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    Well... right now I can think of:

    1. Abbot and Costello

    2. Bill Cosby

    3. Johnny Carson

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    Considering the tremendous bias so far I decided to name some non-Americans.

    Peter Cook
    Spike Milligan
    John Cleese
    Tommy Cooper

    By the way, I thought everyone knows George W. Bush is the best American comedian ever. Every time I see George W. Bush on TV I start laughing, not many people are capable of that these days.

    Edit:

    Seriously, Richard Pryor and Groucho Marx are the best American comedians ever.
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    Oh our 3rd person reference to ourselves denotes nothing more than we realize we are epic characters on the forum.

    Narcissism, plain and simple.

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    Conan O'Brien is funny, I watch when ever I can.

    But Eddie Izzard is definitely my favorite! so so hilarious~
    there's lots of vids on youtube, I watch them over and over again

    ..and they are just about the only comedians I know 8D

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    Craig Ferguson cracks me up! I thought of Pink when Craig talked about Vegan day! Priceless!
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    Frank Calliendo cracks me up, too!
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    George Carlin, Kids in the Hall and, of course, Monty Python, Larry David..

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    I liked the Kids in the Hall very much.

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    Bill Hicks,
    Mick Hedberg,
    Ricky Gervais (not everything he touches turns to gold, but I like his approach. His standups, especially Animals, is awsome.)

    Comedy in general:
    Whose line, especially the british version, but I like the american as well. CzeCze, I agree that the american version is much worse and in addition to Drew Carey not being funny, I think most of it is because of the stricter American censorship. I still like it though.
    (These outtakes from the american version shows some of the problems: YouTube - Whose Line Is It Anyways (Outtakes Pt. 1) YouTube - Whose Line Is It Anyways (Outtakes Pt. 2) )

    Monty Python. 4 evah.

    Mock the week.

    Hm.. the list goes on, but I can't remember any more at the moment.

    Oh, Curb your enthusiasm and Arrested Development (!!!) of course, but now we're moving more and more away from "Comedians" I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carebear View Post
    Bill Hicks,
    Mick Hedberg,
    Ricky Gervais (not everything he touches turns to gold, but I like his approach. His standups, especially Animals, is awsome.)

    Comedy in general:
    Whose line, especially the british version, but I like the american as well. CzeCze, I agree that the american version is much worse and in addition to Drew Carey not being funny, I think most of it is because of the stricter American censorship. I still like it though.
    (These outtakes from the american version shows some of the problems: YouTube - Whose Line Is It Anyways (Outtakes Pt. 1) YouTube - Whose Line Is It Anyways (Outtakes Pt. 2) )

    Monty Python. 4 evah.

    Mock the week.

    Hm.. the list goes on, but I can't remember any more at the moment.

    Oh, Curb your enthusiasm and Arrested Development (!!!) of course, but now we're moving more and more away from "Comedians" I guess.
    OMGoodness... I love Monty Python!

    One of my favorite, favorite Whose Line is it Anyways is the one with Richard Simmons!!! It's SO bad, it's good!!! :yim_rolling_on_the_ :yim_rolling_on_the_ :yim_rolling_on_the_ They are all such good sports!!!
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    Why do we always come here?

    I guess we'll never know.

    It's like a kind of torture,
    To have to watch this show.

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