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Urban stand-up comics perform.

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Annie McKnight, Iva Lashawn, Pierre and Darryl Brunson perform.
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David Arnold, Vanessa Fraction and Alonzo Bodden perform.
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Comics Ruperto Vanderpool, Evan Lionel and Roz perform.
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Comics Jamal Doman, Tess and Gary Owen perform.
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Comics Joey Diaz, Melanie Camarcho and Lavell Crawford perform.
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Jay Lamont, Sexy Marlo and Corey Holcomb perform.
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Comics Gary Owen, TuRae and Rich Vos.
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Comics Chalant, Esau McGraw and Deon Cole perform.
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Comics James Hannah; Special "K" and Rickey Smiley.
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Comics Kier Spates, Brooklyn Mike and Guy Torry.
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Rodney Perry, Bruce Bruce and Deon Cole perform.
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Jay Phillips, Rudy Rush and Gary Owen perform.
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Don "D.C." Curry and Rickey Smiley perform.
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Lavelle Crawford, Joe Torry and MoZan perform.
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Comics Kym Whitley, Ray Lipowski and Steve Brown perform.
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Comics Buddy Lewis, Dick Gregory and Nikki Carr.
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Comics R. Lipowski; C. Walden, TALENT and Doug Williams.
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Comics Ron G., A.G. White and Joe Clair.
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Jimmie Walker, Tiffany Haddish, Edwonda White, Marlon Mitchell and Dennis Gaxiola.
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Comics Anguz Black, Lester Barrie and Don "D.C." Curry.
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Comics Hope Flood, Darius Bradford and Joe Clair.

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