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Some comedians push the envelope; on Conan, Tig Notaro pushes the stool

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Some comedians like to push the envelope. Tig Notaro likes to push the stool. No, really. Tig showed us what she means last night on Conan. Conan seems to have found its own personality in finding comedians it likes and featuring them multiple times. Count Notaro among those favorites.

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