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There’s a certain thrill to be “on the guest list” for a show – but if you aren’t so fortunate to have friends in high places at the cool comedy clubs, Audible Comedy is here to help. The Guest List, hosted by comedian/writer/actor Ron Funches (Undateable) is recorded live at a speakeasy in San Francisco. Now you can say you were (virtually) there.

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don't waste your time

the host us insufferable. his puns aren't even puns. they suck. out of all the comics only one was funny. I barely cracked a smile. the audience was clearly paid to sit there and laugh for the track because they would laugh at things not even meant to be funny. "Hi my name is Eliza" *UNCONTROLLABLE LAUGHTER* How is an introduction funny?

Almost all of the comics said "I don't know" as their segway. it made no sense and seemed out of place and it was odd that they pretty much ALL used it.

Not worth it. 0 stars.

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