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Demetri Martin will Tell Jokes Tonight at the Improv

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Demetri Martin has taken the deadpan one line style of comedic greats Steven Wright and the late Mitch Hedberg and added his own twist, upgrading the number of comedy accessories from one (just a mic) to three with the addition of a guitar and a large pad (creatively titled, "Large Pad") to his routine. Tonight, the former Daily Show correspondent who wrote a song about his 9,000 friends on MySpaceheadlines at the Improv.

Tonight's lineup also includes Greg Proops (Who's Line is it Anyways?), Kyle Dunnigan (Reno 911), Jordan Rubin (Crank Yankers).