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cheysghost cheysghost 56-60, F 24 Answers May 19, 2012

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george carlin

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Can I get an AMEN here!!?

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hehehe

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Richard Pryor

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Oh my during his crack days...

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I have three of his comedy concerts on DVD and laugh hysterically each time. The guy can tell the best story and joke...gifted.

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Not a stand-up, but Jim "Fibber McGee" Jordan---it's my all time favorite show, TV or radio

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I have been listening to Fibber McGee and Molly lately and I laugh out loud

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They must have done something right--they were on the air from the early 1930s to the early 1960s and would have been on TV in the 1950s except Marian "Molly McGee" was too sick, dying from cancer, to do a TV series. They tried to make a TV serious with other actors, but it flopped without the originals.

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Is that the one with Molly and the closet that was always packed ? I put Amos & Andy right up there, or Jack Benny's sidekick Rochester.

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Yes, that's the one. The running gag of the closet. "Gotta straighten out that closet one of these days." I always liked the episode where he opens the c loset, the audience waits for the sound effects of everything tumbling out on top of him (always with that little tinkle of a bell at the end) and---nothing happens. The Molly says, "Oh, I straightened out that closet." I enjoy the Benny radio show, though the more I listen to it the more I find a lot of the humor very mean. Rochester was a hoot because he was so obviously in charge and smarter than Benny. I love Amos 'n' Andy. As Bill Cosby pointed out, not only was it funny, but at the time it was broadcast it was the only show on the air that portrayed blacks as being successful lawyers, businessmen, judges, etc.

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Robin Williams would have to be among my finalists.

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Such a naturalist!

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A little on the hairy side, but a comic GENIUS! Lol!

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o creepers you could of left off about him needing to be mowed twice a day...ick

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Russell Peters. If you haven't heard his stuff, it's worth a listen.

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i shall google him today.

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Joe Biden.

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oh freaking yeah!!!!!!!!!!

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Eddie Izzard!

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don't know this one.

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He's hilarious. Look up Dress to Kill.
Here's a link to a part--start at 4:00.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMMHUzm22oE&feature=related
And yes, Eddie is a transvestite.
Or the Death Star Canteen...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sv5iEK-IEzw

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George Carlin, Richard Pryor, Jim Belushi...sprinkle in a little bit of early Woody Allen too. This clip cracks me up each time: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xmnLRVWgnXU

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I never could like woody. Belushi & Ackroyd...what a combo!

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Steve Martin/ Richard Pryor

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one wild & crazy guy

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I loved his King Tut routine

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Past: Richard Pryor<br />
Present: Wanda Sykes

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Mitt Romney

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Andrew Dice Clay...hands down.

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Not a prude, but he is like Redd Foxx, too nasty for me.

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George Carlin!!!!! <br />
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Best Duo... Abott and Costello.

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Agree. Then there is Dean Martin &amp; Jerry Lewis.

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Don't have a favourite but Billy Connolly would definitely have to be in the running!<br />
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I'd also root for Frankie Boyle, Kevin Bridges, Russell Howard, Jason Manford, Michael MacIntyre, Dara O'Brian, Frank Skinner, Andy Parsons, Jimmy Carr, Ed Byrne, Sean Locke, Jon Richardson, Chris Rock and I'm going on a bit but they're all pretty amazing in they're own way!<br />
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(Oh, and anyone in the UK that reads this, the O2 Comedy Gala is on tonight at 9 I think on Channel 4 I think! This question just reminded me :)

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jeff dunham

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oh yeah, but I don't like his new character the blown up son of the Terroist.

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i 100% agree

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It's hard to pick an absolute favorite, but I'd have to say George Carlin. with Bill Hicks as a close second.

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Ha not many know Bill Hicks.

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bill murray

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yep!

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Bob Hope.

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with Bing Crosby...what a match.......

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