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I am so bad about remembering comedian names.
My all time favorites are Jerry Seinfeld and George Carlin.
Right now, the only bit I can think of from him is when he is describing how he feels when eating fast food, especially a Big Mac -- as if he was hit in the with a tranquilizer dart!! It's just a riot watching him explain this situation....and it feels so true anymore! lol
I really like Craig Shoemaker.
I love observational humorists... they see the quirkiness and humor of life in a unique way. Others who do that exceptionally well are Jerry Seinfeld, Bill Cosby, Ellen Degeneres, George Wallace, and Tim Allen.
Years ago when we did have expanded cable, I saw Rob Becker doing about 10 - 15 mins. of what has become his "Defending the Caveman" touring thing. I *so* want this to come out on video/DVD. Here are a coupla website opinions/reviews that give you a good idea of what his schtick is all about... it is truly wonderful and hilarious. I'm sure sociologists and psychologists find it even funnier that I do.
Those DO sound funny Jillian!
BTW - I used to like George Carlin, but I saw him live in Vegas once and he was sooooo bad...I would say about 25% of the audience actually walked out on him! No kidding! He was terrible and it was the same bit he did on tv...he just wasn't good live I guess.
How could I forget the classic "How Not to Get Your A$$ Kicked By the Police" by Chris Rock.