ENCORE: Jason Saenz
Spit Take Comedy | ep20 | Jan 18, 2016
George invites funny dude and overall great guy Jason Saenz to Spit Take Comedy to show off his new desk and classic talk show moves. The hordes of teen girls in the studio audience thrill over Jason as he plays a game of "Would You Get High?" and discusses his ever clever Saenz Signs.

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COMEDY | George Flanagan sits down with up and coming comedians he's worked with since 2009 at his live comedy showcase in Brooklyn, New York. Funniness ensues.

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