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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Foreplay or How Tina Fey can kick Bruce Willis’ ass
What is a comedy blockbuster?
How to bust a gut or Comedy College 101
A criminally brief history of film comedy
The comedic idea
The importance of being inappropriate a.k.a. The blues brothers are not role models
The comedic logline a.k.a. The pitch
A fool’s journey a.k.a. I know a guy just like that
The rock and roll school of screenwriting
The R-rated comedy
The eight comic sequences
Comic sequence A: a.k.a. Well begun is half done
Sequence B: Setting up the inappropriate goal a.k.a. “you’re going to do what?” or why crashing a wedding is a good idea!
Sequence C: The mad, mad, mad world a.k.a. Sometimes girls throw up on you
Sequence D: It just keeps getting worse a.k.a. How much pain can Ben Stiller take?
Sequence E: Love is in the air a.k.a. Why Andy chooses love over sex
Sequence F: What was I thinking? a.k.a. Yes, I’m a liar but…
Sequence G: Time to grow up a.k.a. Why are Ashton and Natalie so sad even though they said “no strings attached”
Sequence H: The new me a.k.a. Why Ben Stiller, Jim Carrey, Hugh Grant, Natalie Portman are running at the end of the movie
Funny is Money
Posted April 11, 2012
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