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从情景喜剧《破产姐妹》看美式幽默

发布时间:2019-10-31 13:22

  摘要:最近这几年,影视文化在全球得到了飞速发展,对这方面的研究也越来越多。在众多国家之中,美国在这方面的发展一直处于领先的地位,创作了各种各样卓越的影视剧目,其中以情景类型的喜剧较为突出,这种类型的剧目依靠着剧中欢快的氛围以及诙谐搞笑的肢体动作和话语的融合产生了别具一格的喜剧形式,即美式幽默。这种风格在我们的日常生活中也较为常见,但是在这方面的问题仍待探索。因此,这种美式幽默的探索与当地的发展与文化有着极其密切的联系。本文先对美式幽默从何而来以及它的变化历程与产生的影响进行了研究,并提出自己的见解;然后,再以《破产姐妹》这种情景类型的喜剧作为典型案例,同时结合所学的理论知识以及所查阅的文献资料等,进行分析和比较,以期能够对这一问题的研究有所帮助。

  Abstract

  In recent years, film and television culture has developed rapidly all over the world, and more and more research has been done in this field. Among many countries, the United States has been in the leading position in this area, creating a variety of excellent film and television programs, of which situational comedy is more prominent. This type of drama relies on the happy atmosphere in the play and the combination of humorous body movements and words to produce a unique form of comedy, that is, American humor. This style is more common in our daily life, but the problem in this respect still needs to be explored. Therefore, the exploration of American humor is closely related to local development and culture. This paper first studies the origin of American humor and its changing course and influence, and puts forward its own opinions. Then, it takes the situational comedy Sisters in Bankruptcy as a typical case, and combines the theoretical knowledge learned and the literature consulted to analyze and compare, in order to be helpful to the study of this issue.

  1.Introduction

  Different sitcoms have different forms of humor,Each type of sitcom has its own theme, some of which are technology-oriented, some of which are family-oriented. When studying this kind of drama, it is not difficult to find that the content of comedy comes from people's life. So it ultimately symbolizes the American culture of humour. This paper takes the sitcom "2 Broke Girls" as an example.

  Starr,a very famous person.He was founded in 1974 by the American Humor Research Association and has been publishing since 1982. He specializes in the humanistic study of American humor (loose definition), because the universal ability of human humor is always expressed in the specific time, place and audience background that humanistic research methods strive to achieve. Address. These methods are now far beyond the scope of literary and film analysis, which used to be the core of American humor academics, and have now extended to a large number of critical, biographical, historical, theoretical, archival, ethnographic and digital studies of humor in performance and public life, as well as in print and other media. Stael's expanded expert editorial board marks this growth. On behalf of the Editorial Board, I would like to invite scholars in the humanities field to submit their best works on the subject of American humor and to work with us to advance their knowledge in this field.

  1.1.Background of the Study

  2 Broke Girls is the sitcom that premiered in CBS Broadcasting Inc in September 19, 2011. The play was adapted to Fort Williams, Brook forest region, New York. The play mainly describes the experiences of two distinct city girls. Caroline was rich, but Max was poor. Because of the contradiction with her family, Caroline was forced to go to Max's restaurant to work to support herself.The two of them discussed raising $250000 as capital to create a new business. Situational comedy won the 38th Best Comedy Award. Some newspapers in China call it "one of the two best types of comedy on the Internet" in 2011. It can be seen from it that this sitcom is also popular in China.

  1.2 Purposes of the Study

  In recent years, the world's film and television culture has developed rapidly and exchanges have become increasingly close. As a country with advanced film and television technology and ideas, the United States has produced many excellent film and television works, especially American sitcom. It has formed a unique comedy style, relaxed atmosphere and humorous verbal action - American humor. This style also has a great impact on us, but the current research on it is not enough. Therefore, with the rapid development of American comedy culture, it is of great significance to study and discuss American humor in depth. This paper first analyses the origin, development, formation and influence of American humor, and puts forward its own views. Secondly, this paper chooses the famous American sitcom "Sisters in Bankruptcy" and uses case analysis and comparative analysis to illustrate it with limited books, film and television works and related materials. It is hoped that the research on the theme of "American Humor" will be helpful.

  2.American situation comedy

  Different sitcoms have different ways in expressing humor, Situational comedies differ in their main content, with technology as the main part and family as the main part. Situational comedy is mainly about the presentation of everyday life.Therefore, This type of play symbolizes the American humorous culture. Here, we take “Sisters in Bankruptcy ”as an example to discuss.

  2.1 Brief Introduction to American Humor

  2.1.1 Definition

  Humor is a unique art, thoroughly integrated into people's daily life. It plays a key role in the development of English culture. Although this kind of humorous culture is not very different in the world, as far as the United States is concerned, this kind of humorous art has its unique features. American humor can be understood as a kind of humorous art formed locally in the United States. Compared with other forms of humorous art in other countries and regions, the first appearance of humorous art in the United States is in literary works. Americans see Mark Twain as the pioneer of the local art of humour. American animation mainly focuses on criticism, humor and metaphor. Humorous cartoonists include Charles Schultz, Scott Adams, Jim Davis and Gary Larson. Comedy plays in the United States are full of all kinds of funny things, which make the audience laugh. These plays mainly consist of Despicable Me and Turbines. In TV series, there are also a lot of popular programs, such as Mr. Bean and the Big Bang Theory. Most of the humor in the United States comes from the local culture. It can be seen that the local humor is closely related to the local culture and the historical process.

  2.1.2 Origin

  With the development of new capitalism in North America, local social contradictions gradually emerged. A large number of local literary creators like to use various meaningful stories to present these social contradictions. These stories make people see the true meaning of life. At that time, humor had been integrated into local literature, and a large number of literary creators, such as Allan Poe, O. Henry and Mark Twain, appeared. Around 1960, the local school of black humor literature used exaggerated forms to expose social contradictions and their impact on people.

  2.1.3 Formation

  The United States is a country with many immigrants. From the seventeenth century till now, it has merged more than one hundred nationalities and received more than 50 million immigrants, ranking first in the world in terms of ethnic hybridity. All kinds of people live together. Most of them try their best not to be excluded from society and believe that they belong to the United States. However, there are still many people who can not change their living habits for the time being. Such a diverse culture offers opportunities for cultural innovation in the United States.

  Most situational comedies in the United States involve many stars. For example, in The Big Bang Theory,this trait is well documented: they love to quote classic lines from Star Trek. They go to comic shops for a week and are keen on collecting animated souvenirs. This is a cultural phenomenon in every corner of the United States today.

  Art comes from life, higher than life. All kinds of movie elements are condensed from people's daily events. So is sitcom. American sitcoms always use real stuff in everyday life as humorous material, even a dialogue between two children, or an interesting passenger expression. This makes it easier for people to understand and resonate with it.

  All kinds of contradictions play a great role in promoting the development of things. Situational comedies in the U.S. have one thing in common: everyone has a unique personality, and in one direction, they tend to have their own extreme personality, but they can be balanced. In The Big Bang Theory, Sheldon's first superstar, as far as the audience of the play is concerned, he has a serious and incredible side;and he has a serious and incredible side. American humor is a paradoxical reminder of how wonderful the world is and how interesting and exciting it is for different kinds of people to live in it.

  2.2 Definition of American Situation Comedy

  Different sitcoms have different ways in expressing humor, because the themes of sitcoms are different, some of them mainly focus on family, while others mainly focus on technology. The comedy content of situational type is mostly the presentation of daily events.Therefore, It represents the culture of humorous types in the United States. We can take “the bankruptcy sister” as an example.

  Situational comedies usually draw on life events and present a humorous comedy type. Its debut appeared on the radio and later appeared on the TV. This type of comedy has its own specific stars and consists of multiple small stories around various themes, each of which takes place at a specific location. The comedy of the American scenario type is the earliest in the world. The comedy of the scene type and the repertoire of the drama type are all in the form of serial dramas. As can be seen from the above, the type of comedy has an important position for American programs. The comedy of the US scenario type contains a large number of themes. Most of these themes show people various social phenomena.

  The type of drama is developed by radio dramas. The world's first scene type comedy was Mary Kay and Johnny in 1947. In 1951, I love Lucy's scene-type comedy caused a craze in the United States. In the following time, the scene type comedy developed an ironic style. The theme of the comedy was adjusted for the children's preferences, and a long repertoire was added to it. Sitcom has become one of the three major TV dramas with its unique narrative technique, with the family, office and other ordinary life scenes as the background, and with laughter as the characteristic. It's more flexible in form and richer in content, and now popular comedies include community comedy, "Two Broken Girls" and "Modern Family," which all use the above techniques. It is believed that in the future, American sitcoms will use more humorous techniques to develop.

  3.American Humor in 2 Broke Girls

  Situational comedies differ in their main content, with technology as the main part and family as the main part. Situational comedy is mainly about the presentation of everyday life.Therefore,This type of play symbolizes the American humorous culture. This paper takes the sitcom "2 Broke Girls" as an example.

  3.1 Brief Introduction in 2 Broke Girls

  2 Broke Girls is the sitcom that premiered in CBS Broadcasting Inc in September 19, 2011. The play was adapted to Fort Williams, Brook forest region, New York. The play mainly describes the experiences of two distinct city girls. Caroline was rich, but Max was poor. Because of the contradiction with her family, Caroline was forced to go to Max's restaurant to work to support herself. The two of them discussed raising $250000 as capital to create a new business. Situational comedy won the 38th Best Comedy Award. Some newspapers in China call it "one of the two best types of comedy on the Internet" in 2011.

  3.2 Analysis of Linguistic Humor in 2 Broke Girls

  This TV play is a situational type of drama, which shows the story fragments occurring in several specific places, most of the interesting scenes are through dialogue. So there are a lot of laughs in their words. This part analyzes the linguistic expression of humor in 2 Broke Girls.

  3.2.1 Rhetoric

  It means to present another object or story through one object or story. The tenor and the bodywork appear in the same sentence. Its form is similar to that of Chinese.

  In the fourth episode, Caroline said, "What would I do if I didn't have my protective gear? "My teeth don't know where to go." Max said, "Well, maybe they should carry backpacks for several years." Here, they use metaphors to compare teeth to a person. Caroline had a problem with her teeth. She was afraid that her teeth would be out of place, but she said, "My teeth don't know where to go." Max added that her teeth may be traveling. It's interesting and brings a sense of humor.

  In Episode 10, Caroline was very enthusiastic and talked too much. Max said, "Oh my God, you're like a Christmas Monkey." She sees it as a Christmas monkey.She uses metaphors to produce interesting results.

  In the twentieth play, Caroline said to her, "Although your wallet is clean and my wallet is messy, after spending two weeks studying your wallet schedule, my wallet will kick your wallet in a mess." Next, Caroline wanted to know how clean Max's wallet was, but Max didn't want her to know. Caroline said,"Max, you see, there's no comparison here." Here, they use metaphors to create humorous effects.

  The second one is metonymy. Metonymy borrows one thing rather than another. Metonymy is generally similar to revelation in that it uses a small event to reflect a big situation and visualize specific sentences. Generally speaking, metonymy is a kind of substitution by borrowing relevant people or things instead of directly speaking about people or things.

  In the fourth episode, Caroline calls Marx "the perfect tooth". She also contacted Max by telephone, "perfect teeth" with her own characteristics. So here she uses metonymy to bring humor.

  The third is metaphor. There are some similarities between metaphor and Chinese metaphors. In other words, metaphor can arouse the listener's resonance by integrating the intended message into what the listener knows. In general, movies and TV series are good at using some allusions to present the story. However, this way of expression also has great limitations. This kind of humor can only be understood by those who understand the essence of metaphor.

  The tenth episode is the night before Christmas. Han walked into the door with a smile on his face and said, "Good night, go home safe and sound." Then he saw that he had two things left behind, and he said, "Maybe I shouldn't say that to the homeless." He implied that there was no place for people to go, but he did not say it directly. The story made the audience laugh.

  The third one is exaggeration. English hyperbole has the same characteristics as Chinese hyperbole. In order to make the performance effective, the events in reality may be exaggerated or reduced to make the audience feel humorous. In Episode 5, Caroline says, "I've been using gray hair as my hair root." She used exaggerated language to express how poor she was. She lacks even the money to dye her hair. Here, exaggerated creative techniques are used.

  In episode 21, Caroline sees how messy Max's wallet is. She says Max's wallet is a nursing home, stuck to the lives of the elderly for a pair of underwear. Of course, Max's wallet is not that messy, no matter how messy it is. Caroline showed her Max's wallet in an exaggerated way. Having the humorous effect.

  The fourth one is Pun. Just like some grammatical forms in Chinese, they contain two meanings in one sentence or word. One surface, one hint and one hint are the main meanings. The perfect use of puns allows us to see more interesting expressions. However, it also brings some difficulties in translation. Through what method can make the sentence or the meaning of the word correct translation, is a big difficulty.

  In Episode 14, Caroline shouts, "Max, come out! Max said, "If I come out, it's not for you, but for the girl with the Dragon tattoo." On the one hand, the word "out" means going out of a place, on the other hand, it means that someone will become homosexual. Therefore, one word in Max's mouth, it's a double meaning, one that she's going to look for the dragon tattoo and the other that she's going to fall in love with that girl. This is called pun.

  In Episode 17, cooking utensils are like Sophie,When he saw Sophie there accompanied by his new boyfriend, he said to Max, "Sorry, I can't see straight lines." Max said, "Well, I look at him and I can't see straight lines either." There are two meanings of "straight line". One is used to describe things that do not bend, the other is us. Imply that someone is gay. Here, Max uses puns to bring humor.

  In the twentieth episode, the two heroines go to the dustbin to find their tax returns.Caroline says, "Max, I can't. If I go there, I'm really white trash." On the one hand, she laughs at what she used to call "white garbage". On the other hand, She said she fell into a white trash can and made it look dirty, much like them. There is a double meaning here.

  In the twentieth episode, the two heroines go to the dustbin to find their tax returns.Caroline says, "Max, I can't. If I go there, I'm really white trash." On the one hand, she laughs at what she used to call "white garbage". On the other hand, She said she fell into a white trash can and made it look dirty, much like them. There is a double meaning here.

  The fifth one is Inversion. In everyday life, he says, people have to have a certain standard -- cooperation -- in order for business to work. Strict implementation of these standards can ensure smooth communication between the two sides. A sense of humor can develop if a person fails to adhere to this standard. They are also used in sitcoms.

  In the first episode, A wealthy lady told Max that she had lost money in the ponzi scheme. When Max asked him how much she had lost, she felt very sad and nervous. "nothing," she said. The lady's behaviour led people to believe that she had lost a lot, but she had almost nothing to lose. It's very funny.

  In the second episode, on Caroline's way to work, a man with no place to live asked her to borrow money. Finally, Caroline told the man that she was in great distress and he gave her his money instead. The story is ironic. Here, the inversion is used to make the content witty.

  In the twentieth episode, a lawyer in office met Caroline. Max said that man was acting. She asked, "Are you sure you don't represent a woman who eats children? The other side seems a little unhappy: "I've never eaten their children on behalf of anyone." But seconds later, The other side said, "In law and order." He said he had never brought a lawsuit against a person with moral or legal deficiencies. but in reality he was not sure. Here, he uses inversion to make people feel interesting.

  The sixth one is Irony. Irony is to expose, criticize or ridicule people or things by means of metaphor and exaggeration, in order to make the play look funny. It is increasingly used in situational comedy and in every bit of our lives.

  In the opening episode, Max asked Caroline to tip. Caroline paid only $2, but Max said, "You did better than I expected." Here, she spoke irony very seriously, making the plot funny through reverse irony.

  In the second episode, Caroline shows her Chanel dress. Then she pours it on horse dung and wraps it in the dung. Max laughs and says, "Look! Chanel II." Max said sarcastically, Caroline. This brings about the effect of humor.

  In Episode 12, Max said to Earl, "Earl, can you be in your twenties? The big spenders on the second table want to split their $11 checks into three ways, even if one eats everything. Max calls people who spend very little money money people who spend money, which is obviously a mockery of them. Here is also the use of reverse irony to achieve the plot effect.

  In the twentieth episode, when Han Han's voice of apology came to Max's ears, she questioned Han: "Why do you apologize? You have to be the easiest person to be born in history. She could have coughed you into the catcher's gloves." In this clip, she intentionally laughs at each other's height, and Max uses reverse ridicule to show humor and ridicule.

  The seventh one is Size Joke. Big and small jokes are like short stories. It consists of many elements of communication and place background, not one or two.Big and small jokes always consist of bedding scenes and funny points, in order to achieve the effect of humor.

  In the sixth episode, Johnny's distance from Max is very short. Max felt nervous: "Is it hot here? Johnny said, "Yes, we're in the refrigerator." Then the cook looks bright, said, "Yes, my refrigerator." A word or a landscape will not bring a sense of humor unless it is added to it. Here, the chef's appearance is interesting. So people can see that it uses big and small jokes to create humorous effects.

  The eighth one is Cold humor. Cold humor, as its name implies, is a kind of humor that can make people feel cold and make people feel cold. Cold jokes are purposeless and random. It sometimes makes the recipient feel embarrassed and confused. Most of the cruel humor is boring, strange, meaningless and unexpected.

  In the fourth episode, Han Han told a cold joke. He said, "The leopard also raised her face. Looking from behind, at 22, she turned around. She was 72 years old." At this point, he meant that the lady looked beautiful and a little older. When he told the joke, no one except himself felt funny. The cold humor brought about the effect of humor.

  In Episode 11, When Caroline showed her and Chestnuts that they had wealth, Max said, "Hey, it's not just you. It's been three weeks since I had a dollar in my jeans, "Max told a cold joke by playing with the word"old money".

  The ninth is the combination of intelligence and humour. This combination is based on the accumulation of knowledge and experience of the world. Smart humor always makes people feel smart and smart.

  In Episode 3, Caroline felt Max's eyes shine on the shirt, and Max responded, "I won't. There's no bright spot in my heart. You may find that I've collected all kinds of radiation. That's a lot of money."She made a deliberate joke.

  In Episode 10, Caroline stole a spoon from somewhere else and gave it to Max. Max said, "If you don't make corrections, you won't be eligible to visit your father in prison." She said that if she couldn't correct it, she would soon get the same result as his father. She made a joke here, bringing a sense of humor.

  In the twentieth episode, Peach told everyone that she had launched a new blog for herself and her children. She named it "Mother and me." Then she asked Max, "Isn't it very smart?" "Actually, she copied a movie called Mary and me. So Max laughed awkwardly and said, "Originality." Everyone knows that peaches don't appreciate him. He just exaggerated some of them. At this point, her perception has a funny effect.

  Another is called black humor. This is a kind of humorous effect which is inconsistent with common sense. In one book, this kind of humour is interpreted as "a desperate humour that makes people want to laugh, and a form of expression of everyday life that has no practical significance." It is a way of conveying sadness through comedy as a medium. Its ultimate effect has always been a feeling of happiness or sadness. These people have been relying on this form of humor to present a variety of pathological phenomena.

  In Episode 14, In the fourteenth episode, when Caroline asks Max why life has always been negative, she says, "The reason is that life is not smooth, and that's the result. In the history of life, there is a unique function that can make life more unsmooth. In my personal profile, it says, "Be positive at the worst of times." Max has always satirized himself with ridiculous pessimism and ridicule. This is the essence of black humor.

  In the 20th episode, two protagonists go to the trash can to find the tax return. Caroline said, "Max, I can't. Then I'll be a garbage man." Caroline was wealthy among whites before, and several blacks had expressed her similarly.

  Like white garbage. Here, she jokes with black humor, on the other hand, she satirizes racial discrimination. Therefore, here, it achieves the ultimate goal of the plot through this form of humor.

  As can be seen from the above, there are many types of humor in the United States. The situational comedy "Broken Girl 2" contains more emotions in life and more forms of black humor, rather than high text humor, technical humor and size jokes. Max, the heroine, has a smooth tongue. When he communicates with others, he always has a mocking attitude, not only to the other side, but also to himself.People can see that verbal humor is very important.

  3.2.2 Other Types of language Humor

  In our daily life, there are often "unanimous voices". In English pronunciation, many words have common pronunciation, so the recipient will misunderstand the speaker's intention, and then present a variety of funny stories.

  In the first episode, Max's boyfriend and Caroline are very close and say, "I'm Robbie." Caroline responded, "I'm not feeling well." Caroline avoided conflicts with her smart head. In addition to imitating Marx's tone of voice, Caroline was given her her name, but she responded in other ways, conveying his thoughts and suggesting that his actions were too intimate. At this time, the story shows Caroline's cleverness.

  In the fifth episode, Caroline asks Max about her credit card rate. "The interest rate I was talking about was zero," Max said. Interest here has two meanings, one is financial, the other is the feeling described in one word. Max's language is interesting.

  In Episode 11, Caroline stood on a thin chair trying to fix the tarpaulin. Max said, "Stop! You have six inches of heels on your feet, and this climbs up, causing neck damage.Then I was trapped by a horse in tight pants. You bite a chopstick in your mouth, sit on a chair, and shout, "I'm sorry, I feel like it works." Max relied on his imagination to describe Caroline's terrible life in a wheelchair. Her witty words made people laugh. What is shown above is verbal humor, a form of humor.

  In the twentieth episode, Max and the one who live together with Caroline as friends are in the midst of a drug side effect. She keeps urinating, which is also called Ru. After she came out. From the bathroom, Max said, "Are you all right? "R" and "u" sound like "you". So here, Max uses interesting language to create a humorous effect.

  3.3 Analysis of Body Humor in 2 Broke Girls

  Although verbal humor occupies a large part of situational comedy, body humor also plays an important role. Here we discuss how body language humor is presented in this situational comedy.

  3.3.1 Exaggeration

  In the seventh episode, Caroline said they wanted to create cupcakes to trade,and one day we'll leave. Han felt very sad because Caroline spoke the words his first girlfriend said when she broke up with him. He responded, "Oh, my God, my first girlfriend is here." He is covering his chest with one hand at the moment. It seems very sad. Exaggerated body movements make emotions more expressive and achieve the purpose of humor.

  In the ninth episode, Earl and Han discussed Korean's birthday song. Earl said, "Your mother seems to be ill..." Han was very angry when he heard this: "Don't talk to my mother!" Then he left angrily at once. That exaggerated response brought a sense of humor.

  In Episode 9, when their managers informed them that they were all selected as fairies. One of the girls was very happy. She walked exaggeratively, swung her arms and hands, and sang a song at the same time. That strange action brought a sense of humor.

  In the first episode, Max meets Caroline asleep in a chair on the subway. She pats Caroline. Caroline sits up and shoots her with an electric shotgun. Usually,

  People are not so afraid to wake up their people. Her exaggerated behavior made the audience laugh.

  3.3.2 Wittiness

  In the eighth episode, Johnny met Manager Han at dinner. They want to say hello by clapping hands. Johnny is tall, but Han is short, so Han jumped a little before he reached the height. Han's performance not only shows wisdom, but also makes people laugh.

  In the ninth episode, Caroline asked Marx to teach her how to bake, and she was taught the whole process. Caroline didn't find it difficult, but she made the kitchen dirty throughout the process. That strange action brought a sense of humor.

  In episode 20, Caroline got side effects from the drug. She had a swollen tongue. So she couldn't say a word smoothly because her mouth was full of tongue. This expression is strange and interesting. So here she uses wit to bring a sense of humor.

  3.3.3 Size joke

  In the eighth episode, Max said she bought Caroline's foreign painkillers. They will make you strong, but they will also make you out of control. She lost control of her hands and her belongings fell off. This makes that statement validated. At this time, her body movements have a quite humorous effect.

  In the twenty-third episode, a seemingly old man eats in a restaurant. Max says, "Why are you sitting in public and typing an old typewriter, big brother? In the pretentious gentleman's union? After they talked, Max left, bowing a medieval bow. It's funny. Her actions coincide with what she said before. A sentence or an action is not very funny. It is only because they combine with each other that they produce a humorous effect.

  As can be seen from the above, although verbal humor is more intuitive and easier to be found by the audience, in many cases, both body humor and verbal humor create an interesting point. Physical movements are critical to the human body. They interact and influence each other to achieve the best integration, just like all kinds of language forms and facial appearance.

  Conclusion

  American sitcom has a long history, and there are many excellent sitcom works. It has a close relationship with the rapid development of the United States. From sitcom, people all over the world have a general understanding of American humor and American culture.

  This form of humor was first presented in literary works. Everyone thinks of Mark Twain as the founder. American humour is everywhere in our lives,and it changes with time. As a carrier, American humor has penetrated into people's lives all over the world and plays an important role in cross-cultural communication.

  Bankrupt Girl is one of the most famous sitcoms in the United States and a microcosm of American humorous culture. The main character in the play is full of positive energy. However, they also have their own unique personality, when they collide together, they will produce wonderful sparks. In fact, American humor is mainly reflected in situational comedy. Through the analysis of two bankrupt girls, the first group had a general understanding of American culture. People can see that American humor can be expressed in a variety of ways. They can also find that humor can be expressed not only in words, but also in exaggerated and interesting body language and facial expressions.

  Therefore, through the analysis of two penniless girls, people can find that Americans are extroverted, have strange body language, exaggerated expressions, and like to satirize others and even themselves. Another feature is that American sitcoms often reveal the darkness of society and the conflict between social reality. This keeps pace with the current movie. In addition, American situational comedy is very serious in the creation of plays. Because the United States is more advanced in technology and has more wealth, American humor undoubtedly has a great impact on all parts of the world, bringing people a lot of laughter.American sitcom will continue to develop and there will be more good works in the future.

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