Acclaimed St. Louis comic Kathleen Madigan unleashes her sarcastic, perfectly timed delivery on such subjects as George W. Bush, tattoos, math, sports, aliens and more in this hilarious stand-up performance. Voted Best Female Stand-up at the American Comedy Awards, Madigan — a former journalist and Mid-Missouri Hoop Shoot champion — shows no mercy in this scathing set recorded during a live show in Denver.
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