Favorite STAND-UP COMEDY?

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  1. Jeff_A

    Jeff_A Screenwriter

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    I need some fast responses to this question. My wife has been under some stress lately and suggested watching some stand-up comedy tonight. I would prefer to watch a DVD presentation, but I would certainly consider the ugly VHS format if I had to.
    Come on guys, I need some gut-busting, uncontrollable laughter tonight. What is the absolute BEST in stand-up comedy? Thank you for all of your input. [​IMG]
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    Fearless Vampire Killers (1967)?
     
  2. Richard Travale

    Richard Travale Producer

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    I'm still partial to Eddie Murphy's Raw. It is very dated but spank my bum funny!
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  3. Ricky f

    Ricky f Supporting Actor

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    Anything with Chris Farley cracks me up
    Of course he is dead but he was a funny guy
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  4. JustinT

    JustinT Stunt Coordinator

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    There is a Dave Chappelle standup I've seen on HBO a few times that is absolutely hilarious. Another really funny standup is George Carlan.
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  5. John Thomas

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    Try Kings of Comedy; Bernie Mac is funny as hell.
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    SAM KINISON ... and some BILL HICKS does the trick for me.
    Watch out for serious vulgarity though with these boys.
     
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    George Carlin
    "Jammin' in New York" always makes me laugh out loud!
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