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Jim Breuer… And Laughter For All
Marriage and parenthood won’t keep die-hard metalhead comedian Jim Breuer from losing his manic sense of humor in this hilarious live show where he recounts stories of accidental bomb threats and fighting an ostrich in. . .

Bo Burnham: what.
Left brain and right brain duke it out — and ultimately belt out a melody — in stand-up comedian Bo Burnham’s quick and clever one-man show.

Wild ‘N On Tour
Nick Cannon and his crew take their act on the road in this series, which opens with the tour kickoff in Bloomsburg, Pa.

Jim Gaffigan: Cinco
America’s king of clean comedy delivers wickedly funny jokes in his fifth hour-long special. Though he’s mostly concerned about what he’ll eat after the show, Jim Gaffigan finds time to joke about kids, phones, trucks. . .

Tom Papa: Freaked Out
Famously upbeat comedian Tom Papa delivers a stand-up performance that includes his observations on the perils of raising daughters, and more. Executive produced by Rob Zombie.

Nick Thune: Folk Hero
With help from his guitars, comedian Nick Thune regales the audience of Brooklyn’s Bell Theatre with a collection of hilarious stories about his childhood, past romantic relationships and his experience with a burning building.

Morgan Murphy: Irish Goodbye
Morgan Murphy brings dry and self-deprecating wit to the stage for this hilarious, gin-soaked special. Murphy’s first target is always herself, but won’t hesitate to bring down everyone from Planned Parenthood to teenage sexters.

Mike Birbiglia: My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend
Mike Birbiglia shares a lifetime of romantic blunders and misunderstandings. On this painfully honest but hilarious journey, Birbiglia struggles to find reason in an area where it may be impossible to find: love.

Marc Maron: Thinky Pain
Marc Maron returns to his old stomping grounds for an intimate special in which he takes stock of himself. More than ever, Maron is raw and hilariously honest as he dissects his own neuroses and. . .

Doug Stanhope: Beer Hall Putsch
Named after Hitler’s failed coup attempt, “Beer Hall Putsch” takes you into acerbic comic DougStanhope’s twisted mind at a gig filmed in Portland.

Dave Foley: Relatively Well
Relatively Well follows Dave’s journey to survive a world that seems intent on crushing his spirit. Everything’s on the table, from the people who don’t believe in science, to his misadventures in the romance department.

Bob Saget: That’s What I’m Talking About
Network-safe funnyman Bob Saget transforms himself into a spectacularly foul-mouthed explainer and raconteur in this live stage show from Seattle.

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