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    George Carlin
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    George Carlin
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    George Carlin
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    George Carlin and Seinfeld.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikestone View Post
    Kyle Kinane
    I really loved Kinane's first album. He's a newer voice on the scene, but one I'm very excited about. He came to my town in January, and I got the chance to see some of his newer stuff. In particular, he has a bit about a man eating pancakes on a plane that was awesome. He even went to the bar next door after and hung out for a long time, so I got the chance to talk to him for a little while. Nice guy.

    Besides Kinane, another less well-known comedian I enjoy is John Mulaney. Pete Holmes is also a lot of fun. Andy Daly has been around a while, and you've probably seen him on TV but don't know him by name: fix that, he's hilarious. Eugene Mirman has also been around a while, though I don't think he's extremely well known. TJ Miller's also pretty funny, and another comedian I had the privilege of briefly meeting just two days ago (he did a sort of surprise performance at a local comedy debate thing here in Denver, which is his hometown).

    Obvious ones: Carlin was the first comedian I ever really got into. Louis CK might be the best comedian working. Bill Hicks is a legend for a reason as well. Dave Chapelle's great when he gets on a good bit. Mitch Hedberg's tendency toward short quips and one-liners over longer bits isn't usually my cup of tea, but he makes it work.

    A few others I've enjoyed for years: Patton Oswalt, Paul F. Tompkins, David Cross, Patrice O'Neal. Zach Galifiankis really had some very funny stuff, shame he doesn't seem to do much stand-up anymore.
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    kids in the hall my all time favorite show !!!
    'codco cast
    shaun majumder
    rick mercer
    this hour has 22 min is always good
    russell brand (he is funny)
    simon amstell is hilarious
    stephen fry and hugh laurie
    i like the mighty boosh show
    billy connolly
    chris rock
    wayne brady
    jim carey

    im missing more but thats a solid list

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    Ricky Gervais

    My favourite comedian was Ricky Gervais, before he was corrupted by American money and American celebrity.

    Ricky was a genuine comedic talent before he sold out to American money, American bad taste, and American celebrity.

    Looking at America, I feel like a Greek looking at Rome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    My favourite comedian was Ricky Gervais, before he was corrupted by American money and American celebrity.

    Ricky was a genuine comedic talent before he sold out to American money, American bad taste, and American celebrity.

    Looking at America, I feel like a Greek looking at Rome.
    In honesty, I don't know to what degree he was a comedian (in the sense of being a stand-up) prior to that. He certainly wasn't a stand-up when the Office was on the air in the UK. He's more of a TV writer and actor to me than a stand-up comedian.

    Though I suppose the definition of comedian is variable in that way, I had semi-assumed this thread was primarily about stand-up comedy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZPowers View Post
    In honesty, I don't know to what degree he was a comedian (in the sense of being a stand-up) prior to that. He certainly wasn't a stand-up when the Office was on the air in the UK. He's more of a TV writer and actor to me than a stand-up comedian.

    Though I suppose the definition of comedian is variable in that way, I had semi-assumed this thread was primarily about stand-up comedy.
    He is definitely seen as more of a writer/actor, but he does have a couple of hilarious standup specials--check out "Out of England." It was available through netflix dvds--I assume it still is, but I just have Instant now.
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