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Here's one that I came across recently, from Welles's appearance on the Dinah Shore show:
"Anybody that deals with a real audience, as I have...I've been hissed and booed, I've had things thrown at me. Until you've had that experience, you don't understand what dealing with an audience is. Nowadays, everything is a happy ending. In television, everything is happy. The commercial is happy. You get the right soap suds and the husband loves you again. Car chase finishes, the villians are dead; in one hour everything is solved. We live in a world of happy endings, with audiences that make every show, no matter how doomed it is and ready to be cancelled, sound like a smash hit.
And if a comedy isn't a smash hit they have a little black box full of laughter, and they add that to the jokes. And you know that most of the people laughing on that box died long ago. Now think of that, when you see your next sitcom, and you hear those merry peals of laughter, echoing out of the graveyard."