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If laughter truly is the best medicine, then "Comedy Central Presents" is the cure. Offered a few times throughout the year since 1998, this laugh fest never disappoints. Presenting some of the most up and coming comedians, whenever Comedy Central lines up the acts, they never disappoint with hilarity.

Back when folks had never heard of names like Zach Galifianakis or Nick Swardson, Comedy Central took a chance on them by including them on the series. Galifianakis we all know from many hilarious offerings in the movie realm and television alike today, but catch him on an episode of "Comedy Central Presents" and you will see where he honed his skills.

Similarily, Swardson, who now has his own Comedy Central weekly show, hits it out of the park offering fast and furious antics that have the viewer doubled over with uncontrollable laughter.

Each showing of the series offers a line up of many comedians so varied one can never get bored. Many of the picks they showcase have been featured in other comedy genius shows and are currently on tour so their comedic chops are stellar.

Their delivery and material is current and hilarious and you can't wait for the next installment to be scheduled. It seems every time you see it, it just gets better even from the last time, a hard feat to accomplish.

The shows run 30 minutes in length and the pace is fast and packed with jokes. A delightful escape from the real world that can sometime bog you down, Comedy Central dazzles with a show that has been around for quite some time and one that you hope will never go away! As long as there is comedy and comedians, one cannot image that it will as the program just offers such a wonderful outlet for good belly laughing fun.

Comedy Central Presents is a series that is currently running and has 15 seasons (288 episodes). The series first aired on December 1, 1998.

Where do I stream Comedy Central Presents online? Comedy Central Presents is available for streaming on Comedy Central, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Comedy Central Presents on demand at Paramount+, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Vudu, Apple TV, Comedy Central online.

Friday 9:00 PM et/pt on Comedy Central on Comedy Central
15 Seasons, 288 Episodes
December 1, 1998
Comedy, Reality
Cast: Mike Birbiglia, Todd Barry, Lewis Black, Stephen Lynch
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Comedy Central Presents Full Episode Guide

  • Watch as Natasha Leggero covers everything from home paternity tests to LA gang tours and the world's diamond shortage.

  • Jay Larson explains how to make bullies look stupid, what to do when you see a pay phone ringing, and how to beat a déjà vu.

  • Find out why Louis Katz hates hippies, how he lands women, and exactly what street chocolate is.

  • Jessi Klein has a list of things she needs to tell you before sex, wants to reinvent the word spinster, and questions advice from Cosmo.

  • Matt explores drive-thru liquor stores, talks about dirty movies on pay-per-view, and predicts the future of news casting.

  • Sit back and learn while Al Jackson teaches you about the miracle of life, the dangers of lactose intolerance,...

  • British comic Jack Whitehall shows off his self defense moves, then talks about how his mom ruins his game and...

  • Nate Bargatze loves Walmart, might have peed the bed, and isn't ready to play the white race card.

  • Chris D'Elia gets lost in Hawaii, breaks down British heist movies, and plays his cards right to get some...

  • Chelsea Peretti makes a sexy mistake, is suspicious of three-legged dog owners, and questions nerd lovers.

  • Surprise! Sheng Wang is excited about hair loss, gets the munchies, and makes a case against "growing a pair."

  • Michael Kosta explains what it's like to be a champion, what to do with a vegan on a date, and how to handle...

  • Tom Segura wants you to know why teeth are important, who's pregnant and doesn't know it, and why he won't use...

  • Tune in to watch hilarious highlights of the 15th season of “COMEDY CENTRAL Presents” with sneak peeks from Al Jackson, Michael Kosta, Mike Vecchione, Louis Katz and many more.

  • Jeff Dye wonders what it would be like to take ecstasy at the gym, dislikes email forwards and blames Congress for the economy and making baseball less fun.

  • Andy Kindler thinks Einstein is overrated, likes submitting ideas for uses of cotton swabs, wants to open up a dinner theater and doesn't understand the American Nazi party.

  • Myq Kaplan dislikes being labeled "gay friendly," explains how he is a vegan who doesn't like the environment, and has new names for women's boobs.

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  • Mike DeStefano helps black people by hailing cabs for them, explains how to be a professional American, and the beauty of being on drugs on this stand-up special.

  • Eliot Chang deals with the pressure of being an Asian comedian, discusses why pretty women love Facebook, and explains why smoke bombs are essential in this stand-up special.

  • Iliza Shlesinger talks about cold weather and Puetro Ricans, taking table corners in the crotch, and the indicators of being crazy in this stand-up special.

  • Bret Ernst speculates that his Mom banged a Muppet, discusses his Italian heritage, and why he hates thank you cards in this stand-up special.

  • Mo Mandel discusses his heritage as a Jewish redneck, his first time in an Asian masseuse parlor, and waking up pissed off in this stand-up special.

  • Matt Braunger discusses why the 4th wall should never be broken in porn, weight loss, and medical pot in California in this stand-up special.

  • Amy Schumer discusses how beautiful people are in Miami (even the homeless), dealing with racism as a child, and how Facebook has replaced destiny.

  • Rory Albanese discusses how the New Jersey attitude is ideal to use when traveling, the three things he loves to do while drunk and what bothers him about outsourcing.

  • Jason and Randy Sklar discuss their growing family, what offends black people and healthy wraps, and propose a new show for Michael Vick.

  • Rachel Feinstein discusses how hard it is to find a man who hasn't been sprinkled with gay, her feeling's on porn, and her mom's striking resemblance to Vanilla Ice.

  • Good ol' southern boy Jon Reep relives his fondest childhood memories and reveals what certain expressions really mean in this half-hour stand-up special.

  • Donald Glover talks about the advantages of being called the "n" word, getting advice from Tracy Morgan, and the difference between crazy ex-boyfriends and crazy ex-girlfriends.

  • Shane Mauss discusses the hole in his butt, why talking dirty is awkward, and his problem with the metric system.

  • Jon puts his musical talents on display as he performs an array of songs on topics ranging from his sexual failures to his marijuana induced experiences.

  • Rob Riggle discusses his disdain for the elderly, tells a story about his eventful flight from New York to Las Vegas and gives the audience a preview of his soon-to-be Academy Award winning speech.

  • Pete Holmes explains his theories about Facebook, his homosexual tendencies and why grown-ups and silly candy simply don't mix.

  • Owen Benjamin explores the creepiness of urinals, investigates relationship problems and uses his keyboard to tell women how men really feel.

  • Tony Rock resolves age-old questions such as where white people are made, why marijuana should be legalized and who told Kanye West to interrupt Taylor Swift during the VMA's.

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