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These comedy specials feature the stand-routines of comics both large and small in popular stature. The specials are often a stepping stone to bigger things for comics, and they are an important milestone in many a career. Big-name comics who have featured in Comedy Central specials include Dave Attell, Frank Caliendo, Zach Galifianakis, Patton Oswalt, Dane Cook, Lewis Black, and Daniel Tosh.

Specials: CoSpecials: Comedy Central Stand-Up is a Comedy series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (12 episodes). The series first aired on March 12, 2006.

Specials: CoSpecials: Comedy Central Stand-Up is available for streaming on the Comedy Central website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Specials: CoSpecials: Comedy Central Stand-Up on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon online.

Comedy Central
1 Season, 12 Episodes
March 12, 2006
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Specials: CoSpecials: Comedy Central Stand-Up Full Episode Guide

  • Watch an all-new line-up of the hottest comics around in "Comedy Central Presents: 2008 Breakout Comedians." Every comedian knows that a good laugh is priceless so we've made sure these acts won't set you back a dime! What are you waiting for? This one is on the house!

  • With a mixture of political sound bites, still photos and schmaltzy 80's power ballads, comedian John Oliver takes a look at the moments that have defined our soul-sucking decade. From his take on the evolution controversy to imperialism to global warming, watching this stand-up special may be your only way of surviving these Terrifying Times.

  • Some people have friends in low places and some have them in the highest place possible: The White House! From the 92nd Street Y in New York City, Rick Cleveland, former writer/co-producer for "The West Wing" and HBO's "Six Feet Under" as well as a breakthrough performer at the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, brings viewers along on a fictional journey with his "buddy" Bill Clinton. Through the halls of Washington, to the beaches of Malibu and the coffee shops of Amsterdam, Cleveland's tale is one that is hilariously unforgettable.

  • Dapper D.L. Hughley may look clean-cut but looks are deceiving when it comes to this highly outspoken, fearless comic. Join him as he takes on race, politics, and marriage in this Comedy Central original one-hour stand-up special.

  • Patton Oswalt brings his biting view of life and people to the stage in this Comedy Central original one-hour stand-up special. A popular and prolific comic, Oswalt has appeared on numerous TV shows, including The King of Queens," "Seinfeld" and "NewsRadio.""

  • From making it in Hollywood to faking it in the bedroom, star of television and film Wanda Sykes lets loose and tells all when she takes to the stage for a full hour in this Comedy Central original stand-up special.

  • It's that time again. The end of the world is approaching and Christopher Titus can read the writing on the wall. Just about everything is a sign of worse things to come -- Prince Charles seems to have married Mick Jagger, we have to re-conquer the moon, and even the animal kingdom is so pissed off that they have mad cows coming after us. Christopher Titus tells us how bad we all really have it in this one-hour stand-up special.

  • Comedian/Magician The Amazing Johnathan shows the audience that convincing magic is harder than it looks. Try to see if you can spot the fine line he crosses between illusion and comedy in this Comedy Central original one-hour stand-up special.

  • Watch Brian Regan at his best as he unleashes his thoughts on the absurdities of ordering coffee, cooking pop tarts, and trying to buy a refrigerator. Plus, Brian ventures into the familiar world of family vacations, games you played at childhood birthday parties, and the dreaded world of science fair projects. It's a guaranteed hour of side splitting, snow cone ordering comedy.

  • Featuring the sidesplitting antics and outrageous wit of Dave Attell and fellow comics Sean Rouse, Greg Giraldo and Dane Cook, the Insomniac" tour comes to you in all its uncensored glory. In between stand-up sets, guide Attell visits bars and skanky strip clubs and talks to whoever is around at the time -- often a cross-section of winos and other oddballs."

  • Demetri Martin. Sound familiar? Aside from being a person, you might have seen him on The Daily Show" as the resident Trendspotter. Now watch him in his one-hour special as he delivers even more offbeat one-liners. "

  • Catch Carlos's take on American diversity and the stupidity he sees all around him in this Comedy Central original stand-up special. As Carlos would say, If you ain't laughing, you ain't living.""