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I get called "sweetheart" a lot by guys. You know a lot of women take offense at that, but when you've been called "c*nt" enough times, it kind of takes the sting out of "sweetheart".
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This is a reality game show for standup comedians.
They have open auditions, then a panel of judges make their decision. As the number of contestants reduce, the size of the audience increase. Eventually one standup comedian is crowned Last Comic Standing.
It's great fun to see so many standups, both good and bad comics.
It's fun for a few seasons, but it just got repetitive.
It would have been better if they expand the comedy beyond just standup performances.
To have the same style of a comic standing on stage is too static, they need to add more spice.
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