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Favourite Stand-Up Comedian? watch

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    Jason Manford, Alan Carr, Russell Brand, Jo Brand FTW
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    Jason Manford, Jo Brand, Lee Evans, Gina Yashere's OK too
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    In order:
    Jimmy Carr
    Dave Chappelle (no one has mentioned him yet????) :confused:
    Chris Rock
    Russell Peters
    George Carlin
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    has to micheal macityre
    he has soo much energy on stage
    the man draw sketch is soooo true ans soooo amazingly funny
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    Ross Noble.

    He has a good accent too.
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    Michael McIntyre, Russell Howard, and Sean Lock.
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    (Original post by nasri-diaby)
    No! Please don't say that!!! Trust me once you get used to his stye he's genius. You should see his DVD 41st best stand-up. It's as good as Moran's DVD's Monster and Like, Totally.
    I have seen more of him.

    His style is string out a joke for as long as he physically can and repeating each line (including the punchline which, given the time he takes to get there, you've worked out already) about 10 times.

    I guess it's a form of genius that he got on TV.
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    (Original post by lnjames)
    Billy Connolly, Michael McIntyre, Alun Cochrane. :awesome:
    This, but Frankie Boyle instead of Billy Connolly. :yes:
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    David chappelle (I'm rick james B**** )
    Alan Carr
    Russel Peters

    Richard Prior = Legend of comedy
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    (Original post by TableChair)
    I have seen more of him.

    His style is string out a joke for as long as he physically can and repeating each line (including the punchline which, given the time he takes to get there, you've worked out already) about 10 times.

    I guess it's a form of genius that he got on TV.
    He deconstructs jokes. He explains why everything is funny. He shows how ridiculous mainstream stand up is. Is it too subtle for you? (I'm not trying to sound patronising)
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    Alan Carr, his autobiography is genius.
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    (Original post by anoif_)
    This, but Frankie Boyle instead of Billy Connolly. :yes:
    Frankie Boyle is good, but his Scotland jokes get a bit old sometimes. Billy also does some great TV shows and seems like a very nice bloke. :yes:
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    (Original post by nasri-diaby)
    He deconstructs jokes. He explains why everything is funny. He shows how ridiculous mainstream stand up is. Is it too subtle for you? (I'm not trying to sound patronising)
    Fine, it'd be cool if he did that once or twice, but not in every joke. It gets rather annoying.
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    At the moment, I'm really liking Tim Minchin, Simon Bird and Mark Thomas. And Mark Watson, as always
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    Dara O'Briain. :love:
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    Frankie Boyle.
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    Michael McIntyre :love: Just spent the night watching his DVD :rofl:
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    (Original post by lnjames)
    Frankie Boyle is good, but his Scotland jokes get a bit old sometimes. Billy also does some great TV shows and seems like a very nice bloke. :yes:
    Hmm, I suppose. I do like Billy Connolly - he definitely does come across as a very nice bloke - but I couldn't abandon Frankie :p:
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    Peter Kay before the transvestism
 
 
 

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