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With nothing but a stage and a microphone, 13 of the most promising and unique voices in the stand-up world embrace the spotlight to perform half-hour sets. Comedy Central Stand-Up Presents is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (37 episodes). The series first aired on September 16, 2017. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.5.

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3 Seasons, 37 Episodes
September 16, 2017
5.5/10
Cast: Amber Nicole Smith
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Comedy Central Stand-Up Presents Full Episode Guide

  • Sara Schaefer pins the decline of civilization on a particular home decor trend and confesses she has a terrible scream.

  • Charles Gould obsesses over his ex's new boyfriend and claims that we treat dogs a little too well.

  • Allen Strickland Williams argues that nighttime is better than daytime and questions the logic behind a PETA billboard.

  • David Gborie explains why he's bad at dirty talk, describes the game he plays when he's unemployed and compares doing cocaine to peeing one's pants.

  • Nore Davis shares his hopes for the plot of "Black Panther 2" and remembers the strange phenomenon of seeing your teacher outside of school.

  • Joe Kwaczala tries in vain to understand the way priests sing and discusses the differences between a bad boy and a bad guy.

  • Mia Jackson recounts the moment she learned food addiction is real and explains how her allergies affect her ability to flirt.

  • Tom Thakkar remembers attempting to contact his dad on a Ouija board and admits that guns would be fun to use as props in Instagram photos.

  • Will Miles is spotlighted.

  • Dulcé Sloan shares her reasons for hating New York City and explains why her neighbors in Los Angeles thought she was a spy.

  • Vanessa Gonzalez admits she loves when her preschool students call her mom and breaks down why she thinks her brother has a different father.

  • Jaboukie Young-White gives a “Feminism for Men” seminar, sings the praises of buffalo cauliflower and reminisces about watching bootleg DVDs.

  • Jon Dore confronts the troll who has been relentlessly attacking him online.

  • Mike Lawrence talks about finding love, breaks down why poor people are safe in horror films and shares his own conspiracy theory about the moon landing.

  • Sarah Tiana examines how her tolerance for everyday annoyances has changed as she's gotten older and explains why house music's name doesn't make sense.

  • Tim Dillon recalls the time he tanked a job interview by being too intense and discusses how he got suckered into buying far too much frozen yogurt.

  • Chris Garcia refuses to get rid of his snaggletooth, explains why Cubans who've left Cuba never return and shares his mom's suggestion that he dress more like Pitbull.

  • Ryan O'Flanagan looks back on an ill-fated attempt to impress his cute neighbor and explains why his cheap rent seems so ritzy to him.

  • Emmy Blotnick defines a nonsense phrase she heard on "Wheel of Fortune," discovers where all pop songs come from and professes her love for Fifth Harmony.

  • Devin Field acknowledges he's uptight, names the most racist show on TV and imagines ancient Greek theatergoers going to awful plays to support their friends.

  • Megan Gailey describes an uncomfortable waxing experience, details the horrors of living in New York City and admits she's convinced she'll be murdered.

  • Langston Kerman fondly recalls living with a white woman who believed in ghosts and explains why phone sex doesn't work in long-distance relationships.

  • Get a sneak peek of the nine comics you'll see - and fall in love with - on this season of Comedy Central Stand-Up Presents.

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