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The Man Show Free TV Show Tickets in Los Angeles

The Man Show is Shot in Los Angeles and Tickets To The Show Are Available To The Public

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The Man Show is an unapologetic look at things men like, do and think.

The Man Show is thirty minutes of beer commercial fun - combining sketch comedy, male philosophy, celebrity guests, and large-breasted women in front of a live studio audience. Hosted by Jimmy Kimmel ("Win Ben Stein's Money") and Adam Carolla (MTV's "Loveline"), "The Man Show" had its debut on June 16 2001 at 10:30 p.m. (ET/PT) immediately following "South Park" on COMEDY CENTRAL, the only network bold enough to put this crap on.

The Mythical "Man"

Network television has created a mythical "man" - the beer-swilling, football-crazed, mother-in-law-hating imbecile characterized on shows like "Married With Children" and "Men Behaving Badly". "The Man Show" is hosted by real men - men who enjoy nothing more than watching chicks bounce on trampolines.

The anti-Oprah has arrived.

"The Man Show" is a Stone Stanley Production in association with Lapides Entertainment Organization. Stone Stanley Productions is responsible for MTV's "Loveline", FX's "Bobcat's Big Ass Show", and other hit shows. Created by Jimmy Kimmel, Daniel Kellison and Adam Carolla, "The Man Show" is executive produced by David G. Stanley, Scott A. Stone, Daniel Kellison, and Howard Lapides. COMEDY CENTRAL's executive on the project will be Debbie Liebling.

So, How Do You Get Tickets to The Man Show in L.A.?

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