You're probably familiar with BoJack Horseman, Netflix's animated comedy about a Hollywood horse/actor.
The show was created by Raphael Bob-Waksberg, who often answers questions about the show and about comedy in general on his Tumblr.
He was recently asked about the show's many sight gags, particularly one involving a crocodile wearing Crocs:
And he used the opportunity to offer some AWESOME insight about gender in comedy:
He kicked things off by discussing audience expectations:
And recounted a kind of embarrassing habit he had while working on the show:
And to change that, he says, people who MAKE comedy have to make a conscious effort to alter their thinking. And their work:
Even (especially) when it comes to toasters:
I mean. A toaster.