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Observational comedy is a form of humor based on the commonplace aspects of everyday life. It is one of the main types of humor in stand-up comedy. In an observational comedy act the comedian “makes an observation about something from the backwaters of life, an everyday phenomenon that is rarely noticed or discussed.” The humor is based on the premise of “Have you ever noticed?” (or “Did you ever notice?”), which has become a comedy cliché. “Observational humour usually took the form of long monologues of personal narrative, and the punch-line was either hard to predict or never came.”
British comedians Richard Herring and Jo Caulfield wrote in an article that observational comedy “essentially involves saying ‘Did you ever notice?’ and then recounting something that will hopefully be universally familiar, but that won’t necessarily have been consciously noted by your audience. If it’s too obvious an observation it won’t be funny (Have you ever noticed how buses always come in threes? Yes.) and if it’s too oblique then it won’t hit home.” Eddie Izzard noted that a comedian’s observations “need to be something that people can relate to, for the audience to pick up on it” in order to be considered a successful observational comedy act. Douglas Coupland writes, “Anybody can describe a pre-moistened towelette to you, but it takes a good observational comedian to tell you what, exactly is the ‘deal’ with them.” He adds that observational comedy first of all depends on a “lone noble comedian adrift in the modern world, observing the unobservable-those banalities and fragments of minutiae lurking just below the threshold of perception: Cineplex candy; remote control units.”