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Last Comic Standing

 

Thursday, Aug. 14 at 8 p.m., NBC

Could a Canuck be the last comic? Vancouver native Lachlan Patterson faces off against two other finalists -- Nikki Carr and Rod Man -- in the two-hour season finale, with the winner claiming a $250,000 prize. Russell Peters and Roseanne serve up a guest-performer sets.

 

Katt Williams:

Priceless

 

Saturday, Aug. 16 on HBO Canada

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Comedian, rapper and actor Katt Williams graces the stage again in this new standup special. Never afraid to laugh at his own expense, the controversial but hilarious comic jokes about his many legal troubles and more.

 

Don't Drive Here

 

Monday, Aug. 18 at 9 p.m., Discovery

Andrew Younghusband hits the road again -- in even more white-knuckled fashion -- as the search for the world's most harrowing highways returns for a second season. In this week's première, the host climbs behind the wheel in Nairobi, Kenya, and attempts to deliver a cow and six goats in a truck with no brakes.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition August 14, 2014 C1

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