Comedy Central Presents: Stand-Up, Man's Man Six Pack

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  • 2001
  • 1 Season

Comedy Central Presents: Stand-Up, Man's Man Six Pack is an American television show featuring stand-up comedians and their routines. In this Comedy Central Presents special get ready to hang out with the men of comedy. This special features stand-up performed by the Sklar Brothers, Rich Vos, Ben Bailey, Greg Fitzsimmons, Deon Cole, and John Reep.

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Ben Bailey
6. Ben Bailey
April 21, 2006
Ben Bailey shares his insights on what provoked him to punch a woman in the face and the similarities between tracking unicorns and going to strip clubs in this half-hour stand-up special.
Rich Vos 2
5. Rich Vos 2
February 15, 2008
Rich Vos explains how he can spot fellow Jews, why an immigration plan based on red rover is genius, and what passover really does in this half-hour stand-up special.
Deon Cole
4. Deon Cole
March 9, 2007
Deon Cole gives insight into proper drug use, chivalry, and white people in this half-hour stand-up special.
Greg Fitzsimmons 2
3. Greg Fitzsimmons 2
March 17, 2006
Native New Yorker Greg Fitzsimmons talks about the comedic environment post 9/11 and why his son will be happy with his own pair of boobs in this half-hour of stand-up.
Jon Reep
2. Jon Reep
March 24, 2006
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.
The Sklar Brothers
1. The Sklar Brothers
July 9, 2001
Jason and Randy Sklar relive their teenage years in this Comedy Central Presents stand-up special.
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Comedy Central Presents: Stand-Up, Man's Man Six Pack is an American television show featuring stand-up comedians and their routines. In this Comedy Central Presents special get ready to hang out with the men of comedy. This special features stand-up performed by the Sklar Brothers, Rich Vos, Ben Bailey, Greg Fitzsimmons, Deon Cole, and John Reep.

  • Premiere Date
    July 9, 2001