Dom's triumphant return. Felipe Esparza unleashes his Mexican-flavored wordplay on topics like obesity, women, and how obese men fare with women. Then, Paul Rodriguez teams up with Dom to jab club owner Jamie Masada. Paul then discusses...the similarity between the Arabic, Spanish, and Italian languages. Dom does a double take when Paul says he's been to Iraq. Then the guys analyze Jay Leno's career before Paul takes the stage. Plus, Larry Omaha riffs on Eskimos, disasters, and being mistaken for a different race. Felipe Esparza
Felipe is a product of the streets of East Los Angeles. There is no subject that Felipe can't make fun of. Give him a tootsie roll and he will write a five minute, gut busting routine about it. Felipe is one of many new comedians that got immediate television exposure when he appeared on a Showtime, Diamonds in the Rough segment, just one and a half years into his stand-up career. Paul Rodriguez
Paul's career has spanned more than two decades and includes starring roles and featured appearances in over 30 films and countless television series and specials. His first big break came while doing comedy warm-ups for Norman Lear's show Gloria. Lear ultimately wrote and developed a weekly series for Paul, A.K.A. Pablo. Paul holds the honor - and is enshrined at the Smithsonian - for the first television show about a Mexican-American family on mainstream American television. The Original Latin King of Comedy. Larry Omaha
As a Native-American, his unique point of view on multi-ethnic America has garnered numerous TV appearances and gigs on the corporate circuit. His comical stories about his youth are hailed by the Los Angeles Times as, "Refreshing, funny and universal." Omaha's side-splitting jabs at every day life inspired the Las Vegas Sun to label him "a very hip comic for the new millennium".
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