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The Green Room With Paul Provenza

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Comic Paul Provenza assembles a panel of his fellow comedians to talk about a wide variety of provocative subjects. Using a roundtable setting and filmed before a studio audience, Provenza's panel includes some of the biggest names in comedy, including Drew Carey, Robert Klein, Sandra Bernhard, Roseanne Barr, Jonathan Winters, Eddie Izzard and others. No subject is taboo, and no comments are censored.

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Panelists include Bill Burr, Russell Peters, Colin Quinn, Caroline Rhea and Lizz Winstead.
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