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About The Degenerates
This series of half-hour stand-up comedy performances features comics who explore the coarse and salacious side of comedy. Each episode of the show, filmed in front of a live audience in Las Vegas, features a roughly 30-minute set from a single performer who -- as is often the case with stand-ups -- draws from his or her own life experiences to tell jokes. Along those lines, Big Jay Oakerson talks about the ramifications of having a teenage daughter and Brad Williams discusses the ups and downs of being a little person in comedy.
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|Top Cast||Christina Pazsitzky Jay Oakerson Joey Diaz|
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Three world class comedians at the height of their careers give you hilarious sets at each taping. Between these comedians, they have starred in the biggest shows on television and in top films (Trainwreck to Bob's Burgers to Crashing), done every major late night show (Colbert to Conan), worked in festivals all over the world (Montreal to Melbourne) and headlined at the premier comedy clubs in the US and Europe. Seriously, why would you miss the chance to see them perform their latest material live in LA for the second season of the hit series -- The Standups!
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