A special "best of" presentation from Volumes 11 through 20, featuring Tom Dreesen, Charles Fleischer, Mike Marino, Gary Gulman, Jerry Diner, Norm McDonald, Ian Edwards, Jim Jefferies, Jo Koy, Bob Marley, Dom Irrera, Bob Saget, Sebastian, and Daniel Tosh.
Mike Saccone covers the bases, from adventures in weight gain to female undergarment removal. Then, Paula Bell throws her weight around and reminds all assembled that they're in L.A. Finally, Jo Koy exposes L.A. Mexicans for the chefs they are, and he shares the Michael Jackson impression he joyously performed in his youth.
[Contains explicit content] Nothing serious in this episode of Limelight. Seriously. Jo Koy is just playing with us. He's popping in to comedy clubs around the country to hear comedians talk about their favorite ways to stay entertained.
Jeremy Hotz educates the audience about dogs, long-term relationships, and genitalia. Then, Jo Koy clears up the difference between Mexicans and Asians. And he shares the Michael Jackson impression he joyously performed in his youth. Dom and club owner Jamie Masada talk about the principles of good comedy. Also, Darwin Hines tells it like it is in L.A. - as a driver, a drug dealer, and a black person.
A special "best of" presentation from Volumes 21 through 30. Highlights include: Dane Cook, Harland Williams, Jon Lovitz, Paul Rodriguez, Modi, Gerry Bednob, Dean Edwards, Jeremy Hotz, Jo Koy, Darwin Hines, Godfrey, Robert Kelly, Nick Thune, Neil Brennan, and Maz Jobrani.