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I didn't laugh once and I'm really wondering how on earth these comics ever even got a show. It's just so unfunny. I wasn't sure if it was supposed to be a joke that these people are trying to be comics. This was highlighted when the gay Gent (whose every joke was about being gay or mentioned being gay) said "I don't know want to be known as the gay comedian, I want to be known as a comedian who happens to be gay"
Don't waste your time with this.
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