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Bob Mankoff explains what's funny and why for The New Yorker.
I show the BBC about how I try to pick the best from hundreds of cartoons submitted to the magazine for every edition, and how provocative and thought-provoking cartoons need to be "the right amount of wrong".
Watch as I bring Morley Safer and 60 Minutes into the wonderful world of New Yorker cartoons.
Here’s my talk on the “Past, Present & Future of Humor” from University of Michigan.