Do SNL skits bomb when the actors/actresses laugh?
Personally, I crack up when they try to pull it together. I have heard comedians say they get in big trouble if they laugh. Poor Jimmy Fallen never made it through any skits without laughing. Do you think it ruins the sketch?
I'm with you on that. I think it's hilarious when one of them cracks a smile or laughs a little, especially if it's a really good skit!
It definitely does not ruin the skit. Quite the contrary.....IMO, it makes it even funnier. Jimmy Fallon never made it through a skit w/o laughing? Looks like it didn't hurt his career! I try to watch him every chance I get. He is one amazingly funny, talented guy. One of my favorite impressions he does is of Van Morrison. I swear I nearly died, I laughed so incredibly hard...I couldn't breathe. His kind of amazing ability for comedy is something people are born with......
I have the Debby Downer skit at Disney on my DVR. It's hysterically funny because they cannot stop.
I use it as a pick-me-up when needed.
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