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Last Comic Standing 2014 Finalists Tour

Everyone thinks they have a great sense of humor, but do you have what it takes to make a room full of adults laugh? Statistically speaking you do not. But against all odds, Nikki Carr, Lachlan Patterson, Rod Man, Joe Machi and Rocky Laporte do have what it takes and they’ve proven it many times over; first by even being chosen to compete on NBC’s Last Comic Standing and then by besting the other 95 percent of their peers in the eyes of show judges Russell Peters, Keenan Ivory Wayans and Roseanne Barr—all people who know something about proving themselves.

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