The tone lurches drunkenly from realistic to farcical to spoof.
The contradicting accounts of what happened to the plane would be farcical if not for the 239 people who are missing.
As is, they now look ominously instead like that monopoly's prelude and farcical first act.
The vengeance-seeking, obstinate businessman and peace preacher are soon forced into a farcical confrontation.
It was litigation as entertainment—a farcical tangle of events that titillated a ready, willing, and able country.
Is that trumped up, farcical idea, your excuse for fighting me?
It was tragic enough for him in all conscience, but he could see no farcical element.
It would look so farcical if it were not so deadly to witness.
What is this farcical, factitious glamour that will not bear the light of day?
But it's farcical, father, to be always interviewed by a paper nobody reads.