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Originally a short-form comedy series, "Laff Mobb's Laff Tracks" transitions to a full-blown half-hour of laughs courtesy of the next generation of funny men and women. The series, TruTV says, completely reinvents stand-up routines by having each joke brought to life by actors in over-the-top visual re-creations. DJ/comic Cipha Sounds concludes each episode by introducing the joke of the night, and the comic responsible for it proceeds to bring down the house. Former "Def Comedy Jam" producer Bob Sumner is among "Laff Mobb's" executive producers.

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