(Original post by prog2djent)
Yes I realise I've spelt Desensitized wrong haha.
Ok maybe a bit of an overstatement, but of late, comedy is everywhere, I mean the panel shows,
8 out of 10 Cats
Have I Got News for You
Mock the Week
Never Mind the Buzzcocks
Whose Line Is It Anyway?
Would I Lie To You?
"Stand Up" compilations like Live At the Apollo, Stand up of the week, Mcintyres road show, This is the show - Dara O'Brien, then I remember in 2011 they were seemingly giving every TV comedian a show, that thing With Robert Webb that flopped, that thing with Mark Mitchell that flopped, that thing with lee mack that flopped (no not going out), "The Big Ask", Boyle's Tramadol nights, Russell Howard - Good News
we've also got a bunch of cartoons (which are, IMHO, the best out of all of them), Futurama, South Park, American Dad, Family Guy, Cleveland Show, King of the Hill, Bob's burgers.
Eugh, then all the sit coms which I can't be arsed listing.
And this is only on freeview FFS, there's just.so.much.stuff, at one point I found it all funny and used to watch TV a lot, but its slowly refined down to where the only programme's I watch anymore are Futurama, Family Guy and American Dad (I watch the latest season episodes on TV links since we are two years behind over here), Red Dwarf, and I will watch HIGNFY, Mock the week and Not going out whilst I'm eating, and maybe QI and would I lie to you whilst waitng for something else to start, otherwise, I'd rather be on youtube than the TV.
Is there too much comedy? My parents tell me that back in the 90's there were one or two versions of each type of comedy ... on weekly
and the quality was higher.
Edit: No, I don't like Stewart Lee before anyone says it.