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Comedy has gone too far into the political spectrum

    Comedy has gone too far into the political spectrum

Comedy and satire have been a staple in entertainment for as long as they have existed. Television comedies have spanned out from sitcoms, talk shows and most importantly, sketch comedies.

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‘A Black Lady Sketch Show’ shatters stereotypes and builds bridges

    ‘A Black Lady Sketch Show’ shatters stereotypes and builds bridges

HBO’s new show “A Black Lady Sketch Show” breaks ground in being the first sketch comedy show with a nearly all-black female cast and writer’s room. Created by comedian Robin

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‘The Happytime Murders’ is failed potential

    ‘The Happytime Murders’ is failed potential

“The Happytime Murders” follows puppet Phil Philips, who is a disgraced detective turned-private eye, and cop Connie Edwards (played by Melissa McCarthy) as they seek to uncover the mystery surrounding

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‘Father of the Year’ lands flat with predictable plot

    ‘Father of the Year’ lands flat with predictable plot

The only thing good about David Spade’s latest role in “Father of the Year” was his wig – and even that was ratty. “Father of the Year,” released exclusively by

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‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ continues Marvel’s hot streak

    ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ continues Marvel’s hot streak

“Ant-Man and the Wasp” marks the 20th entry in the ever-expansive Marvel Cinematic Universe, and there seems to be no

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‘TAG:’ A clever, boring summer comedy about some buddies just trying to stay close

    ‘TAG:’ A clever, boring summer comedy about some buddies just trying to stay close

In an industry where experimenting with new ideas doesn’t usually pay off, every once in a while we get a

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“Action Point” is dumb, and it’s just what we need

    “Action Point” is dumb, and it’s just what we need

Freakishly funny. That’s probably the best way to describe stunt man and concussion enthusiast Johnny Knoxville’s newest movie, “Action Point.”

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Joey Johnson is here to make sure Denton has something to laugh about

    Joey Johnson is here to make sure Denton has something to laugh about

Joey Johnson is pretty serious about comedy. In the roughly four years he has been doing standup, the 27-year-old has

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Talking heads, unseen hands: local puppeteers pursue atypical comedy

At Mark Gale’s touch, the horse springs to life. Its fiery orange mane and bulging foam eyes become vibrant as

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Stand-up acts continue a legacy of performance at open-mic nights

    Stand-up acts continue a legacy of performance at open-mic nights

Kayleigh Bywater | Senior Staff Writer @kayleighbywater The brew house is packed full of people whispering, guitars tuning and papers

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