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This show is bound to push the limits of even the dirtiest of minds. Host Bobby Slayton is back bringing with him the nastiest crew yet. Consider yourself warned, this will be a night of kill-or-be-killed comedy.
Hosted by Bobby Slayton
Featuring: Ari Shaffir, Derek Seguin, Hailey Boyle, Kurt Metzger, Ralphie May and Nick DiPaolo
He’s a veteran: a true "comic’s comic,” he is often referred to as “The Pitbull of Comedy” and has been performing his own intense style of stand-up comedy for over 30 years.
He’s got comedy cred: was named one of Comedy Central’s “Top 100 Comedians of All Time”.
He’s been in movie & TV: TV and film credits include HBO’s Comic Relief, Family Guy, Dr. Katz, Get Shorty, Ed Wood and Dreamgirls
He wins at stuff: The American Comedy Awards voted him “Funniest Male Stand-up Comic of the Year”.
Back to Montreal for more "Nasty Shows" then NYC.So no Fallon this month but at least get to play Gotham Comedy Club next week! Great room!
He’s on TV: Created and hosts soon to be seen comedy storytelling show on Comedy Central, This is Not Happening
He does hip things like a podcast: hosts increasingly popular podcast The Skeptic Tank and is a regular guest on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast
Some backstory: grew up orthodox Jewish and spent two years in a yeshiva in Israel before returning to America to take up comedy
He’s internet famous: satirical shorts “The Amazing Racist” for National Lampoon were a viral sensation garnering millions of views
He does hip things like podcast: hosts the “Race Wars” podcast with Sherrod Small
He’s on TV: was the voice of Randall Skeffington in Comedy Central’s Ugly American
He writes for stuff: he’s written for Chappelle’s Show, Inside Amy Schumer and several Comedy Central Roasts
He’s Canadian (like us!): Born, raised and now headlining all over Canada.
He’s on the radio: has appeared more than 20 times on CBC Radio’s The Debaters.
Just For Laughs loves him: this year marks Derek’s sixth appearance at Just For Laughs.
He’s got comedy cred: got a standing-o when he performed on the Whitney Cummings Gala last year.
She’s in movies!: made her feature film debut this year in About Last Night
She wins at stuff: named one of New York’s Top Ten Funniest at The New York Comedy Festival
She’s a globetrotter: the Fairbanks, Alaska native has performed all over the UK, Greenland, the Bahamas and Central America
He gets nominated for stuff: scored two Emmy Nominations for writing The Chris Rock Show
He’s on TV: has appeared on critically acclaimed shows like Louie, Beer League, The Sopranos and The Chris Rock Show
Humble beginnings: his career took off after appearing on HBO’s Young Comedian Special and has since released four stand-up specials
He’s on TV : has filmed a record-setting three 1-hour Comedy Central specials in the past three consecutive years
He’s vouched for : one of few comics to receive a standing ovation on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno
Humble beginnings : won a contest at age 17 to open for his comedy idol Sam Kinison