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A stand-up comedy benefit concert, which raises funds to benefit victims of Hurricane Katrina.

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Walter C. Miller
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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 1 nomination. See more awards »

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Credited cast:
Louie Anderson ... Himself
Tom Arnold ... Himself
Roseanne Barr ... Herself
Lewis Black ... Himself
Wayne Brady ... Himself
Louis C.K. ... Himself
Ricardo Chavira ... Himself (as Richard Antonio Chavira)
Stephen Colbert ... Himself
Kevin Connolly ... Himself
Dane Cook ... Himself
Jennifer Coolidge ... Herself
Billy Crystal ... Himself - Host
James Denton ... Himself
Kevin Dillon ... Himself
Mike Epps ... Himself
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A stand-up comedy benefit concert, which raises funds to benefit victims of Hurricane Katrina.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 November 2006 (USA) See more »

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Farrington Productions See more »
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Color
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Follows Comic Relief 2003: The Big Hair Do (2003) See more »

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funny but vulgar
19 November 2006 | by kowens3See all my reviews

Although the cause is a good one and the comics were sometimes funny, the vulgarities over-shadowed some of the humor. Whoopie was right when she said TBS would have a difficult time airing the language. Celebrities selling the shirts and the DVD became a bore. PBS is bad at soliciting for donations, but this episode of Comic Relief was a poor clone. The most touching segment was "Lassie" and her story; the scenes of New Orleans and the devastation still there are heart breaking. It's good to be reminded of what still needs to be done. Our government is lagging; the comics pointed that out several times; Bush was deservedly bashed. Did the comics talk to each other at all before the broadcast? There were similar jokes about Kirstie Alley, Dick Cheney, and others. Again, the cause is a good one, but the performances were generally lame this year. Whoopie couldn't get a word in edge-wise between Robin and Billy (no real surprise, however), and the TelePrompTer must have been on vacation. Sorry, folks - this was not the best version of Comic Relief.


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