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Martha Kelly

Screw Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, if you wanna know about the glamorous life of a stand-up, watch any episode of In the Can, a web series produced by Austin's Cap City Comedy and formerly hosted by Martha Kelly from a sofa in what sure seems to be the club's, well, can. That headliners such as Doug Benson and Brian Posehn would consent to being “interviewed” (Kelly spends most episodes apologizing or describing her food and body issues in her typical low-energy deadpan) under such conditions without complaint speaks clearly about conditions on tour. But now that Kelly is playing a treasured role in Zach Galifianakis’s new FX show Baskets, maybe she'll graduate from hosting bathroom web casts to guest-starring on them.

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