Tom Segura: Completely Normal (2014)

TV Special   |  Not Rated   |    |  Documentary, Comedy


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Levelheaded stand-up Tom Segura shares offhand appraisals on hotels and opens up about his hobbies and digestive ailments in this comedy special.


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26 January 2016 | lorindawentz
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| Super Funny
My husband love watching good stand up. As a frame of reference we like Jim Gaffigan, Greg Geraldo (rip), Dane Cook, Nick Swardson, Chelsea Handler, Amy Shumer, and well you get the idea the kind of humor we like to watch....We found this guy on Netflix and watched two of his comedy specials back to back. We watched the first one and it was pretty funny so when Netflix suggested the second one my husband said well the first one was great and even though its 1:00am on a Monday we might as well watch it. By the end of the 2nd one my jaw was sore from laughing so much. My husband and I were laughing for almost two hours straight. If he comes to town I'd love to go see him.

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Genres

Documentary | Comedy

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Release Date:

15 March 2014

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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