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Comedy Central Presents 15 Seasons 2005

Season 9
4.2 out of 5 stars (47) IMDb 8.2/10

A series on Comedy Central that showcases both established, and up-and-coming stand up comics.

Starring:
Steve McGrew
Original air date:
July 22, 2005

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Season 9

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1. Steve McGrew

Good ol' boy Steve McGrew explains why God hates mobile homes and how wives should wear lingerie in this half-hour stand-up special.

CC TV-14 September 24, 2004 21 minutes
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2. Lizz Winstead

Get political with Lizz Winstead as she tackles weapons of mass destruction, Medicare and unemployment in this stand-up special.

CC TV-PG October 7, 2004 21 minutes
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3. Jimmy Carr

Discover the sharp wit and dirty mind behind Jimmy Carr's mild-mannered demeanor in this Comedy Central original stand-up special.

CC TV-14 January 13, 2005 21 minutes
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4. Godfrey

Godfrey explores the fine arts of catching the subway and programming answering machines in this episode of Comedy Central Presents.

CC TV-14 February 17, 2005 21 minutes
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5. Tess

Self-proclaimed "Juicy Girl" Tess explains why she would never make accusations of sexual harassment in this half-hour stand-up special.

CC TV-14 February 24, 2005 21 minutes
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6. Reno Collier

West Virginian native Reno Collier breaks down the dos and don'ts of dating cousins and how not to have a baby.

CC TV-14 March 3, 2005 21 minutes
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7. Christian Finnegan

Christian Finnegan gets philosophical about Monopoly and gives his rendition of "the birds and the bees" talk.

CC TV-14 March 10, 2005 21 minutes
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8. Jeff Cesario

Jeff Cesario gives his insight on sports, marriage and the opposite sex in this episode of Comedy Central Presents.

CC TV-14 March 24, 2005 21 minutes
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9. Drew Fraser

Drew Fraser reveals how not to break-up with a girl and why you shouldn't wear work accessories to bed.

CC TV-14 March 31, 2005 21 minutes
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10. Russ Meneve

Russ Meneve fills you in on the dangers facing kids today and many other things to fear in life.

CC TV-14 April 7, 2005 21 minutes
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11. Dan Naturman

New York guy Dan Naturman discusses the finer points of flying, dating and what to do when you hate your job.

CC TV-14 April 14, 2005 21 minutes
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12. Lynne Koplitz

Southern Belle Lynne Koplitz reveals why you should date younger men and how not to diet.

CC TV-14 April 28, 2005 21 minutes
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13. Tom Shillue

History junky Tom Shillue uncovers the hidden sexuality in our nation's Constitution in this Comedy Central original stand-up special.

CC TV-14 May 5, 2005 21 minutes
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14. Todd Lynn

Todd Lynn decries his "man-breasts" and the mice that terrorize his apartment in this Comedy Central original stand-up special.

CC TV-14 May 12, 2005 21 minutes
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15. Aries Spears

Impressionist Aries Spears imagines a world where Bill Cosby and Eddie Murphy must resort to cannibalism.

CC TV-14 May 19, 2005 21 minutes
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16. Vic Henley

Vic Henley explores his southern roots in this half-hour stand-up special.

CC TV-14 May 26, 2005 21 minutes
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17. Keith Robinson

Keith Robinson explains how to fight a bum and avoid giving back rented furniture in this episode of Comedy Central Presents.

CC TV-14 June 2, 2005 21 minutes
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18. Rocky LaPorte

Italian Rocky LaPorte talks about his family's businesses and his difficulties in school as a young boy.

CC TV-14 June 9, 2005 21 minutes
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19. Craig Shoemaker

Craig Shoemaker discusses being a love master and the perks of owning a mini van in this half-hour stand-up special.

CC TV-14 June 16, 2005 21 minutes
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20. Harland Williams

Harland Williams reveals all of his off-the-wall thoughts and experiences.

CC TV-14 June 23, 2005 21 minutes
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21. Al Madrigal

Al Madrigal discusses his Mexican roots and how to deal with bad fast-food employees in this stand-up special.

CC TV-14 June 30, 2005 21 minutes
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22. Alonzo Bodden

New Yorker Alonzo Bodden shares his thoughts on stereotypes and how to deal with security issues.

CC TV-14 July 7, 2005 21 minutes
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23. Henry Phillips

Comedian Henry Phillips sings about his past relationships and how not to impress a woman in this stand-up special.

CC TV-14 July 14, 2005 21 minutes
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24. Corey Holcomb

Corey Holcomb gives advise to men and women still in the dating game.

CC TV-14 July 21, 2005 21 minutes
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Product Details

Genres Documentary, Comedy
Director Paul Miller
Starring Steve McGrew
Season year 2005
Network COMEDY CENTRAL
Producers Paul Miller, Naomi Steinberg, Suzanne Stevens
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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there are a few Craig Shoemaker actual DVDs to get before buying this Craig Shoemaker: The Lovemaster... UnzippedCraig Shoemaker: Live - That's A True Story!The Lovemaster....but I really like Craig Shoemaker so why not drop 1.99 and get a 22 minute comedy show on my computer? Its essentially an abbreviated show but action packed. The only negative is even though this was broadcast on comedy central in a wonderful hall....the process Amazon uses degrades the image. I can't diminish any stars due to the process and at 2 bucks...its certainly something I like to have on my computer for a laugh when needed.
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In 60 years I've seen them all and Rocky stands up with the best of them...without being filthy! Now mind you, I'm not a prude, I appreciated Bruce, Prior, Carlin,Williams, etc. but Laporte, like Cosby, shows how funny some one can be with great original material, impeccable timing and a delivery that in and of itself is hilarious. Next time he's at a club near you, get off your butt and go see him...he's worth the time and money!
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What's unique about Rocky LaPorte is his comedic delivery. He downplays the punchlines, and his 'callbacks' (running joke throughout his set) has an unexpected end, which the audience loved. I haven't seen him on TV lately, so I'm going to get his CD and look for him at the local comedy clubs. This should be available on DVD so that more people can access Rocky's talent.
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A lot of cliched, empty posing, and desperately trying to look cool. I can't believe how these people are driven to attempt this, and for what? Stupid, stupid, stupid. There are probably 1-2 authentic comics per generation or something. This time it's Doug Stanhope and maybe Louis CK, but none of the people in "CC Presents" matter at all.
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Many of the acts have some off-color jokes or gestures in them, and I was disappointed to see a large blur on the screen or have the routine interrupted with a beep, I guess to "protect" me from hearing or seeing things that someone ELSE finds offensive. Despite that, the comics in this season are great, and I definitely recommend it.
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Very funny. He delivers a one liner and tacks on an even funnier post script. Jimmy's dry British humor may be hard for American audiences to grasp. I think there are 3 entrys for Jim Carr. If possible watch them in order to see his growth towards US style comedy.
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In my opinion, the Italian comedians are by far the funniest people on this program, and I'm not Italian. The least funny, again in my opinion, are the people who base their entire routine on either ethnic or gender backgrounds.
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since this is a series but every show is a different comedian hard to judge as a whole, it's free for prime so nothing lost on the lesser talent and the good ones are good so you might find a gem in here!
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