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Got 30 minutes to spare for some laugh therapy after a long week? "Comedy Central Stand-Up Presents... " -- previously titled "The Half Hour" -- showcases an impressive lineup of some of the best up-and-comers in comedy. Acts include Adam Cayton-Holland, Anthony Devito, Jo Firestone, Solomon Georgio, Casey James Salengo, Sam Jay, Josh Johnson, Joel Kim Booster, Lashonda Lester and Chris Redd, many performing in their first solo Comedy Central specials. Sets are filmed at the Civic Theatre in New Orleans.

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The best and brightest take the stage in the honorable tradition of throwing comedians up onstage and having them entertain for 30 minutes.
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The best and brightest take the stage in the honorable tradition of throwing comedians up onstage and having them entertain for 30 minutes.
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Comic Sam Jay performs in her first half-hour stand-up special.

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