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The best episode was the Blake Clark episode. He is a hoot! I like comedians that talk about the government. To 1989 standards, where spending $100,000,000,000 on invisible bombers. The government has also been throwing away our tax money. He also talks about life in the south, but he moved to Los Angelous. Apparently the people of Los Angelous are confused about the English language in the south, such terms as "I'm fixing to get ready". The best episode! Some other pretty good episodes were the Bob Nelson episode and Ellen DeGenerous' first appearance who by the way isn't funny anymore. I think they should bring this show back because it was so good and gave each comedian there own episode unlike Premium Blend or Comic Groove where each comedian has five minutes to do there act. Bring back One Night Stand HBO!
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