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    inad1212

    [1]Mar 4, 2007
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    I am 8 minutes into the pilot of The Winner and the only thing I am thinking is there is way too much laughing from the audience. Everyting that is said there is laughing and its already annoying. And only 8 minutes into the show. Is it just me or are there other people noticing too much audience laughter?

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    Ollivander

    [2]Mar 4, 2007
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    inad1212 wrote:

    I am 8 minutes into the pilot of The Winner and the only thing I am thinking is there is way too much laughing from the audience. Everyting that is said there is laughing and its already annoying. And only 8 minutes into the show. Is it just me or are there other people noticing too much audience laughter?



    Absolutely, I hate laugh tracks it kills shows.
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    inad1212

    [3]Mar 4, 2007
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    It does kill the show
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    hound562

    [4]Mar 4, 2007
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    Yeah they should take away the audience laughing.
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    sparky672

    [5]Mar 4, 2007
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    inad1212 wrote:

    ... Is it just me or are there other people noticing too much audience laughter?



    No living, breathing group of real people could possibly have laughed that much at this show. Had to have been a laugh-track.
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    animated4u

    [6]Mar 4, 2007
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    This lead actor is horrible.

    I can't believe all these laugh tracks.  I think I've got a chuckle twice so far.

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    animated4u

    [7]Mar 4, 2007
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    sparky672 wrote:
    inad1212 wrote:

    ... Is it just me or are there other people noticing too much audience laughter?



    No living, breathing group of real people could possibly have laughed that much at this show. Had to have been a laugh-track.


    I laughed more at that then these first two episodes.
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    sparky672

    [8]Mar 4, 2007
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    animated4u wrote:

    This lead actor is horrible.



    The lead actor is also the writer and producer.

    Now that's funny.
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    TimWidhalm

    [9]Mar 4, 2007
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    Actually the writer and producer is Seth McFarlene

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    sparky672

    [10]Mar 4, 2007
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    TimWidhalm wrote:

    Actually the writer and producer is Seth McFarlene



    Check the IMDB. Ricky Blitt is ALSO a writer and an executive producer of The Winner.

    Sometimes a show can have more than one of each.
    Edited on 03/04/2007 7:11pm
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    TimWidhalm

    [11]Mar 4, 2007
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    sparky672 wrote:
    TimWidhalm wrote:

    Actually the writer and producer is Seth McFarlene

    Check the IMDB. Ricky Blitt is ALSO a writer and an executive producer of The Winner. Sometimes a show can have more than one of each.

    I know but Seth is the main writer and producer

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    TimWidhalm

    [12]Mar 4, 2007
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    animated4u wrote:

    This lead actor is horrible.

    If he is so horrible then why did he get such great reviews when he was on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, obviously he couldn't be that bad or he wouldn't have gotten his own show,

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    sparky672

    [13]Mar 4, 2007
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    TimWidhalm wrote:
    sparky672 wrote:
    TimWidhalm wrote:

    Actually the writer and producer is Seth McFarlene

    Check the IMDB. Ricky Blitt is ALSO a writer and an executive producer of The Winner. Sometimes a show can have more than one of each.

    I know but Seth is the main writer and producer



    You said... "Actually the writer and producer is Seth McFarlene" in reply to me as if I was totally wrong by saying Ricky Blitt was the writer and producer. Not only was I not wrong... but Ricky Blitt is one of three EXECUTIVE Producers.

    Just admit you jumped the gun and move on.
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    TimWidhalm

    [14]Mar 4, 2007
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    sparky672 wrote:
    TimWidhalm wrote:
    sparky672 wrote:
    TimWidhalm wrote:

    Actually the writer and producer is Seth McFarlene

    Check the IMDB. Ricky Blitt is ALSO a writer and an executive producer of The Winner. Sometimes a show can have more than one of each.

    I know but Seth is the main writer and producer

    You said... "Actually the writer and producer is Seth McFarlene" in reply to me as if I was totally wrong by saying Ricky Blitt was the writer and producer. Not only was I not wrong... but Ricky Blitt is one of three EXECUTIVE Producers. Just admit you jumped the gun and move on.

    Who is Ricky Blitt?

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    sparky672

    [15]Mar 4, 2007
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    TimWidhalm wrote:
    sparky672 wrote:
    TimWidhalm wrote:
    sparky672 wrote:
    TimWidhalm wrote:

    Actually the writer and producer is Seth McFarlene

    Check the IMDB. Ricky Blitt is ALSO a writer and an executive producer of The Winner. Sometimes a show can have more than one of each.

    I know but Seth is the main writer and producer

    You said... "Actually the writer and producer is Seth McFarlene" in reply to me as if I was totally wrong by saying Ricky Blitt was the writer and producer. Not only was I not wrong... but Ricky Blitt is one of three EXECUTIVE Producers. Just admit you jumped the gun and move on.

    Who is Ricky Blitt?



    Oops. My mistake. I apologize to you.

    Ricky Blitt is an Executive Producer and Writer but he's NOT the main character... and I don't know why I thought that.

    Again, my mistake... {red face}... big mistake.
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    Drewchic

    [16]Mar 5, 2007
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    inad1212 wrote:

    I am 8 minutes into the pilot of The Winner and the only thing I am thinking is there is way too much laughing from the audience. Everyting that is said there is laughing and its already annoying. And only 8 minutes into the show. Is it just me or are there other people noticing too much audience laughter?

    It's me,too,but I like it! It makes me laugh more! And I did! Not the whole way through but there were I think quite a few laugh-out-loud moments throughout the episode.
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    alp1981

    [17]Mar 7, 2007
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    I gotta say the laugh track annoyed the heck out of me too, but once the show started going I really dug it. I know it wont last beyond 10 episodes, but I think it's hilarious.

    Mostly because of the downsydrome joke. I mean, come on, that's funny.
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    pesatyel

    [18]Mar 11, 2007
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    Some people are meant to be leads.  Some are not.  Cordrry is in the latter.  He was funny on The Daily Show, sure.  But his skits there lasted, what 5 minutes at most?  He can't carry a full 22 minute show.

    Besides, the greatest comedian in the world probably couldn't make this show funny.

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    Drewchic

    [19]Mar 12, 2007
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    alp1981 wrote:
    I gotta say the laugh track annoyed the heck out of me too, but once the show started going I really dug it. I know it wont last beyond 10 episodes, but I think it's hilarious.

    Mostly because of the downsydrome joke. I mean, come on, that's funny.
    You know last night the laugh track REALLY REALLY REALLY started to annoy me but before it didn't!!! Kinda weird.
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    JJBurns84_basic

    [20]Mar 12, 2007
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    "Too Much" is an appropriate title because Fox sure is trying to shove this show down our throats. Sure, let Wonderfalls have 4 episodes with little advertising and a timeslot change, but God forbid that I turn on the tv without seeing this stink bomb.
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