This is not the Stand-Up Boot Camp you were looking for: Ha-Ha Good Time Comedy Fun School

This promotional video for the Ha-Ha Good Time Comedy Fun School features Matt Braunger, Jimmy Dore, Ryan Stout, "student" Ron Babcock and others. It's clearly a parody of the actual Stand-Up Boot Camp run by Kyle Cease and Louie Anderson.

Are you ready? Set? Watch!

Furthermore: Way back in olden times of 2009, the brothers Cease launched their first boot camp videos.

Fallout: You've read Doug Stanhope's rebuttal about comedy classes, haven't you? And Cease's response to that rebuttal? Alrigthy. All caught up.

Sean L. McCarthy

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One thought on “This is not the Stand-Up Boot Camp you were looking for: Ha-Ha Good Time Comedy Fun School

  1. Holy crap… that’a a parody? I thought the purpose of parody was at least to do something funnier than the original. But this is, like… just angry. There’s no attempt to be funny. And no, that’s NOT what’s funny about it. “You could have a million dollars” is the closest they came to funny.

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