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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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Janelle James headlines; Blaq Ron gives a brief history lesson on line dancing; Kerry Coddett contemplates different styles of dating; Reggie Conquest has a public service announcement for kids.
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Comic Ronnie Jordan performs.
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Funny man Chris Redd headlines; the always hilarious Donnell Rawlings jokes about his time in the military; Chanel Ali sets off new hair trends in the workplace.
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Comic Rita Brent reveals her number one tip for going number two at work; Kyle Erby thinks black folks should stick together, sometimes; Vanessa Fraction gets an early lesson in sex education; Owen Smith moves to Los Angeles to ditch a clinger.
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Correy Bell makes tumbling down the stairs look sexy; Dave Helem has a message for substitute teachers; Pretty Ricki puts the "C" in "Crazy;" Dave Temple has a church experience he'll never forget.
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Sydney Castillo wants his hair back; Rachel Feinstein has her hands full on a playdate; Mark Viera feels the spirit of the wildcat in his new kicks.
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Brad Williams brings the heat, Street Fighter style; Sydnee Washington has a hot date with Father Time; Yamaneika daydreams about being kidnapped; Calvin Evans gets less than he bargained for on his no-frills plane ticket.
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Molly Austin takes a bachelorette party to the next level; Jonathan Martin's parents give new meaning to the word, cheap; Rachel Feinstein's family causes embarrassment.
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Clayton English recalls his nightmare day job; Kira Soltanovich has a screaming match with her toddler son; Kerry Coddett gets catcalled; Daniel Tirado daydreams about ditching his phone.
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Vanessa Gonzalez gets hot and heavy over pizza; Rita Brent meets a 6-year-old with more than just an old soul; Gina Yashere comes face to face with a Jamaican pick-up artist; Orlando Leyba exposes a big scam at the gym.
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Comedian Corey Rodrigues' mind plays tricks on him; Calvin Evans gives up his seat on the bus, then asks for it back; Yamaneika is a maid with no honor at her friend's pumpkin spice-themed wedding.
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Neko White has a run in with the new sheriff in town; Alex Scott teaches how to take cover; Tacarra Williams gets the fright of her life in her son's bedroom.
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Performances by Michelle Buteau, Alex Scott, Terrance Delane.
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Orlando Leyba headlines; Donnell Rawlings tells a story about the time his bike was stolen; funny woman Just Nesh breaks loose in the dressing room.
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Yamaneika Saunders performs.
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Someone says an odd prayer for Yamaneika Saunders; Matteo Lane has a hilarious blind date in Italy; Ronnie Jordan has some tips for the single women at the office; Corey Rodrigues knows the importance of sun block at the beach.
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Tim Miller talks male mammograms; Lyssa Laird has a hater; Sean Grant likes LA robbers; Mark Viera's grandmother returns to catch a dictator.
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Comic Rachel Feinstein performs.
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Ali Siddiq headlines; Giulia Rozzi jokes about the downfalls of dating a personal trainer; Tacarra Williams deals with her daughter's school bully.
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Comic Chaunté Wayans performs.
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Comic James Davis performs.

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