The canned laughter phenomenon hit its lowest point during the '90s, when laugh tracks--and the ensuing laugh track bloopers--were de rigueur in television. Adding any type of dubbed sound during the production process is always potentially perilous, and these subverted television clips prove it.
Naturally, these laugh track bloopers didn't go on air in this edited form, but watch how plausible they all are.
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Brutal Out-of-Context TV Editing
- By: Marissa BrassfieldSep 25, 2008