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Happy Hanukkah everyone! And Christmas is on its way, too! You're probably getting enough awkward laughter mileage out of your families this time of year, but if not, take a look below for some interesting tidbits that could keep you rolling through this most festive of weeks. And since things are slowing down for the holidays, be sure to let us know about your own shows in the comments section, or email Farley.

Enjoy the holidays.

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Monday 12/22

Joey Medina, 7:15p Laugh Factory. Joey hosts a night of Latino-inspired comedy.

A Christmas Story (21+ screening), 8p Arclight Holllywood. Enjoy the seasonal cinematic masterpiece the way it was meant to be enjoyed, with a beer, and a shitload of other people.

Tuesday 12/23

One Night Standable, 7:30p The Improv. LAist faves Natasha Leggero, Brody Stevens, and Jason Nash team up with others for some great stand up comedy.

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Holiday Improv Smash Bash, 8p UCB. Long form improv based on the audience's harrowing stories of holiday horror.

New Jew Review, 10p The Improv. Considered the new punim of Jewish stand-up, this hit show makes its LA debut.