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Publisher's Summary

These outspoken stand-up comedy performances from the Un-Cabaret are all about gayness.

"Invasion of the Gaybots" by John Riggi"Who's Gay?" by Beth Lapides"Sex Surrogate" by Tim Bagley

ADVISORY: This material may not be appropriate for minors.

JOHN RIGGI was writer and co-executive producer of The Larry Sanders Show, The Comeback, and Will & Grace.

TIM BAGLEY has appeared in Curb Your Enthusiasm, Happy, Texas, The Day After Tomorrow, and had a recurring role on Will & Grace.

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"Outrageously funny!" ( Hollywood Reporter)

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Very funny but too disjointed

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Un-Cabaret is great to listen to for something quick and funny - I thought this one was entertaining, but somewhat disjointed.

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