If you want to improve as a comedy writer, it’s essential that you read as many comedy scripts as possible. In our latest video, we’ve breaking down twenty of the best comedy scripts every screenwriter should study to take their comedy writing to the next level.

Here’s what’s coming up:

• 20 comedy scripts to read and study.
• A breakdown of what the writers do well.
• How to apply the techniques to your writing.

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DOWNLOAD THE 20 BEST COMEDY SCRIPTS HERE:

20 Best Comedy Scripts to Read and Download For Free

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Over to You:

• Ask yourself, which comedy writing style is most like mine?
• Read the script and compare it to yours. What can be improved?
• What do you think of our comedy list? Have we left any out?

Let us know in the comments section below the video.
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8 thoughts on “20 Best Comedy Scripts to Read and Study | Script Reader Pro”
  1. I'm part way through writing a Walmart and musical parody entitled "World-Mart: A Musical Love Story". It's basically SUPERSTORE with singing and dancing and instead of a weekly series, it's a feature-length movie. I am taking a break from it to work on another project, "The Darkness Below", which is based on my first self-published novel by the same name. Reading some of the 20 scripts will undoubtedly make it easier for me to write the Walmart/musical parody.

  2. Wow, I actually subscribed to you recently and I already downloaded all your videos in my file for script writing,

    Now this shall be added to my list

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