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Most comedy evokes a smirk from me. I actually laughed out loud at this entire show. I know a lot of people will relate to his stories even if they don't admit it! I would love to order it on DVD and send it to all of my friends. Yes, the humor is vulgar, but, at the same time it is real life. I didn't realize, at first, that this was the same guy from Lucky Louie. Now, I can't believe he doesn't have more of an opportunity to shine on that program. Maybe, I just think he is funnier talking out right about the fleeting thoughts that cross your mind. His style reminds me of an "R-rated" Bill Cosby. His depiction of events enabled me to visualize exactly what he was saying. Watch this show!
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