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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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Dave Hill, Tone Bell and Julian McCullough compete to finally earn a win.
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Megan Neuringer gets crazy eyes, Noah Gardenswartz knows what not to say during brain surgery, and Clayton English is convinced that a major pop star is watching him.
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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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Amir K guesses the last book that Natasha Leggero read, Moshe Kasher does a mean stripper impersonation, and Natasha reveals Moshe's favorite class in school.
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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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Dulce Sloan talks about sex with half a dude; Jessimae Peluso does a dubious Stephen Hawking impression; Julian McCullough sets feminism back 30 years.
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Jay Oakerson and Yamaneika Saunders fly out of the gate; Jay reveals what Yam likes eating with a biscuit; Yamaneika gets super dark about Luis J. Gomez's father, but Luis retaliates later.
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Jessimae Peluso makes it rain for a clown; Tone Bell wants the whole world to smell his finger; Michelle Buteau poses as an emotionally dead stripper.
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Annie Lederman and Leonard Ouzts rip into each other super hard from the start; Megan Neuringer pops her shirt open in Bio-Hazard; Leonard gets weirdly presidential.
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Matteo Lane wants to talk about the bees and the bees; JP McDade does a killer Trump impression; Tone Bell has a specific organ to donate.
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Josh Wolf explains how southerners dress; Mo Mandel knows an evil hot air balloon pilot when he sees one; Dulce Sloan and Mo make a hair-touching arrangement.
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Julian McCullough knows what not to tell his kids about sex; Arden Myrin reveals Julian is a mistake she'd make at a wedding; Joel Kim Booster makes an impassioned defense of a famous chef with bleach tips.
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