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best stand-up comedy night for people who hate stand-up comedy New York 2003 - TINKLE

No tourists looking for Jerry Seinfeld. No cheesy celebrity impersonations (at least not when I've gone). Just funny people hanging out, improvising, testing new material, and making fun of each other, with a brief musical interlude. Started in January by hosts David Cross, Jon Benjamin, and Todd Barry, TINKLE showcases underground comics and indie bands for a cheap price—$6, or free if you watch on a screen in the upstairs bar. Get there early, because it always sells out. Sundays at 8:30 p.m. at Pianos,
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