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Case Study #10: Conan Checks out a PC Bang

Can you be funny even when talking to an emotionless person? Yes, take a look at Conan in a PC Bang.

0:11 – 0:23 – pointing out the truth

0:45 – 1:08 – ridiculousness, impersonation

1:09 – 1:36 – pointing out absurdity, ridiculousness

2:21 – 2:27 – tease

2:40 – 3:07 – metaphor. If you think of association or metaphor, don’t just say what you see literally. Try to imply it. The impact will be stronger. In this segment, Conan’s thought is “It looks like you’re booking a flight for someone.” But he says instead “I’d like to book an isle seat.” . basically, you imply instead of saying things directly.

4:05 – 4:22 – metaphor. Similar to above, imply rather than state. Instead of “that looks like teletubis”, say “That’s the weirdest teletubis episode i’ve seen.”




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