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Comic Roy Wood Jr. invites his like-minded friends to tell hilarious, true stories in front of an audience at Cheetahs in Hollywood, Calif. Rob Corddry, D.L. Hughley, Keegan-Michael Key, Bert Kreischer, Marc Maron, Steve Rannazzisi, Joe Rogan and Paul Scheer are among those who relay favorite, embarrassing, or just plain laugh-out-loud tales about topics like drugs, emergencies, wonder years, romance, and travel. To begin each episode, Shaffir finds himself in a ludicrous situation, dreamed up by madman director Jeff Tomsic. Comic Ari Shaffir was the series' original host.

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Jay Larson walks a blind man home; Julian McCullough lies to his parents about where he was after school; Joey Diaz doesn't tell his mom he got held back in school.
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Brendan Schaub faces the biggest UFC fight of his life; Rita Rudner finds an old man's cat; Ryan Sickler gets offered a job with the Baltimore Colts.
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Roy Wood Jr. holds a grudge against boy band B2K for years; Darrell Hammond is saved by cops in the French Quarter; Sean Flannery drives his car off a bridge.
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The DEA raids Tommy Chong's house; Tone Bell robs fake money from his math teacher; Steve Lemme gets pulled over by a fan.
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Tiffany Haddish's bar mitzvah dancing turns deadly, Mark Normand is pursued after breaking a man's car mirror, and DeRay Davis hides in a club's bathroom during a shooting.
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Eddie Pepitone loses his virginity to his college professor; Thomas Dale downs an entire bottle of sleeping pills; Dave Macklovitch replaces Chippendale dancers at a gig.
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Kyle Kinane's first sports victory turns tragic; Kurt Metzger refuses to show his friend his privates; Gastor Almonte steals $1,000 from a few drug dealers.
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Roy Wood Jr. memorizes customers' food preferences at Golden Corral; Carrot Top's act goes down in flames; Mike Lawrence works a dehumanizing fast-food job.
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Jim Norton attends a bris for the first time; a man dangles his privates in front of Sean Patton; Joel Kim Booster visits an Amsterdam sex club.
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Roy Wood Jr. gets roped into performing at a crack dealer's comedy show; Drew Carey freaks out his friend who is high; Ali Siddiq downs a bag of mushrooms.
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Big Jay Oakerson, Michael Kosta and Tom Arnold share stories about moments in their lives that they wish had never happened.
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Talib Kweli, Rob Christensen and Harland Williams bare their souls and talk about summoning the courage to brave the unknown.
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Chris Redd, Martha Kelly and Lil Rel Howery open up about times when life became more than just a figurative battle.
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Theo Von, Tom Rhodes, Dave Landau and Chris Porter share their craziest tales of drinking and debauchery.
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Louie Anderson, Byron Bowers and DeRay Davis tell stories about growing up with less-than-perfect fathers.
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Roy Wood Jr., Kathleen Madigan and Bret Ernst celebrate the most important women in their lives: their moms.
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It's all acid trips, drug deals and robberies when Dan Soder and Shane Mauss share stories about the worst nightmares they've been forced to experience.
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Tom Green recounts his experience with the president on "The Celebrity Apprentice"; Michael McDonald tries to teach comedy to Faye Dunaway.
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Kevin Smith talks about rekindling the romance with his wife; Louis Katz shares a story about falling in love with an alcoholic gutter-punk.
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Roy Wood Jr. comes to face-to-face with his hip-hop hero; Howie Mandel battles his raging fear of germs.

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