Parody and political parody utilize comic drama to depict persons or social establishments as ludicrous or degenerate, along these lines distancing their gathering of people from the protest of their funniness. Spoof subverts prominent types and structures, investigating those structures without essentially denouncing them.
Different types of drama incorporate screwball parody, which gets its amusingness to a great extent from unusual, astonishing (and doubtful) circumstances or characters, and dark comic drama, which is described by a type of diversion that incorporates darker parts of human conduct or human instinct. So also dirty funniness, sexual amusingness, and race silliness make comic drama by disregarding social traditions or taboos in comic ways. A drama of conduct ordinarily takes as its subject a specific piece of society (generally high society) and uses cleverness to spoof or mock the conduct and peculiarities of its individuals. Lighthearted comedy is a prevalent class that delineates thriving sentiment in entertaining terms and spotlights on the flaws of the individuals who are becoming hopelessly enamored.