Originally Posted by Shaded Dogfood Cummings acknowledged that some people may find the audience "jarring" as no other sitcoms on NBC are currently filmed that way, but pointed out that previous hits like Cheers, Roseanne, Seinfeld and Friends were shot in front of a crowd.
Lots of shows have studio audiences laughing and are not as obnoxious as the laughter on Whitney
. It invariably just exploded out of silence, even for bits that were not all that funny. After years of witty comedies that don't feel they need to film in front of an an audience in order to alert home viewers as to what is funny... I just can't handle augmented laughter any more.
I like it how they start off saying taped in front of a live audience
Would that be VHS for Umatic
I didn't think things were taped
anymore? Remindes me of All in the family
where they start out saying video taped in front of a live audience
, and believe me from the picture quality of my commercial DVDs they DO look like it was Umatic quality
Anyway I really disliked the laughing, I mean it was at everything, although after the first few minutes I was kind of able to ignore it.
While I agree Whitney doesn't have the classic body
I did enjoy the nurse scene
you'd think she would have changed or at least kept her jacket buttoned during the hospital visit though....oh that's right, they wanted more excuses to show Whitney's un
I've setup a season pass, we'll see how it goes