Comics Unleashed, featuring the world's hottest comics. Comics Unleashed dares to go where no show has gone before! It's your daily dose of hysterical laughter as Comics Unleashed gathers ... See full summary »
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Comics Unleashed, featuring the world's hottest comics. Comics Unleashed dares to go where no show has gone before! It's your daily dose of hysterical laughter as Comics Unleashed gathers five of the most hilarious comedians to discuss everything from pop culture, entertainment and more. The greatest comedians of our time take center stage, in front of the largest live audience in Hollywood and bring out their best comedy to make it outrageously funny. With a seasoned panel of comedians, anything can happen! Join Byron Allen as he welcomes his talented funny friends for night after night laughs. It entertaining. It's unpredictable. It's undeniably hilarious. It's Comics Unleashed! Written by Anonymous

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"Schtick unleashed" is more appropriate
28 June 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The only episodes worth watching are the so-called "Hot Chocolate" panels featuring black comedians who have obviously worked together a lot. In these, Byron Allen just gets out of the way and the comics take off, and (since this ain't cable) it's a treat to hear what these hilarious and creative folks can do when they don't have the crutch of gratuitous N and F words to fall back on... which seems to comprise most of their stand-up acts. Unfortunately, so far I've only seen 2 such episodes. All the rest feature a disparate panel who have nothing in common, and Byron just lobs each a question designed to let them launch into their Schtick without any interaction with each other. It's DREADFUL. One minute Rich Little is doing Richard Nixon, and the next minute some comic whose name I can't remember is bemoaning the state of airline food, followed by somebody complaining about his or her spouse. It's like they're phoning it in from isolation booths.

I have been introduced to one or two new comics, but mostly, I zap.


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