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Sitcom episodes without the jokes

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We sort of admire the Scrooge-like dedication that YouTube fun-remover Tunglebrek puts into his work.

He's set about removing all of the jokes from episodes of Seinfeld, Friends and The Big Bang Theory to leave them to their basic plot and nothing else. Without hilarity, the shows run pretty damn short.

You can watch the very serious episodes below:

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