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DwnWthVwls 05-08-2020 02:54 PM

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Originally Posted by MarieMarie (Post 2116925)
Even I think Stanhope is pretty funny, and I'm generally not a fan of stand up comedy


I give up. FML

The Batlord 05-08-2020 02:56 PM

So you're finally seeing things my way.

Frownland 05-08-2020 03:02 PM

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Originally Posted by The Batlord (Post 2116911)
**** you

You good?

The Batlord 05-08-2020 03:03 PM

Was that not an intentional pun?

Frownland 05-08-2020 03:04 PM

A pizza pun? I would've phrased it more betterly.

Plankton 09-29-2020 10:36 AM

I've been listening to comedy on my commute into work lately, and I'm a happy mother****er by the time I get there, but one of the funnier comedians they play is Iliza Shlesinger. Bill Burr is always a riot too. Laughing my ass off at a stop light and looking over to see people grinning at me from the next car is always an extra bonus.

TheBig3 09-29-2020 10:53 AM

Read through most of the thread. A few comments:

1. Bill Burr is competing with Dave Chapelle to be the GOAT, though Paper Tiger was not my favorite.
2. Dane Cook, while not great, has a few bits that are worth your time. The heist and the "you never leave your cart" bit from those first albums.
3. If you're not up on Chelsea Peretti yet, I think she's great. This bit closes well, but it should give you an idea of if she's your style.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dThVdPWYg2k

She's weird, but I kinda like that.

Plankton 09-29-2020 11:13 AM

I've seen Chelsea and she has her moments. I thought I recognized her from a few bit roles too, like Parks & Rec.

I've been digging some Dana Carvey lately too for some reason. I think it's the magic moment when the coffee kicks in and everything is funny though.

Frownland 09-29-2020 11:38 AM

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Originally Posted by TheBig3 (Post 2137390)
1. Bill Burr is competing with Dave Chapelle to be the GOAT, though Paper Tiger was not my favorite.

I wasn't mad about it either but I think that the special suffered from poor editing. They splice together several shows for the best bits, but it disrupts the continuity and improvisation that puts him above the edge. The reason I think this is because I saw a phone video clip from around January of him doing a bit that dipped into crowdwork and it killed 100x more than anything from Paper Tiger.

TheBig3 09-29-2020 11:52 AM

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Originally Posted by Frownland (Post 2137408)
I wasn't mad about it either but I think that the special suffered from poor editing. They splice together several shows for the best bits, but it disrupts the continuity and improvisation that puts him above the edge. The reason I think this is because I saw a phone video clip from around January of him doing a bit that dipped into crowdwork and it killed 100x more than anything from Paper Tiger.

Same, I saw him the October prior play to the home audience here in Boston and that show was about 90% better than the netflix special. Thats why I don't attack it outright. It's not his fault I saw a better preview.


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