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[asked to put a Buddhist figure in his nativity scene]
Are there any buddhists in the audience tonight? How about that fat guy in the diaper?
[a sumo wrestler comes on stage]
Holy Lord, don't eat the sheep.
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I saw this the day before Christmas and I thought it was really good. It combined Larry's humor with a little pop culture. Santa's roast was great and Tony Orlando was really good in it.
The show contains some stand up from Larry but not as much as I wished for. There's a Roast for Santa featuring a few big roasters. Kid Rock sings a song and Larry is shown the error of his ways. And theirs a great Manger scene for the kids that teaches them the real meaning of Christmas.
After all of that I give it a 8 out of 10 because it made me laugh and entertained me.
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