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  • Don Garrett: Nice Guys Finish Worst

    Movie + 1 extra

    Don Garrett provides a comprehensive guide to impersonating a youth pastor, hanging up with emphasis, and risking it all for a Happy Meal.

  • Vinnie Coppola: People Person

    Movie + 1 extra

    Vinnie Coppola is not the most famous Coppola but, he is the funniest, especially when it comes to ribbing Olive Garden, bathroom attendants, and midnight Walmarters.

  • John Hastings: Everything Goes Wrong

    Movie + 1 extra

    Watch John Hastings navigate maybe the craziest show of his career, handling hecklers, hosts, and treacherously tight pants.

  • Jamie Ward: Coupon Baby

    Movie + 1 extra

    Take a look at the world according to Jamie Ward, as he recounts racial misconceptions, Southern living, and service in the U.S. army.

  • Paul Sheffield: Positive Thinking

    Movie + 1 extra

    Back at the Bar, Paul Sheffield breaks down banana bread, IBS, and boating.

  • Don McEnery: Just Sayin'

    Movie + 1 extra

    Don McEnery gets real about peanut lawsuits, praying mantis mating, and five button pants.

  • Ray Devito: 40 & Simple

    Movie + 1 extra

    Ray Devito shares a collection of embarrassing tales spanning the subjects of first dates, art class insecurities, and financial ineptitude.

  • E.L. Smith: I Read The Comments

    Movie + 1 extra

    E.L. Smith is a comic named Elbert, who was raised in Florida, sees Cheetos as a red flag, and is here to make you laugh.

  • David Studebaker: The Oracle Of Dry Bar

    Movie + 1 extra

    David Studebaker earns the title "Oracle of Dry Bar" by discerning audience occupations, commoditizing parasites, and rebooting Reading Rainbow.

  • Matin Atrushi: American Immigrant

    Movie + 1 extra

    Kurdish and playing hard to get, Matin Atrushi is trying to distance himself from his sand-eating dad, his inevitable managerial position at Best Buy, and his stab-worthy Spanish skills.

  • John Branyan: Demeaning of Life

    Movie + 1 extra

    In November of 1990, John took the stage at an Indianapolis comedy club with the intention of getting comedy out of his system.

  • Pete Jr.: Happily Frustrated

    Movie + 1 extra

    In his second marriage and enjoying parenthood, Pete Jr. gives insight into his present day arguments about single roses, shaved legs, car crashes, recorded voices, and high functioning autism.

  • Alex Velluto: Thirsty

    Movie + 1 extra

    Alex Velluto is a stand-up comedian and Diet Coke drinker from Salt Lake City, Utah. He has performed at comedy festivals all over the country including the Boston Comedy Festival, Big Sky Comedy Festival, and the Seattle International Comedy Competition.

  • Jay Whittaker: Safe for Work

    Movie + 1 extra

    Jay Whittaker is a comedian, actor, host and writer hailing from Los Angeles & Salt Lake City. He's been seen on the Food Network and even featured in USA Today.

  • Greg Schwem: You Can't Quarantine Laughter

    Movie + 1 extra

    Corporate entertainer and motivational comic, Greg Schwem jokes about COVID-19 quarantine, building a house, and the effects of drug commercials.

  • DC Benny: You Don't Look Funny

    Movie + 1 extra

    Benny lives in Brooklyn where he fiddles around with old Land Rovers when he is supposed to be helping his wife run her natural skincare business.

  • Byron Trimble: Diary of A Short City Boy

    Movie + 1 extra

    Byron Trimble has traveled around the world doing comedy for conferences, churches, retreats, clubs, schools, and corporate events.

  • Dave Burleigh: Nobody's Keeping You Here

    Movie + 1 extra

    Comedian and Impressionist Dave Burleigh's star is on the rise. His uncanny ability to impersonate just about anyone landed him the starring role as Charlie Sheen in "Not Another Celebrity Movie." Burleigh's multiple characters, voices, and impressions were showcased on Season 7 of America's Got ...

  • Ty Barnett: Yep...
    Movie + 1 extra

    Ty Barnett: Yep...

    Movie + 1 extra

    Ty Barnett, a Chicago native, got his start at Seattle's Comedy Underground. Whoopi Goldberg called Ty "hilarious" and reviewers have said he is "thought provoking" and "edgy".

  • Jim McDonald: Work In Progress

    Movie + 1 extra

    Jim Mcdonald, an Irish man suffering from alcoholic ghosts, is a professional enthusiast. In deciding the difference between rubbish and garbage, or birth control and cargo shorts, Jim’s conclusions go beyond society’s pessimistic tendencies.

  • Bil Dwyer: Barbed Dwyer

    Movie + 1 extra

    Bil Dwyer is reaching his breaking point with work and family life. Right now, Bil’s life consists of garbage garage sales, teaching his children how to be pigeons, telling fellas to settle down, and filling the “young buck” role at the YMCA.

  • Heather Mabbott: I Didn't Mean To Say That

    Movie + 1 extra

    Her quick wit and unique style has dazzled audiences all over the country. Heather is a clean comedian and has performed with some of the best, like Caroline Rhea, Jimmy Walker, Bobcat Goldthwait, Bruce Baum, Sinbad, and many, many more.

  • Andrew Rivers: Laffy Taffy

    Movie + 1 extra

    Andrew's very personal and fun storytelling comedy, combined with his exemplary work ethic has earned him high praise from some of the best comedians in the business.

  • Mark Klein: Life Solved

    Movie + 1 extra

    Mark Klein is a middle-aged man from Louisville, Kentucky. He brings with him a short list of bad habits, the five compromises of marriage, the miracle of the free society, and life’s most important lesson.