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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3 August 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Unlike some other people who have commented about this show, I had no preconceived bias toward the show or its host when I started watching. I have found the show to be a good chance to see some of the comic talent performing today in a setting other than in front of a brick wall. Admittedly, most of their material comes straight from their acts but it's a way to give these performers some air time they wouldn't otherwise get. Through this show, I have discover new comics whose work was unknown to me such as Greg Hahn, Rod Man and John Roy. Even though every show may not be a hit, I have seen many more good shows than bad and every show has had some laughs. I hope the show continues to provide a place for the up and coming comics to get a chance to be seen other than in some night club and for the established comics to plug their latest ventures. By the way, I don't believe I am related to Byron Allen unless his family is Scottish.


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