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Can Laugh Tracks Make Anything Funny? A "Gutfeld!" Experiment

The new Fox News late night show strains the limits of what can be considered humor.

Last week Fox News introduced their latest attempt at late-night comedy: Gutfeld!

Previous forays into the genre have included the short-lived, criticially panned The 1/2 Hour News Hour — the network's response to The Daily Show — and Gutfeld's own show Red Eye, which aired in a 3:00 AM time slot, and The Greg Gutfeld Show, which ran on Saturday night's at 10:00 from 2015 until just a few weeks before the Gutfeld! premiere. But in a new weeknight spot at 11:00, Greg Gutfeld of The Five is officially up against the traditional late-night hosts like Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon.

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Big Bang Theory fans love when hilarious scientist Sheldon Cooper rips out a signature "BAZINGA."

Throughout the long-running sitcom, Cooper has delighted Big Bang audiences again and again with his hilarious catch phrase. The first time I heard a "BAZINGA," I laughed so hard that milk squirted out my nose, and I wasn't even drinking milk. I love BAZINGA so much that I'm counting down Sheldon's all-time best BA-ZINGERS:

Side-Mouth BAZINGA

A classic BAZBIM, shot straight out the side of Shelman's face. NICE!