Monday's child is fair of face, Tuesday's child is full of grace. Wednesday's child is full of woe, Thursday's child has far to go. So goes the nursery rhyme that provided the inspiration behind Wednesday Addams\u2019 name and her dour doll persona. But under Lisa Loring, behind-the-scenes, Wednesday brought all the humor to the actors. In fact, she famously was the reason some veteran actors broke character as they broke down into fits of laughter. How? It was a combination of Loring\u2019s tone, facial expression, lines, and overall visage that brought even more levity to the spooky sitcom. Lisa Loring shatters a veteran actor\u2019s professional seriousness as Wednesday Addams When not playing the eerie Addams daughter, Lisa Loring really brought the laughs \/ Everett Collection \u201cWhen a disgruntled Wednesday pretends to run away, her parents call the police and drive a cranky Missing Persons detective batty,\u201d reads the summary for the season one episode 10 Addams Family episode \u201cWednesday Leaves Home.\u201d The detective on call to find this young missing person was played by Jesse White, by then an established presence in many films, TV shows, and commercials. In other words, he was a professional. RELATED: \u2018Addams Family\u2019 Star Jackie Coogan Was Haunted By His \u2018Lost Childhood\u2019 When He Played Uncle Fester But then came Lisa Loring as Wednesday Addams, who shuffled up to the detective, who snapped at her, \u201cLook, kid, I've had a rough day. What's your name?" In response, Wednesday requested, \u201cI'd like a dead fly for my spider. He\u2019s hungry.\u201d Dressed innocently as Wednesday was and composed with the expression that made her known as \u201cyoungster with the Mona Lisa face,\u201d she was enough to make White burst out laughing. Wednesday\u2019s child is full of glee The Addams Family \/ Everett Collection \u201cI learned to memorize before I could read,\u201d Loring admitted in a potential explanation for why her particular acting style and delivery could make everyone around her laugh - not at her but in appreciation for the stoic child resembling a doll and discussing the macabre. Turns out she also had a sharp mind. When she was young, she even discussed the nuances and differences between the other monstrous family of the age, The Munsters. She called The Addams Family more sophisticated \u201clike the Marx Brothers\u201d and The Munsters more slapstick \u201clike The Three Stooges.\u201d Her debate partner, John Astin (Gomez), spluttered, \u201cWho told you that? How would you know that?" Seems Wednesday\u2019s child is full of wisdom, and that wit served her well giving the perfect delivery for Wednesday Addams.