Comic View is an American stand-up comedy series that showcases the talents of up-and-coming comedians. The series debut in 1992 on the Black Entertainment Television network, and has been ... See full summary »

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Comic View is an American stand-up comedy series that showcases the talents of up-and-coming comedians. The series debut in 1992 on the Black Entertainment Television network, and has been hosted by comedians D.L. Hughley, Cedric the Entertainer, Kevin Hart and Sommore. Written by Anonymous

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WAS great back in the day, but..
5 July 2002 | by See all my reviews

When Comicview first came out, about the only regular comedy show to showcase black comedians was Def Comedy Jam. Other than that, you had to settle for Evening at the Improv and the occasional Black comedian that came on. I liked the format with the celebrity judges voting on who was the funniest. Nowadays, its all about the models who are always on the front row and get the camera shots. Another thing that annoys me about the newer episodes is the way the shows are spliced together, like we are not going to notice the same old jokes. I swear the same model chick with the same dress was in 7 episodes. Don't get me wrong, I like beautiful women, but if you need models to get attention and boost ratings, you've got problems with your show.


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