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  • I've always wondered if the Muppet Show used a laugh track or a live audience. During this sketch, when the chef throws some salt (?) over his shoulder there is a very strange and "in-the-forground" laugh you can hear by some male person. How did that get through? Was he someone on the set? I've have wondered about this for 20 years!!

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    • I assume the laugh was recorded, since the show was taped and the laughs weren't much different to me from what I heard watching the show.

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    • It was recorded with a laugh track. But I'm pretty sure members of the crew also laughed during tapings, since laughter was being heard anyway.

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    • Hey thanks for the replies and info! Here's the clip in case you want to see it. So it would seem some crew member was sure enjoying the sketch :-)

      http://snk.to/f-ctnqza03

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