama. ~ Andre Braugher,
488:Comedy Central made their own awards show. They were named best comedy channel. ~ Andy Kindler,
489:Comedy teams are a real hard thing to do. That's why you don't see any of them. ~ Cheech Marin,
490:Drama comes more naturally to me. It's the comedy you really have to delve into. ~ Kathy Bates,
491:Good comedy helps people know they're not alone. Great comedy provides an answer. ~ Bill Hicks,
492:If I had to perform in a comedy club I would bomb; I would be trying too hard. ~ Henry Rollins,
493:I love comedy, because I like making fun of things even though they are dramatic. ~ Anne Heche,
494:I really think if you take away a character's obstacles then there's no comedy. ~ Kunal Nayyar,
495:I think horror comedies tend to skew more comedy than horror, for the most part. ~ Elijah Wood,
496:It's so laughable that it's somewhere beyond comedy and right into tragedy again. ~ Libba Bray,
497:I used to do a lot of comedy. I don't know what happened. I think it's my face. ~ Eddie Marsan,
498:I've always been interested in socially political, or overtly political, comedy. ~ John Oliver,
499:I would recommend that anyone who wants to do comedy on TV to do radio first. ~ David Walliams,
500:Stand-up comedy is a science. Every comedian is a psychology major, naturally. ~ Eddie Griffin,
501:The comedy in 'Star Trek' is always very subtle, if it's there at all. ~ Robert Duncan McNeill,
502:The things I talk about in my comedy are my experiences. I just do what I know. ~ Bill Bellamy,
503:Unfortunately this is where comedy works, where people are the most miserable. ~ Doug Stanhope,
504:Drama is like meat and three veg. Whereas comedy is like the merangue at the end. ~ Woody Allen,
505:Eddie Murphy was the Michael Jordan of comedy. He had a full range of abilities. ~ Aries Spears,
506:Hugh Grant is the main man. He's the number one romantic comedy man in the world. ~ Sam Elliott,
507:I did sketch comedy, but I never did improv. So I've just tried to learn as I go. ~ John Oliver,
508:I like comedy a lot. I love comedy. It's so much fun, but it's hard, too. ~ Kirby Bliss Blanton,
509:I never even considered comedy genre as something to embrace or move away from. ~ Edward Norton,
510:I want to be able to play trailer-bound fatties in a Judd Apatow comedy. ~ Benedict Cumberbatch,
511:I want to thank the Hollywood Foreign Press for even having a comedy category. ~ Michael Keaton,
512:My comedy is different every time I do it. I don't know what the hell I'm doing. ~ Adam Sandler,
513:'Rubberneck' has nothing to do with comedy, nor does it follow comedic people. ~ Anatoly Karpov,
514:With any half-hour comedy, it kind of takes on its own life and finds itself. ~ Seth MacFarlane,
515:With comedy, a lot of people develop their sense of humor as a defense mechanism. ~ Judd Apatow,
516:Comedy is about flaws anyway... There's a lot of humor in the dark areas of life. ~ Brett Gelman,
517:Comedy is incredibly hard. You have to be loose. You have to be not afraid to fail. ~ Bill Hader,
518:Everyone's got their own velocity, and there's no real time frame with comedy. ~ Sarah Silverman,
519:If one is to be doomed, one must be beautiful, or the drama is only a comedy. ~ Joanne Greenberg,
520:I loved musicals, love them still. But also, I'm really inspired by comedy music. ~ Rachel Bloom,
521:I'm in the mood for another Moonstruck experience, for another romantic comedy. ~ Norman Jewison,
522:I, sort of, got into comedy accidentally, and it got bigger than I wanted it to. ~ Albert Brooks,
523:People who do comedy are always underrated because they make it look so easy. ~ Jennifer Aniston,
524:The key to comedy is commitment - if you're afraid, you shouldn't be a comedian. ~ Nick Swardson,
525:What was Richard? He was a revenger, in what was probably intended to be a comedy. ~ Martin Amis,
526:Acting by yourself is pretty darn hard, especially having to do physical comedy. ~ Gillian Jacobs,
527:I cant imagine getting bored with comedy or thinking comedy is beneath us suddenly. ~ Robert Webb,
528:Life is a mixing of all kind of things: comedy and tragedy going together. ~ Alejandro Jodorowsky,
529:What is comedy? Comedy is the art of making people laugh without making them puke. ~ Steve Martin,
530:Writing comedy is the greatest spiritual gift you can give to anybody anytime. ~ Adriana Trigiani,
531:You can not have comedy unless people are behaving badly. You can't have it. ~ Keegan Michael Key,
532:You can't get all of your news from Jon Stewart, especially since it's a comedy show. ~ Joe Klein,
533:I don't understand why people think it's harder to do drama than it is to do comedy. ~ Leslie Mann,
534:I had to learn a skill set. I think I had the materials to be a good comedy writer. ~ Mindy Kaling,
535:I have such a girl-crush on Reese Witherspoon. I would love to do a comedy with her. ~ Jenna Dewan,
536:I love comedy because I can laugh at myself. I dont take myself too seriously. ~ David Alan Basche,
537:I think comedy has to come from a real place. It has to come from an honest place. ~ Tim Heidecker,
538:I think when you dissect a joke too much, you have ruined whatever there is in comedy. ~ Bob Saget,
539:I've always been partial to comedy. I love the idea of working on a comedic scene. ~ Matthew Lewis,
540:I've done a lot of drama in my career, but I'm actually more comfortable doing comedy. ~ Coby Bell,
541:I've done so many dramas in my life, and people don't even know I came from comedy. ~ Kim Basinger,
542:I want my name to be a brand in comedy. I hope my name stands for comedic excellence. ~ Chris Rock,
543:One can play comedy, two are required for melodrama, but a tragedy demands three. ~ Elbert Hubbard,
544:The comedy I like the best is comedy I can't do, stuff that doesn't touch my arena. ~ Jenny Eclair,
545:Truly, the world was a comedy of errors, and she was the butt of the joke. ~ Carole Nelson Douglas,
546:Walpole, that life is a comedy to those who think, a tragedy to those who feel. ~ William Finnegan,
547:When I did comedy I made fun of myself. If there was a buffoon, I played the buffoon. ~ Sid Caesar,
548:With comedy, you have no place to go but more comedy, so you're never off the hook. ~ Steve Martin,
549:Your insecurity and neediness is what makes you a big neurotic ball of comedy genius. ~ Marc Maron,
550:AESTHETICS OF COMEDY ASLEEP

Don’t wake the clown
Or he may knock you down. ~ Kenneth Koch,
551:Comedy is an escape, not from truth but from despair; a narrow escape into faith. ~ Christopher Fry,
552:Comedy is not funny. Comedy is hard work and timing and lots and lots of rehearsals. ~ Larry Hagman,
553:Comedy is so hard; it's so much harder than drama. The pacing of it, the energy of it. ~ Josh Lucas,
554:Comedy is unique in the sense that laughter is a palpable noise that everyone makes. ~ Steve Coogan,
555:He is a [sane] man who can have tragedy in his heart and comedy in his head. ~ Gilbert K Chesterton,
556:I don't like this young crudeness now which is supposed to be comedy on Friday nights. ~ Alan Sugar,
557:I'd really been wanting to do a television series. I was looking for a comedy. ~ Jeanne Tripplehorn,
558:I mean comedy is something that's very personal and people have strong opinions about. ~ Matt Lucas,
559:I think one of the big things about comedy is the ability for the audience to identify. ~ Alan King,
560:Working at the magic shop really gave me a sense of comedy because it was all jokes. ~ Steve Martin,
561:You can't study comedy; it's within you. It's a personality. My humor is an attitude. ~ Don Rickles,
562:Comedy is a meritocracy. If you are funny, you are there. If you are not, you are out. ~ Kevin Feige,
563:I approach a comedy the same way I do a drama. I try to make it as real as possible. ~ Mark Wahlberg,
564:I know I can never work in a comedy because I can't keep a goddamn straight face. ~ Evangeline Lilly,
565:I left Indiana, and I ain't been back since. I've been doing comedy and paying my bills. ~ Mike Epps,
566:I like more grounded comedy. I enjoy broad comedies also, but I like Shirley MacLaine. ~ Leslie Mann,
567:I started being a comedy fan when I was, I'm going to guess, like 5 or 6 years old. ~ Demetri Martin,
568:I think journalism can come from anywhere, and comedy can certainly come from anywhere. ~ Adam Pally,
569:I think the best advice I'd say to any actor when you do comedy is play it straight. ~ Ricky Gervais,
570:My whole life I try to make into a comedy, so it would be nice to see that onscreen. ~ Saoirse Ronan,
571:One of my biggest problems with comedy was that I did not understand some of the jokes. ~ Desi Arnaz,
572:Real comedy doesn't just make people laugh and think, but makes them laugh and change. ~ Sam Kinison,
573:Stand-up comedy is like the lowest medium in all of show business in levels of respect. ~ Chris Rock,
574:The alchemy of time transforms everything into comedy. Everything. Even crucifixion. ~ Josef kvoreck,
575:What a peculiar alchemist is time—transforming painful experiences into comedy. ~ Richard Paul Evans,
576:As a rule, Germans shouldn't do comedy. Their last box office comedy was Nosferatu. ~ Stephen Colbert,
577:As I get older, I don't think the world is becoming that funny. Comedy is changing a bit. ~ Bobby Lee,
578:Comedy clubs are arguably one of the last bastions of uncensored, public free speech. ~ Ted Alexandro,
579:Doing stand-up comedy is in the middle of a traffic jam getting everybody moving again. ~ Jon Stewart,
580:I don't think there's anything more scary than being forced into doing stand-up comedy. ~ Ari Graynor,
581:I get to do physical comedy! When do women get to do physical comedy? Very rarely. ~ Michaela Watkins,
582:In fact, I don't watch a lot of contemporary comedy for fear of being influenced by it. ~ Paul Merton,
583:In his life, [Dalton] Trumbo uses wit and comedy to fight these very high-stakes battles. ~ Jay Roach,
584:I want to do more comedy... I've done a couple TV shows that had some comedy going on. ~ Sunny Mabrey,
585:I was a failed actor but I still wanted to show off, so I ended up doing live comedy. ~ Graham Norton,
586:I was crazy about silent comedy - in the old days, and crazy about Japanese movies. ~ Keith Johnstone,
587:The best comedy on earth shows up when an immoral person talks about the morals! ~ Mehmet Murat ildan,
588:To love the right person is a comedy. To love the wrong person is a tragedy. ~ Timberlake Wertenbaker,
589:As for doing more dramatic work over comedy, I do whatever turns me on at the moment. ~ Sandra Bullock,
590:Comedy breaks down walls. It frees us for just a moment from the ugliness of this world. ~ Goldie Hawn,
591:Comedy is a noble art. And every comedian who does anything is serving a noble purpose. ~ Margaret Cho,
592:Comedy is unusual people in real situations; farce is real people in unusual situations. ~ Chuck Jones,
593:Freedom from likes and dislikes, the sudden sense of identification, the spirit of comedy. ~ John Cage,
594:I didn't really get into comedy until a couple months before I started doing comedy. ~ Hannibal Buress,
595:Id like to do a romantic comedy like Notting Hill, which is one of my favorite movies. ~ Rutina Wesley,
596:I love 'Monty Python,' 'Black Adder,' 'Fawlty Towers'. I'm a huge fan of British comedy. ~ Isla Fisher,
597:In a way, comedy is like sex. The more noise you hear, the better you think you're doing. ~ Ray Romano,
598:I think comedy comes more from a low sense of self-esteem, and I certainly have that. ~ Craig Ferguson,
599:I think I have a natural, if I can say that, got a kind of natural ability in comedy. ~ Robert Carlyle,
600:It is hard enough to be good at all, but to be good in comedy speaks for your character. ~ Roger Ebert,
601:I would watch either Michael Cera doing comedy or Louis CK doing stand-up. This would ~ James Altucher,
602:Life is a comedy for those who think and a tragedy for those who feel. HORACE WALPOLE ~ Daniel Goleman,
603:Most of my comedy writing happens through improvisation on stage; doing it in the moment. ~ Marc Maron,
604:Next up [new TV stars] was [Dean] Martin and [Jerry] Lewis on 'The Colgate Comedy Hour.' ~ Norman Lear,
605:The best thing about serial drama - especially about screwball comedy - is blocked love. ~ Alison Pill,
606:Abandon all hope, ye who enter here.
   ~ Dante Alighieri, The Divine Comedy, Inferno, Canto 3, Verse 9,
607:As a live stand-up comedy performer, I have the benefit of choosing real entrance music. ~ John Hodgman,
608:Comedy is a cruel mistress, especially if you're already seeing a really cruel mistress. ~ Dov Davidoff,
609:Comedy is a very personal thing, and some people will find it funny, some people wont. ~ Stephen Mangan,
610:If you elect a matinee idol mayor, you're going to have a musical comedy administration. ~ Robert Moses,
611:I like to find comedy or something interesting to look at with whatever I'm working on. ~ Taika Waititi,
612:In terms of magnifying it and making it plausible, I'm a great believer in truth in comedy. ~ Dan Mazer,
613:It's both funny and sad which seem to me to be the two basic ingredients of good comedy. ~ Tony Hancock,
614:I've always had my voice as a comic. I was never that into politics, or prop comedy. ~ Andrew Dice Clay,
615:I was so keen to become a comedian that actually doing the comedy itself almost came second. ~ Jack Dee,
616:Most of what's tricky about comedy is the perception of it and the audience's expectation. ~ Adam McKay,
617:Only in comedy, by the way, does an obedient white girl from the suburbs count as diversity. ~ Tina Fey,
618:To give up my job as a temp and actually make a living doing comedy, it was staggering. ~ Kathy Griffin,
619:A life like this develops the comedy sense. You can't play tragedy while you're living it. ~ Edna Ferber,
620:Comedy is not supposed to be funny. Its supposed to tell the truth and then that's funny. ~ Paula Patton,
621:Comedy makes you humble. Because there are so many opportunities to miss, and strike out. ~ Steve Martin,
622:If you want to be an actor, you need to learn how to act first, even in sketch comedy. ~ Nicole Sullivan,
623:I really love comedy. I love making people laugh. But other things also appeal to me. ~ Jennifer Aniston,
624:... life is a comedy far darker than drama. It just takes time to learn what to smile at. ~ Robin Morgan,
625:London seems to be a town with a lot of comedy fans and people that really enjoy stand-up. ~ Aziz Ansari,
626:My purist comedy friends accuse me of being a Jack of all trades and master of none. ~ Marcus Brigstocke,
627:Selling pot allowed me to get through college and make enough money to start off in comedy. ~ Bill Maher,
628:There’s more comedy in failure than in success, and it’s a much more universal language. ~ Lauren Graham,
629:We actually did quite a lot of comedy on 'Xena'. The whole show was very tongue-in-cheek. ~ Lucy Lawless,
630:Comedy is a distortion of what is happening, and there will always be something happening. ~ Steve Martin,
631:I love physical comedy. I love Oscar Wilde, I love Shakespeare comedies, I love improv. ~ Elizabeth Banks,
632:I spend most of my time catching up on classic comedy - things you absolutely have to see. ~ Michael Cera,
633:It's a great counter to doing the soap because it's a comedy. It's real physical comedy. ~ Corbin Bernsen,
634:Of course, the surest way to free yourself from an existential crisis is through comedy. ~ Jennifer Beals,
635:People think drama drives story, but I think the comedy is really the heart and soul. ~ Richard Linklater,
636:The more a thing is perfect, the more it feels pleasure and pain.
   ~ Dante Alighieri, The Divine Comedy,
637:There is a thin line that separates laughter and pain, comedy and tragedy, humor and hurt. ~ Erma Bombeck,
638:What you end up with is outrageousness without the laugh - comedy as electro shock therapy. ~ Lenny Bruce,
639:You can't fake comedy - it's not like a movie, where a director can just cast a pretty face. ~ Chris Rock,
640:Comedy can simultaneously allow you to dive headfirst into the world's pain and escape it. ~ Abbi Jacobson,
641:Comedy has to be based on truth. You take the truth and you put a little curlicue at the end. ~ Sid Caesar,
642:Comedy is a serious business. A serious business with only one purpose--to make people laugh. ~ W C Fields,
643:Comedy is not something that had necessarily jumped out as something I'd immediately go for. ~ Ed Speleers,
644:Doing comedy is as easy as doing anything else. You're dependent totally on the material. ~ Morgan Freeman,
645:I don't want to sit and cry for an hour in a movie. I'd rather have an action or a comedy. ~ Noah Hathaway,
646:I love John Irving's stuff. It's that marriage of comedy and tragedy. It's really terrific. ~ Jeff Bridges,
647:I'm not a professional comedian. Nobody comes to my comedy shows. That's just a little hobby. ~ David Rees,
648:It's safe to say I'm a comedy nerd. I listen to so many podcasts. I just love to laugh. ~ Allison Williams,
649:I was really more interested in dramatic work, but I thought, 'Well, I guess I could do comedy. ~ Don Most,
650:My life will not be significantly impoverished if I never see another Shakespearian comedy. ~ Colin Dexter,
651:Somehow, it was so happy a time. Those early days of comedy are when you get addicted to it. ~ Colin Quinn,
652:The Internet is a great place to find unconventional comedy that you can't find anywhere else. ~ Andy Dick,
653:There is a lot of comedy in magic, and magic going wrong, and also it is a dramatic subject. ~ J K Rowling,
654:When you are doing stand-up comedy, you are the writer, producer, director, sometimes bouncer. ~ Dane Cook,
655:Why is it that drama always starts late? Whereas comedy always seems to have started already. ~ C sar Aira,
656:A lot of times what's satisfying to me in comedy is when a woman successfully does self-care. ~ Jenny Slate,
657:An actor who is good at comedy can also be very good at drama, but not necessarily vice versa. ~ Desi Arnaz,
658:And you can't hide in a comedy scene either. You have to give in to the scene and commit. ~ Jennifer Garner,
659:But with comedy it's a simple premise. If it's funny, people laugh. If it's not, they don't. ~ Steve Coogan,
660:I am always a great fan of keeping things on an eye level for comedy because it plays better. ~ James Bobin,
661:If I can make a teacher's salary doing comedy, I think that's better than being a teacher. ~ Dave Chappelle,
662:If you get too well-known in comedy, I do believe it blocks people from taking you in drama. ~ Eddie Izzard,
663:I'm not a comedy writer, I'm a comedian, so I only write stuff that I would want to say. ~ Anthony Jeselnik,
664:In comedy, though, it's good to get feedback from the audience about what they find funny. ~ Bobby Farrelly,
665:I've played comedy before but not that much. I mostly do get drawn to darker material. ~ Natasha Richardson,
666:Maybe in 10 years,I'll only be doing "classical" comedy. Or crashing my car into trees. ~ Michael Showalter,
667:One of my favorite films is 'Dumb and Dumber.' I'd love to do some really silly comedy someday. ~ Paul Dano,
668:The ability to understand and deliver comedy and tragedy is extremely rare in one composer. ~ Signe Baumane,
669:Unless you're Jack Lemmon or Cary Grant, there are few guys who can do comedy and drama. ~ Steve Guttenberg,
670:When I left school I was full of angst, like any teenager, and I channeled it all into comedy. ~ Matt Lucas,
671:You know what I would really like to do? I'd like to do a half hour drama with comedy in it. ~ Sharon Gless,
672:you should learn that life is a tragedy for those who feel and a comedy for those who think. ~ Brad Meltzer,
673:Comedy is underrepresented in every actor's life, because it's so bloody difficult to write. ~ Michael Caine,
674:Drama and comedy, to me ,are all about being surprising, coherent, and true, all at once. ~ Tim Blake Nelson,
675:Everything that begins as comedy ends as a comic monologue, but we aren't laughing anymore. ~ Roberto Bola o,
676:I always loved comedy, but it never seemed like something that I could do professionally. ~ Anthony Jeselnik,
677:I find it very difficult to be funny, it's much easier to do tragedy than it is to do comedy. ~ Eric Drooker,
678:I like comedy, not violence, but violence is making a lot of money. But comedy is what I like. ~ Andy Warhol,
679:I love broad comedy. It has its place. If I were to do that, I'd love to do physical comedy. ~ Rashida Jones,
680:I really think that you can extract a lot of comedy out of really dramatic, intense situations. ~ Jason Gann,
681:Life is a comedy when watching and a tragedy when experiencing. I try and share anything I have. ~ Eric Idle,
682:Like I said, all comedy is based on exaggeration, big or small, whatever you can get away with. ~ Drew Carey,
683:People get into stand-up comedy by and large because they're smart and they have a perspective. ~ Dana Gould,
684:Stand-up comedy is mine: it's my entity; it's my brand; I own it. I do it when I want to do it. ~ Kevin Hart,
685:The radio was my big influence. Comedy came from the instinctual feel I had for language. ~ Dominic Chianese,
686:There is a point in portraying surface vulgarity where tragedy and comedy are very close. ~ Barbara Stanwyck,
687:T.J. Miller and Kumail Nanjiani I met when I was in Chicago, learning how to do comedy. ~ Thomas Middleditch,
688:Whenever you're making a dark comedy, you're always looking for the yin and yang in an actor. ~ Jamie Babbit,
689:When I slid into comedy, naturally the first thing I said was, "hello, I am a washed up rapper." ~ Doc Brown,
690:You can (be a middle-aged comic) if you work very hard at it, because comedy is really hard. ~ Andrew Denton,
691:A comedy is about characters who dare to know that they may choose a happy ending after all. ~ Gary D Schmidt,
692:Black Mage: I was joking.
Red Mage: OH. See, I was confused by the total lack of comedy. ~ Brian Clevinger,
693:Comedy is a very big part of the English culture, the sense of humor; it's a very dominant trait. ~ Kate Bush,
694:Evolution .. Just the right formula of science and comedy may get moviegoers through the door. ~ Ivan Reitman,
695:I enjoy doing all different types of movies even though I am the most comfortable with comedy. ~ Adam Sandler,
696:I go to a lot of stand-up comedy. I find more inspiration from observational stuff than from rap. ~ Riz Ahmed,
697:I have dabbled with action, romance, dance, emotion and comedy. I think I've done well in all. ~ Akshay Kumar,
698:I met someone who said they'd figured out my genre: "madcap redemption comedy." I'll buy that. ~ Harold Ramis,
699:I pride myself on being the guy who can do Def Comedy Jam and Charlie Rose. And do well on both. ~ Chris Rock,
700:I think comedy should be left up to the professionals, that way everyone's safety is protected. ~ Greg Proops,
701:I think it's that much harder to make a good comedy than it is straight and apparently serious. ~ Guy Ritchie,
702:I think that for the most part, when I started doing comedy, it had become very commercialized. ~ Larry David,
703:I would be an idiot to say comedy is easy, but it does come naturally. It never feels forced. ~ Rashida Jones,
704:People don't come to a comedy club simply to hear someone's thoughts, no matter how profound. ~ Ted Alexandro,
705:The comedy of each age holds up a mirror to the people of that age, a mirror that is unique. ~ Edith Hamilton,
706:the power to make people laugh is also a power, so women have been kept out of comedy. Polls ~ Gloria Steinem,
707:They [ The Simpsons] are just like the Bible to me as far as what the high-water mark of comedy. ~ Eric Andre,
708:Whole phases of comedy have become empty; the comic rejoinder has become every man's tool. ~ Constance Rourke,
709:After making several tragic movies in a row, I was looking to do a comedy, and one without cynicism. ~ Ang Lee,
710:All my work shares a kind of balance between black comedy and sad and despairing melancholy. ~ Martin McDonagh,
711:Comedy is this weird thing. You have no idea why certain things work and other things don't work. ~ Bill Hader,
712:Comedy was one of those genres that while appearing quite jolly was actually highly dangerous. ~ Jasper Fforde,
713:Dramas need to have a certain aesthetic that comedy just doesn't really seem to need to have. ~ Rob McElhenney,
714:I grew up fascinated with comedy and with people who could capture someone's attention. ~ Wendi McLendon Covey,
715:I knew comedy was the thing for me when I was the only Asian kid in high school... who failed math. ~ Dat Phan,
716:I nodded, unable to keep from smiling grimly. “It’s a goddamn Shakespearean comedy, being me. ~ Seanan McGuire,
717:Is not the decisive difference between comedy and tragedy that tragedy denies us another chance? ~ John Updike,
718:I was the kid who liked making other people laugh, so maybe the comedy came before the acting. ~ Sharon Horgan,
719:Mean comedy is not really something that I personally gravitate towards or something that I do. ~ Kristen Wiig,
720:Sexting was a comedy of errors with his pumas and my china doing all manner of naughty things.  ~ Jasmine Walt,
721:Some of my fear and anxieties surrounding faith, I think, provides some good comedy for my act. ~ Jim Gaffigan,
722:A great production of a black comedy is better than a mediocre production of a comedy of errors. ~ Tom Stoppard,
723:As the purpose of comedy is to correct the vices of men, I see no reason why anyone should be exempt. ~ Moliere,
724:If I got a paper cut, that’s a tragedy. If you fell down an open manhole and died, that's comedy. ~ Woody Allen,
725:I love 30 Rock. It's one of my favorite shows. It's certainly the gold standard of comedy writing. ~ Dan Harmon,
726:I love comedy, but I actually do prefer drama because I am already animated as a human being. ~ Shanola Hampton,
727:I love doing improv. I love comedy. I have always felt this way, even when I was really young. ~ Dakota Johnson,
728:In good comedy, the structure comes from truth and that weird eye that looks at the way life is. ~ Ciaran Hinds,
729:I think if actors don't think of themselves as funny in real life they think they can't do comedy. ~ Ben Barnes,
730:It's just fun to be on a movie set and looking to find the comedy in sweet, simple family moments. ~ Sean Astin,
731:I want to do different projects and be versatile. I don't want to get fixed into narrative comedy. ~ Jason Gann,
732:I would like to get back to making people laugh. Before drama school, I did nothing but comedy. ~ Andrew Buchan,
733:I wrote three years for Lucille Ball. She taught me everything I know about physical comedy... ~ Garry Marshall,
734:Life is a dream for the wise,a game for the fool,a comedy for the rich,a tragedy for the poor ~ Sholom Aleichem,
735:One of the things that we love most about our comedy [ American Reunion] is that it goes all-out. ~ Jon Hurwitz,
736:The person I have admired the most in comedy terms would be Eric Morecambe, who is my total hero. ~ Dawn French,
737:When you are the lead in a romantic comedy, you have to worry about people really liking you. ~ Morris Chestnut,
738:You cannot say, because I am from Naples so I like the mixture of drama and comedy all together. ~ Sophia Loren,
739:Comedy and terror and autobiography and comics and literature-they're all the same thing. To me. ~ Patton Oswalt,
740:Comedy is easy. First, people have to fall down. Next, include someone a little hefty. It's a hoot. ~ Sarah Kane,
741:Comedy is like music. You have to know the key and you have to find players with good chops. ~ Christopher Guest,
742:Comedy too can sometimes discern what is right. I shall not please, but I shall say what is true. ~ Aristophanes,
743:I always felt the audience sorta tolerated the serious musical parts while I was doing my comedy. ~ Steve Martin,
744:I enjoy doing comedy for the fact that you go to work and you laugh. That's a good combination. ~ Bryan Cranston,
745:If a movie is described as a romantic comedy, you can usually find me next door playing pinball. ~ George Carlin,
746:I'm a female in comedy, so of course I want there to be more women on 'SNL', and women of color. ~ Kathy Griffin,
747:I think training in comedy, as it were, a history writing comedy, is a powerful tool for anyone. ~ Steven Moffat,
748:It's the American view that everything has to keep climbing: productivity, profits, even comedy. ~ George Carlin,
749:It was like a comedy by Shakespeare. All the ends of the story were being bound up in a good way. ~ Iris Murdoch,
750:I used to act in college, but always comedy. Didn't do [William] Shakespeare - did Ben Jonson. ~ Margaret Atwood,
751:I've always been drawn to discomfort and that limbo of unease you get between comedy and tragedy. ~ Steve Coogan,
752:Most parts in comedy, they're not really written for men. They're written for, like, these boy-men. ~ Chris Rock,
753:There's comedy even in tragedy. There's comedy in life. And in 'Castle', we go for that comedy. ~ Nathan Fillion,
754:There's sketch, improv, writing, acting, music, and badminton. Those are the seven forms of comedy. ~ T J Miller,
755:I do find myself surprised by the comedy shows that seem to have the same joke week in week out. ~ Clive Anderson,
756:I made 'Going Greek', which was a very sort of crappy fraternity comedy that I did back in 2000. ~ Justin Zackham,
757:I'm trying to make sure that there's comedy as well as sadness. It makes the sadness more memorable. ~ Rick Moody,
758:It's not unexpected for me to be in a comedy film anymore; I'm no longer the underdog in that world. ~ Jonah Hill,
759:I used to think it was clever to confuse comedy with tragedy. Now i wish i could distinguish them. ~ John le Carr,
760:Pygmalion: “A comedy about a man who turns a girl into a lady, but in doing so overlooks the woman. ~ Clive James,
761:That's what's nice about being on Comedy Central. You can't show your boobs even if you wanted to. ~ Ilana Glazer,
762:All of my life doing interviews, comedy has been my favorite thing, comedians are my favorite people. ~ Larry King,
763:As a comedian I appreciate every kind of comedy. You decide for yourself what you're going to do. ~ Jeff Foxworthy,
764:Everybody that you can think of that does comedy, I have met or worked with almost all of them. ~ Cameron Esposito,
765:I always loved acting and improv and sketch comedy and theater, which I did at a local youth theater. ~ Emma Stone,
766:I consider myself a serious musician. Doing a comedy show does not take away from that in any way. ~ Kevin Eubanks,
767:I had to choose, I'd be so sad. They are flip sides of the same coin. I love both comedy and drama. ~ Dianne Wiest,
768:I think romantic comedy, when done right, is my favorite genre. It's just a genre that's very human. ~ Lena Dunham,
769:I used to think it was clever to confuse comedy with tragedy. Now I wish I could distinguish them. ~ John le Carre,
770:I usually work from the inside out but sometimes in comedy it's fun to work from the outside in. ~ Michael Chiklis,
771:I wouldn't mind having another shot at doing comedy, but I'm not sure that's the way I'd want to go. ~ David Morse,
772:Comedy is like music, and the way to make the best music is to have skilled musicians in your band. ~ Rashida Jones,
773:Comedy is the most palliative way to make a point. People are more willing to listen if they can laugh. ~ Judy Gold,
774:Directors have been trying to get me to do comedy for a long time, ever since One Eight Seven. ~ Clifton Collins Jr,
775:Good drama, challenging drama - and comedy for that matter - has a place in the daytime schedule. ~ Sanjeev Bhaskar,
776:I know the fashion is that everything is fair game [for comedy material] but I don't believe that. ~ Craig Ferguson,
777:I think comedy as an art involves the audience as a participant as much as is involves the artist. ~ Craig Ferguson,
778:It's a dangerous game that comedy plays. Sometimes it tells you the truth; sometimes it delays it. ~ Elvis Costello,
779:It's good Xerox is known for its copying machines, and it's good Jim Carrey is known for comedy. ~ Steve Guttenberg,
780:I would like to do comedy. I can be a bit of a Jim Carrey. I was always the class clown. ~ Jacqueline MacInnes Wood,
781:I wouldn't feel satisfied being on set every day doing a romantic comedy - I'd be bored to death. ~ Joaquin Phoenix,
782:Life is a dream for the wise, a game for the fool, a comedy for the rich, a tragedy for the poor. ~ Sholom Aleichem,
783:One night I attended a Laughing Liberally comedy show. There was one funny comedian there - Lee Camp. ~ Matt Labash,
784:That’s all right. Better a comedy than a tragedy. At least that way, we get a happy ending, right? ~ Monique Martin,
785:Action comedy, if you can get it right, it is, for me, a particularly brilliant genre. It really is. ~ Jason Statham,
786:I can't imagine a successful comedy movie without a successful comedy performance at the heart of it. ~ Harold Ramis,
787:I don't like comedy. I like funny things. I don't like comedy. Like, comedy movies are just, 'Oh Jesus.' ~ Louis C K,
788:If Dante was writing The Divine Comedy in 2013, he might very well have set part of it in the suburbs. ~ Joshua Mohr,
789:I have other tastes besides comedy. I love comedy. I adore it, but I love dramatic movies just as much. ~ Jonah Hill,
790:I'll go back to comedy clubs when they get a real no-camera policy, the same way they did with smoking. ~ Chris Rock,
791:In comedy you work with people so often that they just become familiar faces - it's like a fraternity. ~ Michael Che,
792:I think parenthood is just ripe for comedy. This just happens to be told from the perspective of women. ~ Mila Kunis,
793:I think what's dangerous [about comedy] is that you're coming into the room announcing your intentions. ~ Adam McKay,
794:It is doubtless a vice to turn one's eyes inward too much, but I am my own comedy and tragedy. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson,
795:I used to love comic books, and I love American comedy, and neither are afraid to tackle big themes. ~ Jamie Hewlett,
796:I've always idolized Amy Poehler, because I think she's the best of the best as far as female comedy. ~ Kristen Bell,
797:Women and minorities have excelled beautifully in comedy, but very few women are the lead in a drama. ~ Sharon Gless,
798:Comedy is there to basically show us we fart, we laugh, to make us realize we still are part animal. ~ Robin Williams,
799:I am so happy that I married a comedy writer. He's never not without a joke. No matter where we are. ~ Christa Miller,
800:I better start doing stand up comedy in Spanish before every comedian in Mexico translates my jokes. ~ Felipe Esparza,
801:I don't think comedy is something you learn. I think it's something that's either there or it's not. ~ Jessica Walter,
802:I have some very personal feelings about politics, but I don't get into it because I do comedy already. ~ Jerry Lewis,
803:I'm a big movie fan, and I want to make movies in every genre. I want to make my romantic comedy one day. ~ James Wan,
804:Making people laugh is magic. I feel like if you have humility, then you can do anything in comedy. ~ Amanda Seyfried,
805:My new movie, Fools Rush In, is a romantic comedy and the girl I play in that is very warm, very sweet. ~ Salma Hayek,
806:My style of comedy is very real and bittersweet, and sort of always on the verge of kind of being tragic. ~ Paul Feig,
807:Stuff that I write isn't as similar to the stuff that I'm in, but I don't really care, I just do comedy. ~ T J Miller,
808:Thank you for listening to Comedy Bang Bang! My name is Scott Aukerman and I will see you next week. ~ Scott Aukerman,
809:The fine line that you do when you do political comedy is, as long as you have that laugh, you're fine. ~ Lewis Black,
810:When certain people hear "'SNL' comedy," rightfully so, you expect it to be a certain kind of goofiness. ~ Will Forte,
811:Anyone in the comedy world knows that Horatio Sanz and Chris Parnell are two of the funniest guys around. ~ Adam McKay,
812:Dark comedy is very difficult. You have to bring the audience in and push them away at the same time. ~ Pierce Brosnan,
813:If you make comedy, if you try and make comedy where no one gets upset or offended, you're going to fail. ~ Tucker Max,
814:I look for every opportunity to mix comedy and horror and tragedy. I love catching audiences off-guard. ~ John Lithgow,
815:In my sick brain, gruesome violence and comedy go as hand-to-hand together as anything else in the world. ~ Seth Rogen,
816:I really love comedy and weirdly enough, I love how my journey has ended up. I get to laugh all day long. ~ Anna Faris,
817:I think stand is better now than it's ever been. I think it's the greatest time ever to do standup comedy. ~ Joe Rogan,
818:Most people in the world of comedy at least are multi-hyphenates, so people who direct are also writers. ~ Judd Apatow,
819:Old radio comedy makes me laugh, as well as 'I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue' and comedians like Paul Merton. ~ Lynne Truss,
820:The whole object of comedy is to be yourself and the closer you get to that, the funnier you will be. ~ Jerry Seinfeld,
821:When you're doing sketch comedy and you're pregnant, it's like wearing a giant sombrero in every sketch. ~ Amy Poehler,
822:And the only studies were - Rodney Dangerfield was my mentor and he was my Yale drama school for comedy. ~ Robert Klein,
823:As an entertainer, a comedy guy, whatever, you're never gonna be truly 100-percent happy with anything. ~ Corey Feldman,
824:As a news person, you can't spend all your time responding to a Comedy Central star. It's not what we do. ~ Megyn Kelly,
825:Comedy is surprises, so if you're intending to make somebody laugh and they don't laugh, that's funny. ~ Norm MacDonald,
826:I always think of comedy as being spontaneous, and yet everything about filmmaking is not spontaneous. ~ Eddie Redmayne,
827:I don't consider myself, you know, in real life one of those funny guys. My comedy comes through my work. ~ Eugene Levy,
828:I love comedy. I like to think that there's a sense of humor in some of my music - obviously not all of it. ~ Kate Bush,
829:I've always been a huge fan of martial arts and comedy, so Rush Hour was the perfect combination for me. ~ Justin Hires,
830:People have many theories about comedy, but being just plain funny is the one most important thing. ~ Gilbert Gottfried,
831:The comedy of class, played so straight, is a wonderful thing for an actor to sink their teeth into. ~ Shirley MacLaine,
832:The household is a school of power. There, within the door, learn the tragi-comedy of human life. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson,
833:The times change, and to the extent that comedy captures the spirit of the times, it will enjoy success. ~ Harold Ramis,
834:Think about yourself at least once in your life otherwise you may miss the best comedy in this world. ~ Charlie Chaplin,
835:When has stand-up comedy been kind to anyone? It goes after anyone who's the target. Comedy attacks, man. ~ Sam Kinison,
836:Deeply funny musings and adventures elevate Paul Rudnick to the highest level of American comedy writing. ~ Steve Martin,
837:Finally the world would see my full range of comedy characters - from grouchy librarian to Russian librarian. ~ Tina Fey,
838:If you’ve got the comedy eye, you can look at any situation and see the humor in it while others don’t. ~ Garry Marshall,
839:I like doing all different types of comedy - stand-up, sketch, movies, TV. I like to try everything. ~ Michael Showalter,
840:I'm also doing a special for Comedy Central called Autobiography. It's going to be a spoof of Biography. ~ Kathy Griffin,
841:I thought comedy would be the hardest thing I could do, and if I could do that, I could do anything. ~ Rodney Carrington,
842:It's starting to feel good, although I don't like feeling too good - that's not where my comedy comes from. ~ Ray Romano,
843:I've mainly been in dramas, so this is one of my first comedy kind of performances in Cecil B. Demented. ~ Stephen Dorff,
844:I would love to do comedy. I'm actually really animated and goofy. I talk with my hands so intensely. ~ Tracy Spiridakos,
845:Man's inhumanity toward man is astounding, and I'm just talking about the lineup at certain comedy clubs. ~ Dov Davidoff,
846:Stand-up and comedy is the place where we are supposed to be able to make fun of all of the world's ills. ~ Tracy Morgan,
847:The majority of romantic comedy movies have nothing to do with love, but everything to do with infatuation. ~ Matt Smith,
848:There's got to be structure and great comedy. When you start with that, everything else falls into place. ~ Aries Spears,
849:Comedy deflates the sense precisely so that the underlying lubricity and malice may bubble to the surface. ~ Paul Goodman,
850:Comedy is wonderful when you really nail it and you hear people laughing, but it's not always that easy. ~ Sandra Bullock,
851:Entertainment Weekly said that Parks and Rec is the smartest comedy on tv. Call me when it's the funniest. ~ Andy Kindler,
852:I don't like forcing comedy and people just trying to do things just to find a funny beat all the time. ~ Martin Lawrence,
853:I enjoy doing everything, comedy and drama. I just look for the characters really and what they offer. ~ Chiwetel Ejiofor,
854:I like to approach comedy from character, to have the stakes for the individuals in the story be very high. ~ Seth Gordon,
855:I've never heard of a comedy that hasn't had reshoots, especially for the ending of a movie in a comedy. ~ Bradley Cooper,
856:Life is a drama full of tragedy and comedy. You should learn to enjoy the comic episodes a little more. ~ Jeannette Walls,
857:People bring camera phones into comedy shows and clubs and concerts, and sound bites never come out right. ~ Tracy Morgan,
858:Really I'm a fan of any movie, whether it's suspense, action, or comedy, anything that has a good story. ~ Scott Eastwood,
859:The hardest thing in comedy is to have the biggest laugh at the end, and it’s the most satisfying thing. ~ Jerry Seinfeld,
860:And killing time is perhaps the essence of comedy, just as the essence of tragedy is killing eternity. ~ Miguel de Unamuno,
861:Anyone can write. But comedy, you've got to do some writing. You get one comedy script to every 20 dramas. ~ Michael Caine,
862:As for movies, what's great about comedy is that if your movie gets laughs and makes money, you have freedom. ~ Adam McKay,
863:Comedy is exaggerated realism. It can be stretched to the almost ludicrous, but it must always be believable. ~ Paul Lynde,
864:Comedy is very difficult. I love it because when you do it right, its the best feeling in the world. ~ Brandon Jay McLaren,
865:First of all, to defend my work, I had to believe that I am doing a totally silly, stupid, innocent comedy. ~ Milos Forman,
866:I could be the Greta Garbo of comedy, very secluded, but Garbo had a man who was beyond rich to support her. ~ Joan Rivers,
867:If you're going to do a romantic comedy it was about housing it in something that we haven't seen before. ~ George Clooney,
868:I realized that I really enjoy writing comedy, and how important comedy is when you feel like total crap. ~ Kathleen Hanna,
869:It's a no-win situation with politics, it's always going to be stressful. I'm more into the comedy of life. ~ Jordan Peele,
870:It was very serious and I wanted to do something really different so there was this comedy called TOP SECRET. ~ Val Kilmer,
871:Life is a dream for the wise,
a game for the fool, a comedy for the
rich, a tradegy for the poor. ~ Sholom Aleichem,
872:Romantic comedy heroines were seldom on top of the world, doing exactly what they'd always wanted to do. ~ Shanna Swendson,
873:Sometimes with a comedy it's just having the instinct of how real you play it and what level you want it. ~ Robin Williams,
874:The king of comedy is dead. Richard Pryor was the king of comedy. The rest of them are the king of copycats. ~ Paul Mooney,
875:The physical part of comedy is as hard as a lot of action movies. It scares me, but in a way that I like. ~ Rachel McAdams,
876:There's plenty of drama and comedy and bodily fluids!
And what's a good origin story without all three? ~ Lucy Knisley,
877:Watching that show proved that good comedy can be fun and you don’t have to treat people badly to be on top. ~ Amy Poehler,
878:A famous actor, Edmund Kean, on his deathbed, was reported to have said, "Dying is easy. Comedy is hard." ~ Melvin Helitzer,
879:Comedy does offer an avenue to television and film careers for untelegenic people that great drama does not. ~ John Hodgman,
880:I am amazed at the randomness, the comedy, and the faith that brings us all together and makes us hold on. ~ David Levithan,
881:If tragedy is an experience of hyperinvolvement, comedy is an experience of underinvolvement, of detachment. ~ Susan Sontag,
882:I think when someone who's known for doing drama does a comedy but just tries to be funny, that's a mistake. ~ Steve Carell,
883:It's that I wasn't suited to do the kind of comedy that these people were coming to hear - mainstream comedy. ~ Larry David,
884:I've been fired from a situational comedy with a script they wrote specifically for me because of my voice. ~ Penn Jillette,
885:My first lessons in comedy, how to construct a joke, I learned from Eileen Brennan, who had unbelievable timing. ~ Rob Lowe,
886:sometimes in comedy you can make the audience feel poignancy stronger than you can with tears or anguish. ~ Shelley Winters,
887:The bounties of space, of infinite outwardness, were three: empty heroics, low comedy, and pointless death. ~ Kurt Vonnegut,
888:There are lots of actors, and you need a way to stand out. Writing comedy sketches was a way of doing that. ~ Sharon Horgan,
889:To me, comedy is a great occupation because I don't really worry that much about what other people think of me. ~ Joe Rogan,
890:Usually comedy is only available to us ladies in the romantic comedy. That's why I hate romantic comedies. ~ Sandra Bullock,
891:Was it not a comedy, a strange and stupid matter, this repetition, this running around in a fateful circle? ~ Hermann Hesse,
892:When Kubrick decided to go the black comedy route with his movie, he thought of me to give it that flavor. ~ Terry Southern,
893:Yes, I would say my comedy is grunge, evidenced by the fact my jokes have put an end to big-hair glam comedy. ~ Joel McHale,
894:After graduation, I was floundering in L.A., doing stand-up comedy and working in a shoe store in the Valley. ~ Kevin Spacey,
895:A lot of my early pictures are, I think, quite funny. And these days I tend to look for comedy more and more. ~ Helen Levitt,
896:A straight factor is important in any comedy, because you need something to tee it up and also to ground it. ~ Jason Bateman,
897:Comedy, I imagine, is harder to do consistently than tragedy, but I like it spiced in the wine of sadness. ~ Bernard Malamud,
898:Comedy is not commercial; it is risky, because what is funny in one place isn't always funny somewhere else. ~ Lloyd Kaufman,
899:Comedy's about opening up and being unique, but to a point where the audience can relate to what you're saying. ~ Kevin Hart,
900:I don't do comedy. I think if a situation is funny you just play it for real and if it's funny, it's funny. ~ Morgan Freeman,
901:I have to be careful not to do so many comedy airhead roles from now on. I've turned down a couple already. ~ Tamsin Egerton,
902:It's called 'You Just Don't Exist.' I'm co-starring with Winifred Hailey. It's like, a romantic comedy. ~ Bryan Lee O Malley,
903:I want to be able to infuse some youthful energy and comedy while appreciating the generations before. ~ Neil Patrick Harris,
904:Let's do some comedy. I always like to add some comedy to my show. Those who've seen me before might know that. ~ Bill Hicks,
905:My comedy does not come from a place of deep cynicism, and I tend to play characters who are naive in some way. ~ Anna Faris,
906:... probably because the power to make people laugh is also a power, so women have been kept out of comedy. ~ Gloria Steinem,
907:The more Keystone comedies I make, the more convinced I become that comedy is an art, and a high one at that. ~ Mack Sennett,
908:Tragedy is just comedy that hasn’t come to fruition. One day we will laugh at this. We will laugh at everything. ~ Matt Haig,
909:When I tell people I'm a comedian they say, 'Oh, are you funny?' I say, 'No, it's not that kind of comedy.' ~ Susan Sarandon,
910:A lot of critics object to what I do, but I got into comedy to make people laugh, and I've always worked hard. ~ Adam Sandler,
911:Art must always remain earnest... Art must be serious, no sarcasm, comedy. One does not laugh at a loved one. ~ Arshile Gorky,
912:Comedy will always be central to what I do, it's just an instinct for me, but I am a writer and always have been. ~ Ben Elton,
913:I'd love to do comedy. And I think I have a pretty good sense of comic thing, so I'd really like to try that. ~ Emily Perkins,
914:I love going back and forth from drama to comedy. I love switching it around and showing people that I can do both. ~ Kaitlyn,
915:I'm a big fan of Albert Brooks, Nichols and May. I'd like to follow in their footsteps and do comedy films. ~ Illeana Douglas,
916:I remember being fascinated by the very nature of comedy from the age of 10; why is this funny, and that isn't? ~ Paul Merton,
917:I used comedy as a way to combat my dyslexia. I was barely getting by scholastically, so I used a lot of humor. ~ Joel McHale,
918:My thinking is, if we're setting out to make comedy in which nothing is off limits, then everybody is fair game. ~ Nick Kroll,
919:People will remember a good comedy song a lot longer than they would some of the so-called straight love songs. ~ Ray Stevens,
920:The comedy really comes from how badly you want these characters to succeed and with a comedy that's often hard. ~ Jonah Hill,
921:The secret to comedy is not playing the comedy, but actually playing the situation, playing the drama of it. ~ Nathan Fillion,
922:A comedy ends with a wedding, and a tragedy ends with a funeral: you always have to juxtapose sex and death. ~ Chuck Palahniuk,
923:Comedy works in fashion cycles, in a way. And sometimes, studios will imitate those cycles a little too much. ~ Scot Armstrong,
924:Drama is more focused and it reveals itself to you, whereas comedy is just right there, when you first read it. ~ Bob Odenkirk,
925:Everyone is a comedy. If people are laughing at you, they just don't quite understand the joke that is themselves. ~ Matt Haig,
926:Hopefully people will be reinventing comedy forever and ever. This is just what I do, and it's a type of comedy. ~ David Cross,
927:I don't necessarily think of it as Southern comedy. I just think I'm a comedian and I have a Southern accent. ~ Jeff Foxworthy,
928:I do podcasts for the same reasons I do stand-up comedy. I love it, and I don't care if anybody else gets it. ~ Chris Hardwick,
929:I love doing comedy. One of my favorite things in the world is to do Parks and Recreation; a big fun character. ~ Ben Schwartz,
930:I'm just going to keep doing comedy because I don't know what else to do. I have no other applicable skills. ~ Kurt Braunohler,
931:I would love to get into feature films; Im willing to do an action flick, Im willing to do a romantic comedy. ~ Kelli Berglund,
932:Live comedy's a very reckless, foolhardy profession. You're only as good as your last gig so earnings fluctuate. ~ Bill Bailey,
933:Rule of Improv Comedy: React to everything put in front of you, because it was probably put there for a reason. ~ Patrick King,
934:Sometimes when you're doing a comedy, the director will yell out "alts" and then the director gets the first laugh. ~ Tina Fey,
935:The gods we ourselves have created ruled us for centuries! What a great comedy! And what a great tragedy! ~ Mehmet Murat ildan,
936:To me the goal of comedy is to just laugh, which is a really high hearted thing, visceral connection and reaction. ~ Louis C K,
937:You're just playing a role, whether it's a drama or a comedy. I find it really fun to sort of play opposite Uma. ~ Luke Wilson,
938:Comedy is not my world. It's difficult for me, but sometimes you just have to go with it and have a good time. ~ Jonathan Banks,
939:Drama can feel like therapy whereas comedy feels like there's been a pressure and a weight lifted off of you. ~ Gabrielle Union,
940:I'd like to do more comedy, but i think my forte is still in the heavy. I'd love to do a comic lead, a musical. ~ Lee Van Cleef,
941:I don't know what I'd do if I was making a romantic comedy; I wouldn't feel like I was earning my $100 a day. ~ Danielle Harris,
942:I'm lucky. I've worked with extremely talented women who won't sacrifice comedy to make themselves look better. ~ Heather Burns,
943:I'm not ashamed to tell the truth about what happened in my family. I think that's what makes my comedy different. ~ Bernie Mac,
944:In comedy, something may be more absurd, but you have to believe just as much as you do when you're doing drama. ~ Jenna Elfman,
945:Ironically, there isn't much comedy film in Britain, which is quite surprising seeing that we're quite good at it. ~ Alice Lowe,
946:I think my goal was just to do comedy, honestly. It still is. Whatever form that took or takes, it doesn't matter. ~ Nick Kroll,
947:I think you're bound to get a sense of any character that you play. It's not something you often do in comedy. ~ Rowan Atkinson,
948:I would like to work in both comedy and drama. I'd love to do a really juicy drama that's just really real. ~ Daniela Bobadilla,
949:Maybe I'll just become a cartoon character because there's nothing left for me to do in an R-rated comedy. ~ Sean William Scott,
950:Nearly every romantic comedy ever made ends with the wedding and leaves out the most interesting part—the marriage. ~ Jo Piazza,
951:Real comedy can't be learned; it comes from a need for justice. The best who stand up, stand up for something. ~ Elayne Boosler,
952:There is no character in the comedy of human life more difficult to play well than that of an old bachelor. ~ Washington Irving,
953:The thing is, comedy's gone in a weird direction. People are really into ironic comedy and fakeness and cleverness. ~ Louis C K,
954:You try to - you want to fly on both sides of the political fence because that's where the - where the comedy is. ~ Denis Leary,
955:As a comedy nerd, I get a lot out of the podcast because I'm genuinely interested in the people I'm talking to. ~ Chris Hardwick,
956:Comedy has to do with holding and releasing tension; it's very technical. It's more technical than drama. ~ John Michael Higgins,
957:Comedy's been really liberating for me because I've been able to sneak the singing part in through the back door. ~ Ana Gasteyer,
958:I'd like to classify my life as a romantic comedy. Unfortunately I feel it's probably more like a TV reality show. ~ Uma Thurman,
959:I don't want to be a TV star for the sake of being on TV. I want to have a TV show that's based around my comedy. ~ Jim Gaffigan,
960:I got lucky. I won the San Francisco Stand-Up Comedy Competition in 1977 while I was still at San Francisco State. ~ Dana Carvey,
961:I just loved comedy as a kid and I think at some point, it just occurred to me that you could try it, and I did. ~ Eugene Mirman,
962:I'm sorry, but I can't make a movie with the blonde from 'ER' who is starring in every single bad romantic comedy. ~ Matthew Fox,
963:I'm trying my hand at writing. I'm writing a couple of projects for HBO, a half hour comedy and a miniseries. ~ Charles S Dutton,
964:In comedy timing is everything, but Betty White is the rarest of comics who seems to have mastered time itself. ~ Brian Williams,
965:I think being successful in comedy is being funny and making jokes - anything beyond that is the icing on the cake. ~ Jimmy Carr,
966:I think comedy and music are both things that we need as human beings. I think that both art forms can touch people. ~ Kate Bush,
967:It takes a lot of energy to be funny... for me it does. I feel like I work twice as hard when I'm doing comedy. ~ Ashton Kutcher,
968:Just 'cause I'm bi doesn't mean I have magic powers. I'm not the plucky queer sidekick in your romantic comedy. ~ Meredith Russo,
969:Models never say, "I'm hot." They say, "Look at these clothes." Whereas, with comedy, you have to say, "I'm hot." ~ Neal Brennan,
970:One of the interesting things about comedy is it's tension release, and nothing creates tension faster than anger. ~ Lewis Black,
971:People know where romantic comedies are going. It's not brain surgery to figure out the end of a romantic comedy. ~ Steve Carell,
972:Stand-up comedy is still a very male-dominated world. You look at a set list and maybe there's one woman on there. ~ Ari Graynor,
973:The one thing about comedy, making it become a part of you, the audience loves it, because you become part of them. ~ Bernie Mac,
974:Well, I loved variety in television, I loved sketch comedy. At 'Saturday Night Live,' I stayed almost seven years. ~ Dana Carvey,
975:Comedy can be fun no matter what you're playing small or big comedy part. It always has the potential to be a blast. ~ Ty Burrell,
976:Executives do not on the whole do well with comedy. They can't understand it, they can't read it, they can't spot it. ~ Eric Idle,
977:I'd love to do some comedy. Particularly French comedy, which I know sounds like a contradiction in terms. ~ Kristin Scott Thomas,
978:I have an inability to enjoy things, but that's why we're in comedy. If we were happy, we wouldn't be funny, I guess. ~ Paul Feig,
979:I think comedy Ive learned is really just about relaxing and trusting yourself and allowing yourself to fail. ~ Jamie Lynn Sigler,
980:It's harder and harder to make a well-done romantic comedy these days because the conventions have been so played out. ~ Dana Fox,
981:I was always worried with comedy - what if I came to work and I wasn't in a funny mood? That hasn't been an issue. ~ Jeremy Sisto,
982:So my humor, I'd say, comes from a mixture of lowbrow comedy shows and highbrow theater. It's an interesting mix. ~ Jasper Fforde,
983:With comedy, if you write something for me, I'm better at it. I'm not sure I'm so good at improvisational stuff. ~ Robert Knepper,
984:Writing, acting, music, comedy. A deep love of literature and books. Thank God for all the artists who've helped me. ~ Bill Hicks,
985:A romantic comedy has to be funny and make you think about life; but the obstacle that has to be overcome is key. ~ Jennifer Lopez,
986:As a writer, I haven't delved into dramatic writing. As an actor, I could always, even more so than comedy, do drama. ~ Jonah Hill,
987:Both of us have forged our careers in London, but a lot of my comedy influences come from my family and my childhood. ~ Alice Lowe,
988:Historically, a successful life in comedy is a dream that's as equally pondered and unpursued as being an astronaut. ~ Artie Lange,
989:I have always been told that I was a funny, entertaining person and have always been told to give comedy a try. ~ Gabriel Iglesias,
990:I wouldn't say that comedy brought me away from it.I think that my idea of faith was another obligation in my life. ~ Jim Gaffigan,
991:Storytelling is a landscape, and tragedy is comedy is drama. It simply depends on how you frame what you’re seeing. ~ Lauren Groff,
992:This is certainly the raunchiest, if you use that word, raunchy. The roots of Jim Henson, though, was adult comedy. ~ Brian Henson,
993:As long as I get to be doing what I love, which is making comedy and that kind of thing, I feel lucky that I get to. ~ Andy Samberg,
994:Comedy is an ability to observe and see what's funny in a situation and be able to forget yourself enough to do it. ~ Madeline Kahn,
995:I'd like to keep exploring comedy. I didn't necessarily think of myself as a comedic actress, but it's a lot of fun. ~ Mamie Gummer,
996:I don't have to change anything. I think that's the secret to comedy. You want to be universal and appeal to everyone. ~ Kevin Hart,
997:I enjoy doing these silly little videos, and a lot of stuff online is stuff I actually created for my live comedy shows. ~ Tom Lenk,
998:If you try to go for a laugh, it's death to the comedy. Personally, that's how I approach comedy. But I'm no expert. ~ Rachel Weisz,
999:I wanted to be in Jim Carrey comedy movies before I met him. I wanted to be a comedian on Stage 19, yukking it up. ~ Jenny McCarthy,
1000:I was writing for live television. And I said to myself, someday, soon as I can, I have got to do a situation comedy. ~ Norman Lear,
1001:The English can be a very critical, unforgiving people, but criticism can be good. And this is a country that loves comedy. ~ Bjork,
1002:The fact of the matter is, you can't do comedy unless someone is behaving badly. Otherwise, it's not a comedy. ~ Keegan Michael Key,
1003:The most difficult character in comedy is that of the fool, and he must be no simpleton that plays that part. ~ Miguel de Cervantes,
1004:'Where's Bill going?' He's going to comedy death. Boom! He pops out of it with another joke. It's my particular style. ~ Bill Hicks,
1005:world-comedy of Love's contriving—naive fools of fancy, passionately weaving the cords that are to strangle passion. ~ Henrik Ibsen,
1006:Classical ornament here and there accentuated the contrast; caryatides and carved masks of comedy or tragedy looked ~ G K Chesterton,
1007:Comedy and tragedy are two sides of the same coin. A talent in one area might also lead to a predisposition in the other. ~ Jack Dee,
1008:Comedy is created when someone is trying very earnestly to do what he feels is the right thing to do at that moment. ~ Madeline Kahn,
1009:Comedy is ridiculously hard. And if the rhythm is not right, if the music or the line is not right, it's not funny. ~ Julianne Moore,
1010:I decided to do a comedy. It's a good mind-set to go into work and be happy every day instead of being in a dark place. ~ Mila Kunis,
1011:I'm not a broad comedy guy. I've been funny in movies, but I'm not a comedian. I'm an actor who's sometimes funny. ~ Matthew Lillard,
1012:In every case, I find pre-planning noble, but not always that useful in comedy. You know comedy once you're doing it. ~ John Mulaney,
1013:I think the combination of action and the combination of comedy are two really, really good genres to meld together. ~ Neal H Moritz,
1014:I totally love to act. I don't care if it's a musical, a comedy. I just like to work and interact with other people. ~ Reba McEntire,
1015:I wasn't necessarily looking to do comedy on TV, but I don't think it's an accident that I ended up on 'Community.' ~ Gillian Jacobs,
1016:Jackie Gleason said that comedy is the most exacting form of dramatic art, because it has an instant critic: laughter. ~ Chuck Jones,
1017:Most of my comedy is accidental, I would say. If I don't know what the joke is, I'm going to play it better than if I do. ~ Aya Cash,
1018:Now women in comedy is a trendy topic, and people are hungering for women's voices in a way that they haven't before. ~ Rachel Bloom,
1019:That's the best advice I can give - when you're trying to write a comedy, first write a drama, and then make it funny. ~ Jason Segel,
1020:Why do we laugh at such terrible things? Because comedy is often the sarcastic realization of inescapable tragedy. ~ Bryant H McGill,
1021:With Attachments, my goal was to write a really good romantic comedy. I wanted the reader to be smiling throughout. ~ Rainbow Rowell,
1022:Comedy is a great tool. We [comics] are trying to find ways to use humor to enlighten people without preaching to them. ~ Trevor Noah,
1023:Comedy is tragedy revisited or hostility. It is mock hostility, of course, or it would be ugly; we would have a war. ~ Phyllis Diller,
1024:God writes a lot of comedy... the trouble is, he's stuck with so many bad actors who don't know how to play funny. ~ Garrison Keillor,
1025:I feel like we have so many different ways to express ourselves now, and I relish, I feel very lucky to be doing comedy. ~ Nick Kroll,
1026:I felt a comedy ego beginning to grow, which gave me the courage to begin tentatively looking into myself for material. ~ Joan Rivers,
1027:I'm kind of obsessed with food. I like to eat. When I tour, it's like, well, like a food tour as much as a comedy tour. ~ Aziz Ansari,
1028:I work with a lot of kids. Every year, for the past fifteen years, I work at Comedy Camp where I work with a lot of kids. ~ Dane Cook,
1029:The goal of almost every comic is to find a comedy voice - a specific point of view that an audience can latch onto. ~ Chris Hardwick,
1030:Whatever you do, whether you're doing a television drama or a romantic comedy, you want to be relevant, to some degree. ~ John Ridley,
1031:But I'm kind of spoilt when it comes to comedy. I was on 'Friends', which was one of the funniest things on television. ~ Matt LeBlanc,
1032:Comedy is a medicine - a healing process that can help people get through difficult times and understand things better ~ Ricky Gervais,
1033:[Comedy] is an escape from illusions. The audience is...thinking, 'This bullshit we see and hear all day makes no sense.' ~ Bill Hicks,
1034:Comedy is a socially acceptable form of hostility and aggression. That is what comics do, stand the world upside down. ~ George Carlin,
1035:God always comes up with a third act twist -- and we won't know until we die whether the play was a comedy or a tragedy. ~ Joan Rivers,
1036:I like the honesty of standup comedy. People don't fake laugh. If they're truly laughing at you, you know they like you. ~ Brian Regan,
1037:I love comedy; I'm super passionate about it, and thank God it's super in right now to have female empowered comedies. ~ Dreama Walker,
1038:I think if anybody had a roll of dice with a lot of money at stake, they would not want Wes Craven and a romantic comedy. ~ Wes Craven,
1039:Comedy doesn't really have any meaning without sadness. The most meaningful comedy comes from some really serious pathos. ~ Becky Stark,
1040:Drama is easier to do because you just have to have the emotion and not get caught acting, but comedy is much harder. ~ Patrick Dempsey,
1041:I hope and assume that every good comedy writer, no matter the age, has a moment where they discover how great Cheers is. ~ Amy Poehler,
1042:I like to do comedy, but I'll be perfectly honest, I prefer to do drama and more character-driven-based stuff, generally. ~ Matt Dillon,
1043:I'm actually way more funny now, because I'm hungry... If comedy comes from pain, I should be funnier now than I ever was. ~ Seth Rogen,
1044:In college, my teachers were usually after me for going after comedy too much, leaning too much in that direction. ~ Mary Louise Parker,
1045:I think both of us [ with Steve Oram], once we decided to do comedy, knew that we would have to come to London to do that. ~ Alice Lowe,
1046:Its consistency of what comedy can do and what comedy can be.Growing up with that show [The Simpsons] shaped my worldview. ~ Eric Andre,
1047:I want to stretch myself. Another reason why I'm so fortunate is that this is a drama and I've been brought up in comedy. ~ Steven Yeun,
1048:of a sane man there is only one safe definition. He is a man who can have tragedy in his heart and comedy in his head. ~ G K Chesterton,
1049:The bounties of space, of infinite outwardness, were three: empty heroics, low comedy, and pointless death. Outwardness ~ Kurt Vonnegut,
1050:To be honest, Im a little tired of playing bad guys. I long to do a comedy. But it was fun knocking Indiana Jones around. ~ Gary Oldman,
1051:We resort, frankly, to pies, which is a comedy staple that's gone back, I guess, to since the first pie was ever baked. ~ Johnny Carson,
1052:What turned me on to comedy was - well, first of all, I like being able to laugh, I like people who can make me laugh. ~ Nathan Fillion,
1053:Your anger can be 49 percent and your comedy 51 percent, and you're okay. If the anger is 51 percent, the comedy is gone. ~ Joan Rivers,
1054:Burlesque is beautiful: It's art, it's fun, it's done with a lot of comedy - an awful lot of big wink-wink and nudge-nudge. ~ Imelda May,
1055:Comedy exists to laugh at things that aren't laughable. But isn't it? That's what separates us from the animals. We laugh. ~ Joan Rivers,
1056:Comedy is a necessity to get through life with the fewest scars. Humor is the best antidote to help relieve all struggles. ~ Suzy Kassem,
1057:I hate being mean. I watch those roasts on Comedy Central and they make the hair on the back of my neck stand up. ~ Downtown Julie Brown,
1058:I like a certain style of show, I like a certain pace, I like a rhythm, I like a lot of comedy in with my drama. ~ Amy Sherman Palladino,
1059:I like doing the comedic episodes because it's refreshing. I enjoy doing comedic things and physical comedy. It's fun. ~ Emily Deschanel,
1060:Life is a drama full of tragedy and comedy," Mom told me. "You should learn to enjoy the comic episodes a little more. ~ Jeannette Walls,
1061:Life is a drama full of tragedy and comedy,” Mom told me. “You should learn to enjoy the comic episodes a little more. ~ Jeannette Walls,
1062:The cleverest character in comedy is the clown, for he who would make people take him for a fool, must not be one. ~ Miguel de Cervantes,
1063:There is nothing far-fetched about disappointment as a subject for comedy. It's something we are all too familiar with. ~ Martin Freeman,
1064:All of comedy at some level is trial-and-error, whether it's a stand-up trying out jokes or a comedy show trying stories. ~ Michael Schur,
1065:Comedy isn't polite and it isn't correct and it isn't accurate, even. It's just a mess. So that's the way that I approach it. ~ Louis C K,
1066:Comedy is what happens when you cross the dateline from the unbearable. Things become so unbearable they become a joke. ~ Robyn Hitchcock,
1067:I have admired Melissa Pritchard's writing for several years now for its wisdom, its humble elegance, and its earthy comedy. ~ Rick Moody,
1068:I have a side of me that doesn't care. I really enjoy physical comedy, thinking of an idea and pitching it to the director. ~ Isla Fisher,
1069:I know the nature of comedy, and you never know what will happen with the next movie or whether people will find it funny. ~ Will Ferrell,
1070:I think that no matter how much you don't like yourself or the drama of your life you can still find some comedy in it. ~ Tommy Lee Jones,
1071:Of a sane man there is only one safe definition. He is the man who can have tragedy in his heart and comedy in his head. ~ G K Chesterton,
1072:The day of the wedding went like these things generally do, full of anxious moments interspersed with black comedy. ~ Janet Street Porter,
1073:There's something about political comedy that sometimes closes people off, and my general goal is to open people right up. ~ Negin Farsad,
1074:Accents are funny. It sets me apart from the other girls doing comedy. It gives me more—how do you say?—pop-oo-laaarrrity. ~ Sofia Vergara,
1075:Comedy is commitment and playing a character and falling into the role, and I've been doing that since I was 19 years old. ~ Chris Jericho,
1076:Comedy is funny when it comes from truth, and that's always the rule of them. It's about how far you can push that boundary. ~ Ari Graynor,
1077:Horseshit? Fuck you. I will defend my Belle and Mulan awesome warrior princess road comedy fan fiction to the fucking death. ~ Lila Monroe,
1078:I consider a CD or a comedy collection as a record of what I've been doing, and I try to wrap it up and start new material. ~ Kate Clinton,
1079:I feel that a lot of British comedy is often too bombastic, too obvious, dressing up and shouting and pulling funny faces. ~ Ricky Gervais,
1080:I just don't get if you have ever gotten offended by a joke, why would you go to a comedy club? That's where jokes happen. ~ Brad Williams,
1081:I love Frances McDormand so much. I love her career. And I think it's fun because she gets to do comedy as well as drama. ~ Rachael Harris,
1082:I love good comedy. I don't like bad comedy. Of course, nobody loves bad comedy, but there's a lot of bad comedy out there. ~ Michael Dorn,
1083:I love physical comedy. Comedy that comes from an emotional place is amazing too and lets me develop in a new way as an actor. ~ Eden Sher,
1084:In comedy, you see yourself as a newcomer and then you realize you've been doing it for 18, 20 years, which is ridiculous. ~ Noel Fielding,
1085:I really am thankful that I got to do The Proposal movie the right way with people who taught me how to do comedy better. ~ Sandra Bullock,
1086:Life is a comedy for those who think and a tragedy for those who feel. Show me a hero and I will write you a tragedy. ~ F Scott Fitzgerald,
1087:[Mel Gibson] played this kind of sadistic motorcycle cop. He was terrific. And he had this great sense of visual comedy. ~ Keith Carradine,
1088:My comedy is a nuclear bomb inside my mind. It's a weapon that's never been tested. It just blows up and flattens everybody. ~ Paul Mooney,
1089:What I've learned about comedy people is that they're defined by the harshest level they've been to, their personal Auschwitz. ~ Bob Saget,
1090:When you have satire, it has to be real. No matter how outrageous the comedy becomes, you have to believe in the characters. ~ Kevin Kline,
1091:A long, exact, and serious comedy; In every scene some moral let it teach, And, if it can, at once both please and preach. ~ Alexander Pope,
1092:At first, there was a separation of clubs and sketch comedy. Now there's all kinds of comedy, making us one big happy family. ~ Jen Kirkman,
1093:Comedy clubs have brick walls behind the performer. Bricks make you funny. When I'm in front of a fireplace, I'm hilarious. ~ Mitch Hedberg,
1094:Everyone goes through all kinds of relationship situations. I'm lucky that I get to be on two comedy shows [during divorce]. ~ Fred Armisen,
1095:I had no musical or athletic ability, and I wasnt particularly good looking. Comedy was something I could do for attention. ~ Doug Stanhope,
1096:I'm a huge fan of 'Community'; it's, I think, one of the most brilliant comedy on television and has been for a long time. ~ Emma Caulfield,
1097:I thought I should forget Hollywood and go back to Hong Kong. I'm so lucky that finally Hollywood accepts my comedy fighting. ~ Jackie Chan,
1098:I try to measure the amount of truth in a work rather than just looking at the generic distinction between comedy and drama. ~ Harold Ramis,
1099:It sounds gross to say that I like myself more. But not everyone likes themselves that much. Especially in the comedy world. ~ Chris Kattan,
1100:I've always maintained that I don't think comedy should be reviewed. I think it's un-reviewable, because it is so subjective. ~ Will Arnett,
1101:I would say I try to make my comedy really personal. I try to tell stories that happened to me, experiences from my life. ~ Kumail Nanjiani,
1102:I love doing comedy. Absolutely love it. After 'Wedding Crashers,' people suddenly realized that it was something I could do. ~ Jane Seymour,
1103:I love doing comedy and I love watching comedy... Im more inclined to go watch a Seth Rogen film than a serious Oscar drama. ~ Phoebe Tonkin,
1104:I think you need to have the guts to not use comedy. Often, the people that work in comedy use a joke to avoid contemplation. ~ Steve Coogan,
1105:It seems that two of the most basic forms of comedy are jokes and stories. And, of course, they are not mutually exclusive. ~ Demetri Martin,
1106:I've spent the last few years just really actively pursuing comedy and that's something I always wanted to know how to do. ~ Virginia Madsen,
1107:The life of every individual is really always a tragedy, but gone through in detail, it has the character of a comedy. ~ Arthur Schopenhauer,
1108:Certainly situation comedy is harder than people who are good at it make it look, but it's fun to do something different. ~ Laura San Giacomo,
1109:Comedy is really not like any other art form in that it's very specialized and varied in it's content, but generic in it's title. ~ Joe Rogan,
1110:I believe I am God's favorite comedian. I think he is a really big comedy writer. He writes scripts. And I just follow along. ~ Corey Feldman,
1111:I think all the funny people were bullied. When they talk about outlawing bullying, it's like, what? You want no Comedy Central? ~ Chris Rock,
1112:It is the most ridiculous country in the world, Bangladesh. It is God’s idea of a really good wheeze, his stab at black comedy. ~ Zadie Smith,
1113:I've always read books and loved human behavior since I was ten or twelve years old. Maybe even that's why I wanted to do comedy. ~ Dane Cook,
1114:I've been producing for 13 years. I've made a string of joyful movies with positive messages about comedy, love and romance. ~ Drew Barrymore,
1115:Jenny Han’s latest romantic comedy, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (S&S Young Readers, April) should win her further fans, ~ Anonymous,
1116:Storytelling is a landscape, and tragedy is comedy is drama. It simply depends on how you frame what you’re seeing. Look here, ~ Lauren Groff,
1117:There is nothing more profoundly serious than real comedy, which is an affirmation of human communion, redemption and grace. ~ Michael Malone,
1118:There's a danger zone if you take yourself too seriously. It's a terrible trap to fall into. I think it's the death of comedy. ~ Samantha Bee,
1119:Wayne's World' is my all time favorite comedy. I used to watch it on VHS on repeat with my brother when I was ten years old. ~ James Lafferty,
1120:As soon as I did my first five minutes of stand-up I knew that I would rather be a failure at comedy than a success in marketing. ~ Jimmy Carr,
1121:Breaking records is not something you expect to be doing. That's like a sports thing, it's not usually a comedy and writing thing. ~ Louis C K,
1122:Comedy is important! When youre having a stressful day, and you come home, you want to watch something that makes you laugh. ~ Michael Cudlitz,
1123:Drama is a complete meal, vitamins, proteins, carbohydrates. It's a slow burn thing. It's got an arc. Comedy is more like coke. ~ Eddie Izzard,
1124:he puppeteers really responded to it. Patrick Bistrow really responded to it, it's great fun to do improve comedy with puppets. ~ Brian Henson,
1125:I just liked stand-up comedy so much. I used to memorize Bill Cosby albums and other people's albums, George Carlin, Flip Wilson. ~ Drew Carey,
1126:I'm more focused or try to be more focused on my acting and writing and comedy and let the other stuff fall where it may. ~ June Diane Raphael,
1127:In the comedies I've been lucky enough to be a part of a world like Judd Apatow's, where I believe comedy comes from real people. ~ Jonah Hill,
1128:It's easier to do comedy with an audience, because their reactions tell you whether or not what your saying qualifies as comedy. ~ Doug Benson,
1129:Most comedy is not very ambitious. You probably can't name more than a handful of comedies that would qualify for Best Picture. ~ Harold Ramis,
1130:Not necessarily in the beginning, thinking I would have a career in comedy, but I was always interested in making people laugh. ~ Reggie Watts,
1131:But I just think I was lucky enough to figure out early on that I wanted to do comedy, so that's what I put all my effort into. ~ Donald Glover,
1132:Comedy is a very lucrative business now, but when everyone first went into it, it didn't make sense from a financial standpoint. ~ Jim Gaffigan,
1133:Comedy is something that we can all share, no matter what language we speak or our background, it has the power to unite us all. ~ Paul Goodman,
1134:Comedy springs from the ludicrous; but the ludicrous is stuck in the muck of reality, resolutely hostile to what is impossible. ~ Cynthia Ozick,
1135:For my money, I don't think there's been a better comedy than 'Kung Fu Hustle' in a lot of years. That movie just knocked me over. ~ Adam McKay,
1136:I am a guy who talks about bacon and escalators. Stand-up comedy is very much a conversation. It's very personal, stylistically. ~ Jim Gaffigan,
1137:I am not sure gender ever won't be an issue in comedy, because I think that women do have different priorities in some respects. ~ Jenny Eclair,
1138:If you said more than six lines on air you made six hundred dollars, and comedy pieces like “Staring Contest” helped pay my rent. ~ Amy Poehler,
1139:I'm a huge fan of the people and things that are considered the epitomes of tastelessness - things like drag and raunchy comedy. ~ Margaret Cho,
1140:I thought 'Borat' was a breakthrough comedy, because it was really funny. It wasn't some studio-produced script with 14 writers. ~ Steve Martin,
1141:Like comedy, horror has an ability to provoke thought and further the conversation on real social issues in a very powerful way. ~ Jordan Peele,
1142:Some brainless comedy where actors with perfect white teeth spoke their lines then froze in place to let the laugh track unwind. ~ James Sallis,
1143:The English have a wellspring of comedy that will never be exhausted: the combination of bestial urges and excellent manners. ~ David Edelstein,
1144:you see the nonsense behavior of humans, and it becomes amusing. What for everyone else is a big drama, for you becomes a comedy. ~ Miguel Ruiz,
1145:A comedy isn’t about being funny...a comedy is about characters who dare to know that they may choose a happy ending after all. ~ Gary D Schmidt,
1146:Got a proper job at 28. Gave it up to try comedy at 38. Decided to get fit and healthy at 48. It's never too late. But do it now ~ Ricky Gervais,
1147:I am a passionate believer that comedy is a way of tackling some of the most dark and difficult aspects of being a human being. ~ Stephen Mangan,
1148:I know it's going to sound cheesy, but I love show business. I love doing comedy, I love that I get to do all this with my friends. ~ Nick Kroll,
1149:In the world of comedy, there's this: "If it's going badly, get off. If it's going well, get off". You can't argue with that either. ~ Al Murray,
1150:I really enjoy comedy, but I also still really enjoy the drama aspect. So, I don't like to narrow my possible chances out there. ~ Erica Durance,
1151:I took literally everything I knew how to do on stage with me, which was juggling, magic and banjo and my little comedy routines. ~ Steve Martin,
1152:I try to give all my characters a sense of humor, so I guess I feel like I have done comedy, but maybe I'm better known for drama. ~ Kathy Baker,
1153:Nobody wants to see sketch comedy that's the same sketch they've seen time and time again, or that's just a rehash of that thing. ~ Jordan Peele,
1154:Now it looks like I'll be known as the musical comedy guy. Which is good news for me. Or I'll be known as the New Zealand idiot. ~ Bret McKenzie,
1155:Pat Robertson would be harmless comedy, were he less typical of those who today hold power and influence in the United States. ~ Richard Dawkins,
1156:Comedy, if it's done well, can reflect the mood of a nation. It can be a mirror to who we are, what we believe in, what we are like. ~ Brad Stine,
1157:Comedy is essentially made by young men, or older men with some form of arrested development, for young men or immature older men. ~ Harold Ramis,
1158:Donald Trump announced today he is running for president of the United States. Traditionally that means six more weeks of comedy. ~ Conan O Brien,
1159:Fast food is hugely important in the life of a comedy writer. All we do is order in, and what we're going to eat is hotly debated. ~ Mindy Kaling,
1160:Fifteen years before I became a screen actor, I was in the theatre. A lot of my work was comedy, which I loved doing. It's harder. ~ Ben Kingsley,
1161:For indeed all that we think so new to-day has been acted over and over again, a shifting comedy, by the women of every century. ~ Agnes Repplier,
1162:[Hollywood] is obviously so fake, but then comedy is this little carve-out of sincerity. I love it. I get to be funny and do this. ~ Ilana Glazer,
1163:Honestly, one-hour drama is the hardest format there is. I think it's harder than movies, and it's harder than half-hour comedy. ~ Alexis Denisof,
1164:In real life I'm very low-key. A wallflower. One of the reasons I went into comedy and acting was that I was sick of being shy. ~ Jemaine Clement,
1165:I think Comedy Central and probably all channels are on their way toward being apps accessible on whatever the Roku of the future is. ~ Andy Daly,
1166:I took a job in a comedy club - not doing stand-up comedy, because that's my idea of hell, but in the office - and I went traveling. ~ Phoebe Fox,
1167:The Room is a drama that is also a comedy that is also an existential cry for help that is finally a testament to human endurance. ~ Greg Sestero,
1168:Tina Fey is part of a generation of women who have changed the face of comedy at 'Second City,' 'SNL,' in sitcoms and in film. ~ Janeane Garofalo,
1169:We are, in our real everyday worlds, often like the masks of Comedy and Tragedy, grinning on the outside, grimacing on the inside. ~ Stephen King,
1170:When the American people get through with the English language, it will look as if it had been run over by a musical comedy. ~ Finley Peter Dunne,
1171:Big comedy is good, I like things that are big, but good comedy has to be truthful I think and has to reflect some sort of reality. ~ Steve Coogan,
1172:Everything is 'just a story'. Tragedy, comedy, end of the world, what ever it's just a story. What matters is making sure it's heard. ~ Mira Grant,
1173:Everything is ‘just a story.’ Tragedy, comedy, end of the world, whatever, it’s just a story. What matters is making sure it’s heard. ~ Mira Grant,
1174:Going to Catholic school was what fueled me into comedy. The nuns were so brutal so I used to try to make my friends laugh. ~ Downtown Julie Brown,
1175:I actually love Scorsese comedies. He's an underrated comedy director. I think his comedies are some of the best comedies ever made. ~ Julie Delpy,
1176:If you have no tragedy, you have no comedy. Crying and laughing are the same emotion. If you laugh too hard, you cry. And vice versa. ~ Sid Caesar,
1177:I love a lot of comedy actors and actresses like Kristen Wiig and Tina Fey and all those women who are really brilliant and funny. ~ Saoirse Ronan,
1178:I think its natural if youre doing a lot of comedy to do a lot of drama, because you have to figure out the real version of the joke. ~ Judy Greer,
1179:I think it would be harder for me not to write comedy because the comic view of things is the one that comes most naturally to me. ~ Richard Russo,
1180:I think that comedy is one of the more serious things that you can do in our day, especially in the world that we're living in. ~ Antonio Banderas,
1181:I think that's important to women in comedy, that we get a lot of the good lines and you're not just the girlfriend or the sister. ~ Sharon Horgan,
1182:My knee-jerk is that it is comedy and, if you watch them all back-to-back, you will gain something and you will lose something. ~ Mitchell Hurwitz,
1183:Plaudite, amici, comedia finita est.

(Applaud, my friends, the comedy is over.)

[Said on his deathbed] ~ Ludwig van Beethoven,
1184:That's the worst way you can hear about comedy material: from a third person's blog story that they wrote when they were upset. ~ Anthony Jeselnik,
1185:There is a strong ethical dimension to the best comedy. Not only does it avoid reinforcing prejudices, it actively challenges them. ~ Steve Coogan,
1186:There's a common misconception with sketch comedy that you just go up there and wing it, but it's written, and there really is order. ~ Adam Pally,
1187:The success of my comedy has been not being afraid to touch on subject matters or issues that everyone else is politically scared of. ~ Bernie Mac,
1188:What it was really about was people not having sex when they wanted it. A lot of British comedy was about that, Barbara had noticed. ~ Nick Hornby,
1189:Clearly romantic comedy is my franchise genre, I don't mind saying that, it's true. I love doing them and hopefully always will do them. ~ Meg Ryan,
1190:Comedy - particularly the frothy and frivolous - is notoriously neglected by festivals and awards. But it's bloody hard to get right. ~ Colin Firth,
1191:Human comedy is more profound than tragedy. In tragedy we die and it is very sad. In comedy we avoid death, and it is even sadder. ~ Jennifer Stone,
1192:I do films that I like. I have done comedy, romance, everything, and I always like to do it differently from the previous ones. ~ Abhishek Bachchan,
1193:I don't think I've ever made any conscious decision to be a comic artist, but to me there's something quite anarchic about comedy. ~ David Shrigley,
1194:If you thought it was impossible for a film to contain less effective comedy than Date Movie, here's evidence to the contrary. ~ James Berardinelli,
1195:I think good comedy is a commitment to the absurd in that the situation for the actors should be virtually played like a drama. ~ Peter Billingsley,
1196:I think, you know, a lot of the business of comedy is taking your personal experiences and making them relatable to other people. ~ Kumail Nanjiani,
1197:It's a very tough time for the playwright. Broadway has become almost a musical comedy theme park with all these long-running shows. ~ John Lithgow,
1198:Musical comedy is the Irish stew of drama. Anything may be put into it, with the certainty that it will improve the general effect. ~ P G Wodehouse,
1199:riley: give me a romantic comedy any day.
rhoan: your jest a girly-girl at heart, arent you?
riley: takes one to know one, bro. ~ Keri Arthur,
1200:That's what I love about sketch comedy: a sketch is five minutes, then it goes dark, and there's the potential for something else. ~ Jason Sudeikis,
1201:The best way to do comedy is to not filter yourself, and then you could always fix it later. You want to be able to push the envelope. ~ Ken Marino,
1202:The strongest should come first in comedy because once a character is really established as funny everything he does is funny. ~ F Scott Fitzgerald,
1203:When I first started doing comedy, there was no such thing as a room that had black people and white people in it. That didn't exist. ~ Trevor Noah,
1204:William Devane was amazing [ in The Grinder] - that we were able to reinvent an acting legend as a comedy star - that's very gratifying. ~ Rob Lowe,
1205:You have to be careful what you say in front of comedy writers because they will absolutely make fun of it in the next episode. ~ David Alan Basche,
1206:Comedy has always been important in my family. If you got in a good joke at the dinner table, it meant more than almost anything else. ~ Isla Fisher,
1207:I'm not the guy with the enormous comedy nose or the big feet or the bad posture or the whatever; a physical comic has certain things. ~ Dick Cavett,
1208:I would much rather watch a horror film or science fiction than a comedy. I don't know why. I just like them. I find them relaxing. ~ Moon Bloodgood,
1209:My whole life I though I was the star of an overly earnest romance movie, and it turns out I was in a goddamned buddy comedy all along. ~ John Green,
1210:That's the beauty of our show. Comedy or politics. We're sort of a mix. A space age polymer of both. A synthetic comedy-like material. ~ Jon Stewart,
1211:The Comedy Store in LA, it's a really loose room and it's really dark and creepy and a great place to explore your own thoughts onstage. ~ Joe Rogan,
1212:There's so much joy in doing comedy work, and that's one of the reasons I like to do it - because it's just a hilarious day at work. ~ John C Reilly,
1213:We're taking part in a divine comedy and we should realise that the play is always a comedy, in that we're all ultimately ridiculous. ~ Max Hastings,
1214:As far as just my stand-up is concerned, I don't care about changing anyone's mind. I'm not making an argument. I'm a guy doing comedy. ~ David Cross,
1215:As soon as you start analyzing comedy is when the world starts to fall apart, and we're second guessing it. And we are way too sensitive. ~ Jeff Ross,
1216:Catechism.3. Recovery of health. Your honour’s players hearing your amendment,Are come to play a pleasant comedy.Shakesp.Tam. Shrew. ~ Samuel Johnson,
1217:Comedy's easy for me now - it's all about timing and the way you deliver lines. I use facial expressions to get the point across. ~ Melissa Joan Hart,
1218:Everybody lives inside his or her movie. Mine had usually seemed a light comedy. Then I noticed the first dead bee on the driveway. ~ Paul Fleischman,
1219:For me comedy and violence has a lot in common. Just as you expect, comedy always lurks behind the most unexpected of circumstances. ~ Takeshi Kitano,
1220:I think the first rule of comedy is that it has to be funny and I find a lot of the broad comedy which is sent to me, painfully unfunny. ~ Nigel Cole,
1221:It's a very important skill set for an actor to be able to bring the humor into any moment, whether you're doing drama or comedy. ~ Nathaniel Buzolic,
1222:It's not that comedy has changed in terms of what's funny. For me, it's changed in that sometimes I don't feel my finger is on the pulse. ~ Bobby Lee,
1223:My whole life I thought I was the star of an overly earnest romance movie, and it turns out I was in a goddamned buddy comedy all along. ~ John Green,
1224:Comedy is also smart. It speaks the truth. It was everything I wanted to be. Plus, if you’re funny, it doesn’t matter what you look like. ~ Lindy West,
1225:I did try when I wasn't doing the singing to do as much comedy as I could because I thought with Comic Relief you are duty bound to anyway. ~ Jo Brand,
1226:I haven't done a lot in London. I think comedy over there is how it was over here years ago. There's tons of it, and they're better paid. ~ Todd Barry,
1227:It is really hard to do comedy; it takes a lot of energy and focus. It's rather like music: It's a lot of hitting notes precisely ~ Christine Baranski,
1228:I've had a very positive experience in LA in the comedy world and found everyone to be very nice and welcoming. It's been really fun. ~ Gillian Jacobs,
1229:I was doing comedy in laundry mats in 1992, literally where I would bring a little gorilla amp and a lapel mike and just start performing. ~ Dane Cook,
1230:My gift was in comedy. I found out I could make jokes. I could tell jokes. I could write them. So over the years, that's what I've done. ~ Woody Allen,
1231:Oh, Hello. I'm Eugene Mirman, and I'm here to introduce my special. It's called An Evening of Comedy in a Fake Underground Laboratory. ~ Eugene Mirman,
1232:That's one of the things about comedy - I think it works best when it's contextualized, as opposed to kind of an island of cleverness. ~ Joshua Ferris,
1233:The tendency in comedy is to have a character who's stupid get more stupid, because you're trying to top yourself and not just repeat. ~ Matt Groening,
1234:As for the world of fashion and celebrity, I have the usual interest in the human comedy, but the problems of depiction absorb me more. ~ David Hockney,
1235:[ Hosting Saturday Night Live ] paved the way for Parks And Rec and The Grinder, the Comedy Central Roast, and that whole side of my career. ~ Rob Lowe,
1236:I'd love to do something dark, something that has nothing to do with music or comedy. Anything, but I'm still learning what I can do. ~ Beyonce Knowles,
1237:I do find comedy difficult. I don't know why. Maybe I think about it too much. There's a tremendous amount of pressure to be funny. ~ Michelle Pfeiffer,
1238:I have yet to see one of those Comedy Central shows with multiple standup comics that doesn't include someone the size of the Hindenburg. ~ Dick Cavett,
1239:It's definitely easier for a woman to do a romantic comedy than a war movie. It's assumed a woman doesn't have a sense of what action is. ~ Julie Delpy,
1240:Spies have the same kinds of needs and desires that everybody does, which is funny. The best kind of comedy derives from that kind of truth. ~ Matt Nix,
1241:The rendering of my thoughts, emotions, and experiences is part comedy and part tragedy as well as history, for life is such a mingling. ~ Karen Harper,
1242:With stand-up, there's a little bit of an exaggerated reality because things have to be manipulated to create comedy, to create jokes. ~ Chris Hardwick,
1243:Comedy Central was really impressed by how quickly we got everyone to sign the releases for the CD. They've never seen anything that quick. ~ B J Porter,
1244:Comedy is difficult for an actor. But I think I have a good sense of humor and manage to make people laugh and make them happy. ~ Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
1245:Drama is this incredibly vulnerable thing, but with comedy, you have to have a sense of rhythm and be very sensitive to the pace of things. ~ Emma Stone,
1246:Eddie [Murphy] is an icon. He's one of the reason why I started doing comedy in the beginning. He opened a lot of doors for black people. ~ Tracy Morgan,
1247:I can only develop a stand-up show by being on stage. I can't write it. Whenever I see comedy written down, it very rarely makes me laugh. ~ John Bishop,
1248:I'd always wanted to be a dramatic. Comedy comes more naturally to me. I can do it with more facility. So I feel more comfortable with it. ~ Woody Allen,
1249:I don't think comedy comes from hotbeds of doing shtick. I think it usually comes from some kind of childhood humiliation or darkness. ~ Sarah Silverman,
1250:I don't want to make a style. Not tragedy, not comedy. Life is a mixing of all kind of things: comedy and tragedy going together. ~ Alejandro Jodorowsky,
1251:My wife and I take what we call our Friday comedy day off. We watch standup comics on TV. The raunchier the better. We love Eddie Izzard. ~ Gene Hackman,
1252:Really, more than anything, The 2000 Year Old Man is a huge influence on all of our comedy, but specifically the live version of Oh, Hello. ~ Nick Kroll,
1253:Then consider the Middle (and later the New) Comedy and what it aimed at—gradually degenerating into mere realism and empty technique. ~ Marcus Aurelius,
1254:The same distinction marks off Tragedy from Comedy; for Comedy aims at representing men as worse, Tragedy as better than in actual life. III ~ Aristotle,
1255:If it's comedy, you taken an absurd comedic notion and you apply it to reality. If it's horror, if it's a thriller, you do the same thing. ~ Jordan Peele,
1256:I'm a pretty funny guy, and I would love to do a comedy with a bunch of funny guys - movie-star guys, where they could help me through it. ~ LeBron James,
1257:I wanted to be a vet before I got into comedy, but then once I found out how much gore goes into that job, I wanted nothing to do with it. ~ Brian Posehn,
1258:I will do comedy until the day I die: inappropriate comedy, funny comedy, gender-bending, twisting comedy, whatever comedy is out there. ~ Sandra Bullock,
1259:Knowing about comedy has helped me with the drama. To see people laugh, it's like there are moments of catharsis in the middle of sadness. ~ Steve Coogan,
1260:Often you don’t know whether you’re the hero of a romantic comedy or the villain on a Lifetime special until the restraining order arrives. ~ Tim Kreider,
1261:While awaiting sentencing, I decided to give stand-up comedy a shot. The judge had suggested I get my act together, and I took him seriously. ~ Tim Allen,
1262:You can perceive life as tragic, or you can laugh at the tragedy of it and that turns it into comedy. It doesn't change the circumstances. ~ Harold Ramis,
1263:A really good stand-up comic is a poet; it's about the use of language. It can be really poetic. And I like politically conscious comedy. ~ Sherman Alexie,
1264:Comedy ages quicker than tragedy, to the extent that we can't know if the 10 commandments may originally have been 10 hilarious one-liners. ~ Arthur Smith,
1265:Comedy, drama, Westerns, sci-fi... it's all fine if the story's compelling and the character is interesting to me. I do like action a lot. ~ Jensen Ackles,
1266:Comedy is obviously a matter of personal taste and the world always needs a clown and some people have no taste at all and any clown will do. ~ Marc Maron,
1267:Comedy speaks for civilization; farce bears an ill-concealed, sometimes unconcealed animus against civilization. Often against civility too. ~ Irving Howe,
1268:Death is the source of comedy; we had had to invent ‘comedy’ to ease ourselves vis-à-vis death, to reduce our fears vis-à-vis exitus! ~ Mehmet Murat ildan,
1269:I just think 'Broad City' - Comedy Central's answer to 'Girls' - is the best thing that's been put on television in years. It's amazing. ~ Mackenzie Davis,
1270:I love to bring humour into my work. Because comedy is not a huge part of the art world. And big-business film takes itself very seriously. ~ James Franco,
1271:I think if you turn down the volume on the good comedy, you should not even know if it's a comedy or not. It should look like a drama. ~ Peter Billingsley,
1272:I was named Class Clown in the high school yearbook, so I was always turning to comedy and laughter to heal and to get me through things. ~ Guillermo Diaz,
1273:Jeff Ross has a new show on Comedy Central where he roasts the news. It'll be perfect for people who find Jon Stewart too handsome and funny. ~ Seth Green,
1274:Life is change, constant change, and unless we are lucky enough to find comedy in it, change is nearly always a drama, if not a tragedy. ~ Mark T Sullivan,
1275:Standup comedy is fun. I mean other than having to experience the excruciating lonlieness and unacknowledged sadness that results in funny. ~ Dov Davidoff,
1276:Stanley Kubrick went with his gut feeling: he directed 'Dr. Strangelove' as a black comedy. The film is routinely described as a masterpiece. ~ Tim Cahill,
1277:The best comedy audiences in the country and this is tried and true, I'm not just saying it, in my opinion are Boston, Atlanta, and Chicago. ~ Denis Leary,
1278:The reason most comedies don't win awards is that the filmmakers put the comedy first. This means you have to create a story around the jokes. ~ Paul Feig,
1279:Comedy is a blood sport. It flays the truth and spurts twisted logic. In America, people become comics because we don't have bullfighting. ~ Elayne Boosler,
1280:Comedy is much more difficult than tragedy-and a much better training, I think. It's much easier to make people cry than to make them laugh. ~ Vivien Leigh,
1281:From being a young kid I was always drawing and painting, usually stuff like private parts or bloody images but always with a comedy twist to it. ~ Tom Six,
1282:If I'm not on tour, I can run down to the comedy club and do a little stand-up. If you're an actor, you can't go - I guess there's forms of it. ~ Louis C K,
1283:I'm a comedian who happens to be Latino. What's the difference? The difference is, my special will air on Comedy Central, not Telemundo. ~ Gabriel Iglesias,
1284:I think the world of comedy is a relatively small community, and especially for women in comedy, there just aren't that many people involved. ~ Ari Graynor,
1285:I've been trying to bust into the comedy business my whole life. It's hard in Hollywood to do different things. I know this. It's a struggle. ~ Luke Wilson,
1286:I've gotten very cynical and kind of anhedonic about all the things I have to do to get to do comedy: all the travel, hotels, and airports. ~ Patton Oswalt,
1287:I would love to do some more comedy. I would love to do some silliness. I would love to do some characters that have greater vulnerability. ~ Kari Matchett,
1288:My neck and shoulders are killing me. Hard to focus on writing about murder, doom, shagging, our hopeless future & other comedy etc etc. ~ Warren Ellis,
1289:One of the great things with comedy is that there's no such thing as a mediocre comedy; it's either uproarious or crap. That's the problem. ~ Michael Caine,
1290:Stand-up keeps you alive. It is definitely the most specialized field in comedy because you need to stay sharp and well-tuned every night. ~ Tommy Davidson,
1291:There's so much I want to do. I love emotions, I love drama, I love comedy and I also want to take action up to another level, I love comics. ~ Gina Carano,
1292:There's so much you can achieve with a launching pad like stand-up comedy. You can literally go from acting to hosting to being a personality. ~ Kevin Hart,
1293:Well, being a Canadian, I love SCTV, and I think it's the basis for all good North American comedy, so I compare everything to that. ~ Melissa Auf der Maur,
1294:Whenever I see 'Dirty Rotten Scoundrels', a total comedy classic, I get the urge to feel the breeze of the south of France in the summer! ~ Gwyneth Paltrow,
1295:Everybody grows up with comedy. I mean, Egyptian comedy has a very, very old tradition. Our theater and our movies are just, like, amazing. ~ Bassem Youssef,
1296:Few things are as uniquely painful as bad comedy, and the realization that the human mind is a house of mirrors with no entrance and no exit. ~ Dov Davidoff,
1297:Humor is very interesting to me. My films are not comedies, but there's comedy in them from time to time, absurdities, just like in real life. ~ David Lynch,
1298:I didn't take anything from anyone - first of all. Second of all, I opened a comedy club with money that I saved over 25 years. I created jobs. ~ Jon Lovitz,
1299:I have to do stand-up. I have to do something comedy-involved every day or else I will lose my mind. I already am, but I would go more nuts. ~ Pete Davidson,
1300:I learned young that moments of comedy during the horror show can be a life raft, enough to keep you bobbing in a violent, killing sea. ~ Karen Marie Moning,
1301:I’m sort of known in the comedy community as “Smooth Sailing,” just ’cause everything always goes great. I’ve always had success at every turn. ~ Jon Glaser,
1302:I tend to find comedy in dark places. I also tend to find comedy in taking on the status quo - which has always been something I find important. ~ Tom Green,
1303:I wanted to write something that would be a comedy in the sense of making people feel happier when they finish it than they did when began it. ~ Neil Gaiman,
1304:Will Ferrell is a dangerous man. If he thinks you're in his way in show business, he will crack your head open. He's the Jeff Gillooly of comedy. ~ Tina Fey,
1305:With a play, you do it and it's gone. Films always date. Television drama always dates. Television comedy, for some reason, seems to go on. ~ Penelope Keith,
1306:You do a movie and, even if it's not a comedy or it's not an action film, you get a little taste of it, and then I want to do it full force. ~ Ashley Greene,
1307:An improper art aims at exciting in the way of comedy the feeling of desire but the feeling which is proper to comic art is the feeling of joy. ~ James Joyce,
1308:Comedy is the ultimate truth. Jazz is hitting the notes that that no one else would hit, and comedy is saying words that no one else would say. ~ Tommy Chong,
1309:For storytelling purposes, there has to be conflict, but that doesn't mean the people have to be mean. I've never liked mean-spirited comedy. ~ Michael Schur,
1310:I can do more than just stand-up comedy, and the only way I'll be able to show that is if I do it myself. Because nobody trusts that I can do it. ~ Dane Cook,
1311:I'd love to do a film with Mariah. But it would have to be a comedy. She's the funniest woman in the world, she just cracks me up all the time. ~ Nick Cannon,
1312:I just love that part of comedy, where you see somebody's jokes develop. They try something new to see what works, and I just love that part. ~ Maria Bamford,
1313:Seeing the energy of 'SNL' made me want to be a part of it. If that was a job, I thought, that was the job I wanted. That was my plan. Comedy. ~ Olivia Wilde,
1314:Stand-up comedy is tough right now. Anybody can come to a concert, tape you, and put you up on the Internet. You either fight it or embrace it. ~ Jeff Dunham,
1315:The world of men show like a comedy without laughter: populations, interests, government, history; 't is all toy figures in a toyhouse. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson,
1316:With comedy, I like to not rehearse and just have fun with it, because I think being spontaneous is the best thing for a comedy, in my opinion. ~ Diora Baird,
1317:And youth, though they see every day the cradle and grave shaped so alike, never believe death will happen to them. I told you it was a comedy. ~ Parke Godwin,
1318:Comedy is frightening at first because you're opening yourself up. When it's just you and people hate it, you're like, "Oh God. Do they hate me?" ~ Colin Jost,
1319:Everyone in comedy thinks if you go to the U.S. you become a global star but, unfortunately, I've always been a bit anti-American - so I never did. ~ Jo Brand,
1320:If you decide to do comedy that involves risk, risk means risk, and you can't complain of flesh wounds if you sit down at the table to play. ~ Sarah Silverman,
1321:I grew up in a house that liked to be funny. Everybody liked to be funny. My family's been...we've been enjoying each other's comedy for years. ~ Adam Sandler,
1322:I like comedy when its mixed with action, it's just so much fun to do comedy with a bit of action, its fun to watch and also so much fun to do. ~ Akshay Kumar,
1323:I’m trying to be the Jay-Z of comedy one day. I don’t know if there’s any comedy moguls out there, but I would love to be the first comedy mogul. ~ J B Smoove,
1324:I still do my comedy and my performance stuff and my acting so it's not all-consuming. But I do find myself drawing more and more these days. ~ Billy Connolly,
1325:I think that every piece has its challenges. I love going back and forth between one and the other. I'll always pick a comedy over a drama. ~ Sigourney Weaver,
1326:I wasn't even a big comedy nerd. A lot of the comedians I know - a lot of my friends are comedians - they knew a lot about comedy growing up. ~ Demetri Martin,
1327:My parents are desperate, they keep saying: 'Please stop doing these angsty roles; make it easier for us.' So, yeah, I'd love to do some comedy. ~ Ruth Wilson,
1328:Pryor's comedy isn't based on suspiciousness about whites, or on anger, either; he's gone way past that. Whites are unbelievable to him. ~ Pauline Kael,
1329:The desire to work with Burrows-Charles was really to change NBC's identity, to say, "We want to be in the sophisticated-adult-comedy business." ~ Amy Poehler,
1330:The only thing I miss from the sitcom format is that immediate gratification of when you're, if we're talking about comedy, of the live audience. ~ Ray Romano,
1331:There are tons of things I'd love to do. I want to do comedy. It's not that I don't want to play a superhero, but I got to play Conan and Drogo. ~ Jason Momoa,
1332:The trick [in comedy] is always to figure out how real you're playing it and how real it's supposed to feel. That's a hard thing to figure out. ~ Michael Cera,
1333:Tragedy turns into comedy when you watch your own drama and realizing it as a mind-created fiction designed to create you a sense of identity. ~ Eckhart Tolle,
1334:Acting can be pretty challenging. I can't say making a romantic comedy is challenging, but to do anything well, you have to put yourself into it. ~ John Cusack,
1335:I always feel so pretentious talking about comedy and deconstructing it. It always feels somehow self-centred to talk about any sort of process. ~ Steve Carell,
1336:I could see how people get addicted to animation, and I understand why it's so great for comedy. You can do whatever you want and it just happens. ~ Adam McKay,
1337:I don't necessarily know much about comedy, I don't spend a lot of time watching it. Mainly because all my life for about 50 years I've had comedy. ~ Eric Idle,
1338:I gravitate towards dark comedy, because I'm a huge fan of dark comedy. I always think the most painful thing that you can laugh at is the best. ~ Jamie Babbit,
1339:I think great humor lies in playing the truth of a situation. I see myself as a performer and that applies to a Greek drama or a modern comedy. ~ Brendan Coyle,
1340:I think of a lot of comedy being watched alone, for some reason. It's surprising to me that people are getting together to watch stand-up comedy. ~ Gary Gulman,
1341:On MySpace ... the whole demographic of the stand-up comedy fan has changed. It's like an indie band thing. People think they've discovered you. ~ Jim Gaffigan,
1342:Wedding Singer taught us we shouldnt be afraid of making people feel emotional in the middle of the movie, rather than just dealing with comedy. ~ Adam Sandler,
1343:We have it on good authority that they might disguise it as a double entendre in a bedroom farce and deliver it up the rear entrance at Comedy. ~ Jasper Fforde,
1344:Ball-tampering. There, I've said it. Things that shouldn't be said: the judge in the Saddam trial appears to be wearing comedy specs and moustache. ~ Eddie Mair,
1345:I do feel I'm kind of a magnet for crazy, and if there isn't enough crazy, I will insert myself in a situation that I feel has comedy potential. ~ Kathy Griffin,
1346:In my banjo show with the Steep Canyon Rangers, I do do comedy during that show. It'd be absurd just to stand there mute and play 25 banjo songs. ~ Steve Martin,
1347:I think comedy has to be an intellectual pursuit. It comes down to logic and analysis. As soon as it becomes emotional, it's not comedy anymore. ~ Ricky Gervais,
1348:I think people are purists about what sketch comedy should be, and I think sometimes having too much fun can be a little annoying to some people. ~ Horatio Sanz,
1349:It takes intelligence to make real comedy, and it takes a reality base to create all that little stuff I like to do that makes you giggle inside. ~ Chris Tucker,
1350:My day jobs... I knew I was bad at those, so I didn't really have the confidence to think that I could do comedy. But I knew I hated the day jobs. ~ Dave Attell,
1351:The Bill Engvall Show' is a comedy about a middle-class family in the Midwest. It's a great family show to watch if you want to laugh and unwind. ~ Nancy Travis,
1352:Entourage [movie] really is established as a genre unto itself, much like the thriller or the horror movie or the comedy. And those things trend. ~ Ryan Reynolds,
1353:[ Gil Cates] said, "You've got a point of view with your magic. There's this comedy to it, there's drama. You're telling stories with magic." ~ David Copperfield,
1354:Human life is a combination of tragedy and comedy. The shapes and designs that surround us are the music accompanying this tragedy and this comedy. ~ Alvar Aalto,
1355:In comedy, reconcilement with life comes at the point when to the tragic sense only an inalienable difference or dissension with life appears. ~ Constance Rourke,
1356:I thought, "I don't want to be the only unfunny guy in this movie. I really would like to be somehow involved in the comedy if I'm going to do it." ~ David Morse,
1357:Sin and grace, absence and presence, tragedy and comedy, they divide the world between them and where they meet head on, the Gospel happens. ~ Frederick Buechner,
1358:Stand-up comedy is the most relaxing thing I do. If I want to unwind and de-stress, I go out and do stand-up, often several shows in a night. ~ Judah Friedlander,
1359:The function of comedy is to dispelunconsciousness by turning the searchlight of the keenest moral and intellectual analysisright on to it. ~ George Bernard Shaw,
1360:There is even - as with no other game - a fascinating detective literature, a wry commentary on the human comedy, implicit in the book of rules. ~ Alistair Cooke,
1361:Tragedy is the shattering of the forms and of our attachment to the forms; comedy, the wild and careless, inexhaustible joy of life invincible. ~ Joseph Campbell,
1362:You can think of Hollywood as high school. TV actors are freshmen, comedy actors are maybe juniors, and dramatic actors - they're the cool seniors. ~ Owen Wilson,
1363:Comedy's my first love. I love that so much. You play comedy in drama, too. The difference between genres doesn't really change the method of acting. ~ Emma Stone,
1364:If you're going through a divorce and you're in a comedy you have to find some way to find the funny side of things even though you might not want to. ~ Alan Ruck,
1365:I'm an actor. I've always been an actor. I've always approached all my comedy as an actor. I don't really care about jokes either. I tire of jokes. ~ Brett Gelman,
1366:I'm going to try really hard not to be bossy, but I've only done stand-up comedy and then my own show where you're the total boss of everything! ~ Rosie O Donnell,
1367:I'm not a natural comedian, as an artist. I studied comedy growing up. I would watch Richard Pryor, Eddie Murphy and Martin Lawrence, all day. ~ Brandon T Jackson,
1368:I really like comedy. There's always a choice, when you're writing: you can either go for the joke or you can go for the story, the important stuff. ~ David Chase,
1369:It doesn't hurt my feeling when I get vilified by fundamentalist religious people. I've actually made comedy out of it. I've made light of that. ~ Richard Dawkins,
1370:Michael Palin decided to give up on his considerable comedy talents to make those dreadfully tedious travel shows. Have you ever tried to watch one? ~ John Cleese,
1371:The arts community still has a long lasting cynicism of the importance, or the artistic value, of comedy. Comedy is just farting about for money. ~ Rowan Atkinson,
1372:Theology is never any help; it is searching in a dark cellar at midnight for a black cat that isn't there.
   ~ Robert Heinlein, JOB: A Comedy of Justice, (1984).,
1373:The only thing I would unequivocally say is that I have never had any interest in romantic comedy I just couldn't do it. I think I'd be terrible. ~ Christian Bale,
1374:When I had my Comedy Central roast, David [Spade] was my first choice to be roastmaster, because I adore him. He's funny as hell, and nobody is meaner. ~ Rob Lowe,
1375:A comedian has to live in his head. All this comedy comes from a lonely place. When you're surrounded by an entourage, you're not living in your head. ~ Chris Rock,
1376:Basically I'm a very serious person, but I think the form it takes with me is comedy. I see the amusing side of all potentially pompous situations. ~ Peter Ustinov,
1377:Comedy, as we said, is an imitation of people of a lower sort, though not in respect to every vice; rather, what is ridiculous is part of what is ugly. ~ Aristotle,
1378:DID STAND-UP COMEDY for eighteen years. Ten of those years were spent learning, four years were spent refining, and four were spent in wild success. ~ Steve Martin,
1379:Everyone has their personal topics. My comedy has always been very strong on observational humor, it stems from what I see every day in my life. ~ Iliza Shlesinger,
1380:I consider my comedy to be dramatic comedy. I always wanted music underscoring the dramatic monologue. It was always drama with comedy, in my head. ~ Molly Shannon,
1381:I don't know what it must be like to be a writer in general, but to be a comedy writer, it's got to be something - it's a very special kind of talent. ~ Edie Falco,
1382:I really love writing comedy. Writing romantic comedy is even nicer because you get to write about how insane we all act when we're falling in love. ~ Pearl Cleage,
1383:I think a lot of people compare female writers or female comedians to each other in a way that men are not. Male comedy writers are not scrutinized. ~ Mindy Kaling,
1384:I was depressed as a child. I found it hard to make friends. My favourite thing was locking myself in the bathroom and practising comedy routines. ~ David Walliams,
1385:My children have made me a better man, which is - in the end, that's probably more important than two more comedy specials or being in better shape. ~ Jim Gaffigan,
1386:Never really intended to be a comedian, just sort of fell into that, but always wanted to be in show business, or something to do with making comedy. ~ Doug Benson,
1387:There’s no such thing as an uninteresting life, such a thing is an impossibility. Beneath the dullest exterior, there is a drama, a comedy, a tragedy. ~ Mark Twain,
1388:There was never yet an uninteresting life. Such a thing is an impossibility. Inside of the dullest exterior there is a drama, a comedy, and a tragedy. ~ Mark Twain,
1389:You don't go to a comedy and try to laugh. You laugh in spite of yourself. You don't just come on stage and cry. Something has pushed you to cry. ~ Penelope Wilton,
1390:You know how they categorize Shakespeare’s plays, right? If it ends with a wedding, it’s a comedy. And if it ends with a funeral, it’s a tragedy. ~ Robyn Schneider,
1391:British comedy - which has been a big inspiration to me for many years - is very different to Australian comedy and different again to American comedy. ~ Jason Gann,
1392:Comedy Central made me delete the Boston Marathon joke. I wasn't happy about it but, despite popular belief, I can occasionally be a team player. ~ Anthony Jeselnik,
1393:Comedy is about talking about my own experience, and I'm a woman, and that's my experience, and just because it isn't yours doesn't invalidate it. ~ Sarah Silverman,
1394:History is thorough, and passes through many phases when it bears an old figure to the grave. The last phase of a world historical figure is its comedy. ~ Karl Marx,
1395:I can't do comedy that is cutting and vicious. If I knew I'd said something that was going to make someone feel bad, well, that supersedes everything. ~ Eugene Levy,
1396:I did a 'Golden Girls' once, which shot in front of an audience, and that went well. I had a good time. But I need an audience, for comedy at least. ~ Dick Van Dyke,
1397:I don't want to be a facilitator for other funny people. It doesn't seem smart for me to be in a comedy and not be funny. My spirit can't take it. ~ Sarah Silverman,
1398:I found doing that kind of comedy without an audience is just... for me, it's almost impossible. You need the audience to do their half of the work. ~ Dick Van Dyke,
1399:If someone like this were to like me, to like my comedy, and to like the way I conduct myself professionally, it would mean that I suck as a person. ~ Patton Oswalt,
1400:I guess my height has hurt me as much as it's helped me. In comedy people don't mind casting tall women next to shorter men. It adds to the humour. ~ Allison Janney,
1401:I love Buster Keaton and I love physical comedy when it's done in an emotionally understated way. I just like to play it, and I need the attention. ~ Demetri Martin,
1402:In the middle of the journey of our life I came to myself in a dark wood where the straight way was lost. —DANTE ALIGHIERI, The Divine Comedy: Canto I ~ Erik Larson,
1403:I would like to do a romantic comedy, but not a romantic comedy that is cheesy. I want to do an old romantic comedy like Roman Holiday or My Fair Lady. ~ Sami Gayle,
1404:Maine Humor” is a very specific subset of comedy. It consists mostly of men with flinty, Down East accents giving bad directions to people from away. ~ John Hodgman,
1405:Tragedy and comedy are simply questions of value; a little misfit in life makes us laugh; a great one is tragedy and cause for expression of grief. ~ Elbert Hubbard,
1406:When you're a stand-up, you play in front of 600 people, and it's all about timing. I could never do stand-up comedy; it would be way too hard for me. ~ Dean Norris,
1407:As a comedian, as an entertainer, there's a lot of downtime. Once you can accept that comedy is a marathon, not a sprint, it gets a little easier. ~ Iliza Shlesinger,
1408:Comedy is all about the joke. Comedies usually don't do anything fancy with the camera [or] the lighting. It doesn't matter. It should never be fancy. ~ Fede Alvarez,
1409:"Entertainers Of Faith," funnyman Jim Gaffigan isn't ashamed of his Catholicism. He's seen here leaving a New York comedy club with his Bible in hand. ~ Jim Gaffigan,
1410:For me, most comedy scripts fail in the mechanical playing-out of the setup. They'll pay lip service to a moral lesson or a psychological progression. ~ Harold Ramis,
1411:I definitely am a huge lover of comedy, and it's only through doing so many comedies that I've realised how much of an influence they've been on me. ~ Bradley Cooper,
1412:If the audience knows what's behind the door and the actor does not, that's comedy. If both the audience and the actor do not know, that's mystery! ~ Melvin Helitzer,
1413:I love Valentine's Day! I love it, I love it, I love it. I like having doors opened for me. My favorite romantic comedy is When Harry Met Sally... ~ Ginnifer Goodwin,
1414:I'm grateful to be working. The most exciting thing for me is that I never get bored - I've done comedy, drama, musical theatre and now Shakespeare. ~ Sheridan Smith,
1415:I'm really not feeling one way or the other with comedy or drama, I'm just sort of doing projects that I've been finding really fun to be a part of. ~ John Krasinski,
1416:I personally have no interest in being a star or a celebrity. I want my stand-up comedy and how I think as a comedian to be recognized and successful. ~ Jim Gaffigan,
1417:The male image has been so pulled down by situation comedy in the last 15 years, it is frightening. I don't like what has happened to the American male. ~ Bill Bixby,
1418:A lot of stand-up comedy guys, when they get a little famous, just give up their stand-up career, and it cancels out the thing that set them apart. ~ Johnny Knoxville,
1419:Among the masked dandies of Edwardian comedy, Max Beerbohm is the most happily armored by a deep and almost innocent love of himself as a work of art. ~ V S Pritchett,
1420:Because it's uncensored cable, I think we'll be able to do the kind of sketch comedy that really hasn't been seen before. We can actually finish jokes. ~ Aries Spears,
1421:Directors, like actors, get typecast. And because I've had great success with comedy and horror and TV shows, that's basically what I'm kind of offered. ~ John Landis,
1422:I feel as if I could be any thing or every thing, as if I could rant and storm, or sigh, or cut capers in any tragedy or comedy in the English language. ~ Jane Austen,
1423:I'll get laughs in the places I don't want them and that makes me realize the direction I want to go in. I don't mean to get too deep into comedy here. ~ Baron Vaughn,
1424:I'm not a comedian. I don't do stand-up. I don't tell jokes. I'm a comedic actor, and approach my work that way. The comedy comes through the character. ~ Eugene Levy,
1425:I've introduced myself with comedy, and once you've introduced yourself as something, that's where people keep you. That's where people like to hold you. ~ Bernie Mac,
1426:I was in NYC during 9/11; it happened on a Tuesday, I was on stage Thursday. It was a small crowd, but it took about 10 days and comedy clubs were packed. ~ Bill Burr,
1427:People don't want to listen to a celebrity tweeting about their charities and shows. That's why comedy writers do well - we put out little funny ideas. ~ Mindy Kaling,
1428:The alumni of Second City from John Belushi to Martin Short have changed my entire life and brought a new kind of comedy to America and the World. ~ Bernie Brillstein,
1429:The best advice I could give someone trying to get into the comedy field is to take advantage of every opportunity you have to work to hone your skills. ~ Bob Newhart,
1430:To me, the script is a living, breathing organism. Comedy is something that is ever-changing and ever-flowing with the vibe and the mood of the movie. ~ Todd Phillips,
1431:What is there to say about ChUC other than it's a comedy show done the right way in the right space. Fantastic comics, welcoming audience. Always great. ~ Kyle Kinane,
1432:When you go out there to do comedy, you feel like you're doing battle with the audience a lot of the time. You're either going to get 'em, or you're not. ~ Rob Riggle,
1433:Before I got addicted to comedy, I was seriously thinking about playing tennis full time. I joined the tennis team and played with a lot of professionals. ~ Carrot Top,
1434:Comedy appeals to the collective mind of the audience and this grows fatigued; while farce appeals to a more robust organ, their collective belly. ~ W Somerset Maugham,
1435:Comedy is much more challenging, because you have to have the same level of belief but you have to make people laugh, and that's definitely a challenge. ~ Jenna Elfman,
1436:Especially while television I think is going through some growing pains or is in need of - I think current comedy is a bit, uh, not happening, you know? ~ Jenna Elfman,
1437:I'm generally not a social dramatist or comedy writer. My interests have always been more in psychological stories or personal relations and comic ideas. ~ Woody Allen,
1438:I think growing up in Indiana prepares anyone for a life in comedy. I do feel like there is a certain kind of self-effacing cynicism among all Hoosiers. ~ Jim Gaffigan,
1439:I try to look on the sunny side of life. If something dramatic happens to me, I always try to recount it as a comedy tale, rather than a victim's story. ~ Suzanne Shaw,
1440:I've always wanted to do a real comedy. I haven't done enough, and it seems silly not to do more, considering the fact that people tend to laugh at me. ~ Tom Hollander,
1441:Society is the picnic certain individuals leave early, the party they fail to enjoy, the musical comedy they find not worth the price of admission. ~ Joyce Carol Oates,
1442:every actor knows that tragedy, being linear and inevitable, is taxing - but comedy, which depends on the element of surprise, is the hardest act of all. ~ Robin Morgan,
1443:Everyone forgets that what's fun about a romantic comedy is how these two people are going to fight with each other and how's that going to be funny. ~ Nicholas Stoller,
1444:I'm not at all funny. I can do dark comedy pretty well, but straight-up comedy, I don't know. I'm much darker. I've been like that since I was 3 years old ~ Rooney Mara,
1445:I've never been a big fan of improvisation, because I think you appreciate the process and the cleverness of it more than the actual comedy in most cases. ~ Alan Thicke,
1446:My theory is, if you can do comedy and you can be in a scene with someone like Brad Garrett and hold your own, you've really got a future in this business. ~ Faith Ford,
1447:Obviously, my stuff has been more in the comedy realm, and I really believe that if I'm laughing behind the camera, then I think the film will be funnier. ~ Will Packer,
1448:Religion theme aside, most of the time I'm in some sort of comedy and I'm a straight man and it's really just, let's wind this guy up and see him explode. ~ Colin Hanks,
1449:The nude thing, I don't know. It's sillier somehow. It's more like physical comedy. But kissing someone, it feels invasive to have everybody watching me. ~ Ilana Glazer,
1450:'The Office' is less a comedy than so many other "comedies" that have been on the air. It's really about the balance between what is real and what is comic. ~ B J Novak,
1451:Comedy is helping a lot at the moment. It also seems to be getting under Trump's skin and revealing a lot about the kind of thin-skinned fool that he is. ~ Sharon Horgan,
1452:I can't pretend that I'm a great student of the art of comedy because anybody that becomes philosophical about humor doesn't know what he's talking about. ~ Jackie Mason,
1453:I think that you can fall into bad habits with comedy... It's a tightrope to stay true to the character, true to the irony, and allow the irony to happen. ~ Ben Kingsley,
1454:It's kind of a camaraderie in the comedy community, people are kind of proud of how badly they go down sometimes, and it's quite nice to join in with that. ~ Amy Hoggart,
1455:Midway upon the journey of our life I found myself within a forest dark, For the straightforward pathway had been lost.” DANTE ALIGHIERI, The Divine Comedy ~ J A Konrath,
1456:Right now, I'd like to just continue on a series where I am doing good work with a balance of comedy and drama. That and do occasional features and movies. ~ Mario Lopez,
1457:Stand-up comedy in the end, unlike the rest of the entertainment industry, is a meritocracy. There's a certain level of undeniability you can work toward. ~ Jim Gaffigan,
1458:The male is always the pawn in a romantic comedy. Come together, break up, go chase her, get her, roll credits. That's what happens in all of them. ~ Matthew McConaughey,
1459:To me, the musical is best when it's a musical comedy. So if you have a very, very funny show, and very good, funny songs, that's what the musical does best. ~ Eric Idle,
1460:"Transparent" is a drama slash comedy series that could, in theory, make the Emmy nominations next year in either of those categories - it's that good. ~ David Bianculli,
1461:What is our life? A play of passion. Our mirth the music of division. Our mother's wombs the tyring houses be, Where we are drest for this short Comedy. ~ Walter Raleigh,
1462:When I was nine I spent a lot of my time reading books about the history of comedy, or listening to the Goons or Hancock, humour from previous generations. ~ Paul Merton,
1463:You know, I've always thought that it would be really funny if somebody made a romantic comedy where absolutely everything went well from beginning to end. ~ Fiona Apple,
1464:You will not leave the theater with nothing to talk about. For me, comedy and tragedy when you get them both in one evening, that's the most satisfying. ~ Cate Blanchett,
1465:Comedy has always been something I love, but for some reason - probably because of the British accent - I've always been pushed toward more period work. ~ Toks Olagundoye,
1466:If we can't have comedy books written about aspects of womanhood without going into a panic attack about it, then we haven't got very far at being equal. ~ Helen Fielding,
1467:In comedy, you have to be unafraid to hang from the tree branch naked in the high wind and you have to be absolutely unafraid to look ridiculous and silly. ~ Matt LeBlanc,
1468:I really enjoy playing that everyman part because that part is us, the audience. And you need somebody inside a comedy to tether the absurdity to reality. ~ Jason Bateman,
1469:I think most people that do comedy write for themselves. I don't think there is any other way you can do it, really. Otherwise it would be quite cynical. ~ David Walliams,
1470:I've remained friends with all of them. We'remaking a fun kids movie and it's a comedy so we're just having fun and running around fighting these aliens. ~ Carter Jenkins,
1471:People talk about songwriting or comedy as creative expression, but life is creative expression. Table-making, even nursing, is extraordinarily creative. ~ John Darnielle,
1472:The interesting trick of comedy, in a lot of ways, is to have both the comedy and the grounding of the real thing. You get a real sense of a human being. ~ Natasha Lyonne,
1473:... the preacher speaks both the word of tragedy and the word of comedy because they are both of them the truth and because Jesus speaks them both... ~ Frederick Buechner,
1474:You wanted to show us…a battle droid? The most incompetent droid soldier in the history of both the Republic and the Empire. A mechanical comedy of errors. ~ Chuck Wendig,
1475:A formula for comedy is comedy equals tragedy plus time. A difficult or uncomfortable situation takes place, and then you laugh about it later down the road. ~ Brian Regan,
1476:All the parts I get offered are character and comedy parts, and I probably wouldn't get them if I had a different face. So I'm glad I have a comedy face. ~ Mackenzie Crook,
1477:Comedy just pokes at problems, rarely confronts them squarely. Drama is like a plate of meat and potatoes, comedy is rather the dessert, a bit like meringue. ~ Woody Allen,
1478:Doing sketch comedy on live television while pregnant is like wearing a sombrero. You can pretend you are a serious person, but the giant hat gives you away. ~ Amy Poehler,
1479:I'm really depressing. Some people watch comedy to relax. I watch 21 Grams. I can recognize sadness and tragedy really easily because it's been with me forever. ~ Lykke Li,
1480:It doesn't look great if you cancel the reigning Best Comedy Program, you know, you're gonna take a hit from a... from sort of a public relations standpoint. ~ Will Arnett,
1481:I think comedy has evolved like every art form, and people probably do less standing around and telling jokes, and more things that have to do with reality. ~ Adam Carolla,
1482:It's hard enough to write a good drama, it's much harder to write a good comedy, and it's hardest of all to write a drama with comedy. Which is what life is. ~ Jack Lemmon,
1483:Our records, if you have a dark sense of humor, were funny, but our records weren't about comedy. They were about protests, fantasy, confrontation and all that. ~ Ice Cube,
1484:We love the Stooges, and young kids today don't watch them. They think it's their dad's comedy. So we thought we could reintroduce them to a new audience. ~ Bobby Farrelly,
1485:Whether it's corporate investigations or comedy, there are certain inherent truths to trying to get what you want while trying to be a decent person doing it. ~ Nick Kroll,
1486:With While You Were Sleeping, it was so much fun and such a Cinderella story, that I didn't want to do another romantic comedy. I wanted to do the opposite. ~ Bill Pullman,
1487:America is a wonderful country! I mean it! No honest writer would challenge that statement! The human comedy never runs out of material! it never lets you down! ~ Tom Wolfe,
1488:Comedy and drama are less ageist media for women than stuff like light entertainment. But in TV or film, women have to be more pleasing on the eye than men. ~ Sharon Horgan,
1489:Comedy is like expensive cheese. Well, it's like cheese, in general. Everybody likes what they like, and everything they don't like, they think is the worst. ~ W Kamau Bell,
1490:Doing comedy for film is always a challenge because you are in the hands of the editor after the fact. I am hoping I can do some more soon, I enjoy doing comedy. ~ Tim Roth,
1491:Every host in Hollywood has made that mistake: “Let’s invite some comedy writers to the party! That’ll brighten things up.” Sure… till the paramedics arrive. ~ Robert McKee,
1492:I am trying to work out what my taste is, comedy-wise. I look up to stand up comedians who appear to be telling the truth, but I don't mind if they are lying. ~ Jessie Cave,
1493:I blame Hollywood for skewing perspectives. Life is just a big romantic comedy to them, and if you meet cute, happily ever-after is a forgone conclusion. ~ Jonathan Tropper,
1494:I went to art school for fine art and then I started doing performance art, and then I started making fun of performance art, and it turned into comedy. ~ Mary Lynn Rajskub,
1495:The history of the relationship between comedy and swimming is short indeed. Of course it is always funny when someone falls into water, but that's about it. ~ Arthur Smith,
1496:The most fun I ever had on a movie was working with Albert Brooks. He's the caviar of comedy. I mean, nobody's funnier; nobody is smarter than Albert Brooks. ~ Sharon Stone,
1497:There can be a science to joke writing, there are certainly rules and patterns that can be followed, but I think most of the best comedy goes beyond the rules. ~ Robin Ince,
1498:The straight man has to know to relate to the comic. When I think of the great comedy teams, I think of Martin & Lewis, Laurel and Hardy, Abbott and Costello. ~ Marty Allen,
1499:When you do comedy in front of an audience, they are the ones who tell you whether it's funny or not and which bits are funny and which bits need to be fixed. ~ John Cleese,
1500:Because I think in order to get famous you have to be known for something. Like 'You're the romantic comedy girl' or 'You're the Oscar-winning whatever girl.' ~ Rachel Weisz,

IN CHAPTERS [108/108]



   26 Integral Yoga
   13 Philosophy
   12 Poetry
   5 Fiction
   4 Occultism
   3 Psychology
   1 Thelema
   1 Mysticism
   1 Christianity
   1 Alchemy


   16 The Mother
   11 Sri Aurobindo
   7 Aristotle
   6 Satprem
   6 Nolini Kanta Gupta
   4 Plato
   3 H P Lovecraft
   3 Dante Alighieri
   3 Aleister Crowley
   2 William Wordsworth
   2 Percy Bysshe Shelley
   2 Jordan Peterson
   2 Friedrich Nietzsche


   34 The Divine Comedy
   7 Poetics
   5 Questions And Answers 1950-1951
   4 Savitri
   4 Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 07
   3 Lovecraft - Poems
   2 Wordsworth - Poems
   2 Words Of The Mother III
   2 Twilight of the Idols
   2 Shelley - Poems
   2 On Thoughts And Aphorisms
   2 Maps of Meaning
   2 Agenda Vol 01


0.00 - The Book of Lies Text, #The Book of Lies, #Aleister Crowley, #Philosophy
    tragic. Perception of this fact is the essence of Comedy.
    "Household Gods" is an attempt to write pure Comedy.
    "The Bacchae" of Euripides is another.
  --
    This is the Comedy of Pan, that man should think
     he hunteth, while those hounds hunt him.
  --
    perceived this truth, or rather the first half of it, Comedy,
    at breakfast at "Au Chien qui Fume".
  --
    O sublime tragedy and Comedy of THE GREAT
     WORK!

0 1958-07-23, #Agenda Vol 01, #unset, #Zen
   But the Supreme Lord answers that the Comedy is not entirely played out, and He adds: Wait for the last act; undoubtedly you will change your mind.
   ***

0 1960-10-22, #Agenda Vol 01, #unset, #Zen
   I think thats what this head came to tell me, and its precisely whats wrong in the Ashrameverything here is done in agitation, absolutely everything. So its constantly a Comedy of errors; someone speaks, the other doesnt listen and responds all wrong, and nothing gets done. Someone asks one thing, another answers to something elsebah! Its a dreadful con-fu-sion.
   (silence)

0 1962-10-12, #Agenda Vol 03, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
   Actually, if you look at things closely, youre forced to conclude that the Lord is acting out a tremendous Comedy for Himself, that the Manifestation is a Comedy Hes playing with and for Himself!
   He has put Himself in the role of spectator and Hes watching Himself. And to watch Himself, He has to accept the notion of time and spaceo therwise He cant watch Himself! And immediately the whole Comedy begins. But its a Comedy and nothing more!
   And were the puppets, eh! Thats why we take it so seriously. But as soon as we stop being puppets, we realize its a Comedy.
   For some people its a real tragedy, too.
  --
   So you see, the only one whos not worried is the one watching the show, because he knows everything thats going to happen. He has an absolute knowledge of everything, everything that is happening, has happened or will happen for him, its all ONE presence. And then there are the actors, the poor actors, who dont even know their roles very well. They worry and fret because theyre being made to play something and they dont know what it is. Ive just had a very strong sense of this: were all playing parts in the Comedy, but we dont know what the Comedy is, nor where its going, where its coming from, nor what its all about. We just barely know (and poorly, at that) what were supposed to do at a given moment. And knowing it so poorly, we worry about it. But when you know everything, you cant worry any moreyou smile. He must be having great fun, but for us. And yet we are given the FULL POWER to have just as much fun as He does.
   We just dont take the trouble to do it.

0 1963-10-05, #Agenda Vol 04, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
   But there are some beings that have been in two or three persons: for example, a vital being that went from one person to another (a being I know very well, so I know it happened that way), and what I saw was the BEING, not the different persons. A vital, female-looking being (they take on a sexual appearance when they have been in human beings: they retain the female or male appearance), a female-looking being, and just when the question of preparing my bath arose (always that bath Ill have to find out what it means), she had something very urgent to do, went into her room, then (laughing) came out again a minute later with a dress a sort of green dressgrass green but brightwith an immense train! And she walked past so proudly: Yes, I wanted to show them who I am. What an admirable Comedy! If I had the time to write, it could make utterly charming stories.
   But Ill have to find out what that bath is which comes repeatedly.

0 1965-11-23, #Agenda Vol 06, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
   And for everything, you know. The one point in human life where it has assumed cardinal importance is love. Vital passions and attractions have almost in every case taken the place of the true feeling, which is tranquil, while that makes you bubble with excitement, it gives you the feeling of something living. Its very deceptive. And you can know this, feel it, perceive it clearly only when you know the True Thing; if you have touched true love through the psychic and through divine union, then it [vital love] appears hollow, thin, empty: an appearance and a dramamore often a tragedy than a Comedy.
   All that you can say about it, all that you can explain about it is perfectly useless, because the one who has been caught will instantly say, Oh, its not like with otherswhat happens to you is never like what happens to others (!) Whats needed is the Thing, the true experience then the whole Vital is seen as a masqueradenot an alluring one.

0 1968-10-09, #Agenda Vol 09, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
   I have an idea that there also exists a world of medicines which is like that! Because the same medicine, given at different times for the same troubles, produces different results the same medicine. So if, from within, you make a resolve, if you say, You will agree with the medicine (to find out its precise action), then a sort of mischievous little spirit comes and says (in a mocking tone), Whats wrong with you?! But the medicine knows nothing about it, because depending on the case Ah, let me tell you, its a Comedy!
   And almost everything is like that, almost everything. And in the end But I must say that two or three times I wondered if I wasnt on the verge of madness; two or three times I wondered if EVERYTHING wasnt like that, except the Supreme.

02.05 - The Godheads of the Little Life, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  They set the mosaic of our Comedy
  Or plan the trivial tragedy of our days,

02.07 - The Descent into Night, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
    Mocked at the sinister Comedy of life.
    Announcing the advent of a perilous Form

02.13 - In the Self of Mind, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  A stage for the Comedy of Ignorance.
  The world seemed a long aeonic failure's scene:

07.05 - The Finding of the Soul, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  In the Divine Comedy a participant,
  The Spirit's conscious representative,

1.01 - 'Imitation' the common principle of the Arts of Poetry., #Poetics, #Aristotle, #Philosophy
  Epic poetry and Tragedy, Comedy also and Dithyrambic: poetry, and the music of the flute and of the lyre in most of their forms, are all in their general conception modes of imitation. They differ, however, from one: another in three respects,--the medium, the objects, the manner or mode of imitation, being in each case distinct.
  For as there are persons who, by conscious art or mere habit, imitate and represent various objects through the medium of colour and form, or again by the voice; so in the arts above mentioned, taken as a whole, the imitation is produced by rhythm, language, or 'harmony,' either singly or combined.
  --
  There are, again, some arts which employ all the means above mentioned, namely, rhythm, tune, and metre. Such are Dithyrambic and Nomic poetry, and also Tragedy and Comedy; but between them the difference is, that in the first two cases these means are all employed in combination, in the latter, now one means is employed, now another.
  Such, then, are the differences of the arts with respect to the medium of imitation.

1.01 - The Dark Forest. The Hill of Difficulty. The Panther, the Lion, and the Wolf. Virgil., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.01 - The Divine and The Universe, #Words Of The Mother III, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  But the Supreme Lord answers that the Comedy has not yet been completely played out, and He adds, Wait for the last act; no doubt you will change your mind.
  23 July 1958

1.01 - The Unexpected, #Twelve Years With Sri Aurobindo, #Nirodbaran, #Integral Yoga
  Things were moving quite well. No more shadows to overcast our days. We were as merry and buoyant as the spring, our faces shining and hearts singing in the bliss of the divine company and laughing with the delightful humour of the evening talks. We were now looking forward to the day when the splints would be removed. People started asking if there was any chance of a Darshan in February. They would sorely miss it. The specialist had advised, because of the seriousness of the case and the advanced age of the patient, to keep the plaster on for ten weeks. Dr. Rao, on the other hand wanted for the same reasons, to cut the period to six weeks, for, he said, firm bony union must have already taken place and the very age of the patient should militate against a long static condition in bed, as bed-sores and congestion of the lungs might set in. In fact, these had appeared and cleared up. So a Comedy ensued on the proverbial difference between doctors. Dr. Rao visited us frequently and insisted every time that these splints be removed. It pained him, he said, to see the Master being confined unnecessarily for such a long wearisome period, and he said he had raised the matter with the specialist but they agreed to differ! He quoted his own hospital experiences in his favour. Though ten weeks was too long a period, none of us were willing to take the risk. "What risk is there?" he argued. "Besides, Sri Aurobindo is an extraordinary patient; we can expect him to take good care of himself." As a result of his repeated insistence, the Mother at last asked Sri Aurobindo to adjudicate. He replied, "If I am an extraordinary patient, I must take extraordinary precaution too. The forces are quite active. I can't trust that I won't make some awkward movement in sleep. Between ten weeks and six, let us come to a compromise and put it to eight weeks." Dr. Rao was apparently satisfied. "Doctors differ" became henceforth a savoury gibe! In view of the complications that followed later on I am inclined to believe that Dr. Rao, was right in his opinion, but his rather ebullient personality failed to carry weight.
  There was another unexpected visitor. Dr. Savoor, Principal of a College in the South, and an amateur homeopath. I do not know how he gained entry into the sanctuary. Since homeopathy claimed to have some good remedies for hastening bony union, he was perhaps given a chance with the Mother's consent. But there was no way of ascertaining the effect of the treatment. It did no harm, I suppose. Satyendra reminded me that at Dr. Savoor's suggestion, a homeopathic drug Nux Vomica X had been tried for Sri Aurobindo's constipation at the beginning. That having failed a higher potency 200 of the same drug was given and it produced a good effect.

1.02 - MAPS OF MEANING - THREE LEVELS OF ANALYSIS, #Maps of Meaning, #Jordan Peterson, #Psychology
  black Comedy; she lies in wait for the purposefully ignorant like a crocodile waits in the bog. She is the
  mystery of life that can never be mastered; she grows ever more menacing with every retreat.

1.02 - The Descent. Dante's Protest and Virgil's Appeal. The Intercession of the Three Ladies Benedight., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.02 - The Objects of Imitation., #Poetics, #Aristotle, #Philosophy
  Now it is evident that each of the modes of imitation above mentioned will exhibit these differences, and become a distinct kind in imitating objects that are thus distinct. Such diversities may be found even in dancing, flute-playing, and lyre-playing. So again in language, whether prose or verse unaccompanied by music. Homer, for example, makes men better than they are; Cleophon as they are; Hegemon the Thasian, the inventor of parodies, and Nicochares, the author of the Deiliad, worse than they are. The same thing holds good of Dithyrambs and Nomes; here too one may portray different types, as Timotheus and Philoxenus differed in representing their Cyclopes. The same distinction marks off Tragedy from Comedy; for Comedy aims at representing men as worse, Tragedy as better than in actual life.
  author class:Aristotle

1.03 - Concerning the Archetypes, with Special Reference to the Anima Concept, #The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  23 Guillaume wrote three Pelerinages in the manner of the Divine Comedy, but
  independently of Dante, between 1330 and 1350. He was Prior of the Cistercian

1.03 - The Gate of Hell. The Inefficient or Indifferent. Pope Celestine V. The Shores of Acheron. Charon. The, #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.03 - The Manner of Imitation., #Poetics, #Aristotle, #Philosophy
  These, then, as we said at the beginning, are the three differences which distinguish artistic imitation,--the medium, the objects, and the manner. So that from one point of view, Sophocles is an imitator of the same kind as Homer--for both imitate higher types of character; from another point of view, of the same kind as Aristophanes--for both imitate persons acting and doing. Hence, some say, the name of 'drama' is given to such poems, as representing action. For the same reason the Dorians claim the invention both of Tragedy and Comedy. The claim to Comedy is put forward by the Megarians,--not only by those of Greece proper, who allege that it originated under their democracy, but also by the Megarians of Sicily, for the poet Epicharmus, who is much earlier than Chionides and Magnes, belonged to that country. Tragedy too is claimed by certain Dorians of the Peloponnese. In each case they appeal to the evidence of language. The outlying villages, they say, are by them called {kappa omega mu alpha iota}, by the Athenians {delta eta mu iota}: and they assume that Comedians were so named not from {kappa omega mu 'alpha zeta epsilon iota nu}, 'to revel,' but because they wandered from village to village (kappa alpha tau alpha / kappa omega mu alpha sigma), being excluded contemptuously from the city. They add also that the Dorian word for 'doing' is {delta rho alpha nu}, and the Athenian, {pi rho alpha tau tau epsilon iota nu}.
  This may suffice as to the number and nature of the various modes of imitation.

1.04 - The First Circle, Limbo Virtuous Pagans and the Unbaptized. The Four Poets, Homer, Horace, Ovid, and Lucan. The Noble Castle of Philosophy., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.04 - The Origin and Development of Poetry., #Poetics, #Aristotle, #Philosophy
  As, in the serious style, Homer is pre-eminent among poets, for he alone combined dramatic form with excellence of imitation, so he too first laid down the main lines of Comedy, by dramatising the ludicrous instead of writing personal satire. His Margites bears the same relation to Comedy that the Iliad and Odyssey do to Tragedy. But when Tragedy and Comedy came to light, the two classes of poets still followed their natural bent: the lampooners became writers of Comedy, and the Epic poets were succeeded by Tragedians, since the drama was a larger and higher form of art.
  Whether Tragedy has as yet perfected its proper types or not; and whether it is to be judged in itself, or in relation also to the audience,--this raises another question. Be that as it may, Tragedy--as also Comedy--was at first mere improvisation. The one originated with the authors of the Dithyramb, the other with those of the phallic songs, which are still in use in many of our cities. Tragedy advanced by slow degrees; each new element that showed itself was in turn developed.
  Having passed through many changes, it found its natural form, and there it stopped.

1.04 - THE STUDY (The Compact), #Faust, #Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, #Poetry
  I'll play the Comedy with art.
  (He disguises himself.)

1.05 - Definition of the Ludicrous, and a brief sketch of the rise of Comedy., #Poetics, #Aristotle, #Philosophy
  object:1.05 - Definition of the Ludicrous, and a brief sketch of the rise of Comedy.
   Comedy is, as we have said, an imitation of characters of a lower type, not, however, in the full sense of the word bad, the Ludicrous being merely a subdivision of the ugly. It consists in some defect or ugliness which is not painful or destructive. To take an obvious example, the comic mask is ugly and distorted, but does not imply pain.
  The successive changes through which Tragedy passed, and the authors of these changes, are well known, whereas Comedy has had no history, because it was not at first treated seriously. It was late before the Archon granted a comic chorus to a poet; the performers were till then voluntary. Comedy had already taken definite shape when comic poets, distinctively so called, are heard of. Who furnished it with masks, or prologues, or increased the number of actors,--these and other similar details remain unknown. As for the plot, it came originally from Sicily; but of Athenian writers Crates was the first who, abandoning the 'iambic' or lampooning form, generalised his themes and plots.
  Epic poetry agrees with Tragedy in so far as it is an imitation in verse of characters of a higher type. They differ, in that Epic poetry admits but one kind of metre, and is narrative in form. They differ, again, in their length: for Tragedy endeavours, as far as possible, to confine itself to a single revolution of the sun, or but slightly to exceed this limit; whereas the Epic action has no limits of time. This, then, is a second point of difference; though at first the same freedom was admitted in Tragedy as in Epic poetry.

1.05 - Splitting of the Spirit, #The Red Book Liber Novus, #unset, #Zen
  I was afflicted with pain and rage, and I answered back, How painful, my soul, to hear you use hollow words; I feel sick. Comedy and drivel but I yearn. I can also crawl through mud and the most despised banality. I can also eat dust; that is part of Hell. I do not yield, I am defiant. You can go on devising torments, spider-legged
  Splitting of the Spirit

1.05 - THE HOSTILE BROTHERS - ARCHETYPES OF RESPONSE TO THE UNKNOWN, #Maps of Meaning, #Jordan Peterson, #Psychology
  holiday, satirical Comedy and masquerade, military rule, obedience and efficiency: death camp the very
  devils idea of a joke, of camp; black humor and vacation paradise; the dystopian state induced in reality by
  --
  This U-shaped pattern, approximate as it is, recurs in literature as the standard shape of Comedy, where a series of
  misfortunes and misunderstandings brings the action to a threateningly low point, after which some fortunate twist
  in the plot sends the conclusion up to a happy ending. The entire Bible, viewed as a divine Comedy, is contained
  within a U-shaped story of this sort, one in which man, as explained, loses the tree and water of life at the beginning

1.05 - The Second Circle The Wanton. Minos. The Infernal Hurricane. Francesca da Rimini., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.06 - Definition of Tragedy., #Poetics, #Aristotle, #Philosophy
  Of the poetry which imitates in hexameter verse, and of Comedy, we will speak hereafter. Let us now discuss Tragedy, resuming its formal definition, as resulting from what has been already said.
  Tragedy, then, is an imitation of an action that is serious, complete, and of a certain magnitude; in language embellished with each kind of artistic ornament, the several kinds being found in separate parts of the play; in the form of action, not of narrative; through pity and fear effecting the proper purgation of these emotions. By 'language embellished,' I mean language into which rhythm, 'harmony,' and song enter. By 'the several kinds in separate parts,' I mean, that some parts are rendered through the medium of verse alone, others again with the aid of song.

1.06 - The Third Circle The Gluttonous. Cerberus. The Eternal Rain. Ciacco. Florence., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.07 - The Fourth Circle The Avaricious and the Prodigal. Plutus. Fortune and her Wheel. The Fifth Circle The Irascible and the Sullen. Styx., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.08 - Phlegyas. Philippo Argenti. The Gate of the City of Dis., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.09 - (Plot continued.) Dramatic Unity., #Poetics, #Aristotle, #Philosophy
  Alcibiades did or suffered. In Comedy this is already apparent: for here the poet first constructs the plot on the lines of probability, and then inserts characteristic names;--unlike the lampooners who write about particular individuals. But tragedians still keep to real names, the reason being that what is possible is credible: what has not happened we do not at once feel sure to be possible: but what has happened is manifestly possible: otherwise it would not have happened. Still there are even some tragedies in which there are only one or two well known names, the rest being fictitious. In others, none are well known, as in
  Agathon's Antheus, where incidents and names alike are fictitious, and yet they give none the less pleasure. We must not, therefore, at all costs keep to the received legends, which are the usual subjects of

1.09 - SKIRMISHES IN A WAY WITH THE AGE, #Twilight of the Idols, #Friedrich Nietzsche, #Philosophy
  even from grazing a stone, would present a Comedy to Csar Borgia's
  contemporaries which would literally make them die of laughter. We are

1.09 - The Furies and Medusa. The Angel. The City of Dis. The Sixth Circle Heresiarchs., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.10 - Farinata and Cavalcante de' Cavalcanti. Discourse on the Knowledge of the Damned., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.11 - The Broken Rocks. Pope Anastasius. General Description of the Inferno and its Divisions., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.12 - The Minotaur. The Seventh Circle The Violent. The River Phlegethon. The Violent against their Neighbours. The Centaurs. Tyrants., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.13 - The Wood of Thorns. The Harpies. The Violent against themselves. Suicides. Pier della Vigna. Lano and Jacopo da Sant' Andrea., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.14 - IMMORTALITY AND SURVIVAL, #The Perennial Philosophy, #Aldous Huxley, #Philosophy
  More precisely, good men spiritualize their mind-bodies; bad men incarnate and mentalize their spirits. The completely spiritualized mind-body is a Tathagata, who doesnt go anywhere when he dies, for the good reason that he is already, actually and consciously, where everyone has always potentially been without knowing. The person who has not, in this life, gone into Thusness, into the eternal principle of all states of being, goes at death into some particular state, either purgatorial or paradisal. In the Hindu scriptures and their commentaries several different kinds of posthumous salvation are distinguished. The thus-gone soul is completely delivered into complete union with the divine Ground; but it is also possible to achieve other kinds of mukti, or liberation, even while retaining a form of purified I-consciousness. The nature of any individuals deliverance after death depends upon three factors: the degree of holiness achieved by him while in the body, the particular aspect of the divine Reality to which he gave his primary allegiance, and the particular path he chose to follow. Similarly, in the Divine Comedy, Paradise has its various circles; but whereas in the oriental eschatologies the saved soul can go out of even sublimated individuality, out of survival even in some kind of celestial time, to a complete deliverance into the eternal, Dantes souls remain for ever where (after passing through the unmeritorious sufferings of purgatory) they find themselves as the result of their single incarnation in a body. Orthodox Christian doctrine does not admit the possibility, either in the posthumous state or in some other embodiment, of any further growth towards the ultimate perfection of a total union with the Godhead. But in the Hindu and Buddhist versions of the Perennial Philosophy the divine mercy is matched by the divine patience: both are infinite. For oriental theologians there is no eternal damnation; there are only purgatories and then an indefinite series of second chances to go forward towards not only mans, but the whole creations final endtotal reunion with the Ground of all being.
  Preoccupation with posthumous deliverance is not one of the means to such deliverance, and may easily, indeed, become an obstacle in the way of advance towards it. There is not the slightest reason to suppose that ardent spiritualists are more likely to be saved than those who have never attended a sance or familiarized themselves with the literature, speculative or evidential. My intention here is not to add to that literature, but rather to give the baldest summary of what has been written about the subject of survival within the various religious traditions.

1.14 - The Sand Waste and the Rain of Fire. The Violent against God. Capaneus. The Statue of Time, and the Four Infernal Rivers., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.15 - Prayers, #Words Of The Mother III, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
      Thy Consciousness, Thy Beauty and Thy Force, all existence is a sinister and grotesque Comedy.
      *

1.15 - The Violent against Nature. Brunetto Latini., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.16 - Guidoguerra, Aldobrandi, and Rusticucci. Cataract of the River of Blood., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity
  Of this my Comedy to thee I swear,
  So may they not be void of lasting favour,

1.17 - Geryon. The Violent against Art. Usurers. Descent into the Abyss of Malebolge., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.18 - The Eighth Circle, Malebolge The Fraudulent and the Malicious. The First Bolgia Seducers and Panders. Venedico Caccianimico. Jason. The Second Bolgia Flatterers. Allessio Interminelli. Thais., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.19 - The Third Bolgia Simoniacs. Pope Nicholas III. Dante's Reproof of corrupt Prelates., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

12.05 - The World Tragedy, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 04, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Dante, the great Christian poet speaks likewise of a life in Hell and a life in Paradise, first, the tragedy, the life of sorrows, transmuted in the end into the Divine Comedy, the life of happiness and bliss. There is an intermediary passage in between through which the poet leads us from the one to the other: the transition is spoken of as a stage of purification through which one has to pass to shake off the human dross from his nature and put on and become in substance the noble metal.
   It is to be noted that death does not mean literally or exclusively the physical event, disintegration and disappearance of the body: it is rather the symbol of the corrosive consciousness of the ordinary ignorant life. There is the ignorant consciousness making up the lower half circle of the integral life and there is the luminous consciousness making up the higher half circle. In between there is, as I have said, a border range which partakes of the nature of both. In psychological terms, the lower is the predominantly vital and physical ranges with a modicum of the mental shading into the higher mental. Up till here it is more or less the region of ignorance. Then comes the higher mind with its aspiring will: this is the purificatory agent the purgatory the crucible where forces are generated to stir and change and renovate the inferior sphere of our life. Indeed it is the region of the j-cakra in Tantric terminology: in modern terms you may call it the control-room, or in most modern lunar vocabulary, the command-module. It is from here that the first changes towards a higher and purer functioning are initiated in our lower limbs, the body, the vital and even the lower mental. Beyond is the overhead and overmental and still higher ranges. The luminous consciousness, the touch of immortality begins with the overhead and the overmental. As we enter the overhead, we shake off the shadow of death upon us and our mortal nature. The Upanishad speaks of two kinds of knowledge that have to be known, two forms of consciousness that have to be acquired in order to become the full integral Divine being. First you have to know, to become aware of the existence of ignorance, the primal or primitive nature and through that awareness or knowledge probe into its character and movement and destiny. Ignorance, pure ignorance leads towards disintegration and death, but to be aware of the ignorance is already a step towards enlightening the ignorance and redeeming it into knowledge. By this knowledge of the ignorance you release it from the grip of death; when you have the full consciousness of the ignorance you transcend the region of death, and free from death, free from ignorance you have the knowledge of knowledge and with the knowledge of knowledge, that is to say, with the full revelation of it you are one with Truth that is Immortality. The delight of immortality is love; love's own status and home is Paradise.

1.20 - The Fourth Bolgia Soothsayers. Amphiaraus, Tiresias, Aruns, Manto, Eryphylus, Michael Scott, Guido Bonatti, and Asdente. Virgil reproaches Dante's Pity., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.21 - The Fifth Bolgia Peculators. The Elder of Santa Zita. Malacoda and other Devils., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity
  Of which my Comedy cares not to sing,
  We came along, and held the summit, when

1.22 - Ciampolo, Friar Gomita, and Michael Zanche. The Malabranche quarrel., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.23 - Escape from the Malabranche. The Sixth Bolgia Hypocrites. Catalano and Loderingo. Caiaphas., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.24 - The Seventh Bolgia - Thieves. Vanni Fucci. Serpents., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.25 - Vanni Fucci's Punishment. Agnello Brunelleschi, Buoso degli Abati, Puccio Sciancato, Cianfa de' Donati, and Guercio Cavalcanti., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.26 - The Eighth Bolgia Evil Counsellors. Ulysses and Diomed. Ulysses' Last Voyage., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.27 - Guido da Montefeltro. His deception by Pope Boniface VIII., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.28 - The Ninth Bolgia Schismatics. Mahomet and Ali. Pier da Medicina, Curio, Mosca, and Bertr and de Born., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.29 - Geri del Bello. The Tenth Bolgia Alchemists. Griffolino d' Arezzo and Capocchino. The many people and the divers wounds, #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.30 - Other Falsifiers or Forgers. Gianni Schicchi, Myrrha, Adam of Brescia, Potiphar's Wife, and Sinon of Troy., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.31 - The Giants, Nimrod, Ephialtes, and Antaeus. Descent to Cocytus., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.32 - The Ninth Circle Traitors. The Frozen Lake of Cocytus. First Division, Caina Traitors to their Kindred. Camicion de' Pazzi. Second Division, Antenora Traitors to their Country. Dante questions Bocca degli, #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.33 - Count Ugolino and the Archbishop Ruggieri. The Death of Count Ugolino's Sons., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.34 - Fourth Division of the Ninth Circle, the Judecca Traitors to their Lords and Benefactors. Lucifer, Judas Iscariot, Brutus, and Cassius. The Chasm of Lethe. The Ascent., #The Divine Comedy, #Dante Alighieri, #Christianity

1.63 - Fear, a Bad Astral Vision, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Philosophy
    This is the Comedy of Pan, that man should think he hunteth, while those hounds hunt him.
    This is the Tragedy of Man, when facing Love and Death he turns to bay.

1914 06 24p, #Prayers And Meditations, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
   From the point of view of the manifestation, the work to be carried forward upon earth, a hierarchy is needed but in this world which is still in disorder, can it be established unarbitrarily, that is, in perfect conformity with Thy law? The witness being, calm, indifferent, smiling, looks upon the play, the Comedy which is unfolding itself, and awaits circumstances with serenity, knowing that they are nothing but a very imperfect translation of what should be.
   But the religious being turns to Thee, O Lord, in a great aspiration of love, and implores Thy help so that it may be the best that shall be realised, so that as many obstacles as possible may be overcome, all possible obscurities dispelled, all possible egoistic ill-will vanquished. It is not the best possible in circumstances of the present disorder which must happen for that always happensit is these circumstances themselves which, through a greater effort than ever yet was made, must be transfigured, so that a best, new in quality, new in quantity, an altogether exceptional best may be manifested.

1951-01-15 - Sincerity - inner discernment - inner light. Evil and imbalance. Consciousness and instruments., #Questions And Answers 1950-1951, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  If in your mind you go over the various movements and reactions of the day like one repeating indefinitely the same thing, you will not progress. If this reviewing is to make you progress, you must find something within you in whose light you yourself can be your own judge, something which represents for you the best part of yourself, which has some light, some goodwill and which precisely is in love with progress. Place that before you and, first of all, pass across it as at a cinema all that you have done, all that you have felt, your impulses, your thoughts, etc.; then try to coordinate them, that is, find out why this has followed that. And look at the luminous screen that is before you: certain things pass across it well, without throwing a shadow; others, on the contrary, throw a little shadow; others yet cast a shadow altogether black and disagreeable. You must do this very sincerely, as though you were playing a game: under such circumstances I did such and such a thing, feeling like this and thinking in this way; I have before me my ideal of knowledge and self-mastery, well, was this act in keeping with my ideal or not? If it was, it would not leave any shadow on the screen, which would remain transparent, and one would not have to worry about it. If it is not in conformity, it casts a shadow. Why has it left this shadow? What was there in this act that was contrary to the will to self-knowledge and self-mastery? Most often you will find that it corresponds to unconsciousness then you file it among unconscious things and resolve that next time you will try to be conscious before doing anything. But in other cases you will see that it was a nasty little egoism, quite black, which had come to distort your action or your thought. Then you place this egoism before your light and ask yourself: Why has it the right to make me act like that, think like that? And instead of accepting any odd explanation you must search and you will find in a corner of your being something which thinks and says, Ah, no, I shall accept everything but that. You will see that it is a petty vanity, a movement of self-love, an egoistic feeling hidden somewhere, a hundred things. Then you take a good look at these things in the light of your ideal: Is cherishing this movement in conformity with my seeking and the realisation of my ideal or not? I put this little dark corner in front of the light until the light enters into it and it disappears. Then the Comedy is over. But the Comedy of your whole day is not finished yet, you know, for there are many things which have to pass thus before the light. But if you continue this game for truly it is a game, if you do this sincerely I assure you that in six months you will not recognise yourself, you will say to yourself, What? I was like that! It is impossible!
  You may be five years old or twenty, fifty or sixty and yet transform yourself in this way by putting everything before this inner light. You will see that the elements which do not conform with your ideal are not generally elements which you have to throw wholly out of yourself (there are very few of this kind); they are simply things not in their place. If you organise everythingyour feelings, your thoughts, your impulses, etc,around the psychic centre which is the inner light, you will see that all inner disorder will change into a luminous order.

1951-01-25 - Needs and desires. Collaboration of the vital, mind an accomplice. Progress and sincerity - recognising faults. Organising the body - illness - new harmony - physical beauty., #Questions And Answers 1950-1951, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  It is this which is so wonderful. I believe the vital is very conscious of its power and that is why it is important: it has that dynamic energy which makes no difficulty too difficult for it; but it must be on the right side. If it collaborates, everything is wonderful, but it is not easy to get from it this constant collaboration. It is a very good worker, it works very, very well, but in working it seeks always its own satisfaction, it wants to get something from the work, all the pleasure that can be drawn from it, all the advantage that can be had, and when this satisfaction is not given for one reason or another (there may be many reasons), it is not happy, not at all happy: Thats not fair, I work, and I am given nothing in return; then it sulks, it does not move, it keeps mum, and at times it says, I do not exist. Then all energy runs out from the body, you get tired, exhausted, you can no longer do anything. And all of a sudden this becomes worse, for I must tell you that the mind is very friendly with the vitalnot the reasoning mind but the physical mind is very, very friendly with the vital; so, as soon as the vital begins to say, I have nothing to do with that, I have been badly treated, I wont have anything to do with it, the mind naturally comes in to encourage it, to explain, give good reasons, and it is the same old story: Life is not worth living, people are truly disgusting and all circumstances are against me, it is better to leave it all, and so on. This happens very often, but at times there is a little glimmer of reason somewhere which tells you, Ah, enough of this Comedy!
  But if this becomes very strong and you do not react in time, then you fall into despair: Really this life is not made for people like me; I would be happier elsewhere, in heaven where everybody is very nice and one can do whatever one wants, etc., whence paradisiac conceptionsindeed I think it is these two accomplices, the mind and the vital, who have invented paradise! For if life, existence, does not conform to your desires, you begin to lament: Oh, I have had enough of it, this world is miserable and deceitful, I want to die. Then there is a moment when this situation becomes serious; discouragement changes into revolt and depression into dissatisfaction: I speak of people who are rather ill-natured there are people who are ill-natured (it is not their fault!) and there are people who are good-natured (it is not their fault either!) but things are like thatwell, those who are ill-natured get angry, revolt, want to break and pull down everything: You will see, they do not do what I want, they will be punished! Then this becomes a little more serious, because the mind is always there to serve as the accomplice and it begins to have wonderful ideas of revengefrom discouragement you do one kind of stupid thing, from wickedness you do another. The stupidities of discouragement concern you personally, whilst the stupidities of wickedness concern others; and sometimes these latter stupidities are very serious. If you have a little goodwill, it is better at the time when such fits seize you to make it a rule not to stir, telling yourself, I am not going to move, I shall wait for the storm to pass, for in a few moments one can destroy or ruin months of regular effort.

1951-02-17 - False visions - Offering ones will - Equilibrium - progress - maturity - Ardent self-giving- perfecting the instrument - Difficulties, a help in total realisation - paradoxes - Sincerity - spontaneous meditation, #Questions And Answers 1950-1951, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
   I dont think it is this that people mean when they speak of false visions. They say false visions when they have seen something which they believe does not exist; and the reply I always give them is, Had you already thought of what you saw? Had you made an effort to see it? Was it in your imagination or your wish? If so, it must be false. What you are now asking is something else: these spirits who pretend to be what they are not in reality, if you believe them, it does not mean that your vision is false, but that the interpretation of your vision is false, that you do not have the necessary discernment to perceive the deception. I had with me for a long time people who said they had seen me (seen me with quite absurd consequences; all sorts of disastrous things happened to them); it was certain forces trying to make them believe it was I. I gave them a very simple means of putting an end to this Comedy.
   There is also something else: I am called and I answer; but what people see afterwards, the result, is almost always the product of their own mental formation. They want me to do a certain thing and that is what happens. And I verify this, you see, when they come and tell me, Tonight you came; as a matter of fact, they had called me and I had gone there, but I compare what really happened with what they saw, and very often there is a very big difference, which comes precisely from the desire they have mixed up with their perception. Then I could say, Your vision is partly false; the fact that I came is true, but what you made me do, it is you who made me do it!

1951-02-22 - Surrender, offering, consecration - Experiences and sincerity - Aspiration and desire - Vedic hymns - Concentration and time, #Questions And Answers 1950-1951, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
   If you are not sincere, you may have wonderful experiences, but these have no value either for you or for others. You should distrust your thought a good deal, for the mind is a wonderful constructor and it can give you wonderful experiences solely by its work of formation; but these experiences have no value. It is hence preferable not to know beforeh and what is going to happen. For even with a great will to be sincere, the mind fabricates so much and so well that it can present to you a wonderful picture or even play for you a splendid Comedy without your being aware of it, by its sheer power of formation, and it is very difficult to find out. Hence one essential condition for having true experiences: leave this machine in quietness; the less it moves, the better it is, and beware of everything it imagines for you.
   What is the difference between aspiration and a demand?

1951-04-19 - Demands and needs - human nature - Abolishing the ego - Food- tamas, consecration - Changing the nature- the vital and the mind - The yoga of the body - cellular consciousness, #Questions And Answers 1950-1951, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
   And the great habit of depending upon the will of others, the consciousness of others, the reactions of others (of others and of all things), this kind of universal Comedy at which all play to all and everything plays to everything, ought to be replaced by an absolute, spontaneous sincerity of consecration.
   It is evident that this perfection of sincerity is possible only in the most material part of the consciousness.

1953-09-16, #Questions And Answers 1953, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
   This is said of actors who show off in a Comedy, but the word is used also in speaking of someone who over-estimates his value, who shows more than he has, displays more than he really has and who thinks above all of getting appreciated. That is the most important thing for him, to be appreciated.
   How can memory be increased?

1954-07-21 - Mistakes - Success - Asuras - Mental arrogance - Difficulty turned into opportunity - Mothers use of flowers - Conversion of men governed by adverse forces, #Questions And Answers 1954, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  Then for some days the being is so happy and it feels free, feels good, feels luminous. And then suddenly, it tells itself, But I no longer have any power! I dont know any longer, cant do anything any longer, I am altogether an ordinary being! And then, But this is not at all good, it was much better before! And so, as these adverse forces are countless these entities exist in thousands and thousands, you see, they are there swarming around people, only waiting for an opportunity to be able to rush into someoneimmediately one reabsorbs ones dose and becomes once again what one was before, sometimes worse. And so the Comedy begins all over again.
  But as for me, nothing doing, once is enough! You are far too attached to it! Keep your little hostile being with you! It is useless, in this case. But it is this, its the feeling, all of a sudden, of having lost ones power. But note, this happen to ambitious people, above all to ambitious people who want to have power, want to dominate others, want to be great masters, great instructors, want to perform miracles, have extraordinary powers it is to these that this happen most often those who have a kind of ambition, here, turning in their mind. This is dangerous.

1958 10 10, #On Thoughts And Aphorisms, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
   This is what happens when one sees things from a great height, from a great distance, when ones view is vast, almost infinite. Everything that upsets human beings and makes them suffer, disappears; so those who are very wise, who have abandoned life for the sake of higher wisdom tell you with a smile, Why suffer? Come out of it and you will suffer no more. That is all very well individually but, in fact, if you think about others you may wish this rather tragic Comedy would come to an end sooner. And it is very justifiable to feel tired of living like a beast at pasture, of roaming from one patch of grass to another, of ruminating in a corner, of having such narrow horizons and of missing all the splendours of life.
   Perhaps it amuses Nature that we should be like that, but we are tired of it, we want to be different.

1962 10 12, #On Thoughts And Aphorisms, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
   He has taken the stand of the spectator and He looks at Himself. And so in order to look at Himself, He must accept the concept of time and space, otherwise He cannot! And immediately the whole Comedy begins. But it is a Comedy, nothing more.
   But we take it seriously, because we are puppets! But as soon as we stop being puppets, we can see quite clearly that it is a Comedy.
   For some people it is also a real tragedy.

1.ac - A Birthday, #Crowley - Poems, #Aleister Crowley, #Philosophy
  Tragedy, Comedy, farce, fable, song,
  Each longing a little, each a little long,

1.da - All Being within this order, by the laws (from The Paradiso, Canto I), #unset, #Arthur C Clarke, #Fiction
   English version by John Ciardi Original Language Italian All Being within this order, by the laws of its own nature is impelled to find its proper station round its Primal Cause. Thus every nature moves across the tide of the great sea of being to its own port, each with its given instinct as its guide. This instinct draws the fire about the Moon. It is the mover in the mortal heart. It draws the earth together and makes it one. Not only the brute creatures, but all those possessed of intellect and love, this instinct drives to their mark as a bow shoots forth its arrows. The Providence that makes all things hunger here satisfies forever with its light the heaven within which whirls the fastest sphere. [2327.jpg] -- from The Divine Comedy: The Inferno, the Purgatorio, and the Paradiso,
   / Translated by John Ciardi <
1.da - And as a ray descending from the sky (from The Paradiso, Canto I), #unset, #Arthur C Clarke, #Fiction
   English version by John Ciardi Original Language Italian And as a ray descending from the sky gives rise to another, which climbs back again, as a pilgrim yearns for home; so through my eye her action, like a ray into my mind, gave rise to mine: I stared into the Sun so hard that here it would have left me blind; but much is granted to our senses there, in that garden made to be man's proper place, that is not granted us when we are here. I had to look away soon, and yet not so soon but what I saw him spark and blaze like new-tapped iron when it pours white-hot. And suddenly, as it appeared to me, day was added to day, as if He who can had added a new Sun to Heaven's glory. Beatrice stared at the eternal spheres entranced, unmoving; and I looked away from the Sun's height to fix my eyes on hers. And as I looked, I felt begin within me what Glaucus felt eating the herb that made him a god among the others in the sea. How speak trans-human change to human sense? Let the example speak until God's grace grants the pure spirit the experience. [2327.jpg] -- from The Divine Comedy: The Inferno, the Purgatorio, and the Paradiso,
   / Translated by John Ciardi <
1.da - The glory of Him who moves all things rays forth (from The Paradiso, Canto I), #unset, #Arthur C Clarke, #Fiction
   English version by John Ciardi Original Language Italian The glory of Him who moves all things rays forth through all the universe, and is reflected from each thing in proportion to its worth. I have been in that Heaven of His most light, and what I saw, those who descend from there lack both the knowledge and the power to write. For as our intellect draws near its goal it opens to such depths of understanding as memory cannot plumb within the soul. [2327.jpg] -- from The Divine Comedy: The Inferno, the Purgatorio, and the Paradiso, / Translated by John Ciardi <
1f.lovecraft - In the Vault, #Lovecraft - Poems, #unset, #Zen
   hearty albeit grotesque phase of Comedy. God knows, though, that the
   prosy tale which George Birchs death permits me to tell has in it

1f.lovecraft - The Curse of Yig, #Lovecraft - Poems, #unset, #Zen
   vague terrors under its latter-day mask of Comedy and lightness.
   Halloween was to fall on a Thursday, and the neighbours agreed to

1f.lovecraft - The Horror in the Burying-Ground, #Lovecraft - Poems, #unset, #Zen
   unconscious Comedy, the whole funeral mummery of the afternoon was
   listlessly repeated. Again the organ wheezed, again the choir screeched

1.pbs - The Cenci - A Tragedy In Five Acts, #Shelley - Poems, #Percy Bysshe Shelley, #Fiction
  I thought to act a solemn Comedy
  Upon the painted scene of this new world,

1.pbs - The Triumph Of Life, #Shelley - Poems, #Percy Bysshe Shelley, #Fiction
  The reference to Dante's Divine Comedy in lines 471-76 and to Petrarch's Triumphs in the title (both of which, like The Triumph of Life, are written in terza
  rima stanzas) suggests two probable models for the poem.
  --
  Him: Dante in The Divine Comedy.
  544.

1.wby - Easter 1916, #Yeats - Poems, #William Butler Yeats, #Poetry
  In the casual Comedy;
  He, too, has been changed in his turn,

1.ww - Book Seventh [Residence in London], #unset, #Arthur C Clarke, #Fiction
  Rough, bold, as Grecian Comedy displayed
  When Art was young; dramas of living men,        

1.ww - Scorn Not The Sonnet, #Wordsworth - Poems, #unset, #Zen
  Dante: greatest of Italian poets (1265-1321). His Divine Comedy gives
  a vision of the other world ; his sonnets present the lighter aspect of his poetry.

2.05 - On Poetry, #Evening Talks With Sri Aurobindo, #unset, #Zen
   Disciple: Some maintain that as there is no story in Dante's Divine Comedy it is not an epic.
   Sri Aurobindo: It is an epic. Paradise Lost has very little story and very few incidents, yet it is an epic. At present men demand something more than a great story from an epic.

2.0 - THE ANTICHRIST, #Twilight of the Idols, #Friedrich Nietzsche, #Philosophy
  ironical deity behind the great Comedy of existence, would find no
  small argument in the _huge note of interrogation_ that is called

2.2.01 - The Problem of Consciousness, #Essays Divine And Human, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Energy takes joy in that, has the Ananda of it (and without consciousness there can be no joy or Ananda), as a poet in the creation of his tragedy or Comedy, then that would be a sufficient explanation of the existence of this universe, though we would still have to seek for its significance, the reason of this choice of pain and labour.
  Consciousness then is the centre of the riddle. If we know what is Consciousness, where its action begins and ends - if it has a beginning and an ending, what is its process and the significance of its temporal appearance and action, we shall then be able to look deeply into being and its energy and understand and solve all their enigma.

2.2.3 - Depression and Despondency, #Letters On Yoga IV, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  As to the statement about drama and something liking to suffer, nobody doubts that your external consciousness dislikes its suffering. The physical mind and consciousness of man hates its own suffering and if left to itself dislikes also to see others suffer. But if you will try to fathom the significance of your own admission of liking drama or of the turn towards dramafrom which very few human beings escape and if you go deep enough, you will find that there is something in the vital which likes suffering and clings to it for the sake of the drama; it is something below the surface, not on the surface, but it is strong, almost universal in human nature and difficult to eradicate unless one recognises it and gets inwardly away from it. The mind and the physical of man do not like suffering for if they did it would not be suffering any longer, but this thing in the vital wants it in order to give a spice to life. It is the reason why constant depressions can go on returning and returning even though the mind longs to get rid of them, because this in the vital responds, goes on repeating the same movement like a gramophone as soon as it is set going and insists on turning the whole round of the often repeated record. It does not really depend on the reasons which the vital gives for starting off the round, these are often of the most trivial character and wholly insufficient to justify it. It is only by a strong will to detach oneself, not to justify, to reject root and branch that one can in the end get rid of this most troublesome and dangerous streak in human nature. When therefore we speak of the vital Comedy, the vital drama, we are speaking from a psychological knowledge which does not end with the surface of things and looks at these hidden movements. It is impossible to deal with things for the purposes of Yoga if we confine ourselves to the surface consciousness only.
  ***

24.05 - Vision of Dante, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 06, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   Dante calls his vision the vision of the "Divine Comedy". That is the name of his great poem. Comedy means a play that ends in happiness and union - here it is the supreme happiness, the bliss of union with God and the Divine Mother. It is the culmination and denouement of an unrolling of God's play of creation and world manifestation. Dante ends his vision of the play in a single line of summation - indeed in a single word - the last line of the "Divina Commedia":
   "Love moved me...

30.02 - Greek Drama, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 07, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   That was the golden age of Greece and Athens, famed in history as the Age of Pericles. Pericles was the leading man in his city, the chief Archon of the state, and a man of great genius. It was largely thanks to his genius that the whole of Greece could attain its supreme point of greatness in all manner of achievement and creative ability. In every field there appeared in that age men of outstanding gifts. In the realm of tragic drama there were Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides; in Comedy there was Aristophanes. Herodotus the father of History was there and the master sculptor Phidias. Above all, there was Socrates with his band of young disciples. All of them produced their wonderful work during this period of a little more than a hundred years. We may remember that precisely during this period, that is about five hundred years before Christ, Lord Buddha made his appearance in the East, in India. It was thus an Age of Transition, the beginning of a New Age in the history of mankind.
   A remarkable thing about these ancients is that almost all of them lived to a ripe old age. They had such an abundance of vital force that they retained their capacity to work undiminished till the last days of their life. Sophocles went on writing plays till his ninetieth year. He could count as many or more works to his credit than the number of years in his life; he had written more than a hundred of which only about half a dozen are still extant. About Euripides it is said that he had composed twenty three tetralogies, making a total of ninety two pieces, or about one for every year of his life; only some ten out of this number have survived. All of these men were poets and artists and men of high intellectual calibre, but most of them thought fit not to confine themselves within the inner sanctum of their chosen work; they were also great men of action, they devoted themselves to public work in the service of their state, they did a good deal of politics, even took part in wars as common soldiers or as commanders.

30.12 - The Obscene and the Ugly - Form and Essence, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 07, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   There are two varieties of beauty: beauty of essence - the sap of truth - and beauty of form. Youth is beautiful, for it is handsome. Old age too has a beauty of its own, because it is the expression of a ripe and mellow experience, a long view and a large detachment. The beauty of the heavens consists in the beauty of form. The Rig Veda says: "The supreme Poet used his poetic genius and created the beautiful forms in heaven." But the earth has another delight to give - delight itself. "Of all elements the earth is essentially full of delight," so says the Brihadaranyaka Upanishad. A smile radiates the beauty of form. A deeper emotion makes tears more beautiful. Happiness is limned by the beauty of form, while sorrow is carved by the depth of the feeling. We appreciate a Comedy through the play of a formal beauty and a tragedy through the poignancy of an emotional substance. Ariel was handsome, hence beautiful. Caliban was high-serious, vibrant with an essential sap of Truth. Sakuntala appeals to our heart, for she was an embodiment of beauty. We can appreciate Lady Macbeth for the intensity of her sombre soul.
   Kalidasa has excelled in depicting the beauties of form. Shakespeare sought not beauty but the wide surge of vital truths. Petrarch abounds in the beauty of form. He created more and yet more beauty of form. But Dante is to be appreciated rather through the poetic truths that stood out as unmoving rocks, the tremendous energy petrified as it were in the form. Our Indian poet Vidyapati was mad after the beauty of form. He expressed the pangs of his heart thus:

33.06 - Alipore Court, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 07, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   The Comedy of our trial was being staged within the world-play, and on the court-room stage itself we the undertrial prisoners had been doing our little private drama. The stage was set in the room of the Alipore Sessions Court. One corner of the room was fenced off so as to form a square enclosure but with wire netting that enabled us to see and breathe. They had also left a small passage through the netting for our entrance and exit, and a sentry had been posted with arms to watch that the tigers and wild beasts did not break through the cage. Inside, a few benches had been laid where we might sit, for we could not obviously be kept standing the whole day. We were some thirty-five in all. They used to take us from Alipore Jail in a carriage - by carriage I mean a horse-drawn vehicle, for motor-cars had not yet come. As we left jail, they would handcuff us in two's, the right hand of one being tied to the left hand of the other with the same pair of handcuffs. The handcuffs were removed before we entered our cage in the courtroom.
   As the proceedings began in court, we would take our seats. But the court proceeded in its own way and we went on in ours. The pleaders and barristers and witnesses and spectators were all engrossed in the subject matter of the case. The barristers pleaded, the witnesses gave their depositions, the court made comments, everything went on as is usual in a court of law. But we remained perfectly neutral and indifferent as if it did not concern us at all. Our interests were elsewhere. We had come to sit together forming separate groups of four or five according to our respective tastes and temperaments. We could of course move from one group to another as and when we liked. Our topics of discussion ranged over all manner of subjects: religion and spirituality, literature and science, our work and our future, all this came within our purview. Our discussions sometimes grew so loud and hot that Judge Beachcroft - he had been contemporaneous with Sri Aurobindo at Cambridge - would shout at us like a schoolmaster, "Less noise there, less noise there!" If that did not stop all the noise, then he had to make this threat, "Unless you stop, your tiffin will stop." That was a deadly blow and made us perfectly still. For the tiffin they served us in court was our chief meal in the whole day, for its quantity and quality were such as to make it a charming oasis in that Sahara of jail. This tiffin came to us from outside, from friends and relatives and well-wishers. It included such items as luchis,potatoes and fritters and sweets. Once we had a taste of all this, it was no wonder that the jail rations came to be despised and grew untouchable.

33.08 - I Tried Sannyas, #Collected Works of Nolini Kanta Gupta - Vol 07, #Nolini Kanta Gupta, #Integral Yoga
   I too started on my way home and finally came back to my room at the Mess. My friend was waiting for me to come before he sat down to dinner. I simply said, "Sorry, I have been late, going about here and there." I did not give him the faintest hint of the drama I had just been through, how from a near-tragedy I had landed into high Comedy.
   That was "my first attempt at sannyasa.Now about the next chance.

7.6.12 - The Mother of God, #Collected Poems, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Into a Divine Comedy of joy
  Lyrical Poems

Apology, #unset, #Arthur C Clarke, #Fiction
  I will begin at the beginning, and ask what is the accusation which has given rise to the slander of me, and in fact has encouraged Meletus to proof this charge against me. Well, what do the slanderers say? They shall be my prosecutors, and I will sum up their words in an affidavit: Socrates is an evil-doer, and a curious person, who searches into things under the earth and in heaven, and he makes the worse appear the better cause; and he teaches the aforesaid doctrines to others. Such is the nature of the accusation: it is just what you have yourselves seen in the Comedy of Aristophanes (Aristoph., Clouds.), who has introduced a man whom he calls Socrates, going about and saying that he walks in air, and talking a deal of nonsense concerning matters of which I do not pretend to know either much or littlenot that I mean to speak disparagingly of any one who is a student of natural philosophy. I should be very sorry if Meletus could bring so grave a charge against me. But the simple truth is, O Athenians, that I have nothing to do with physical speculations. Very many of those here present are witnesses to the truth of this, and to them I appeal. Speak then, you who have heard me, and tell your neighbours whether any of you have ever known me hold forth in few words or in many upon such matters...You hear their answer. And from what they say of this part of the charge you will be able to judge of the truth of the rest.
  As little foundation is there for the report that I am a teacher, and take money; this accusation has no more truth in it than the other. Although, if a man were really able to instruct mankind, to receive money for giving instruction would, in my opinion, be an honour to him. There is Gorgias of Leontium, and Prodicus of Ceos, and Hippias of Elis, who go the round of the cities, and are able to persuade the young men to leave their own citizens by whom they might be taught for nothing, and come to them whom they not only pay, but are thankful if they may be allowed to pay them. There is at this time a Parian philosopher residing in Athens, of whom I have heard; and I came to hear of him in this way:I came across a man who has spent a world of money on the Sophists, Callias, the son of Hipponicus, and knowing that he had sons, I asked him: Callias, I said, if your two sons were foals or calves, there would be no difficulty in finding some one to put over them; we should hire a trainer of horses, or a farmer probably, who would improve and perfect them in their own proper virtue and excellence; but as they are human beings, whom are you thinking of placing over them? Is there any one who understands human and political virtue? You must have thought about the matter, for you have sons; is there any one? There is, he said. Who is he? said I; and of what country? and what does he charge? Evenus the Parian, he replied; he is the man, and his charge is five min. Happy is Evenus, I said to myself, if he really has this wisdom, and teaches at such a moderate charge. Had I the same, I should have been very proud and conceited; but the truth is that I have no knowledge of the kind.

Averroes Search, #Labyrinths, #Jorge Luis Borges, #Poetry
  and Comedy. He had encountered them years before in the third book of the
  Rhetoric; no one in the whole world of Islam could conjecture what they
  --
  that of Comedy to satires and anathemas. Admirable tragedies and comedies
  abound in the pages of the Koran and in the mohalacas of the sanctuary."
  --
  meaning of the terms tragedy and Comedy. I related his case; as I went along,
  I felt what that god mentioned by Burton must have felt when he tried to

BOOK II. - A review of the calamities suffered by the Romans before the time of Christ, showing that their gods had plunged them into corruption and vice, #City of God, #Saint Augustine of Hippo, #Christianity
  The opinion of the ancient Romans on this matter is attested by Cicero in his work De Republica, in which Scipio, one of the interlocutors, says, "The lewdness of Comedy could never have been suffered by audiences, unless the customs of society had previously sanctioned the same lewdness." And[Pg 58] in the earlier days the Greeks preserved a certain reasonableness in their licence, and made it a law, that whatever Comedy wished to say of any one, it must say it of him by name. And so in the same work of Cicero's, Scipio says, "Whom has it not aspersed? Nay, whom has it not worried? Whom has it spared? Allow that it may assail demagogues and factions, men injurious to the commonwealtha Cleon, a Cleophon, a Hyperbolus. That is tolerable, though it had been more seemly for the public censor to brand such men, than for a poet to lampoon them; but to blacken the fame of Pericles with scurrilous verse, after he had with the utmost dignity presided over their state alike in war and in peace, was as unworthy of a poet, as if our own Plautus or Nvius were to bring Publius and Cneius Scipio on the comic stage, or as if Ccilius were to caricature Cato." And then a little after he goes on: "Though our Twelve Tables attached the penalty of death only to a very few offences, yet among these few this was one: if any man should have sung a pasquinade, or have composed a satire calculated to bring infamy or disgrace on another person. Wisely decreed. For it is by the decisions of magistrates, and by a well-informed justice, that our lives ought to be judged, and not by the flighty fancies of poets; neither ought we to be exposed to hear calumnies, save where we have the liberty of replying, and defending ourselves before an adequate tribunal." This much I have judged it advisable to quote from the fourth book of Cicero's De Republica; and I have made the quotation word for word, with the exception of some words omitted, and some slightly transposed, for the sake of giving the sense more readily. And certainly the extract is pertinent to the matter I am endeavouring to explain. Cicero makes some further remarks, and concludes the passage by showing that the ancient Romans did not permit any living man to be either praised or blamed on the stage. But the Greeks, as I said, though not so moral, were more logical in allowing this licence which the Romans forbade: for they saw that their gods approved and enjoyed the scurrilous language of low Comedy when directed not only against men, but even against themselves; and this, whether the infamous actions imputed to them were the fictions of[Pg 59] poets, or were their actual iniquities commemorated and acted in the theatres. And would that the spectators had judged them worthy only of laughter, and not of imitation! Manifestly it had been a stretch of pride to spare the good name of the leading men and the common citizens, when the very deities did not grudge that their own reputation should be blemished.
  10. That the devils, in suffering either false or true crimes to be laid to their charge, meant to do men a mischief.
  --
  But Scipio, were he alive, would possibly reply: "How could we attach a penalty to that which the gods themselves have consecrated? For the theatrical entertainments in which such things are said, and acted, and performed, were introduced into Roman society by the gods, who ordered that they should be dedicated and exhibited in their honour." But was not this, then, the plainest proof that they were no true gods, nor in any respect worthy of receiving divine honours from the republic? Suppose they had required that in their honour the citizens of Rome should be held up to ridicule, every Roman would have resented the hateful proposal. How then, I would ask, can they be esteemed worthy of worship, when they propose that their own crimes be used as material for celebrating their praises? Does not this artifice expose them, and prove that they are detestable devils? Thus the Romans, though they were superstitious enough to serve as gods those who made no secret of their desire to be worshipped in licentious plays, yet had sufficient regard to their hereditary dignity and virtue, to prompt them to refuse to players any such rewards as the Greeks accorded them. On this point we have this testimony of Scipio, recorded in Cicero: "They [the Romans] considered Comedy and all theatrical performances as disgraceful, and therefore not only debarred players from offices and honours open to ordinary citizens, but also decreed that their names should be branded by the censor, and erased from the roll of their tribe." An excellent decree, and another testimony to the sagacity of Rome; but I could wish their prudence had been more thoroughgoing and consistent. For when I hear that if any Roman citizen chose the stage as his profession, he not only closed to himself every laudable career, but even became an outcast from his own tribe, I cannot but exclaim: This is the true Roman spirit, this is worthy of a state jealous of its reputation. But then some one interrupts my rapture, by inquiring with what consistency players are[Pg 63] debarred from all honours, while plays are counted among the honours due to the gods? For a long while the virtue of Rome was uncontaminated by theatrical exhibitions;[99] and if they had been adopted for the sake of gratifying the taste of the citizens, they would have been introduced hand in hand with the relaxation of manners. But the fact is, that it was the gods who demanded that they should be exhibited to gratify them. With what justice, then, is the player excommunicated by whom God is worshipped? On what pretext can you at once adore him who exacts, and brand him who acts these plays? This, then, is the controversy in which the Greeks and Romans are engaged. The Greeks think they justly honour players, because they worship the gods who demand plays: the Romans, on the other hand, do not suffer an actor to disgrace by his name his own plebeian tribe, far less the senatorial order. And the whole of this discussion may be summed up in the following syllogism. The Greeks give us the major premiss: If such gods are to be worshipped, then certainly such men may be honoured. The Romans add the minor: But such men must by no means be honoured. The Christians draw the conclusion: Therefore such gods must by no means be worshipped.
  14. That Plato, who excluded poets from a well-ordered city, was better than these gods who desire to be honoured by theatrical plays.

BS 1 - Introduction to the Idea of God, #unset, #Arthur C Clarke, #Fiction
  Lets take a look at the structure of the book itself. The first thing about the Bible is that its a Comedy, and a Comedy has a happy ending. Thats a strange thing, because the Greek God stories were almost always tragic. The Bible is a Comedy. It has a happy ending. Everyone lives, and theres a heaven. What you think about that is a completely different issue. Im just telling you the structure of the story. Its something like, there was paradise at the beginning of time, and then some cataclysms occurred, and people fell into history. History is limitation, mortality, suffering, and self-consciousness. But theres a mode of beingor potentially the establishment of a state that will transcend that, and thats what time is aiming at. Thats the idea of the story.
  Its a funny thing that the Bible has a story, because it wasnt written as a class: it was assembled from a whole bunch of different books. The fact that it got assembled into something resembling a story is quite remarkable. The question is, what is that story about? And how did it come up as a story? Is there anything to it? It constituted a dramatic record of self-realization or abstraction. I already mentioned that. The idea of the formulation of the image of God is an abstraction. Thats how were going to handle it, to begin with. I want to saybecause I said I wasnt going to be any more reductionist than necessary that I know the evidence for genuine religious experience is incontrovertible, but its not explicable, and so I dont want to explain it away. I want to just leave it as a fact, and then I want to pull back from that and say, ok, well leave that as a fact and mystery. Were going to look at this from a rational perspective and say that the initial formulation of the idea of God was an attempt to abstract out an ideal, and to consider it as an abstraction outside of its instantiation. Thats good enough. Thats an amazing thing, if its true. But I dont want to throw out the baby with the bathwater.

Liber 111 - The Book of Wisdom - LIBER ALEPH VEL CXI, #unset, #Arthur C Clarke, #Fiction
   58. ON THE UNIVERSAL Comedy WHICH IS CALLED PAN
   59. ON THE BLINDNESS OF MEN
  --
   ON THE Comedy WHICH IS CALLED PAN
   ON THE GAME OF LOVE
  --
   DE COMEDIA UNIVERSA, QUAE DICTUR PAN. (On the Universal Comedy which is
   called Pan)
  --
   DE COMEDIA, QUAE DICTUR. (On the Comedy which is Called Pan)
   Subtler than the Serpent of Hermes, o my Son, is this Way of Restraint
  --
   thy Playmate. So shalt thou devise Comedy and Tragedy, as it were
   Settings for the Jewel of thy Will, to enhance the Beauty thereof, and

Liber 46 - The Key of the Mysteries, #unset, #Arthur C Clarke, #Fiction
   of the future to create once more the divine Comedy, no longer
   according to the dreams of man, but according to the mathematics of
  --
     "Of an unworthy Comedy that I am supposed to have played in order to
     deceive two children, on the mountain of the Salette."

Sophist, #unset, #Arthur C Clarke, #Fiction
  But the real question is, not whether the word 'Sophist' has all these senses, but whether there is not also a specific bad sense in which the term is applied to certain contemporaries of Socrates. Would an Athenian, as Mr. Grote supposes, in the fifth century before Christ, have included Socrates and Plato, as well as Gorgias and Protagoras, under the specific class of Sophists? To this question we must answer, No: if ever the term is applied to Socrates and Plato, either the application is made by an enemy out of mere spite, or the sense in which it is used is neutral. Plato, Xenophon, Isocrates, Aristotle, all give a bad import to the word; and the Sophists are regarded as a separate class in all of them. And in later Greek literature, the distinction is quite marked between the succession of philosophers from Thales to Aristotle, and the Sophists of the age of Socrates, who appeared like meteors for a short time in different parts of Greece. For the purposes of Comedy, Socrates may have been identified with the Sophists, and he seems to complain of this in the Apology. But there is no reason to suppose that Socrates, differing by so many outward marks, would really have been confounded in the mind of Anytus, or Callicles, or of any intelligent Athenian, with the splendid foreigners who from time to time visited Athens, or appeared at the Olympic games. The man of genius, the great original thinker, the disinterested seeker after truth, the master of repartee whom no one ever defeated in an argument, was separated, even in the mind of the vulgar Athenian, by an 'interval which no geometry can express,' from the balancer of sentences, the interpreter and reciter of the poets, the divider of the meanings of words, the teacher of rhetoric, the professor of morals and manners.
  2. The use of the term 'Sophist' in the dialogues of Plato also shows that the bad sense was not affixed by his genius, but already current. When Protagoras says, 'I confess that I am a Sophist,' he implies that the art which he professes has already a bad name; and the words of the young Hippocrates, when with a blush upon his face which is just seen by the light of dawn he admits that he is going to be made 'a Sophist,' would lose their point, unless the term had been discredited. There is nothing surprising in the Sophists having an evil name; that, whether deserved or not, was a natural consequence of their vocation. That they were foreigners, that they made fortunes, that they taught novelties, that they excited the minds of youth, are quite sufficient reasons to account for the opprobrium which attached to them. The genius of Plato could not have stamped the word anew, or have imparted the associations which occur in contemporary writers, such as Xenophon and Isocrates. Changes in the meaning of words can only be made with great difficulty, and not unless they are supported by a strong current of popular feeling. There is nothing improbable in supposing that Plato may have extended and envenomed the meaning, or that he may have done the Sophists the same kind of disservice with posterity which Pascal did to the Jesuits. But the bad sense of the word was not and could not have been invented by him, and is found in his earlier dialogues, e.g. the Protagoras, as well as in the later.

Symposium translated by B Jowett, #Symposium, #Plato, #Philosophy
  When Alcibiades has done speaking, a dispute begins between him and Agathon and Socrates. Socrates piques Alcibiades by a pretended affection for Agathon. Presently a band of revellers appears, who introduce disorder into the feast; the sober part of the company, Eryximachus, Phaedrus, and others, withdraw; and Aristodemus, the follower of Socrates, sleeps during the whole of a long winter's night. When he wakes at cockcrow the revellers are nearly all asleep. Only Socrates, Aristophanes, and Agathon hold out; they are drinking from a large goblet, which they pass round, and Socrates is explaining to the two others, who are half-asleep, that the genius of tragedy is the same as that of Comedy, and that the writer of tragedy ought to be a writer of Comedy also. And first Aristophanes drops, and then, as the day is dawning, Agathon. Socrates, having laid them to rest, takes a bath and goes to his daily avocations until the evening. Aristodemus follows.
  ...
  --
  Aristophanes is ready to laugh and make laugh before he opens his mouth, just as Socrates, true to his character, is ready to argue before he begins to speak. He expresses the very genius of the old Comedy, its coarse and forcible imagery, and the licence of its language in speaking about the gods. He has no sophistical notions about love, which is brought back by him to its common-sense meaning of love between intelligent beings. His account of the origin of the sexes has the greatest (comic) probability and verisimilitude. Nothing in Aristophanes is more truly Aristophanic than the description of the human monster whirling round on four arms and four legs, eight in all, with incredible rapidity. Yet there is a mixture of earnestness in this jest; three serious principles seem to be insinuated:first, that man cannot exist in isolation; he must be reunited if he is to be perfected: secondly, that love is the mediator and reconciler of poor, divided human nature: thirdly, that the loves of this world are an indistinct anticipation of an ideal union which is not yet realized.
  The speech of Agathon is conceived in a higher strain, and receives the real, if half-ironical, approval of Socrates. It is the speech of the tragic poet and a sort of poem, like tragedy, moving among the gods of Olympus, and not among the elder or Orphic deities. In the idea of the antiquity of love he cannot agree; love is not of the olden time, but present and youthful ever. The speech may be compared with that speech of Socrates in the Phaedrus in which he describes himself as talking dithyrambs. It is at once a preparation for Socrates and a foil to him. The rhetoric of Agathon elevates the soul to 'sunlit heights,' but at the same time contrasts with the natural and necessary eloquence of Socrates. Agathon contri butes the distinction between love and the works of love, and also hints incidentally that love is always of beauty, which Socrates afterwards raises into a principle. While the consciousness of discord is stronger in the comic poet Aristophanes, Agathon, the tragic poet, has a deeper sense of harmony and reconciliation, and speaks of Love as the creator and artist.
  --
  It is difficult to adduce the authority of Plato either for or against such practices or customs, because it is not always easy to determine whether he is speaking of 'the heavenly and philosophical love, or of the coarse Polyhymnia:' and he often refers to this (e.g. in the Symposium) half in jest, yet 'with a certain degree of seriousness.' We observe that they entered into one part of Greek literature, but not into another, and that the larger part is free from such associations. Indecency was an element of the ludicrous in the old Greek Comedy, as it has been in other ages and countries. But effeminate love was always condemned as well as ridiculed by the Comic poets; and in the New Comedy the allusions to such topics have disappeared. They seem to have been no longer tolerated by the greater refinement of the age. False sentiment is found in the Lyric and Elegiac poets; and in mythology 'the greatest of the Gods' (Rep.) is not exempt from evil imputations. But the morals of a nation are not to be judged of wholly by its literature. Hellas was not necessarily more corrupted in the days of the Persian and Peloponnesian wars, or of Plato and the Orators, than England in the time of Fielding and Smollett, or France in the nineteenth century. No one supposes certain French novels to be a representation of ordinary French life. And the greater part of Greek literature, beginning with Homer and including the tragedians, philosophers, and, with the exception of the Comic poets (whose business was to raise a laugh by whatever means), all the greater writers of Hellas who have been preserved to us, are free from the taint of indecency.
  Some general considerations occur to our mind when we begin to reflect on this subject. (1) That good and evil are linked together in human nature, and have often existed side by side in the world and in man to an extent hardly credible. We cannot distinguish them, and are therefore unable to part them; as in the parable 'they grow together unto the harvest:' it is only a rule of external decency by which society can divide them. Nor should we be right in inferring from the prevalence of any one vice or corruption that a state or individual was demoralized in their whole character. Not only has the corruption of the best been sometimes thought to be the worst, but it may be remarked that this very excess of evil has been the stimulus to good (compare Plato, Laws, where he says that in the most corrupt cities individuals are to be found beyond all praise). (2) It may be observed that evils which admit of degrees can seldom be rightly estimated, because under the same name actions of the most different degrees of culpability may be included. No charge is more easily set going than the imputation of secret wickedness (which cannot be either proved or disproved and often cannot be defined) when directed against a person of whom the world, or a section of it, is predisposed to think evil. And it is quite possible that the malignity of Greek scandal, aroused by some personal jealousy or party enmity, may have converted the innocent friendship of a great man for a noble youth into a connexion of another kind. Such accusations were brought against several of the leading men of Hellas, e.g. Cimon, Alcibiades, Critias, Demos thenes, Epaminondas: several of the Roman emperors were assailed by similar weapons which have been used even in our own day against statesmen of the highest character. (3) While we know that in this matter there is a great gulf fixed between Greek and Christian Ethics, yet, if we would do justice to the Greeks, we must also acknowledge that there was a greater outspokenness among them than among ourselves about the things which nature hides, and that the more frequent mention of such topics is not to be taken as the measure of the prevalence of offences, or as a proof of the general corruption of society. It is likely that every religion in the world has used words or practised rites in one age, which have become distasteful or repugnant to another. We cannot, though for different reasons, trust the representations either of Comedy or Satire; and still less of Christian Apologists. (4) We observe that at Thebes and Lacedemon the attachment of an elder friend to a beloved youth was often deemed to be a part of his education; and was encouraged by his parentsit was only shameful if it degenerated into licentiousness. Such we may believe to have been the tie which united Asophychus and Cephisodorus with the great Epaminondas in whose companionship they fell (Plutarch, Amat.; Athenaeus on the authority of Theopompus). (5) A small matter: there appears to be a difference of custom among the Greeks and among ourselves, as between ourselves and continental nations at the present time, in modes of salutation. We must not suspect evil in the hearty kiss or embrace of a male friend 'returning from the army at Potidaea' any more than in a similar salutation when practised by members of the same family. But those who make these admissions, and who regard, not without pity, the victims of such illusions in our own day, whose life has been blasted by them, may be none the less resolved that the natural and healthy instincts of mankind shall alone be tolerated (Greek); and that the lesson of manliness which we have inherited from our fathers shall not degenerate into sentimentalism or effeminacy. The possibility of an honourable connexion of this kind seems to have died out with Greek civilization. Among the Romans, and also among barbarians, such as the Celts and Persians, there is no trace of such attachments existing in any noble or virtuous form.
  (Compare Hoeck's Creta and the admirable and exhaustive article of Meier in Ersch and Grueber's Cyclopedia on this subject; Plutarch, Amatores; Athenaeus; Lysias contra Simonem; Aesch. c. Timarchum.)
  --
  Agathon arose in order that he might take his place on the couch by Socrates, when suddenly a band of revellers entered, and spoiled the order of the banquet. Some one who was going out having left the door open, they had found their way in, and made themselves at home; great confusion ensued, and every one was compelled to drink large quantities of wine. Aristodemus said that Eryximachus, Phaedrus, and others went awayhe himself fell asleep, and as the nights were long took a good rest: he was awakened towards daybreak by a crowing of cocks, and when he awoke, the others were either asleep, or had gone away; there remained only Socrates, Aristophanes, and Agathon, who were drinking out of a large goblet which they passed round, and Socrates was discoursing to them. Aristodemus was only half awake, and he did not hear the beginning of the discourse; the chief thing which he remembered was Socrates compelling the other two to acknowledge that the genius of Comedy was the same with that of tragedy, and that the true artist in tragedy was an artist in Comedy also. To this they were constrained to assent, being drowsy, and not quite following the argument. And first of all Aristophanes dropped off, then, when the day was already dawning, Agathon. Socrates, having laid them to sleep, rose to depart; Aristodemus, as his manner was, following him. At the Lyceum he took a bath, and passed the day as usual. In the evening he retired to rest at his own home.

Talks With Sri Aurobindo 1, #unset, #Arthur C Clarke, #Fiction
  SRI AUROBINDO: Nonsense! It is something like Byron's joke on Dante's Divine Comedy, that Beatrice was a mathematical figure.
  PURANI: Critics say that in the future the epic will be more and more subjective.
  --
  PURANI: Some maintain that as there is no story in the Divine Comedy, it is
  not an epic.

The Act of Creation text, #The Act of Creation, #Arthur Koestler, #Psychology
  The bibliography of Greig's Psychology of Laughter and Comedy,
  published in 1923, mentioned three hundred and sixty-three tides of
  --
  zone between Comedy and tragedy philosophers have been tireless in
  their efforts to reconcile the two conflicting aspects of the human
  --
  which turns pathos into bathos, tragedy into Comedy. It may be com-
  bined with affection, as in friendly teasing; in civilized humour aggres-
  --
  one case the result is drama, in another Comedy. The technique of
  creating character-types is also shared by both: in the classical form of
  --
  achieved by standardized masks; in the Comedy, down to Moliere,
  by the creation of types: the miser, the glutton, the hypocrite, the
  --
  providence in both tragedy and Comedy; and, needless to say, lucky
  hazards play an equally conspicuous part in the history of scientific
  --
  is ultimately reversed. In the higher forms of Comedy, satire, and irony
  the message is couched in implicit and oblique terms; the joke gradually
  --
  Impersonation is used both in Comedy and tragedy; but in between them
  the medicine man in his mask, the cassocked priest in the confessional,
  --
  That excursion was something of a Comedy of errors which
  130
  --
  modern incarnations are the Herr Professor of German Comedy,
  and the mummified dons of Anglo-Saxon fiction. At his worst, he
  --
  The classic responses to Comedy and tragedy are laughter and
  weeping. Both are overflow channels for the disposal of
  --
  In the Comedy, the accumulation of suspense, and its subsequent annihi-
  lation in laughter take place at distincdy separate stages (although the
  --
  destiny defeats the will of man (cf. coincidence in Comedy, p. 78). In
  Christian theology, the ways of God become less arbitrary, but more
  --
  Greig, J. Y. T The Psychology of Laughter and Comedy. London: G. Allen H
  Unwin, 1923.

Theaetetus, #unset, #Arthur C Clarke, #Fiction
  Theaetetus replies, that knowledge is what he learns of Theodorus, i.e. geometry and arithmetic; and that there are other kinds of knowledgeshoemaking, carpentering, and the like. But Socrates rejoins, that this answer contains too much and also too little. For although Theaetetus has enumerated several kinds of knowledge, he has not explained the common nature of them; as if he had been asked, 'What is clay?' and instead of saying 'Clay is moistened earth,' he had answered, 'There is one clay of image-makers, another of potters, another of oven-makers.' Theaetetus at once divines that Socrates means him to extend to all kinds of knowledge the same process of generalization which he has already learned to apply to arithmetic. For he has discovered a division of numbers into square numbers, 4, 9, 16, etc., which are composed of equal factors, and represent figures which have equal sides, and oblong numbers, 3, 5, 6, 7, etc., which are composed of unequal factors, and represent figures which have unequal sides. But he has never succeeded in attaining a similar conception of knowledge, though he has often tried; and, when this and similar questions were brought to him from Socrates, has been sorely distressed by them. Socrates explains to him that he is in labour. For men as well as women have pangs of labour; and both at times require the assistance of midwives. And he, Socrates, is a midwife, although this is a secret; he has inherited the art from his mother bold and bluff, and he ushers into light, not children, but the thoughts of men. Like the midwives, who are 'past bearing children,' he too can have no offspringthe God will not allow him to bring anything into the world of his own. He also reminds Theaetetus that the midwives are or ought to be the only matchmakers (this is the preparation for a biting jest); for those who reap the fruit are most likely to know on what soil the plants will grow. But respectable midwives avoid this department of practicethey do not want to be called procuresses. There are some other differences between the two sorts of pregnancy. For women do not bring into the world at one time real children and at another time idols which are with difficulty distinguished from them. 'At first,' says Socrates in his character of the man-midwife, 'my patients are barren and stolid, but after a while they "round apace," if the gods are propitious to them; and this is due not to me but to themselves; I and the god only assist in bringing their ideas to the birth. Many of them have left me too soon, and the result has been that they have produced abortions; or when I have delivered them of children they have lost them by an ill bringing up, and have ended by seeing themselves, as others see them, to be great fools. Aristides, the son of Lysimachus, is one of these, and there have been others. The truants often return to me and beg to be taken back; and then, if my familiar allows me, which is not always the case, I receive them, and they begin to grow again. There come to me also those who have nothing in them, and have no need of my art; and I am their matchmaker (see above), and marry them to Prodicus or some other inspired sage who is likely to suit them. I tell you this long story because I suspect that you are in labour. Come then to me, who am a midwife, and the son of a midwife, and I will deliver you. And do not bite me, as the women do, if I abstract your first-born; for I am acting out of good-will towards you; the God who is within me is the friend of man, though he will not allow me to dissemble the truth. Once more then, Theaetetus, I repeat my old question"What is knowledge?" Take courage, and by the help of God you will discover an answer.' 'My answer is, that knowledge is perception.' 'That is the theory of Protagoras, who has another way of expressing the same thing when he says, "Man is the measure of all things." He was a very wise man, and we should try to understand him. In order to illustrate his meaning let me suppose that there is the same wind blowing in our faces, and one of us may be hot and the other cold. How is this? Protagoras will reply that the wind is hot to him who is cold, cold to him who is hot. And "is" means "appears," and when you say "appears to him," that means "he feels." Thus feeling, appearance, perception, coincide with being. I suspect, however, that this was only a "facon de parler," by which he imposed on the common herd like you and me; he told "the truth" (in allusion to the title of his book, which was called "The Truth") in secret to his disciples. For he was really a votary of that famous philosophy in which all things are said to be relative; nothing is great or small, or heavy or light, or one, but all is in motion and mixture and transition and flux and generation, not "being," as we ignorantly affirm, but "becoming." This has been the doctrine, not of Protagoras only, but of all philosophers, with the single exception of Parmenides; Empedocles, Heracleitus, and others, and all the poets, with Epicharmus, the king of Comedy, and Homer, the king of Tragedy, at their head, have said the same; the latter has these words
  "Ocean, whence the gods sprang, and mother Tethys."
  --
  SOCRATES: I am about to speak of a high argument, in which all things are said to be relative; you cannot rightly call anything by any name, such as great or small, heavy or light, for the great will be small and the heavy lightthere is no single thing or quality, but out of motion and change and admixture all things are becoming relatively to one another, which 'becoming' is by us incorrectly called being, but is really becoming, for nothing ever is, but all things are becoming. Summon all philosophersProtagoras, Heracleitus, Empedocles, and the rest of them, one after another, and with the exception of Parmenides they will agree with you in this. Summon the great masters of either kind of poetryEpicharmus, the prince of Comedy, and Homer of Tragedy; when the latter sings of
  'Ocean whence sprang the gods, and mother Tethys,'

The Dwellings of the Philosophers, #unset, #Arthur C Clarke, #Fiction
  activity of the histrionic play-actors of the human Comedy. He, the silent one, represents for
  us the myste of Antiquity (in Greek [*251-1] mustes, head of the initiates) (2) , Greek

WORDNET



--- Overview of noun comedy

The noun comedy has 2 senses (first 2 from tagged texts)
                    
1. (18) comedy ::: (light and humorous drama with a happy ending)
2. (2) drollery, clowning, comedy, funniness ::: (a comic incident or series of incidents)


--- Synonyms/Hypernyms (Ordered by Estimated Frequency) of noun comedy

2 senses of comedy                          

Sense 1
comedy
   => drama
     => writing style, literary genre, genre
       => expressive style, style
         => communication
           => abstraction, abstract entity
             => entity

Sense 2
drollery, clowning, comedy, funniness
   => fun, play, sport
     => wit, humor, humour, witticism, wittiness
       => message, content, subject matter, substance
         => communication
           => abstraction, abstract entity
             => entity


--- Hyponyms of noun comedy

1 of 2 senses of comedy                        

Sense 1
comedy
   => black comedy
   => commedia dell'arte
   => dark comedy
   => farce, farce comedy, travesty
   => high comedy
   => low comedy
   => melodrama
   => seriocomedy, tragicomedy
   => situation comedy, sitcom
   => slapstick


--- Synonyms/Hypernyms (Ordered by Estimated Frequency) of noun comedy

2 senses of comedy                          

Sense 1
comedy
   => drama

Sense 2
drollery, clowning, comedy, funniness
   => fun, play, sport




--- Coordinate Terms (sisters) of noun comedy

2 senses of comedy                          

Sense 1
comedy
  -> drama
   => closet drama
   => comedy
   => tragedy

Sense 2
drollery, clowning, comedy, funniness
  -> fun, play, sport
   => jocosity, jocularity
   => waggery, waggishness
   => drollery, clowning, comedy, funniness
   => pun, punning, wordplay, paronomasia




--- Grep of noun comedy
black comedy
comedy
comedy ballet
dark comedy
divine comedy
farce comedy
high comedy
low comedy
musical comedy
seriocomedy
situation comedy
tragicomedy



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Adventures of the Gummi Bears (1985 - 1991) - Disney's "Adventures of the Gummi Bears" is an action/comedy series about a hidden group of humanoid bears who are the secret defenders of the human kingdom of Dunwyn. Episodes consist of two 11 minute unconnected segments, or one full-length segment (22 minutes) when a storyline warranted.
Salute Your Shorts (1991 - 1992) - Salute Your Shorts was a comedy/drama television show aired on Nickelodeon from 1991-1992. The series, created by Steve Slavkin, was set at a summer camp, Camp Anawanna, and was centered on the teenage campers and their situations such as boys vs. girls, schemes for sneaking out of the camp, and goi...
Futurama (1999 - 2013) - A comedy from the creators of "The Simpsons". A pizza delivery boy named Fry accidentally gets cryogenically frozen and awakens in the year 3000. He adapts to life in the 31st century and works for his great-great x20 nephew's intergalactic delivery company.
The Amanda Show (1999 - 2002) - The Amanda Show is another series that was spun off of "All That" for another of its breakout stars. It's a skit show with some of the characteristics of "All That" but with different characters. In spite of being designed as a sketch comedy television program, the series is set in a fictional unive...
Fat Albert (1972 - 1985) - Live action bumpers featuring Bill Cosby were set around animated episodes of Fat Albert and The Cosby Kids, a series about a group of urban adolescents growing up in a Philadelphia neighborhood. The show was based on Cosby's '60s stand up comedy monologues about his childhood.
America's Funniest Home Videos (1990 - Current) - America's Funniest Home Videos is ABC's longest-running comedy series. The show began with original host Bob Saget as a one-off special in 1989, becoming a regular series in 1990. The series was an instant sensation on Sunday nights and ran for seven successful seasons. The show was re-launched with...
Saturday Night Live (1975 - Current) - NBC's legendary late night comedy show that has gone on making sketches and spoofs for over 40 years now. Every show a guest host and musical guests along to go with the "Not ready for prime time players", and the warm up band which has featured the likes of G. E. Smith and legendary saxophonist Len...
WKRP in Cincinnati (1978 - 1982) - WKRP in Cincinnati (1978-1982) was an American situation comedy that featured the misadventures of the staff of a struggling radio station in Cincinnati, Ohio. It premiered September 18, 1978 on CBS and featured Gary Sandy, Howard Hesseman, Gordon Jump, Loni Anderson, Tim Reid, Jan Smithers, Richard...
Mr. Bean (1990 - 1995) - Mr. Bean (1990-1995) is an incredibly well-loved British comedy by writer Richard Curtis and writer-star Rowan Atkinson.
In Living Color (1990 - 1994) - In living color, the brainchild of Keenan Ivory Wayans, was a weekly comedy variety show that put a new hip urban edge on American comedy. Once being called a black SNL, the show grew in fame with satires of popular movies, music and commercials as well as happily exploiting various ethnic stereo...
Space Cases (1996 - 1997) - Academy Award Winner Ruth Gordon and Grammy nominated pop star Laura Branigan star in this 1985 B movie comedy.A sorority ,in need of money,heads to Las Vegas to compete in a mud wrestling competition.
Monty Python's Flying Circus (1969 - 1974) - The show that made John Cleese, Graham Chapman, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, Micheal Palin, and Terry Gilliam famous! The irreverent Monty Python comedy troupe present a series of skits which are often surreal, baudy, uncompromising, tasteless, but inevitably hilarious. Between sketches is often comedic...
Family Ties (1982 - 1989) - What was unique about Family Ties was that it blended family comedy with politics. The 1960's flower children, Steven and Elyse clashed with the 1980's conservative, Alex. The show, in a way, showed the changing values during the Reagan era. Besides political views, Family Ties covered a number of c...
Kids in the Hall (1989 - 1996) - A truly Canadian sketch comedy show starring Dave Foley, Bruce McCulloch, Kevin MacDonald, Mark McKinney, and Scott Thompson. The show highlighted the troupe's ability to make anything from mundane, everyday tasks (ex: a daily "to do" list) to the most bizarre situations (ex: Arumba, arumba) absolut...
A Different World (1987 - 1993) - This fun show was a spin-off of the successful NBC comedy "The Cosby Show". This show featured Denise Huxtable and her adventures at Hillman College. She encountered other unforgettable characters like the rich and spoiled Whitley Gilbert, Resident advisor Jaleesa Vinson, girl crazy but intelligent...
Monsters (1988 - 1991) - Similar to Tales from The Darkside, however, the stories in Monsters were rarely very straightforward action plots and often contained some ironic twist in which a character's conceit or greed would do him in, often with gruesome results. Adding to this was a sense of comedy often lost on horror pro...
The Wacky World of Tex Avery! (1997 - 1998) - The Wacky World of Tex Avery is a FrenchAmericanCanadian animated comedy television series produced by DIC Entertainment and created by Robby London in 1997. The series was named after Tex Avery, a cartoonist who is known for his work at Warner Bros. and MGM. The creator describes the show as "hom...
Just the Ten of Us (1988 - 1990) - Basketball coach dad Graham Lubbock lives with wife Elizabeth and 8 kids. The oldest Marie (18), Wendy (17), Cindy Anne (17)(Wendy and Cindy were twins), Connie (15), Sherry (11), J.R. (10) and the twins Harvey and Michelle. In the 2nd season they added baby Mellissa. Situation Comedy. It aired the...
City Guys (1997 - 2001) - A hilarious comedy in the classic T-NBC style.
The Young Ones (1982 - 1984) - The Young Ones first aired in 1982 on British television as part of the 'alternative comedy movement'. It was about four dysfunctional college students sharing a house. Neil Pye, is the hippie that does all the cleaning and lentil cooking. Mike TheCoolPerson is the smooth but mysterious 'normal'...
The Red Green Show (1991 - 2006) - "The Red Green Show" is a unique half-hour comedy series targeted at family audiences. Its purpose is to entertain and to provide an escape from the pressures of urban living.
The Plastic Man Comedy-Adventure Show (1979 - 1981) - Actually 2 hours long its first year, then dropping down ti 90 mins the second, the show ran 4 (then 3) segments. In 1980 the show was shortened to 30 minutes and renamed The Plastic Man/Baby Plas Super Comedy Show.
Child's Toy/Kodomo No Omocha/Kodocha (1996 - 1997) - Sana Kurata has a charmed life. Not only is her mother is a famous, award-winning writer, but she's the star of the hit TV comedy "Child's Toy" while still in the fifth grade. But Sana's biggest concern is Akito Hayama, a pint-sized hellion who's organized the boys in their grade-school class into a...
The Carol Burnett Show (1967 - 1978) - Television show featuring skits by Carol Burnett and her comedy troupe. Among the cast were Harvey Korman, Tim Conway, Vicki Lawrence, Lyle Wagoner & later on Ken Berry & Dick Van Dyke.
Will & Grace (1998 - 2006) - Now entering its eighth season, the Emmy Award-winning comedy series has remained one of television's highest-rated and most upscale comedies throughout its network run. For the 2004-05 television season, "Will & Grace" averaged a 4.5 rating, 12 share in adults 18-49 and 10.0 million viewers overall...
Gravedale High (1990 - 1990) - Max Schneider is the only human boy at Gravedale High, which is otherwise populated entirely by teenage versions of classic hollywood monsters such as vampires, werewolves, and frankensteinian creatures. The comedy came from the fact that, as far as the monsters were concerned, they were all perfec...
MADtv (1995 - 2016) - MADtv is a late night sketch comedy television show. MADtv premiered in 1995 and, over the years, has become famous for its sharp parodies of film, television and music.
Benson (1979 - 1986) - Spin-Off of the hit comedy "SOAP", "BENSON", the Butler of Jessica Tate helps out her cousin Gene Gatling, who is the Governor of the state. Benson's first escapade lands him into finding a way for a huge company to build their new bridge without killing beavers. His success in this idea seems to la...
Robot Chicken (2005 - Current) - All your favorite toys of the past are back and together in this awesome new show. But these aren't your big brother's G.I. Joes or you older sister's Barbie dolls. See what crazy things Executive Producers Seth Green and Matthew Senreich have in store for you nostalgics in this stop-motion comedy.
USA High (1997 - 1999) - A comedy in the spirit of "Saved by the Bell", "Running the Halls", "California Dreams", etc.: six students (4 Americans, a Brit and a German) go to "The American Academy of Paris", which is run by a stuffy British Headmaster, but who are taught by a gorgeous Dutch teacher. Hilarity ensues.
Don't Just Sit There (1988 - 1990) - One of the great forgotten shows of Nickelodeon's past. Great hosts, a live band, and funny skits. The show was a talk show mixed with a comedy. Out of Order was the house band on the series, they would later get to sing on the show as well as participate in sketches.
Love, American Style (1969 - 1974) - An anthology comedy series featuring a line up of different celebrity guest stars appearing in anywhere from one, two, three, and four short stories or vignettes within an hour about versions of love and romance.
Defenders of dynatron city (1992 - 1992) - Teens get turned into superheroes in this action comedy series.
Not Necessarily the News (1983 - 1990) - Show that was on HBO that made fun of politics in a satirical way. It was like fake news/SNL/John Stewart type of comedy
Mystery Science Theater Hour (1993 - 1994) - "Your Host" (played by Mike Nelson) presented a hour long cut of Mystery Science Theater 3000 episodes. New comedy shorts were made for the condensed episodes.
Commander USA's Groovie Movies (1985 - 1989) - Comedy movie series about a retired super-hero who watched bad movies.
Two Of A Kind (1998 - 1999) - "Two of a Kind" is a family comedy with a romantic twist. Kevin Burke (Christopher Sieber) is a science professor and single father who believes there is a scientific explanation for everything except how to control his scheming pre-teen daughters! Mary Kate and Ashley are twin sisters who are compl...
Cartoon Planet (1995 - 1999) - Following success as a late-night talk show host, Space Ghost recruits Brak (now has short-term memory) to his cast for his very own variety show. Zorak (from Coast to Coast) serves as the third host. Cartoon Planet is a show full o' comedy skits that'll make you bounce off the walls with laughter!
The State (1994 - 1995) - "The State" was a short-lived, sketch comedy show that came on MTV. They made 26 episodes during the mid-nineties. MTV no longer shows any of those episodes.
Moonlighting (1985 - 1989) - Comedy-Drama set at the Blue Moon Detective Agency. Starred Cybill Shepard as Maddy Hayes, owner, and a then unknown actor, Bruce Willis, as her employee, David Addison, PI.
The Goodies (1970 - 1982) - This long-running surreal British comedy was in many ways, more like The Monkees, than the more famous Monty Python. It followed the silly and absurd, cartoon-like adventures of a wacky trio called the Goodies, whose motto was to do "Anything, Anytime, Anywhere" and they tried to do just that, (but...
Mad About You (1992 - 1999) - Television comedy featuring Paul and Jaime Buchman as a recently married couple living in New York City. They point out the gentle humor of domesticity and in the everyday situations of life.
Birds of a Feather (1989 - 1998) - Comedy TV
Eight is Enough (1977 - 1981) - The comedy-drama chronciled the lives of the Bradford family. Consisting of father Tom (a columnist for a Sacramento newspaper), mother Joan and their eight children: Mary, David, Joanie, Nancy, Elizabeth, Susan, Tommy and Nicholas. After Joan's death, Tom met teacher Abby, and they were married to...
The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour (1971 - 1977) - variety comedy show
The Tom & Jerry Comedy Show (1980 - 1981) - The Tom and Jerry Comedy Show is an American animated television program produced by Filmation for MGM Television in 1980, on CBS for Saturday mornings. The show lasted two seasons (with season two consisting of reruns) and the individual episodes were eventually added to syndicated Tom and Jerry pa...
Freaks and Geeks (1999 - 2000) - The universal experience of teenagehood as lived by the regular old freaks and geeks in a Michigan high school, circa 1980, is the subject of this wistful comedy-drama executive-produced by Emmy-winner Judd Apatow and series creator Paul Feig.
The Flying Nun (1967 - 1970) - The subject of this comedy was Sister Bertrille, a bright,
Dusty's Trail (1973 - 1973) - Bob Denver and Forrest Tucker starred in this comedy about a wayward trip out west. Many have complained that DUSTY'S TRAIL was a western version of GILLIGAN'S ISLAND.
Bodger and Badger (1989 - 1999) - Bodger and Badger was a slapstick comedy for young children about Simon Bodger and his mash potato loving pet, Badger. The creator, Andy Cunningham was the real star as he played both Simon and Badger was his puppet. Over the years they moved around a bit as Simon got different jobs, from working as...
Sherlock Hound (1984 - 1985) - Sherlock Hound and his faithful friend, Dr. Watson, experience many great adventures of mystery against the wicked Professor Moriarty. Most of the plots are based off of the original Sherlock Holmes mysteries, except in the show there is more comedy, and the characters are all dogs!
Dastardly and Muttley in Their Flying Machines (1969 - 1969) - Dick Dastardly got very bored of the Wacky Races because he was losing all the time, so now he's in World War One flying machines trying to stop the pigeon!. The Dastardly duo flies very high with there own comedy act to make Muttley and Dastardly fans snicker with joy!
CBS Movie (1983 - 1993) - The television network of CBS always had movie specials that would air on a certian night of the week. Movies from all genres like comedy, drama, action, science fiction, fantasy, horror, musicals, vintage/classics, and family/childrens movies.
Hannah Montana (2006 - 2011) - Hannah Montana, also known as Hannah Montana Forever for the fourth season, is an American musical comedy series created by Michael Poryes, Rich Correll, and Barry O'Brien which focused on Miley Stewart (portrayed by Miley Cyrus), a teenager living a double life as an average schoolgirl by day and a...
Otaku no Video (1991 - 1991) - A comedy anime and documentary OVA series about an everyday Japanese guy named, Ken Kubo. He is in college, a member of the tennis team and even has a girlfriend. Then one day he comes across his old friend from high school, Tanaka. Tanaka induces Kubo to his otaku friends, all being experts in thie...
The Tim Conway Show (1970 - 1970) - variety comedy show
My Parents Are Aliens (1999 - 2006) - My Parents Are Aliens British children's comedy on CITV about an eccentric family, which started in 1999. It follows the lives of three orphaned children, Melanie, Josh and Lucy Barker, and their foster parents Brian and Sophie Johnson. In series 6, they were joined by adopted CJ. In series 7, Mel l...
Golden Boy (1995 - 1996) - Golden Boy is a Japanese comedy manga series written and illustrated by Tatsuya Egawa about a 25-year-old freeter, pervert, and "travelling student" named Kintaro Oe.
Night Flight (1981 - 1988) - Usa show that showed movies, anime, wierd comedy shows, strange cult horror films, and dynamon japan series.
Mr. Show (1995 - 1998) - A sketch-comedy show hosted by David Cross and Bob Odenkirk which combined live acting with recroded clips into an even flow of non-stop halarity. Every episode followed a theme.
Royal Canadian Air Farce (1995 - Current) - CANADA'S NUMBER ONE COMEDY!!!
Code Monkeys (2007 - 2008) - In the Silicon Valley of Sunnyvale, California during the 1980's two nerds, a slacker named Dave and high-strung Jerry get a job at GameaVision, a fictitious game developer based on the game developers of the 1980's. The show has a heavy emphasis on crude humor and stoner comedy with numerous refere...
Shooting Stars (1995 - 2002) - Shooting Stars is a UK television comedy panel game broadcast on BBC Two. Created by Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer, it is both a parody of the game show format, and an experiment in dadaist television. As such it is possibly one of the most bizarre programmes ever regularly aired. The first series was...
The Benny Hill Show (1969 - 1989) - A comedy show starring British comedian Benny Hill.The series featured Hill's trademark, bawdy style humor,and burlesque dancing routines by"The Hill's Angels"dance troupe.
Princess Resurrection (2007 - 2011) - Kaibutsu jo, lit., Monster Princess)is a Japanese horror comedy manga by Yasunori Mitsunaga. The manga was serialized monthly in Monthly Shnen Sirius magazine and published by Kodansha.[1] A 26-episode anime series by Madhouse aired on TBS in 2007. Both the manga and anime are available in North A...
Porridge (1973 - 1977) - The first episode of Ronnie Barker's Comedy Playhouse-like Seven Of One introduced the northern shopkeeper Arkwright, who went on to become a firm TV favourite in Open All Hours. But the following week's edition, Prisoner And Escort, provided viewers with their first sight of the Londoner lag Norman...
The Jenny McCarthy Show (1997 - 1997) - MTV sketch comedy show starring Jenny McCarthy which also featured various musical guests.
Chip and pepper's cartoon madness (1991 - 1992) - Canadian twins Chip and Pepper Foster hosted this variety show for NBC. The two performed comedy sketches, interviewed celebrities and introduced vintage cartoon shorts from the likes of Captain Caveman and Casper. Also along for the ride was sidekick Buzz Belmondo, fresh off his role as "Buzz" on t...
Crossroads Cafe (1996 - 1996) - Crossroads Cafe is a TV series debuting in the mid 1990s with a focus on teaching English and English skills to non-english speaking people. The show follows the lives of workers in a cafe and one customer. It is comedy and drama. The show is still airing on public television all over the US.
The Ben Stiller Show (1992 - 1993) - The Ben Stiller Show was a sketch comedy television show that aired on FOX from September 1992 to January 1993. It was a spin-off from the successful MTV series of the same name. The show starred Ben Stiller, Andy Dick, Janeane Garofalo and Bob Odenkirk. Character actor John F. O'Donohue also appear...
City Hunter (1987 - 1988) - A mostly episodic series that is half comedy, half crime drama.
Bridget Loves Bernie (1972 - 1972) - Controversial comedy about a rich Irish girl who marries a poor Jewish boy. Starring Meredith Baxter and David Birney (who later married) and co-starring David Doyle, Audra Lindley, Harold J. Stone and Bibi Osterwald. Widely reported that the series was cancelled after Jewish groups pressured CBS.
Little Shop (1991 - 1991) - Inspired by the hit 1986 musical comedy "Little Shop of Horrors". Seymour and Audrey are teenagers and Mr. Mushnik is Audrey's father. Audrey II's lust for blood was replaced with a love for rap for the show. The story usually dealt with teen issues (dating, peer pressure, poularity, etc.)
Win Ben Stein's Money (1997 - 2003) - Win Ben Stein's Money is an American television game show created by Al Burton and Donnie Brainard that aired first-run episodes from July 28, 1997 to January 31, 2003, on Comedy Central. The show featured three contestants who competed to answer general knowledge questions in order to win the grand...
Fernwood 2Night/America 2Night (1977 - 1978) - A 1977 comedy series, created by Norman Lear ,that spoofed talk shows. Martin Mull and Fred Willard played hosts of a fictional talk show called "Fernwood 2Night" set in the fictional small town of Fernwood,Ohio. The show featured outlandish guests and embarrassing situations. In the show's secon...
The Three Stooges (1930 - 1959) - The comedic misadventures of the various Stooge Members Moe, Larry, Curly, Shemp, Joe and Curly Joe which were produced as theatrical shorts; in which the various Stooges would pursue in their well known physical comedy.
Oh My Goddess! (1993 - 1994) - Oh My Goddess is a fantasy/comedy/romance OVA series based on the popular manga by Kosuke Fujishima. While at his dorm alone, college student Keiichi Morisato tries to order some take out food but mistakenly calls the Goddess Relief Office. Suddenly a goddess named Belldandy shows up to grant Kosuke...
Montana Jones (1994 - 1995) - Montana Jones (&#12514;&#12531;&#12479;&#12490;&#12539;&#12472;&#12519;&#12540;&#12531;&#12474;, Montana J&#333;nzu?) is a comedy adventure anime television series which was broadcast in Japan on NHK from April 2, 1994 through April 8, 1995. Studio Jueno (Japan) and REVER (Italy) created the 52 epis...
Nightmare Cafe (1992 - 1992) - Nightmare Cafe is a short-lived American telefantasy program which aired on NBC for an abridged first season from January to April 1992. While the overall tone of the program was that of a mystical fantasy, it frequently incorporated elements of dark humor, horror, and even outright comedy. A total...
The Bill Cosby Show (1969 - 1972) - The Bill Cosby Show was an American situation comedy that aired for two seasons on NBC from 1969 until 1971. There were 52 episodes made in the series. It marked Cosby's first solo foray in television, after his co-starring role in I Spy.
Fred Flintstone & Friends (1977 - 1978) - Daily-strip reruns of classic Hanna-Barbera cartoon series in rotating format, including "The Flintstone Comedy Hour," "Pebbles & Bamm Bamm," "Yogi's Gang," "Goober and the Ghost Chasers," "Jeannie," and "The Partridge Family 2200 A.D."
Lost Universe (1997 - 1997) - Animated Sci-fi comedy series from the creator of Slayers, Hajime Kanzaka. Set in the future (and loosely based around the Slayers Universe), a Trouble Contractor named Kain Blueriver takes on missions across the galaxy for the Universal Guardians. He always wears a cape and carries a weapon known a...
The Commish (1991 - 1995) - Slightly offbeat television police comedy/drama. Tony Scali is the police commissioner in a small town, where solutions to difficult situations often require considerable creativity. Tony's easygoing manner and clever intellect are much more useful to him than weapons or brute force in his fight aga...
Oh Madeline (1982 - 1984) - After 10 years of marriage, Madeline is bored, so she decides to try every trendy diversion that comes along. Plenty of slapstick comedy, along with marital misunderstandings, make this show reminiscent of "I Love Lucy".
Lou Grant (1977 - 1982) - This American drama series stars Edward Asner in the title role, this time as the editor of the Los Angeles Tribune newspaper. This series was the 3rd spin-off from the American comedy series: "The Mary Tyler Moore Show."
The Flintstone Comedy Hour (1972 - 1974) - The Flintstones Comedy Hour was an hour-long Saturday morning cartoon anthology series produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions in 1972 for CBS. The show's segments included the second season of The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show, as well as segments with Fred and Barney and song segments, performed by Peb...
The Sandy Duncan Show (1972 - 1972) - comedy
No Soap, Radio (1983 - 1983) - Short-lived surreal comedy sketch show, hosted by Steve Guttenberg, that somewhat evoked the sensibilities of Ernie Kovacs.
Mr. Merlin (1981 - 1982) - Merlin the Magician is alive and well and living as an auto mechanic in San Francisco. Upon orders from his boss Alexandra, Merlin attempts to train his teenage employee at the garage, Zac, to be his heir apparent. Most of the show's comedy comes from Zac's inexperience with his powers and the chara...
Living Dolls (1989 - 1989) - Living Dolls was a short-lived TV series about four teenage female models sharing a New York brownstone with their agent, herself a former model and her young son. Living Dolls is the spin-off from the hit ABC comedy "Who's the Boss?"
Life As We Know It (1991 - 1991) - Second Citys Life As We Know It was the first sketch comedy special from the new Comedy Central. Its cast featured some of the breakthrough talent then performing with The Second Citys Chicago & Toronto stage companies.
South Central (1994 - 1994) - South Central was a short-lived comedy sitcom that aired on the Fox network from April 5, 1994 to June 4, 1994. It was cancelled midway through its first season, for a total of 10 episodes. The sitcom was set in South Central Los Angeles, and dealt with everyday life in Los Angeles. Many notable act...
Parlez-Moi (1978 - 1980) - French-Canadian comedian Marc Favreau stars as lovable troublemaker, Sol the Tramp, in various comedy sketches that teach children common French words and phrases.
The Bobby Goldsboro Show (1973 - 1975) - The Bobby Goldsboro Show was television's highest rated variety series in syndication in the 1970's. Highly rated 30-minute syndicated music program. 3 seasons beginning in early 1973. Featured multiple songs by Bobby Goldsboro, one guest star only (usually), short comedy with a puppet or video char...
Suddenly Susan (1996 - 2000) - Workplace situation comedy centered on the character of Susan, a "somewhat sheltered" magazine writer who has dumped her rich fianc at the altar and must now cope with being suddenly single - complicated by the fact that her boss at hip San Francisco magazine The Gate is her ex's brother Jack. He h...
House of Buggin' (1995 - 1995) - House of Buggin' was a short lived comedy show. That was starring John Leguizamo, David Herman,(Office Space) and Luis Guzmn among others
Gilligan's Island (1964 - 1967) - Gilligan's Island is an American sitcom created and produced by Sherwood Schwartz and originally produced by United Artists Television. The situation comedy series featured Bob Denver, Alan Hale, Jr., Jim Backus, Natalie Schafer, Russell Johnson, Tina Louise, and Dawn Wells. It aired for three seaso...
Only When I Laugh (1982 - 1986) - A comedy set in the ward of an NHS hospital near Leeds where an odd trio will have you laughing every show.
Rising Damp (1972 - 1979) - Comedy show staring Leonard Rossiter as miserly landlord Rigsby and his love hate relationship with three tenants, Ruth, Alan and Philip.
George and Mildred (1976 - 1979) - A classic seventies comedy about George and Mildred Roper's exploits in surburbia. Mildred longs to climb up the social ladder while lay-about-George is happy to be working class, but without the work.
Second Thoughts (1991 - 1993) - A good-value comedy about two young-middle-aged divorcees with very different backgrounds, trying to build - and cling to - a relationship despite the pressures pulling it apart. The principal players were the ever-excellent James Bolam, cast as Bill Macgregor, the art editor of a style magazine, an...
Girl Meets World (2014 - 2017) - The Disney Channel original comedy series is a sequel to the classic ABC 1990s comedy series "Boy Meets World." In New York City, where Cory Matthews (Ben Savage) and his wife, Topanga Matthews (Danielle Fishel) follow their daughter Riley (Rowan Blanchard) and her best friend Maya Hart (Sabrina Ca...
Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In (1968 - 1973) - Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In (often simply referred to as Laugh-In) is an American sketch comedy television program that ran for 140 episodes from January 22, 1968, to March 12, 1973, on the NBC television network. It was hosted by comedians Dan Rowan and Dick Martin and featured, at various times, Che...
"The Uncle Johnny Coons Show" (1954 - 1956) - Host/Performer:"Uncle Johnny"Coons performs comedy skits and introduces reruns of old silent film comedies.while eating lunch with his viewers. The series aired saturday afternoons on CBS and later on NBC TV.
Gravity Falls (2012 - 2016) - Animated comedy about twins Dipper and Mabel Pines, who live with their eccentric uncle for a summer in Gravity Falls, Oregon, where he operates the world's most bizarre museum.
Joe Bash (1986 - 1986) - A short lived dark comedy starring Peter Boyle as a cynical New York City cop.
Superhost (1969 - 1989) - Superhost was the Saturday afternoon program block on WUAB Cleveland hosted by the late WUAB announcer/floor director Marty Sullivan.The show consisted of comedy skits,Three Stooges shorts,and two sci- fi movies.
Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist (1995 - 2002) - Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist is an American animated series that originally ran on Comedy Central from May 28, 1995 to December 24, 1999, with a final set of three shelved episodes airing in 2002, starring Jonathan Katz, Jon Benjamin, and Laura Silverman. The show was created by Burbank, Califor...
The Brothers Grunt (1994 - 1995) - The Brothers Grunt is a Canadian animated comedy television series that originally aired from August 15, 1994 to April 9, 1995 on MTV. The series centered on Frank, Tony, Bing, Dean and Sammy, an ensemble cast of pale, rubbery humanoids distantly related to human beings, all of them ostensibly male,...
The Soupy Sales Show (1964 - 1966) - Local:WNEW TV Ch.5 NYC/Syndicated:Weekday afternoons and evenings Monday September 7,1964-Monday September 11,1966 Host/performer:Soupy Sales,Head Puppeteer/Comedy Assistant:Frank Nastasi.
Lunch With Soupy Sales/The Soupy Sales Show (1959 - 1962) - ABC TV Network Saturday Afternoons:October 3,1959 -March 25,1961 Friday Nights:January 29,1962-April 13,1962 Host/Performer:Soupy Sales,Head Puppeteer/Comedy Assistant:Clyde Adler.
Paul Ashley & His Puppets/Uncle Paul's Lunchtime (1956 - 1956) - Local:WABD TV Ch.5 NYC Weekday afternoons Monday June 11,1956-Friday June 22,1956 Host/Performer/Puppeteer:Paul Ashley ,Comedy Assistant/Asistant Puppeteer:Chuck McCann.
The Merry Mailman (1950 - 1956) - Local:WOR TV Ch.9 NYC Weekday evenings and Afternoons:Monday October 16,1950-Friday March 22,1956 Host/Performer:"The Merry Mailman"(Ray Heatherton),Comedy Assistants:Milt Moss & Chic Darrow,Puppeteer:Milt Moss
Alf's Hit Talk Show (2004 - 2005) - TV Land Network 2004/2005 Host/Performer/Interviewer:"Alf",Announcer:Ed McMahon,Comedy Assistant:Kevin Butler. "Alf"briefly hosted this late night talk/variety tv show during the 2004/2005 tv season. This was Mr.McMahon's last regular tv appearance.
The Funny Manns (1961 - 1963) - Syndicated 1961 Host/performer/narrator:Cliff Norton,Comedy assistant:Bobby Nicholson. Cliff Norton would perform comedy skits and narrated old silent film comedies.
Birthday House (1963 - 1967) - Local:WNBC TV Ch.4 NYC/Syndicated:Monday-Saturday mornings:Monday April 1,1963-Friday September 8,1967. Hosts/Performers/Instructors:Paul & Ruth Tripp.Regulars:Jan Lara & Kay Lande,Puppeteer and comedy assistant:Tom Tichenor.
Rootie Tootie Club/Rootie Kazootie Club (1950 - 1954) - NBC TV/ABC TV weekday evenings and saturday mornings Saturday October 14,1950-Friday May 16,1954 Host/Performer:"Big Todd"Russell.Comedy assistant:"Mr.Deetle Dootle"(John Schoepperle).Puppeteers:Paul Ashley and Frank Milano.Asistant puppeteers:Chuck McCann and Gus Allegretti. Puppet voices:Naomi Lew...
The Sandy Becker Show/Sandy's Hour (1961 - 1968) - Weekday evenings and afternoons Monday March 30,1961-Friday February 16,1968-Saturday Evenings Saturday March 27,1961-September 4,1965 Host/Performer/Puppeteer:Sandy Becker comedy assistant:Tim Morarity,Jr.
Chuck McCann's Fun Stuff (1989 - 1989) - Local:KHJ TV Ch.9 Los Angeles,Ca. Weekday Mornings Monday September 18,1989-Friday October 13,1989 Host/Performer/Puppeteer:Chuck McCann,comedy assistant/Puppeteer:Barry Thompson
The Paul Winchell Show (1958 - 1960) - ABC TV Network sunday evenings 1958-60..Ventriloquist/Entertainer:Paul Winchell and his puppet pals"Jerry Mahoney","Knuclehead Smiff" and "Oswald"perform comedy skits and introduce variety acts.
Adventures in Odyssey (1991 - 2003) - Based from Christian Radio Drama and Comedy series created by Focus on the Family. The first Adventures in Odyssey video was released in 1991. This series was created following the success of Focus on the Family's involvement in Tyndale House's video project, McGee and Me. Originally, the Odyssey vi...
World of Quest (2008 - 2009) - Quest is large, but Nestor's in charge in this pumped up odd couple comedy!
Black Butler (2008 - 2009) - In this dark dramatic comedy adventure anime takes place in a 19th century London when a young boy sells his soul to a demon in order to avenge his family's death and successfully lead their influential toy manufacturing company. The demon takes the form of a loyal butler named Sebastian who's alway...
The LucyDesi Comedy Hour (1957 - 1960) - A hour-long continuation of I Love Lucy. Lucy and her husband, Ricky Ricardo, are living in the country with their best friends and old landlords.
Goin' Bulilit (2005 - Current) - Goin' Bulilit (lit. Goin' Kids) is a sketch comedy show for kids broadcast on and created by ABS-CBN in the Philippines.
Our Miss Brooks (1952 - 1956) - Our Miss Brooks is an American situation comedy starring Eve Arden as a sardonic high school English teacher.
Me and My Monsters (2010 - 2011) - s a children's comedy television program from The Jim Henson Company that combines live action and puppetry. The series is an Australian/UK co-production filmed in Australia. It first screened on CBBC on 18 October 2010 and airs on Network Ten and Nickelodeon.The Carlson family, who have recently re...
The Keith Harris Show (1982 - 1990) - a comedy variety show on BBC TV featuring Keith Harris and Orville the Duck.
OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes (2016 - 2017) - an American action comedy animated series created by Ian Jones-Quartey for Cartoon Network.The show is based on Jones-Quartey's pilot Lakewood Plaza Turbo, which was released as part of Cartoon Network's 2013 Summer Shorts project. It is produced by Cartoon Network Studios. The web series premiered...
Stuck in the Middle (2016), (2016 - 2018) - an American comedy television series developed by Alison Brown and Linda Videtti Figueiredo and created by Alison Brown that aired on Disney Channel from February 14, 2016 to July 23, 2018. The series stars Jenna Ortega, Ronni Hawk, Isaak Presley, Ariana Greenblatt, Kayla Maisonet, Nicolas Bechtel,...
Muteking, The Dashing Warrior (1980 - 1981) - Tondemo Senshi Muteking) is a science fiction comedy anime series by Tatsunoko Productions,created in 1980. It ran from September 7, 1980, to September 27, 1981, on Fuji TV.[3] Twelve-year-old Rin Yuki loyally supported his father when the world laughed at the scientist for saying that Earth was abo...
Late Night with Conan O'Brien (1993 - 2009) - an American late-night talk show hosted by Conan O'Brien that aired 2,725 episodes[1] on NBC between 1993 and 2009. The show featured varied comedic material, celebrity interviews, and musical and comedy performances. Late Night aired weeknights at 12:37 am Eastern/11:37 pm Central and 12:37 am Moun...
The Hanna-Barbera Happy Hour (1978 - Current) - an American television comedy-variety show produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions which aired for five consecutive weeks on NBC from April 13 to May 11, 1978.The show was hosted by two life-size female puppets named Honey and Sis: Honey (voiced by Udana Power) is a 19-year-old willowy tall blond who...
Roger and the Rottentrolls (1996 - 2000) - (sometimes called The Rottentrolls) is a children's comedy television series made for ITV by The Children's Company, which combined puppets with live action human actors. It was first broadcast on 13 September 1996, and ended on 25 February 2000.Written by Tim Firth, it was based on characters creat...
Kidding (2018 - Current) - an American comedy-drama television series created by Dave Holstein that premiered on September 9, 2018, on Showtime. The series stars Jim Carrey, Frank Langella, Judy Greer, Cole Allen, Juliet Morris, and Catherine Keener and marks the second collaboration between director and executive producer Mi...
Tanaka-kun is Always Listless (2016 - Current) - an ongoing Japanese slice of life comedy shnen web manga series written and illustrated by Nozomi Uda. It's published by Square Enix, with serialization on Gangan Online website and with twelve volumes released, as of March 2019. An anime adaptation by Silver Link aired from April 9 to June 25, 201...
Seiyu's Life! (2015 - Current) - (Japanese: ! Hepburn: Sore ga Seiy!, lit. That is a Voice Actor!) is a comedy 4-panel djin manga series. The manga is written by the voice actress Masumi Asano, with art by Kenjiro Hata, and is released under the circle name Hajimemashite. The manga was launched at Comiket 81 in December 2011...
Hepburn: 100% Pasukaru-Sensei, lit. 100% Pascal Teacher) is a Japanese gag comedy manga series written and illustrated by Yji Nagai. it was serialized in Shogakukan's Coro Coro Comic magazine from January 15, 2015 to October 15, 2015, and has been compiled into seven tankbon...
Tottemo! Luckyman (1994 - 1995) - lit. "Absolutely! Luckyman") a Japanese manga series created by Hiroshi Gam for the shnen anthology magazine Weekly Shnen Jump. Running between 1993 and 1997, this gag comedy series focused on the adventures of a bizarre superhero on his fights against various aliens and other enemies threatening...
Hacker's Olympic Rundown (2016 - Current) - a British comedy-sports miniseries which aired on CBBC during the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. Presented by Hacker T. Dog, each episode featured a rundown of the previous day's events with a humorous twist on them. Characters from Hacker Time, Wilf Breadbin and Derek McGee appeared as Hac...
It's Alive! (1993 - 1997) - a Canadian children's variety show that aired on YTV between 1993 and 1997. Coined "the least educational show on television", the show mainly consisted of comedy sketches, celebrity interviews, musical performances, game shows, and obstacle challenges. In its original six-episode first season, epis...
Scrubs (2001 - 2010) - an American medical comedy-drama television series created by Bill Lawrence that aired from October 2, 2001, to March 17, 2010, on NBC and later ABC. The series follows the lives of employees at the fictional Sacred Heart Hospital, which later becomes a Teaching Hospital. The title is a play on surg...
Game Shakers (2015 - 2019) - an American comedy television series created by Dan Schneider that premiered on Nickelodeon on September 12, 2015. The series stars Cree Cicchino, Madisyn Shipman, Benjamin "Lil' P-Nut" Flores, Jr., Thomas Kuc, and Kel Mitchell.The series revolves around two seventh graders, Babe and Kenzie, living...
Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn (2014 - 2018) - an American comedy television series developed by Michael Feldman and created by Matt Fleckenstein that aired on Nickelodeon from September 13, 2014 to August 4, 2018. The series stars Brian Stepanek, Allison Munn, Aidan Gallagher, Casey Simpson, Mace Coronel, Lizzy Greene, Gabrielle Elyse, and Kyla...
Young Sheldon (2017 - Current) - (stylized as young Sheldon) is an American comedy television series on CBS created by Chuck Lorre and Steven Molaro. The series is a spin-off prequel to The Big Bang Theory and begins with the character Sheldon Cooper at the age of nine, living with his family in East Texas and going to high school....
The Naked Brothers Band (2007 - 2009) - The Naked Brothers Band is an American musical comedy television series created by Polly Draper for Nickelodeon. It depicts the daily lives of Draper's sons, who lead a fictional world-renowned rock band in New York City. As a mockumentary, the storyline is an embellishment of their real lives, and...
Just For Kicks (2006 - 2006) - Just for Kicks is an American comedy-drama series that aired on the Nickelodeon television network as a part of the channel's TEENick television lineup. The series is about a group of girls on a soccer team set in New York City.
Big Time Rush (2009 - 2013) - Big Time Rush is an American musical comedy television series that originally aired on Nickelodeon from November 28, 2009, until July 25, 2013. It was created by Scott Fellows (also the creator of Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide and Johnny Test and the head writer of The Fairly OddParents)....
Mr. Osomatsu (2015 - 2018) - Mr. Osomatsu is a 2015 comedy anime television series by Pierrot, based on Fujio Akatsuka's 1962 manga series, Osomatsu-kun.
Osomatsu-kun (1966 - 1967) - A wacky comedy about identical sextuplets causing wild pranks. Each episode features 2 stories.
Danger 5 (2012 - 2015) - Danger 5 is an Australian action comedy television series which premiered on SBS One on 27 February 2012. It is set in a bizarre, campy, 1960s interpretation of World War II and follows a group of five international spies on a mission to kill Adolf Hitler and thwart his plans of world domination. Th...
MAD (2010 - 2013) - An American animated sketch comedy produced by Warner Bros. Animation. The series was based on MAD Magazine, where each episode is a collection of short animated parodies of television shows, movies, games, celebrities, and other media using various types of animation (CGI, claymation, stopmotion, e...
T.U.F.F. Puppy (2010 - 2015) - an American action animated comedy television series created by Butch Hartman for Nickelodeon. It premiered on October 2, 2010 at 11:00 a.m., on Nickelodeon along with Planet Sheen. T.U.F.F. Puppy is Butch Hartman's third animated series for Nickelodeon, after The Fairly OddParents and Danny Phantom...
Yondemasuyo, Azazel-san (2011 - 2013) - lit. You're Being Summoned, Azazel-san.) is a Japanese comedy manga written and illustrated by Yasuhisa Kubo. A 13-episode anime adaptation by Production I.G aired in Japan between April and July, 2011. A second season aired during April 2013. Right Stuf, Inc. released both seasons on R1 DVD in Febr...
Yumeria (2004 - Current) - Studio Deen produced a 12-episode comedy, adventure, anime television series broadcast on TBS in Japan in 2004. The series was originally licensed in North America by ADV Films who initially released the series in three English language DVD volumes in 2005 and 2006.Tomokazu Mikuri, the main characte...
Oruchuban Ebichu (1999 - Current) - an anime produced by Gainax, but animated by Group TAC. It first aired six eight-minute episodes in 1999 as one-third of the show Modern Love's Silliness. Ebichu is very adult in nature, and its comedy, explicit violence, innuendo, and sexual intercourse scenes could only be shown on DirecTV Japan....
Trouble Chocolate (1999 - 2000) - a romantic comedy fantasy anime produced by AIC in 1999 and is licensed in the United States by Viz Media. The series features Cacao, a student at Micro-Grand Academy studying magic. One day, while his magic class teacher, Ghana, is performing a spell to summon a tree spirit, Cacao finds and eats so...
Super Milk-chan (1998 - 2000) - Sp Miruku Chan) is an anime comedy directed by Hideyuki Tanaka and produced by Genco, Suplex, framegraphics and Geneon Entertainment for the 24-hour channel Animax. The show pre-began as 14 eight-minute segment episodes which aired on Fuji Television's Flyer TV block from June 18, 1998 to Septembe...
UFO Ultramaiden Valkyrie (2002 - 2006) - a science fiction/comedy anime series based on the manga series UFO Princess Valkyrie. A total of 32 anime episodes and one specially released OVA episode were eventually produced. Seasons 1 and 2 were broadcast in Japan on Kids Station between 2002 and 2004. The anime series was released on DVD in...
The Mickey Mouse Club (1955 - 1959) - "The Mickey Mouse Club" is the second TV series from Disney and a variety show for kids, with such regular features as comedy segments, music, talent, a newsreel, a cartoon, and a serial.
The Tonight Show (1954 - Current) - The Tonight Show is NBC's late-night talk/comedy show and the first and longest running late-night talk show on television. Steve Allen was the very first host of the show in its 1954 debut followed by Jack Parr who took over in 1957, but it's longest and most well-known host is Johnny Carson, host...
The Late Show (1993 - Current) - The Late Show is CBS's late night talk/comedy show hosted by comedian David Letterman. In each episode, Letterman often rants humorously about the previous day's events with references to pop culture and politics. The show often features celebrity and musical guests. The show's long time host since...
The George Lopez Show (2002 - 2007) - Comedian George Lopez stars in a family sitcom on ABC. The comedy revolves around a fictionalized portrayal of George Lopez, working at the Power Bros. aviation factory and raising his family consisting of his wife Angie, his daughter Carmen, and his son, Max, after having endured through a dysfunct...
The Bugs Bunny/Looney Tunes Comedy Hour (1985 - 1986) - A briefly-lasting version of "The Bugs Bunny Show" this is what the show was called when it moved back to ABC in 1985. The show was an hour long and did not air Tweety or Speedy Gonzales cartoons but they were added a year later when the show was renamed "The Bugs Bunny & Tweety Show".
1st & Ten (HBO TV series) (1984 - 1991) - 1st & Ten is an American situation comedy that aired between December 1984 and January 1991 on the cable television network HBO. Featuring series regulars Delta Burke and veteran Reid Shelton, it was one of cable's first attempts to lure the lucrative sit-com audience away from the "Big Three", by t...
Just Say Julie (1989 - 1992) - A Sketch Comedy show staring comedian Julie Brown.
Slayers Special (1996 - 1996) - Fantasy comedy OVA series featuring Lina Inverse and Naga the Serpent in 3 episodes of adventures. Lina and Naga take on a clones, training a wimp and destroying a mirror.
Slayers Excellent (1998 - 1999) - Fantasy comedy OVA featuring more adventures of Lina Inverse and Naga the Serpent.
My Name is Earl (2005 - 2009) - My Name Is Earl is an American television comedy series created by Greg Garcia that was originally broadcast on the NBC television network from September 20, 2005, to May 14, 2009, in the United States. It was produced by 20th Century Fox Television and starred Jason Lee as the title character.
Wonder Showzen (2005 - 2006) - Wonder Showzen is an American sketch comedy television series that aired between 2005 and 2006 on MTV2. The show's format is that of educational PBS children's television shows such as Sesame Street and The Electric Company (e.g. use of stock footage, puppetry, and clips of children being interviewe...
Drawn Together (2004 - 2008) - Drawn Together is an American animated television series, which ran on Comedy Central from October 27, 2004 to November 14, 2007. The series was created by Dave Jeser and Matt Silverstein, and uses a sitcom format with a TV reality show setting. Like that of The Surreal Life, the show's eight charac...
Remember WENN (1996 - 1998) - Amanda Naughton,Hugh O'Gorman,and Melinda Mullins,star in this AMC comedy-drama series.Set in the early 40's,at a Pittsburgh radio station"WENN",the series revolved around the lives of the station's actors and staff.It also dealt,with the unfolding events of World War II.The series lasted 4 seasons(...
Lotsa Luck (1973 - 1974) - Lotsa Luck was a 1973-74 comedy series starring Dom DeLuise as bachelor Stanley Belmont who lives with his bossy mother (Kathleen Freeman), his sister Olive (Beverly Sanders) and her unemployed husband, Arthur (Wynn Irwin). Jack Knight stars as Stanley's best friend, Bummy.
On The Buses (1969 - 1973) - On The Buses was a British situation comedy created by Ronald Wolfe and Ronald Chesney. The pair had already had successes with The Rag Trade and Meet the Wife for the BBC. The BBC rejected this offering and so the pair turned to ITV station London Weekend Television. The show was accepted and altho...
Ruin Explorers (1995 - 1995) - Ruin Explorers is OVA fantasy comedy series from ANIMATE and Asia-Do. This series about treasure hunters Iri (a sorceress who turns into a mouse whenever she uses her magic) and Fam (a sorceress catgirl) trying to find a item called the Ultimate Power. While on their journey they come across a princ...
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1992 - 2014) - The Tonight Show is NBC's late-night talk/comedy show and the first and longest running late-night talk show on television. Steve Allen was the very first host of the show in its 1954 debut, but it's longest and most well-known host is Johnny Carson, host from 1962 to 1992. Jay Leno took over in 199...
Tucker's Witch (1982 - 1983) - Tuckers Witch was a comedy detective series starring Tim Matheson & Catherine Hicks as Husband & Wife detectives Rick & Amanda Tucker.Rick & Amanda own & run a detective agency "Tucker & Tucker Investigation Agency" Rick is an above average Detective,Amanda is a Witch ( whose powers are not-always-r...
The Dean Martin Show (1965 - 1974) - The Dean Martin Show was a TV variety-comedy series that ran from 1965 to 1974, for 245 episodes. It was broadcast by NBC and hosted by legendary crooner Dean Martin. The theme song to the series was his 1964 hit "Everybody Loves Somebody."
Dweebs (1995 - 1995) - This comedy was about an office manager that works for a giant computer software company who teaches her reclusive boss and his nerdy employees how to communicate better. The show was aired friday @ 8:00PM on CBS
Def Comedy Jam (1992 - 1997) - Def Comedy Jam was not the first comedy special featured on HBO but it was one of the few that had a majority African American comedian showcase.Premiering in 1992 it was produced by Hip Hop entrepreneur Russell Simmons and hosted by a young up and coming Martin Lawrence. Known infamously for its b...
Hyper Police (1997 - 1997) - A sci-fi comedy cop anime series based on the manga by Minoru Tachikawa (under the alias MEE).
The Two Ronnies (1971 - 1988) - The Two Ronnies Was A Classic British Comedy Show Starring Ronnie Barker & Ronnie Corbett. The Show Ran On The BBC From 1971 To 1988.
Braceface (2001 - 2004) - Featuring Alicia Silverstone as the voice of Sharon Spitz, Braceface is an award winning half-hour animated comedy chronicling the perils of adolescence. Sharon also finds herself dealing with mysterious and embarrassing mishaps caused by her new braces. No one ever said that growing up is easy, and...
Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi (2004 - 2006) - An American-Japanese animated fantasy-comedy television series from Cartoon Network and TV Tokyo, produced by Renegade Animation and Cartoon Network Studios in Japan. The show was created by Sam Register, who also serves as the series' executive producer.
Late Night with David Letterman (1982 - 1993) - Late Night with David Letterman was a nightly hour-long comedy talk show on NBC that was created and hosted by David Letterman. It premiered in 1982 as the first incarnation of the Late Night franchise and went off the air in 1993, after Letterman left NBC and moved to Late Show on CBS.
Late Night (1982 - Current) - A late night talk/sketch comedy show on NBC. Hosted at first by David Letterman and then by Conan O'Brien. The show originally began airing only four nights a week, Monday through Thursday, with Friday night shows later being added. When it debuted in 1982, it was hosted by David Letterman and would...
The Daily Show (1996 - Current) - Comedy Central takes a hilarious look at recent headlines, media organizations and political figures. Originally hosted by Craig Killborn, the show was taken over by host John Stewart in 1999 who was perhaps its most swell-known host. After he retired in 2015 South African Trevor Noah took the show...
X-Play (1998 - 2013) - What do you get when you cross video game news and sketch comedy? You get X-Play, the biggest and most popular gaming show on TV! The show began as Gamespot TV in 1998 on the ZDTV Network and featured a set format for each episode. Each episode would start off with Game News, where Adam Sessler or L...
Portal (2002 - 2004) - A show on G4 which was a combination of a comedy, soap opera, a skit comedy, and news on the gaming industry. It was one of G4's most popular shows in its run.
Wibbly Pig (2009 - 2010) - Based on Mick Inkpens multi-award winning literary franchise Wibbly Pig (over two million books sold worldwide), Wibbly Pig is a comedy series that takes the daily routine of a young child and finds humor and fun in every part of it. Wibbly simply does what children do. From day to day activities l...
BH90210 (2019 - 2019) - This American primetime comedy-drama series focusing on the original Beverly Hills, 90210 cast members reunited to get a reboot and running, and must reconcile their new lives with the complications of their histories together.
American Comedy Awards (1987 - Current) - The American Comedy Awards are a group of awards presented annually in the United States recognizing performances and performers in the field of comedy, with an emphasis on television comedy and comedy films. They began in 1987, billed as the "first awards show to honor all forms of comedy." In 1989...
Messy Goes to Okido (2015 - 2019) - Messy Goes to Okido is a comedy adventure series starring Messy, a little blue monster. Hes furry and purry and always wants to go to Okido, a magical land where his friends Zoe and Felix live.
Green Eggs and Ham (2019 - Current) - Green Eggs and Ham is an American animated comedy adventure streaming television series loosely based on the 1960 Dr. Seuss book of the same title. It premiered on November 8, 2019 on Netflix. The series has received critical acclaim for its animation, humor, story and voice acting. In December 2019...
What-a-Mess! (1979 - 1981) - What-a-Mess was a series of children's books written by British comedy writer Frank Muir and illustrated by Joseph Wright. The title character is a disheveled (hence his nickname), accident-prone Afghan Hound puppy, whose real name is Prince Amir of Kinjan. The book series was later made into two an...
Cat & Keet (2015 - 2016) - Cat & Keet is a comedy cartoon for children which shows the funny adventures of a cat named Cat and a parakeet named Keet. They are usually joined by a funny donkey named Dunks.
Manic mansion (1990 - 1993) - The series was based of the hit game with the same name but the difference was it was a comedy the game was more like a action adventure role playing game for 5e nes
Leave It to Beaver (1957 - 1963) - This American TV comedy series about a boy named Theodore "The Beaver" Cleaver (Jerry Mathers).
The Red Skelton Show (1951 - 1971) - An American television comedy/variety show that, from 1951 to 1971, was an entertainment fetish and an institution to a generation of viewers. In the decade prior to hosting the show, Richard "Red" Skelton had a successful career as a radio and motion pictures star. Although his television series is...
Dokonj Gaeru (1972 - 1982) - Dokonj Gaeru (, English: The Gutsy Frog) is a comedy manga published and serialized in Shueishas Weekly Shonen Jump by Yasumi Yoshizawa between 1970 to 1976. It follows Pyonkichi the frog who was later squashed after middle school boy Hiroshi tripped over, becoming an animated shirt imprin...
Shaggy & Scooby-Doo Get a Clue! (2006 - 2008) - American animated comedy series produced by Warner Bros. Animation, the tenth incarnation of Hanna-Barbera's Scooby-Doo franchise.
Good Burger(1997) - Based on a sketch from the long running Nickelodeon hit comedy All That. The dimwitted Good Burger Employee ED first meets laid back teen slacker Dexter Reed,When ED runs out into the street delivering fast food on roller blades thus causing Dexter to wreck both his mother and teachers car. In order...
Ace Ventura: Pet Detective(1994) - The 1994 box-office hit that turned comedy maniac Jim Carrey into Hollywood's first $20-million man, this gag-filled no-brainer stars Carrey as the titular rubber-faced gumshoe who tracks down lost pets for his heartbroken clients. Ace's latest case involves the apparent kidnapping of the Miami Dolp...
Pete's Dragon(1977) - Lively musical comedy in which a magical and sometimes mischievious dragon, Elliot, inadvertently causes chaos and confusion in Passamaquoddy, a Maine fishing village. To help a young orphan, Pete, break away from his evil fosterparents, the Gogans, and find a happy home with Nora and her father Lam...
Little Monsters(1989) - Little Monsters is a 1989 American fantasy black comedy film starring Fred Savage as Brian Stevenson, a sixth-grader who has recently moved to a new town, and Howie Mandel as Maurice, the monster under th
Robin Hood: Men In Tights(1993) - directed and co-wrote this satiric comedy which lampoons a number of cinematic treatments of the legend of Sherwood Forest, including Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves and The Adventures of Robin Hood. Robin Hood (Cary Elwes) comes home after fighting in the Crusades to learn that the noble King Richard...
The Cable Guy(1996) - If you think Jim Carrey's comedy is an acquired taste, think of The Cable Guy as a potent bottle of bittersweet wine. The film has a lingering aftertaste, but it is just a bit too dark, a bit too extreme to invite another serving. On the other hand, you've got to give Carrey some credit for risking...
The Mighty Ducks(1992) - The Mighty Ducks is a 1992 American sports comedy-drama film directed by Stephen Herek, starring Emilio Estevez. It was produced by The Kerner Entertainment Company and AvnetKerner Productions and distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. It is the first film in the Might
The Addams Family(1991) - The Addams Family is a 1991 American fantasy comedy film based on the characters from the cartoon of the same name created by cartoonist Charles Addams. Gomez Addams (Ral Juli) laments the 25-year absence of his brother Fester (Christopher Lloyd), who disappeared after the two had a falling-out. G...
Ernest Goes to Camp(1987) - Ernest gets a job as a fix-it man at a summer camp for troubled boys, but what he really wants to be is a counselor. This juvenile comedy, filled with potty humor and slapstick, chronicles his campaign to get a promotion. As a consummate bungler, he ends up causing all kinds of comical chaos. Fortun...
There's Something About Mary(1998) - This movie was my first real experience of Ben Stiller and in the numerous times I have seen it, I have yet to tire of it. It endures as one of my favourite movies, and I hate romantic comedies as a rule! However, this is not your usual romantic comedy by any stretch of th
M.A.S.H.(1970) - The movie that more or less inspired the the hit TV show (even though some folk don't want to admit it). This dark comedy set during the Korean War (though that is never mentioned) told the story of the series off-kilter wacky happenings at the 4077th M*A*S*H unit.This movie follows the antics of Ha...
My Boyfriends Back(1993) - Actor Bob Balaban directed this black comedy for Disney concerning a young zombie's love for a pretty high school girl. Johnny Dingle (Andrew Lowery) is a sweet-natured soul who has been in love with Missy McCloud (Traci Lind) ever since first grade, but he's always been reluctant to ask her out, fe...
Fright Night(1985) - A teenage horror film addict is shocked to discover that his new next-door neighbor is a vampire in this delightful mix of horror and comedy. The problems only grow for young Charley Brewster (William Ragsdale) when he expresses his thoughts about fanged new neighbor Jerry Dandridge (Chris Sarandon)...
Dirty Work(1998) - Shortly after leaving the "Weekend Update" anchor slot on Saturday Night Live, Norm Macdonald resurfaced in this comedy about smart-aleck Mitch Weaver who teams with buddy Sam McKenna (Artie Lange of Mad TV). They open a revenge-for-hire business (Dirty Work Inc.) in order to raise $50,000 so Sam's...
Rookie of the Year(1993) - Rookie of the Year is a light-hearted comedy about a 12-year-old baseball fan who, despite his love for the sport, can't play the game at all. During one Little League contest, he breaks his arm. After it heals, it miraculously becomes a super-human arm that can out-pitch any player in the major lea...
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes!(1978) - One of the first films ever to be designed specifically to become a cult movie, this silly low-budget comedy has tomatoes growing to giant size and terrorizing screaming '70s types. It's really bad on purpose, with awful effects and a dumb script, in hopes of luring fans of campy old movies like Pla...
Suburban Commando(1991) - In this scifi/comedy Hulk Hogan plays an intergalactic warior named Shep Ramsey who must land on Earth to repair his ship after he accidently damages the dashboard following a deep space battle with his arch enemy General Suitor. The only problem with this is that he hates Earthlings. He then rents...
Blank Check(1994) - Blank Check (in the United Kingdom originally released as Blank Cheque)[3][4] is a 1994 American comedy film directed by Rupert Wainwright and starring Brian Bonsall, Karen Duffy, Miguel Ferrer, James Rebhorn, Tone Lc, Jayne Atkinson and Michael Lerner. It was released on February 11, 1994 by Walt...
Jingle All the Way(1996) - The true meaning of Christmas desperate last-minute shopping is the subject of this holiday-themed comedy. Howard Langston (Arnold Schwarzenegger) is a mattress salesman with a bad habit of putting his work ahead of his family. His son Jamie (Jake Lloyd), who wishes Dad would pay more attention to...
Streets of Fire(1984) - Streets of Fire is a film that was directed by Walter Hill, and co-written by Hill and Larry Gross in the fall and winter of 1983. It was described in the previews, trailers, and posters as "A Rock & Roll Fable." It's an unusual mix of part musical, part drama and part comedy with a setting that is...
Brain Damage(1988) - Basket Case director Frank Henenlotter explores another bizarre symbiotic human-monster relationship in this surreal horror-comedy about a young man named Brian (Rick Herbst) who emerges from a night of bizarre hallucinations to find a jovial talking slug attached to his body. The creature, a brain-...
Mother Goose Rock 'N Rhyme(1990) - Return to Rhymeland as Shelley Duvall and some very famous friends star in Mother Goose Rock 'n' Rhyme, a live action, comedy/music fable-fest the entire family will floc
Bingo(1991) - Bingo, the runaway circus dog, is off the leash and saving Chuckie's life! Bingo and the boy become the best of friends in this canine comedy featuring doggy disguises and skateboarding, pinball and prison. Chuckie and his parents (Cindy Williams and David Rasche) are moving house, a thousand miles...
Orgazmo(1997) - Trey Parker, creator of the TV series South Park, wrote, directed, and stars in this cheerfully vulgar comedy. Joe Young (Parker) is a devout Mormon living in L.A. trying to raise enough money to go back to Utah and marry his girlfriend, Lisa (Robyn Lynne Raab). Joe is spreading the word about the c...
Dick Tracy(1990) - Warren Beatty directed and starred in this big-budget action comedy featuring Chester Gould's square-jawed, two-dimensional comic strip detective. Ruthless gangster Big Boy Caprice (Al Pacino) touches off a gang war against underworld boss Lips Manlis (Paul Sorvino), with Big Boy and his minions rub...
The Adventures of Ford Fairlane(1990) - Controversial and often offensive stand-up comedian Andrew Dice Clay made his debut as a feature film star in this crude comedy. Fairlane is a "rock and roll detective" who works in the music business, has an office on Sunset Boulevard, and drives a 1957 Ford, with clothing to match. He floats throu...
But I'm a Cheerleader(1999) - But I'm a Cheerleader is a 1999 American satirical romantic comedy film directed by Jamie Babbit and written by Brian Wayne Peterson. Natasha Lyonne stars as Megan Bloomfield, a high school cheerleader whose parents send her to a residential inpatient conversion therapy camp to cure her lesbianism....
Romy and Michele's High School Reunion(1997) - Two dimwitted pals attempt to fib their way through their high school reunion with disastrous results in this bubbly comedy from David Mirkin, frequent director of the cult TV sitcom "Get a Life!". Los Angeles dim-bulbs Romy (Mira Sorvino) and Michele (Lisa Kudrow) have been best friends since child...
Night of the Creeps(1986) - Virtually unnoticed during its brief theatrical run, this wildly entertaining horror-comedy achieved healthy cult status following its home-video and cable TV releases. The directorial debut of Fred Dekker (writer of the successful horror parody House), this low-budget effort throws alien monsters,...
Dream a Little Dream(1989) - An unfortunate bike accident leaves the minds of an elderly man and a young teenager swapped over - and the teenager uses the mind of the elderly man to win the girl of his dreams. An excellent comedy with a superb cast and is certainly well worth watching if you get
Heathers(1989) - A deliciously nasty black comedy, Heathers is set at a cliquish high school in Ohio. The most exclusive of those cliques is the Heathers, comprised of the prettiest and most popular girls in town. The group's leader is the manipulative Kim Walker, who orchestrates the humiliation of anyone who fails...
Idle Hands(1999) - Teenage burnouts and post-modern slasher films are both raked over the satiric coals in the blood-soaked comedy Idle Hands. Anton (Devon Sawa) is a cheerful but exceedingly non-ambitious 17-year-old stoner who lives to stay buzzed, watch TV, and moon over Molly (Jessica Alba), the beautiful girl who...
Freaked(1993) - The manic writing-directing comedy team of Tom Stern and Alex Winter (the latter of Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure and Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey) followed up their deranged short-film collaborations and the short-lived MTV series The Idiot Box with this comic fantasy, which amounts to a virtual c...
Fright Night Part II(1988) - This horror-comedy sequel finds the teen protagonist of Fright Night being terrorized by the undead sister of the vampire he killed in the original film. Two years after the death of bloodsucker Jerry Dandridge, young Charley Brewster (William Ragsdale) has settled into life as a college student and...
The Big Lebowski(1998) - The plot of this Raymond Chandler-esque comedy crime caper from the Coen Brothers (Joel Coen and Ethan Coen) pivots around a case of mistaken identity complicated by extortion, double-crosses, deception, embezzlement, sex, pot, and gallons of White Russians (made with fresh cream, please). In 1991,...
Jungle 2 Jungle(1997) - A man finds the son he never knew he had, and a boy discovers a city he never knew existed, in this comedy. Michael Cromwell (Tim Allen) is a commodities broker who deals in coffee beans; while on a trip to Brazil, Michael is abandoned by his wife Patricia (JoBeth Williams), an anthropologist who de...
I'm Gonna Git You Sucka(1988) - in the comedy I'm Gonna Git You Sucka. Jack Spade (Wayans) returns home from a hitch in the army to find his brother Junebug has died from an overdose of gold chains, leaving his widow Cheryl (Dawnn Lewis) and mother Ma Bell (Ja'net DuBois) alone to fend for themselves. Ma throws two inept thugs (D...
Police Academy(1984) - Public safety takes a turn for the worse in this hit comedy, which spawned a long-running franchise. As a crime wave sweeps through a major city, the mayor decides that part of the problem may stem from overly restrictive qualifications for police officers, so she opens the door of the city's Police...
Grumpy Old Men(1993) - This cheerful holiday comedy, a surprise box office smash, featured a generous dollop of raunchy, crude humor and was greatly elevated by the presence of masterful performers in the lead roles. Jack Lemmon is John Gustafson, an ice-fishing Minnesota native who has been feuding with his neighbor and...
The Birds(1963) - In THE BIRDS, Alfred Hitchcock's heart-pounding follow-up to PSYCHO, the director couples a tone of rigorous morality with dark humor to create a thriller that begins as a light comedy and ends as an apocalyptic allegory. Tippi Hedren (Melanie Griffith's mother) carries the picture in her first film...
Cool Runnings(1993) - Cool Runnings is a 1993 American comedy sports film directed by Jon Turteltaub and starring Leon, Doug E. Doug, Rawle D. Lewis, Malik Yoba, and John Candy. The film was released in the United States on October 1, 1993. It was Candy's last film to be released during his lifetime. It is loosely based...
Cannibal: The Musical(1993) - Trey Parker & Matt Stone's first film before thier success of South Park. This is a comedy musical tale (released by Troma) of the true life tragic stroy of Alferd Packer while leading a group of travelers. It tells the story through various flashbacks seeing if Alferd Packer truely murdered & ate...
Ernest Rides Again(1993) - Ernest P. Worrell (Jim Varney) inadvertently finds the long-missing British crown jewels (the tower of London contains fake jewels, according to the film) after he stumbles over a half-buried cannon from the Revolutionary War on the campus of the university where he works. This dim-bulbed comedy (th...
Big Bully(2012) - In this comedy, a writer's triumphant return to his home town turns out to have a very long string attached. As a child, small and timid David Leary grew up in Hastings, Minnesota, where he lived in mortal fear of the school bully, Roscoe Bigger, aka "Fang." Fang loved nothing more than making David...
Drive Me Crazy(1999) - Opposites attract with irresistible force in this fresh, funny, feel-good comedy about two mismatched teens who scheme to make their ex's jealous. Melissa Joan Hart (TV's "Sabrina the Teenage Witch") is "picture perfect" (CBS-TV, Fort Worth) as a peppy preppy who performs the ultimate makeover on he...
Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday The 13th(2000) - Several of the biggest teen horror hits of the 1990s get slashed in this satiric comedy. Hagitha Utslay (Tiffani Amber Thiessen) is a television reporter with Empty-V News who is covering a series of murders that have the students of Bulimia Falls High School quaking in their boots. The school's pri...
Remote(1993) - This lively children's comedy centers upon a 13-year-old electronic whiz with a knack for building clever remote control gadgets. Young Randy gets into big trouble after one of his inventions destroys his buddy's science project. Afterward, his parents attempt to get him to find other interests. Its...
Dr. Jekyll and Ms. Hyde(1995) - In this spoof of Robert Louis Stevens classic novel comes a very fine comedy with Tim Daly and Sean Young. Dr. Richard Jacks(Daly), is a man who creates perfumes for companies. One day he discovers a journal belonging to his great grandfather, Dr. Henry Jekyll, that talks about a revolutionary disco...
Kung Pow: Enter the Fist(2002) - Steve Oedekerk, The Director who brought you Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls, Jimmy Neutron, Barnyard, and the Nutty Professor, Brings you this funny Martial arts comedy from a 1970s Hong Kong Flick. Steve Oedekerk Directs,Produces,Writes,and Stars in this movie playing the part about a man, named Th...
Election(1999) - In this satirical comedy, a hotly contested high school election becomes a metaphor for the current state of American politics. Jim McAllister (Matthew Broderick) is a popular and well-respected instructor at George Washington Carver High School in Omaha, Nebraska, but lately he's been unhappy in bo...
The Nutty Professor(1996) - Eddie Murphy gives one of Jerry Lewis' best-remembered vehicles a 1990s overhaul in this hit comedy. Sherman Klump (Murphy) is a college professor and respected biochemistry researcher who is kind, considerate, and a genuinely nice guy. Sherman is also appallingly overweight; coupled with the fact t...
Gotcha(1985) - Gotcha! is a 1985 comedy-action film, starring Anthony Edwards and Linda Fiorentino and directed by Jeff Kanew, who also directed Anthony Edwards in Revenge of the Nerds i
Going Overboard(1989) - Going Overboard is a 1989 American comedy film directed by Valerie Breiman, and stars Adam Sandler in his film debut, Burt Young, Allen Covert, Billy Zane, Terry Moore, Milton Berle and Billy Bob Thornton in a small role. The film was originally released in 1989, but once Sandler became successful a...
Bebe's Kids(1992) - An animated adaption based on the stand-up comedy act of the late Robin Harris. Robin is attracted to a young woman named Jamika, and in order to get to know her better, he takes her and her son to an amusement park known as "Fun World". When he picks them up the next day, however, Jamika has 3 more...
My Best Friend Is a Vampire(1988) - This '80s teen comedy involves a youth (Robert Leonard), who is seduced by a sexy schoolgirl and then transforms into a blood-sucking vampire. Instead of fighting his affliction, he tries to cope with the change.
Police Academy 3: Back in Training(1986) - In this third installment of the slapstick comedy series about novice police officers with less than dubious abilities, two police academies have to compete with each other in order to stay in business. The state's skinflint governor claims he has less money to spread around, so one of the police tr...
Meatballs Part II(1984) - Meatballs Part 2 was an American comedy film released in 1984. It was billed as a sequel to the 1979 movie Meatballs, but was released by a different studio and did not feature the sam
The Last American Virgin(1982) - 3 teenagers are looking to lose their virginity, and two of them end up in a love triangle with a woman they both have a crush on. What starts out as a teen sex comedy ends up as a drama with an ending that's still being debated over a quarter of a century after the film's release.
Porky's II: The Next Day(1983) - The gang from the original Porkys is back as well as some new faces to add to this fantastic comedy sequel. This time the gang is fighting to keep their play " An Evening with Shakespeare" from being shut down when religious fanatic Reverend Flavell claims that Shakespeare is nothing by vile smut an...
Rent-a-Kid(1995) - In this light-hearted comedy, an ingenious salesman devises a clever scheme for finding homes for orphans. A pair of yuppies, trying to decide whether or not to become parents, use the plan to test out three rambunctious children in their home.
The Money Pit(1986) - Money Pit (American) is a 1986 film comedy remake of Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House starring Tom Hanks as Walter Fielding Jr., an entertainment industry lawyer and Shelley Long as Anna Crowley, a violinist who recently divorced her husband, Max Beissart, played by Alexander Godunov. Max happen...
Soccer Dog: The Movie(1999) - In this family comedy, a successful man with nostalgia for his days as a soccer player, attempts to adopt an orphan so he can teach him all about his favorite sport. But soon after bringing the lad home, the new father is disappointed to discover that the lad is not interested in playing soccer. Thi...
Celtic Pride(1996) - Two basketball fans, whose enthusiasm overwhelms their intelligence, come up with a new but legally problematic way of helping their favorite team in this comedy. Physical education instructor Mike O'Hara (Daniel Stern) and plumber Jimmy Flaherty (Dan Aykroyd) are close friends and obsessive followe...
Vampire In Brooklyn(1995) - Comedian Eddie Murphy tried something different with this 1995 film that he produced and co-wrote, enlisting veteran horror director Wes Craven to give the story some chills. The uneven comedy-horror tale features Murphy as a vampire named Maximillian who arrives in Brooklyn on a ship full of people...
Next Friday(2000) - In this sequel to the urban comedy Friday, rap music star Ice Cube returns as Craig Jones, a streetwise man from South Central Los Angeles who has a knack for getting into trouble. This time out, Craig is still trying to outsmart neighborhood bully Debo (Tommy "Tiny" Lister Jr.); after Craig gets th...
Almost Heroes(1998) - Christopher Guest (Waiting for Guffman) directed this comedy about two hapless explorers hard-drinking trapper Bartholomew Hunt (the late Chris Farley in his last major role) and foppish Leslie Edwards (Matthew Perry) who lead an ill-fated 1804 expedition through the Pacific Northwest in a hop...
As Good As It Gets(1997) - James L. Brooks (Terms of Endearment, Broadcast News) directed this $50 million-plus romantic comedy, set in Manhattan. Dysfunctional, acid-tongued romance novelist Melvin Udall (Jack Nicholson), who suffers from an obsessive-compulsive disorder, takes pride in his ability to offend. At a nearby caf...
L.A. Story(1991) - Steve Martin wrote and stars in this look at the promise and dreamtime of Los Angeles culture. Martin stars as Harris K. Telemacher, a light-hearted television weatherman who does wacky comedy in lieu of reports since, being in LA, he has very little weather to report. He spends his time roller-skat...
Monkey Trouble(1994) - A young girl secretly adopts a runaway monkey only to have to deal with the simian's mischief-making tendencies in this family comedy. Young Eva (Thora Birch)'s dreams of having a pet are frustrated by the objections of her mother (Mimi Rogers) and allergic stepfather (Christopher McDonald). When sh...
Flubber(1997) - Although "flub" is defined as "to make a mess of," the word "flubber" is a contraction from "flying rubber." In this remake of the 1961 comedy-fantasy The Absent Minded Professor, Robin Williams takes on the role created by Fred MacMurray and later executed by Harry Anderson on television, while the...
Renaissance Man(1994) - Penny Marshall's feel-good comedy, invoking parts of Dead Poet's Society, Sister Act, and Private Benjamin, features Danny DeVito as Bill Rago, a divorced advertising man who is fired from his job. During an appointment at the unemployment office, a counselor finds him a job as a civilian instructor...
In The Army Now(1994) - Comedian Pauly Shore goes to boot camp in this comedy adventure set in Chad. It was filmed on location in the California and Arizona deserts. Shore is cast as Bones, a dreamer who wants to open his own stereo shop with his best friend Jack. To earn the cash, Bones talks Jack into joining the Army re...
Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo(1999) - Yet another Saturday Night Live alumnus makes his bid for big-screen success as Rob Schneider, best remembered as the "Making copies!" guy, tackles his first leading role in this broad comedy. Deuce (Rob Schneider) earns a meager living as a professional fish tank cleaner until he's asked to housesi...
To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar(1995) - To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar is a 1995 American comedy film directed by Beeban Kidron and starring Wesley Snipes, Patrick Swayze, and John Leguizamo as three New York City drag queens who embark on a road trip. Its title refers to an iconic autographed photo of actress Julie Newm...
Houseguest(1995) - Sinbad offers some unusual advice on how to make friends in this wacky comedy. Kevin Frankin (Sinbad) is a guy who dreams of starting his own business. However, getting it off the ground is another matter altogether, and soon Kevin discovers that the two loan sharks who fronted him money want to be...
The Meteor Man(1993) - Robert Townsend's superhero action comedy underwent much tinkering during post-production, employing four editors to whip the film into shape. Townsend wrote, directed, and produced this urban fable and also stars as Jefferson Reed, a meek substitute teacher in an inner-city neighborhood dominated b...
Three Wishes(1995) - In this offbeat comedy set in the 1950s, Patrick Swayze plays Jack McCloud, a drifter and beatnik who enters the conservative suburban life of the Holman family after Jeanne Holman (Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio) accidentally hits him with her car. Jeanne takes Jack into her home while he recovers fro...
The Sex Monster(1999) - A man convinces his wife to participate in one of his sexual fantasies and lives to regret it in the farcical comedy The Sex Monster. Marty (Mike Binder) is a building contractor who is married to a beautiful woman named Laura (Mariel Hemingway). While reasonably happy in his marriage, Marty has alw...
Lethal Weapon 4(1998) - Detectives Martin Riggs (Mel Gibson) and Roger Murtaugh (Danny Glover) reteamed for their fourth foray together in this buddy-cop action-comedy series based on characters created by Shane Black. With the passage of years, Murtagh's daughter Rianne (Traci Wolfe) is now about to upgrade Murtagh to gra...
Blackout(1978) - A black comedy of violent criminals who terrorize apartment dwellers during New York's 1977 power blackout.
Chris Rock: Bigger & Blacker(1999) - The Chris Rock Show host and former Saturday Night Live cast member Chris Rock brings his critically acclaimed brand of social commentary-themed humor to this 1999 standup comedy presentation from HBO. Also released as an album, Chris Rock: Bigger & Blacker features Rock on-stage extolling his razor...
12 Monkeys(1995) - An intense film about time travel, this sci-fi entry was directed by Terry Gilliam, a member of the comedy troupe Monty Python. The film stars Bruce Willis as James Cole, a prisoner of the state in the year 2035 who can earn parole if he agrees to travel back in time and thwart a devastating plague....
House Party(1990) - House Party is an infectious, engaging comedy starring the rap duo Kid 'N Play. Kid (Christopher Reid) decides to throw a party where he plans to blow the roof off the joint with his rhyming skills, so he and his friend Play (Christopher Martin) throw a huge party while Play's parents are away. The...
Class Act(1992) - Kid N' Play (Christopher Reid and Christopher Martin) star in this role-reversal comedy that plays like a badly done sitcom without the laughs. The switcheroo occurs when two inner-city high school students one a straight-A whiz-kid and the other an angry criminal type have to switch identitie...
3 Strikes(2000) - Noted hip-hop producer DJ Pooh, who co-wrote the urban comedy Friday, makes his directorial debut with this comedy-drama. A young African-American man is enjoying his freedom after his second stretch in prison. Under the "three strikes and you're out" law, another brush with the police could mean li...
Monty Python's Life of Brian(1979) - A brilliant parody from the British comedy group Monty Python about the history of (not Jesus but the boy born right next door to The Manger, Brian). A Terry Jones directed film from 1979 that has since gained cult status. What many fans don't know is that this movie might never have happened if no...
8 Heads in a Duffel Bag(1997) - Cross What's up Doc with Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia and you get this dark screwball comedy of murder and lost luggage. Mafia hitman Tommy Spinelli (Joe Pesci) is flying to San Diego with a bag that holds eight severed heads, which he's bringing to his superiors to prove that some troublesom...
Jury Duty(1995) - A goofy slacker wreaks havoc after worming his way onto the jury of a high-profile court case in this broad comedy. The extremely unmotivated Tommy Collins (Pauly Shore) has found himself homeless after being kicked out by his mother, and he needs a place to stay. After hearing how the juries of imp...
Singles(1992) - Set amidst the burgeoning Seattle alternative music scene of the early '90s, Singles follows a group of twentysomethings as they try to find love and try to come to terms with their passage into adulthood. Arranged as an episodic comedy, the film follows a group of friends who live in the same apart...
Theodore Rex(1995) - Whoopi Goldberg headlines this youth-oriented comedy fantasy set in a near future where scientists for some reason have genetically resurrect dinosaurs. This time, the revitalized reptiles are intelligent and equipped with humanoid articulatory tracts so they can speak. They also wear shoes. Goldber...
The Ratings Game(1984) - 1984 made for Showtime comedy film about a scheming trucking magnate(Danny Devito)that manipulates the Nielsen ratings system to become a successful television Producer.
The Players Club(1998) - Rapper/ actor Ice Cube directed this urban comedy-drama about African-American single mother Diana (Lisa Raye), who aims for a career as a broadcast journalist. To finance her education, she works as a stripper at the raucous Players Club, run by hustler Dollar Bill (Bernie Mac). When naive Ebony (M...
The Associate(1996) - In this comedy, a woman discovers that it's impossible to get ahead in business without a man to guide her so she invents one. Laurel (Whoopi Goldberg) is an expert financial analyst with a top Wall Street brokerage; however, she keeps getting passed over for raises and promotions, and she's conv...
The 6th Man(1997) - This sports comedy from Class Act (1992) and Houseguest (1995) director Randall Miller stars Kadeem Hardison and Marlon Wayans as basketball-playing brothers. The Tylers have been dreaming of stardom on the court since childhood. Now that they are the top players for the Washington Huskies, Antoine...
Shakes the Clown(1992) - This black comedy chronicles the fall of one of the world's most unlovable clowns as he plies his trade and tries to survive in Palukaville a town where everyone is more or less a Bozo. Shakes loves women and more than that, he loves his booze. Like many of his painted peers, ol' Shakes likes to han...
Corrina, Corrina(1994) - this comedy-drama set in the late 1950s, Manny Singer (Ray Liotta) is a songwriter who makes his living penning jingles for radio and television commercials. Manny's wife has recently died, leaving him an emotionally broken man; Manny buries himself in his work rather than deal with his grief. His...
Blood Circus(1985) - An odd sci/fi wrestling comedy in which wrestlers battle aliens.
Summer job(1989) - Comedy.
The Three Musketeers(1993) - This comedy-adventure is one of several adaptations of Alexadre Dumas' (pere) classic novel. Provincial swordsman D'Artagnan (Chris O'Donnell) travels to Paris to follow in his father's footsteps and become a king's guard, a musketeer. Meanwhile, the evil royal advisor Cardinal Richelieu (Tim Curry)...
Analyze This(1999) - In the same year that a hit cable television series, The Sopranos, successfully mined the same premise, this comedy about a mobster seeking advice from a psychiatrist was a box office winner for director Harold Ramis. Billy Crystal stars as Dr. Ben Sobel, a New York shrink who's becoming a little bo...
B.A.P.S(1997) - In this broad fish-out-of-water comedy, Nisi (Halle Berry) and Mickey (Natalie Desselle) are African-American women with two ambitions marry rich men who will give them lots of money, and open the world's first combination hair salon and soul food restaurant. However, eligible bachelors and busin...
Bad Boys(1995) - Former video director Michael Bay had his first big hit with this action comedy, which also returned producers Jerry Bruckheimer and Don Simpson to the big-budget, high-violence movies that they successfully churned out in the '80s. Mike Lowrey (Will Smith) and Marcus Burnett (Martin Lawrence) are t...
Snowboard Academy(1997) - This goofy low-budget comedy follows a group of maverick misanthropes as they try to save the struggling title school from financial ruin.
The Survivors(1983) - Robin Williams,Walter Matthau,and Jerry Reed star in this comedy about,misfortune,survival,and friendship.Sonny Paluso(Matthau) and Donald Quinelle(Williams) are two unfortunate people who just lost their jobs, when they meet in a diner( Sonny's gas station has been blown away and Donald has just be...
There's a Zulu on My Stoep(1993) - In this acclaimed South African comedy a pair of childhood friends--one black, one white, separated by apartheid--reunite unexpectedly twenty-five years later. Circumstances dictate that each just happens to be in the awkward position of masquerading as the other's race, and that's where the fun sta...
Annabelle's Wish(1997) - In this animated comedy/drama for the family, Annabelle (voice of Kath Soucie) is a calf who has a special wish for Christmas she'd like to be a reindeer and help Santa Claus drive his sleigh as he delivers his presents. Annabelle's friends tell her not to get her hopes up, but to everyone's surp...
My Favorite Year(1982) - Benjy Stone is the junior writer on the top rated variety/comedy show, in the mid 50s (the early years). Alan Swann, an Erol Flynn type actor with a drinking problem is to be that weeks guest star.
Used Cars(1980) - Before Robert Zemeckis made fantasy movies, he made this rollicking comedy about a young car salesman named Rudy Russo (Kurt Russell). When his boss dies, the boss' brother wants to move in on the territory. Now a prank war of epic proportions is on.
Transylvania 6-5000(1985) - Wacky comedy about a pair of tabloid reporters sent to transylvania with to find Frankensteins' monster or find new jobs.
Secret Admirer(1985) - In the brief flower of his teen idolhood, C. Thomas Howell starred in this unexpectedly mature teen comedy. High school loser Michael (Howell) receives an unsigned love note and hopes it's from the queen of the social scene, Debbie (Kelly Preston). When Debbie brushes him off, his best friend Toni (...
Full Moon High(1981) - In this comedy spoof of"I Was A Teenage Werewolf",A teenage boy(Adam Arkin) becomes a werewolf after being bitten.
Earth Girls Are Easy(1988) - Three furry, crazy aliens crash land in a California girls pool. Comedy, music and romance follow.
One Crazy Summer(1986) - What was the craziest summer you ever had? Probably pales in comparison to this classic romantic comedy. Hoops McCann may not be any good at the sport whose name he bears, but he IS a talented cartoonist, if only he can find the right angle. To give him a bit of guidance, his friend, George takes...
Once Upon a Crime(1992) - The murder of a millionaire has unexpectedly humorous results in this farcical comedy. When Phoebe (Sean Young) and Julian (Richard Lewis), two Americans on a tour of Europe, discover a lost dachshund, they learn that a $5,000 reward has been posted for the dog's return. Phoebe and Julian head to Mo...
Hugo Pool(1997) - Cult figure Robert Downey, Sr. directed this offbeat comedy set in the eccentric environs of Los Angeles. Hugo Dugay (Alyssa Milano) is a young woman who makes her living cleaning swimming pools when she isn't busy looking after her mother Minerva (Cathy Moriarty), who's hooked on gambling, and her...
Game Day(1999) - In this comedy, a coach turns a team of losers into winners...but can he do the same thing for himself? Steve Adler (Richard Lewis) was once the head coach of the basketball team for a prestigious Division One university, but after a long and disastrous losing streak, Adler was fired, and after boun...
Flashback(1990) - A yuppie and a hippie are the offbeat pairing of this character comedy in the tradition of earlier mismatched buddy films such as Midnight Run (1988). Kiefer Sutherland is uptight, 26-year-old FBI agent John Buckner, who's been assigned to escort an aging counterculture radical named Huey Walker (De...
National Lampoon's Favorite Deadly Sins(1995) - Caustic chain-smoking comedian Denis Leary helms this boffo comedy about lust, greed, and anger. Low-brow poster boy Andrew Dice Clay stars as The Thing That Wouldn't Die.
Mafia!(1998) - Satirist Jim Arahams returned with this comedy spoofing the Godfather trilogy, and other films and TV, including Jurassic Park, Lord of the Dance, and Barney. The opening emulates a Saul Bass sequence with Anthony Cortino (Jay Mohr) in a flight amid flames much like Robert De Niro in the Casino cred...
K-911(1999) - In this sequel to the action comedy K-9, police detective Dooly (James Belushi) has been teamed up with Jerry Lee (Mac), a German Shepherd police dog, for nearly ten years, but Jerry Lee isn't as young as he once was, and Dooly's superiors suggests that maybe it's time that the dog was retired from...
Jackie's Back(1999) - Soul diva Jackie Washington is determined to hit the comeback trail but seems to be having trouble finding the on-ramp in the mock-documentary comedy Jackie's Back. Jackie (played by Jenifer Lewis) was a Rhythm and Blues singer who had a few late '60's and early 70's hits, including "Yield" and the...
Fast Food(1990) - Two wacky guys find both romance and fortune in the hamburger business in this comedy. Augie (Clark Brandon) and Drew (Randal Patrick) are a pair of longtime students at Hopkins University who've been making a living by pulling one semi-legal scam after another for years, but one day the dean (J. Do...
City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold(1994) - Mitch Robbins (Billy Crystal) returns in this sequel to the original City Slickers that attempts to recapture the first film's warmth and character comedy. Despite feeling re-invigorated when we last left him, Mitch again faces a few personal dilemmas: his radio station job is going nowhere and his...
Pecker(1998) - John Waters wrote and directed this $6.5 million satire on the Manhattan art world, a rags-to-riches comedy about 18-year-old amateur photographer Pecker (so named because he pecks at his food). Pecker (Edward Furlong) is a blue-collar kid who works in a Baltimore sandwich shop and takes snapshots o...
No Vacancy(1999) - The doors are opened on a group of misfits living in a seedy motel on the edge of Los Angeles in the comedy No Vacancy. At the run-down Pink Motel, the owner (Joaquim de Almeida) is furious with his daughter when he finds out she's been sleeping with her boyfriend. This doesn't make her very differe...
The Curse of Inferno(1997) - Comedian Pauly Shore headlines this goofy comedy caper as a rather dull-minded bank robber who suffers a change of heart and decides to give back the money. The trouble is, getting the money back into the bank proves much more difficult than taking it out.
Beethoven's 3rd(2000) - Beethoven the Saint Bernard is back in this comedy for the whole family, in which the Newton Family (with their rather large pet in tow) hops into their camper for a cross-country vacation. Along the way, they encounter a gang of bad guys. Can Beethoven help bring them to justice? Beethoven's 3rd st...
Howling III: The Marsupials(1987) - Professor Harry Bechmeyer (Barry Otto) goes searching for a rare breed of werewolf/marsupial in this satirical horror comedy. With his sidekick Professor Sharpe (Ralph Cotterill), they find Jerboa (Imogen Annesley), and take her to Sydney to appear in a small role in a horror film. Soon members of h...
Desert Blue(1998) - Morgan J. Freeman directed this comedy-drama that takes place in the desert town of Baxter Beach, California, where the locals, lookers, visitors and slackers include dreamer Blue (Brendan Sexton III), pipe-bomb babe Ely (Christina Ricci), all-terrain-vehicle champ Pete (Casey Affleck), nerdy Sandy...
Perdita Durango(1997) - The title character of this Alex de la Iglesia film made her first appearance in David Lynch's Wild at Heart (1990) and was originally played by Isabella Rossellini. Rosie Perez takes over the role in this blend of black comedy, graphic sex and violence, voodoo and weirdness. Perdita Durango is pure...
Silver Streak(1976) - Despite the presence of hack director Arthur Hiller, this hybrid comedy-thriller works most of the time as pleasant faux Hitchcock. Gene Wilder is a book editor who is relaxing by taking a cross-country train ride. Then he gets caught up in a murder--and becomes a suspect. It's up to him to prove hi...
The Goodbye Girl(1977) - The Goodbye Girl is a bittersweet comedy about relationships and taking chances. Though it deals with the human condition, what most quickly comes to mind are those wickedly comedic scenes featuring Richard Dreyfuss in an Oscar-winning role. He plays a struggling actor with a sharp tongue who has su...
Revenge of the Pink Panther(1978) - The sixth Pink Panther comedy was the last to star Peter Sellers (the following film in the series incorporated previously unseen footage), and it was also the last in the series to show any signs of genuine inspiration. It's a weak entry in the Panther pantheon, involving a rather mundane plot abou...
The In-Laws(1979) - This 1979 comedy is absolutely indispensable for fans of Peter Falk, Alan Arkin, or Andrew Bergman, who wrote the film's screenplay and went on to direct The Freshman and Honeymoon in Vegas. (Let's forgive him for Striptease.) Arkin is extraordinarily funny as a dentist who quickly grows skeptical a...
Wedding Band(1990) - In this comedy, the members of the Shakers, an aspiring rock band, perform at a series of weird and wacky weddings.
Party Plane(1990) - Featuring plenty of female nudity and weak attempts at ribald humor this soft-core sex comedy follows a gaggle of buxom stewardess who save their struggling charter airline by stripping for their business clientele while airborne.
Viva San Isidro!(1995) - In this quirky comedy, a farmer living in a remote, primitive Mexican village finds a downed plane and assumes the fine, white powder inside is fertilizer. The tale begins as the villagers are celebrating a football victory with their star soccer player, Quintino, who scored the winning goal. The to...
Under the Hula Moon(1995) - In this comedy thriller, a couple living in Cactus Gulch, dream of escaping the desert and moving to Hawaii. Their little house trailer has become a monument to Hawaii, filled with plastic palms and pink flamingos. The two, Buzzard Wall and his tacky wife Betty, believe that Buzz's new invention, a...
Dead Heat(1988) - Although many genre filmmakers have managed to blend horror and humor with great success, movies employing this formula often run the risk of both elements canceling each other out, resulting in a horror comedy that is neither scary nor funny. Alas, Dead Heat is a textbook example of this kind of fa...
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