Seinfeld was one of the funniest TV shows ever. Pretty much everyone loved it. Everyone, that is, in the United States. And probably in many other developed countries, too. Because, after all, anyone engaged in the daily grind would connect with the show’s absurd take on the odd, quirky details of modern life. But what about people in developing countries? Or what if we were to visit a tribe deep in the Amazon that lived a more or less Stone Age existence. If we plopped them down in front of Seinfeld, would they get it? Would They Get It? Probably not. But they would understand that something funny is going on. Why? Because they’d hear laughter on the soundtrack.