Disquera: Comedy Central
This set catches the A-list comedian performing new material for a small crowd of only 30 people at the Laugh Factory. While the second half is raunchy enough to embarrass just about anybody, Cook's well-known casualness is amplified by the intimacy of the setting, which also gets him to open up about the inner workings of his psyche, the deaths of his parents from cancer and his many detractors. Even when addressing direly serious issues, though, Cook manages to keep the jokes his main focus and comes off as more than the frat-boy poser he is often characterized as.
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