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The Best Stand-Up

Or at least the top 10.

1. Tig Notaro's "Live" - on Spotify
I highly recommend watching the documentary "Tig" on Netflix first

Tied for 2 & 3. James Acaster's "Recognise" and "Represent" (from Repertoire) on Netflix

4. Bo Burnham's "what." on his Youtube

5. Bo Burnham's "Make Happy" on Netflix

Technically not stand up 6. John Mulaney & Nick Kroll's "Oh, Hello on Broadway" on Netflix

7. Dave Chappelle's "The Age of Spin" on Netflix

8. Ricky Gervais's "Humanity" on Netflix

9. Dave Chappelle's "Equanimity" on Netflix

10. Hannah Gadsby's "Nanette" on Netflix

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