Last updated January 20, 2021
Han-na, an overweight woman with a beautiful voice, provides the real vocals for a pretty pop star who can't carry a tune. After a humiliating encounter, Han-na undergoes head-to-toe plastic surgery and reemerges a year later as svelte singer Jenny.
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Funnyman Jim Gaffigan offers up his unique take on everything from Disney World to overweight whales in this live show from Washington, D.C. Other topics include McDonald's, indoor pools, slothfulness and having a fourth child.
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In the third season of this critically acclaimed series, cranky comedian Louis C.K. continues to put his unique spin on everyday experiences during his stand-up routines, while dealing with various challenges as a divorced dad with two daughters.
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Curtis King, a handsome and popular student athlete, may know his way around the court, but his heart still needs a game plan. When he decides to keep a journal to give his life a new direction, the path leads him straight to the love he needed most.
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Christian comedian-evangelist Ken Davis takes the stage and offers his incisive perspective on why so many people lose the passion and purpose that once animated their lives, then lays out a path for restoring that soul-fire and becoming fully alive.
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A mixed-race South African born under apartheid, quick-witted comedian Trevor Noah challenges cultural hang-ups with his unique perspective. Laced with flawless impressions, Noah's act blends his biting humor with his experience in the United States.
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Mike Birbiglia shares a lifetime of romantic blunders and misunderstandings. On this painfully honest but hilarious journey, Birbiglia struggles to find reason in an area where it may be impossible to find: love.
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Red-hot comic Aziz Ansari ("Parks and Recreation") shares his views on adulthood, babies, marriage, love and more in the modern era. Filmed live in Philadelphia, Ansari's unfiltered look at his own place in today's adult world is smartly hilarious.
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As he heads into this thirties, comedian Aziz Ansari ("Parks and Recreation") takes the stage in Philadelphia to offer his uniquely funny perspective on adulthood, babies, marriage and other terrifying topics.
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Fortune hunter Holly Golightly finds herself captivated by aspiring writer Paul Varjak, who moves into her building on a wealthy woman's dime. As romance blooms between Paul and Holly, Doc Golightly shows up on the scene, revealing Holly's past.
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In writer-director John Hughes's seminal 1980s Brat Pack film, the athlete (Emilio Estevez), the brain (Anthony Michael Hall), the criminal (Judd Nelson), the princess (Molly Ringwald) and the basket case (Ally Sheedy) break through the social barriers of high school during Saturday detention. The disparate group clashes at first but begin to bond as they reveal their feelings and find a common enemy in their bully principal (Paul Gleason).
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In this 1978 concert, absurdist funnyman George Carlin performs in Phoenix with a mix of classic and new material, including takes on pop philosophy, law, time and death, and his legendary routine on the seven words one can never say on television. Carlin's random nature finds him jumping from discussions on who empties the coins out of a wishing well to a nostalgic reprise of his "Hippie Dippie Weatherman" character.
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In his award-winning one-man show recorded live in San Francisco, Eddie Izzard covers everything from Western history to Stonehenge to American politicians, paying special comedic attention to Hitler, Hollywood and the Church of England. Delivered with a fluid physicality that's become his trademark, Izzard's jokes aren't simply wisecracks -- they're full-blown insights. It's a classic case of laughing and learning.
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Filmed live in the Garden State in 1988, this hour long HBO concert features Grammy-winning stand-up comedian George Carlin displaying his unique and popular sense of humor, blending caustic wit with intellectual wordplay. Carlin covers some of his classic routines, including "Cars and Driving II," "Reagan's Gang, Church People and American Values," "People I Can Do Without" and "Keeping People Alert."
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Get ready for belly laughs with this live 1996 performance by George Carlin from New York City's Beacon Theatre, featuring the comedian's acerbic observations as he derives humorous truths from weighty topics such as capital punishment and abortion. In his trademark provocative comedic style, Carlin has some choice words about absurd but all-too-familiar expressions, television news, hyphenated names and more.
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Filmed live for television, this comedy special features George Carlin's trademark scathing wit in a series of routines that take aim at airport security, germs, cigars, "man stuff" and one of his favorite targets: religion.
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Legendary comic George Carlin skewers everything from being stuck in gridlock and long-winded email newsletters to charging cheap items on credit in this riotous stand-up appearance at New York City's Beacon Theatre in November 2001.
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Nothing gets past the razor-sharp wit of George Carlin, who serves up his droll take on everything from embarrassing underwear incidents to those who need to share their bathroom adventures and, of course, more ludicrous uses of the English language. Filmed live in 1990 at the State Theatre in New Brunswick, N.J., this hilarious stand-up routine -- Carlin's seventh HBO special -- won a Cable ACE Award.
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In this live stand-up performance filmed at Chicago's historic Vic Theatre, comedian Jim Gaffigan cuts loose with whip-smart musings on a variety of topics, including Hot Pockets, holidays, Catholicism and his favorite activity: doing nothing.
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Playing straight man to partners half his size, ventriloquist Jeff Dunham slays audiences throughout the United States, giving voice to such characters as elderly Walter, wisecracker Peanut, pepper-on-a-stick Jose Jalapeno and Bubba J.
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Comedian Katt Williams showcases his talents in this stand-up special, drawing on his own personal experiences and his edgy take on life to bring the house down with laughter with his sassy portrait of black America.
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