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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.

Jeremy Hotz
Originally from Ottawa, Canada, Jeremy performed at the local Yuk Yuks Comedy club on amateur night, and the club owner loved him. Although Jeremy believes he hasn't gotten his "big break", in 1997 he performed at the Montreal Comedy Festival. He received a standing ovation after his debut performance at the festival's prestigious gala, and he has performed there nearly every year since. Jeremy has appeared on TV and in the feature films My Favorite Martian (with Elizabeth Hurley) and Speed 2 (with Sandra Bullock and Jason Patrick).

Jo Koy
Recently named as one of the "10 Comics to Watch" for 2007 by Daily Variety, Jo Koy began stand-up comedy in 1996 at a comedy club in Las Vegas. He has become one of the most requested comedians at Catch a Rising Star, a signature show at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino. A talent coordinator from Los Angeles spotted Koy and landed him his first television appearance on a nationally syndicated show, BET's Comic View. Aside from touring nationwide, he is a regular performer at the Laugh Factory.

Darwin Hines
With his no-holds-barred, take-no-prisoners style of tell-it-like-it-is comedy, no segment of society is spared from Darwin Hines' caustic barbs and wicked observations. Darwin's strength and virtue is that his ultimate purpose and point is to draw a straight line to the absurdity and pointlessness of the very prejudices he so incisively skews.

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