There has a technical term call the ‘laugh track’.

When I was searching something in imdb.com, I found this American TV show call the ‘Dads (2013)’.

And I thought it could be quite funny idea because someone might have two dads. So I became quite curious about the show and found this tagline “Two best friends. One dad situation.” in imdb.com’s Dads (2013) page. This could be funny show, I thought.

But not for long.

I’ve found this review from imdb.com user Narce.

In the first few seconds of this show, I noticed that the “audience” laughed at every line and gesture as if it was the funniest thing they had ever heard.

quote from No, no, no! Not another laugh track! @ 20 September 2013 by Narce

Laugh track. What an amazing term!

So I googled it. And I found out that ‘even in wikipedia has it’.

In some productions the laughter is a live audience response; in the U.S., the term usually implies artificial laughter (canned laughter or fake laughter) made to be inserted into the show.

quote from Laugh track – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

behind story
–but I don’t go more deep down.

I think this laugh track idea is understandable because some people are shy to laugh-Oh, how unhappy life we are having, don’t you think?- and it is easy to make them laugh through other people’s laughing.

But problem is now this money chaser come in to play for make easy money and make easy show. So they try to force you to laugh
or
they think that people are so stupid that people can’t understand difficult jokes so they try to teach people to when to laugh.

Do you think I am too sarcastic?

Believe it or not. It’s your choice. But you must think about why they were keep doing that rubbish thing?

Do you think they were so stupid that they don’t know that’s rubbish thing?

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