This talk is about how advances in Large Language Models (LLMs) are helping make inroads into the 11 types of comedy. For many years most, but not all, types of humour were beyond the reach of automated systems. This talk is for those interested in comedy, how it is created, the state of the art in LLMs, and comedy datasets. This talk will include specific code examples as well as trying to be humorous in its own way. At the end the audience will have learnt how LLMs are changing the human/computer comedy landscape.