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LAst Laugh: This Week in Comedy

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Another great week of comedy has descended upon Los Angeles, so be sure to make some time for a few of the great shows below.

As always, if you've got a show in the future you'd like to see listed here, shoot off an email.


Benson Interruption, 8p Nerdist Theater. Doug Benson brings his popular stand up interruptions to the Nerdist comedy cave.

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Eddie Izzard, Midnight Largo. Izzard is doing a couple of late night Largo shows throughout the week.


Set List, 8p Nerdist Theater. It’s stand up on the fly as Chris Hardwick, Greg Proops, Eddie Pepitone and others are given a set list they’ve never seen before and told to make themselves a show.

Nick Kroll & Friends, 8:30p Largo. Kroll is bringing along some of his comedian friends for a night of stand up and characters.


I Triggered Her Bully, 8p Comedy Central Stage. Cindy Caponera puts up a night of written essays.

Hamclown, 9:30p Little Modern Theater. Hamclown is back in town, with a new home at the Little Modern Theater on Santa Monica. Guy Branum, Ali Waller, James Adomian, Karl Hess and more are showing up. Are you?


Gallows Humor, 7:30p Vlad the Retailer. Eddie Pepitone, Hampton Yount and a few other great comics create a night of stand up in a retail space.

Really Late Morning Show, 10p MBar. Mary Birdsong and Gabe Leidman guest on the latest morning show in the comedy talk show game.

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A Carlin Home Companion, 8p Santa Monica Playhouse. Kelly Carlin has a famous dad, and she’d love to tell you about him. Poignant and funny, this storytelling show is only around for a limited engagement.

The Manifesto Show, 8p Artworks Theater. A new weekly indie show is alive and well, and they’ve pulled together the host teams from every other show around town to help bring the whole thing together.


Bob Saget, 9p Ontario Improv. Saget is doing a long stand out in Ontario all weekend.

Jon Dore, 10p Flappers. The fantastic Jon Dore is doing who shows this Saturday out in Burbank.


Salute to Movie Night, 4p The Mint. Every comic you could be interested in will be at The Mint, making fun of the Oscars. Rob Delaney, Moshe Kasher, Eli Braden, The Walsh Brothers, Ali Waller, and more!

14 Kisses, 9:30p UCB. Eliza Skinner is pulling together some of your favorite performers for a night of steamy sketch comedy.