Neil Hamburger deconstructs “Set List” with his own improvised shtick

“It used to be the comics decided what they said, not the comic-book stores decided what they said!”

— Neil Hamburger, adapting his decidedly “anti-comedy” set to the rules of “Set List,” the show that asks comedians to improvise stand-up based on what displays on screens behind them in front of a live audience.

Sometimes, it all comes together and everything just makes sense.

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Sean L. McCarthy

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