Imagine Jimmy Fallon without an audience or a laugh track. That would be the regal example of bad TV.I’m having trouble watching shows like this or Colbert without an audience. Like...it’s a reminder of what’s going on instead of an escape, something like that.
Yeah it's not quite the same show without the audience but they've kept up the quality behind closed doors far better than most.The last 10 mins of that episode were absolute gold.
The annual feck you to peeps, the rant at the porcupine, the green screen queen and the whole rat erotica section - just perfect.
Agreed. And when the jokes are not top notch, those pauses for laughter that he still does feel incredibly awkward.Thought it was the was the worst episode since the show started, they had two weeks of utter Trump nonsense including injecting dettol to laugh at and yet there was barely a laugh in the entire episode.
Yea definitely, and the close of the episode was perfect.As far as the topic goes , this was one of the most important episodes. The lack of audience / laugh track combined perfectly with the seriousness of the issue.