Good stuff and fun to watch. But is laughing at your own stuff now normal / typical? When Carol Burnett's gang did it, it was part of their appeal BECAUSE it was unusual for professionals. Now SNL and Jon Stewart do it but that's part of their appeal to a youth demographic, the self-laughs hinting that we're all informal together, like hangin' out at the frat house. But isn't laughing at your own stuff inherently restricting, like an inside joke, limiting your audience to those who already feel connected to you?
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