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Compulsive Funny Disorder 

Wednesday, May 28 2014
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Aisha Tyler is funny, and a badass. Known for her stand-up, her recent voicework as Lana on Archer, and a billion other television gigs, including her stint back in the '90s on early generation Talk Soup, Tyler is bringing her stage show back to her hometown this weekend. She has compared being a comic to having a compulsive disorder, which makes it one of the few times it's okay to laugh at someone's disorder. A formidably intelligent and beautiful woman who probably could've done anything with her life, Tyler chose comedy, and now you can benefit from that choice this weekend at Cobb's.


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