“(One way you could play this, maybe comedically, is to have her be the narcissist, so full of herself that no man could interest her).”
“If they happen to feel strongly about something that works for us comedically, that is preferred.”
“And of course Penhall bellows "what are you lookin 'at!" at Aoki, hurls a wrench "comedically," and walks away.”
“The work of Kuroda Seiki, the painter who introduced such western genres as the nude to Japan, and Edo-period "pornotopia", is the inspiration for paintings of outsize genitalia, cut free from context against bright planes of pattern, while his sculptures present life-sized girly Manga figurines with comedically exaggerated attributes.”
“She writes repeatedly about how she remained a virgin until she was 24, until, it seems, although she doesn't say so explicitly, she met her now husband, a shadowy figure who only really appears in her story when he's comedically useful as a straight man.”
“And Gilligan also rightly gets at how often comic-strip creators stand on the shoulders of their forebears, both visually and comedically.”
“President Obama and Jon Stewart were themselves last night as the cerebral chief executive fielded questions from the comedically serious host of "The Daily Show.”
“The sketch, which comedically sells "Winning," the new fragrance from Charlie Sheen, ran on Wednesday night's show, the day after the actor joined Twitter.”
“Trolls make such great straight men, comedically speaking.”
“Last year's stunning Oscar winner, Logorama, from France, began comedically with corporate and product logos in place of a normal landscape and characters but then morphing into a dark and outrageous collapse of the world we thought we knew.”
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