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Jesse L. Martin,
Kelly Coffield Park
So far from what I've seen of this show has been a bunch of standard standup guys doing material that had been done many times before in standup past. There are some exceptions (I remember one guy doing a very very funny thing about physics that had never been done before) but most of these standup guys aren't too original. I also find the host, Jim Breuer, to be more annoying than funny. But hey, I like standup and if you do to this is a pretty fair watch. Just don't put time aside to watch it.
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