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Off with the gloves and onto the stage go funny men and women armed with their best barbs and looking for a comedy knockout. TruTV's half-hour competition series features three comics in each episode battling in fast-paced challenges, with points awarded based on positive crowd reactions. One-upmanship is the goal as competitors attempt to land massive comedy blows and whip the crowd into a frenzy of raucous laughter. A final round decides the champion, and the least-funny participant is ultimately forced to face the crowd and apologize. Comic Damien Lemon hosts.

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Michelle Buteau knows exactly what millennials say, Cipha Sounds has a surprising favorite dance move, and Shane Torres explains what makes Cipha different from other DJs.
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Thomas Dale puts a spell on Damien Lemon; Ali Kolbert knows what Thomas does to relax; Matthew Broussard reveals Ali's favorite board game.
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Arden Myrin, Matteo Lane and an artisanal pickle maker have something in common; Arden's undies dance gets Josh Wolf hot and bothered.
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Dave Hill knows what not to say during a protest; Arden Myrin reveals how throwing shade can make America great again; Tone Bell finds out what age rednecks start border patrol.
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Noah Gardenswartz knows what not to say as a drug dealer; Gina Yashere pulls no punches about juice cleanses; Matteo Lane reveals which Easter bunny he'd swipe right for.
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Dave Hill confesses who he has on the brain; J.P. McDade takes a shot at Dave's career; Ali Kolbert reveals her side hustle.
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Arden Myrin hits on Tone Bell's tight beard like a third base coach; Tone knows what Arden hates about pharmacists; Kyle Kinane shares his idea of what a "cat bath" is.
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The part of Morgan Murphy's body that is like an apple; Sean Patton gets fired up over balls; Yassier Lester is the self-proclaimed "real male feminist in the game."
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Jessimae Peluso makes an impassioned plea to the Church of Scientology; Clayton English explains how Jessimae's name and trailer parks are synonymous; Noah Gardenswartz worries about his weight.
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Aida Rodriguez has a thing for customs guys; old pals Rich Vos and Robert Kelly rip each other over Rich's dementia and Robert's inevitable autopsy results.
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Find out why Amir K would suck as a realtor, how Brad Williams gets Amish people to worship him, and how Mark Normand nearly gets the show cancelled.
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Jessimae Peluso does a great impression of God; Matteo Lane has sage advice for when life gives chicken heads; Josh Wolf nails Matteo's celebrity look-a-like.
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Pete Lee knows what not to do in the mafia; Sarah Tiana responds harshly to Pete's parenting proposal; Sean Patton reveals a scary 80s trend that's making a comeback.
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What Jessimae Peluso does in a confessional; the new magical STD Josh Wolf creates; what Amir K says to make Jessimae walk off stage.
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Amir K knows what not to say on April Fools' Day; Dave Hill's cold medication takes its toll; Julian McCullough "branches out" with pun-based comedy.
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Clayton English knows Mo Mandel's hidden skills, or lack thereof; Sarah Tiana reveals Clayton's favorite superhero; Mo plays trivial pursuit.
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Ms. Pat knows exactly what a poor kid's Halloween costume looks like; Noah Gardenswartz explains what gave Ms. Pat a concussion; Vlad CaamaƱo reveals how Noah checks his spelling.
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Learning what Josh Wolf's father calls the Constitution, why Shane Torres clearly wants to be a news reporter, and what Gina Yashere would use to make Shane laugh.
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Julian McCullough wants to build a wall; Jade Catta-Preta thinks about Julian's midsection; Matteo Lane knows all about a certain celebrity.
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Ahamed Weinberg explains why he prefers Asians; Alonzo Bodden wants to beat up Ahamed; Lynne Koplitz recognizes her own past in one unfortunate audience member.
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Sean Patton has a minor breakdown; Julian McCullough proves he should never chaperone a school dance; Marcella Arguello rises above all the height bashing.

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