Revenge of the N[Z]erds?: 'Flight of the Conchords' as Good Humour
AbstractThe case study Flight of the Conchords is discussed to arrive at a better understanding of what good humor is. The Conchords does achieve shared laughter, and successfully minimises the tendency to mock and ostracise.
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