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    T.J. Miller: No Real Reason (2011)

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    T.J. Miller: No Real Reason (2011)

    T.J. Miller (She’s Out Of My League, Cloverfield, Get Him To The Greek, Yogi Bear 3D) has taken the leash off his comedic dog voice for no reason other than to buy more fishing equipment, and he HATES fishing. Do you like explosions of fun and a sense of danger at every moment? He does. T.J. touches on such topics as holding eye contact while puking, being a social outcast because of his wee-wee, and robot dancing. If you can find a reason not to watch this special, you probably put too much energy into it. Just watch and enjoy. Don’t get in the way of your own fun. Love, T.J. Miller – Fall 1999, Slovenia (roughly over 5,000 miles from East High School in Denver, CO)

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    Heather McDonald: I Don't Mean to Brag (2014)

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    Heather McDonald: I Don’t Mean to Brag (2014)

    Writer and performer Heather McDonald doesn’t hold back in her first ever solo comedy special, which showcases her hilarious storytelling talents. With wit, smarts and a definite edge, she recounts the many ways she attempts to balance fame and family.

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    Jena Friedman: American Cunt (2016)

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    Jena Friedman: American Cunt (2016)

    Shot at The Slipper Room NYC, Jena Friedman’s first standup special delivers a probing examination of feminism and the U.S. body politic.

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    Roy Wood Jr.: Father Figure (2017)

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    Roy Wood Jr.: Father Figure (2017)

    Roy Wood Jr. tackles freeway protests, examines the origin of the blues, and explains why the Confederate flag is sometimes helpful.

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    Kurt Braunohler: Trust Me (2017)

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    Kurt Braunohler: Trust Me (2017)

    Kurt Braunohler shines a light on the hidden absurdities of life, lending his self-effacing point of view to everything from the controversial to the mundane. He dives into the dregs of reality TV, gives damning praise to dogs for their boundless loyalty, and shares a plan to undermine white male privilege that might just be crazy enough to work.

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