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The home of endless “Roseanne,” “Gilligan’s Island” and “Golden Girls” reruns isn’t the most obvious place to find a smart and funny sitcom about millennial culture.

Grab tickets to these shows before they sell out.

Plus, Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals return to D.C. and Kathy Griffin headlines an arena.

The E! show takes the worst of television and laughs at it, over and over.

Because Eddie Murphy has been out of the spotlight the past decade, it’s easy to forget just what a force the comedian can be.

Plus: The Kennedy Center hosts its first District of Comedy Festival, Dr. John returns to the Hamilton and Metric comes to Silver Spring.

Like many Seth Rogen films before it, “The Night Before" is packed full of cameos — gifts for discerning comedy nerds.

Natalie Prass, Chris Robinson Brotherhood and Fred Armisen all perform in D.C. this week.

A carnival at Yards Park, book talks and the Free DC Comedy Festival highlight this month's best events that won't cost you a dime.

Like "Louie," "Girls" and "The Mindy Project," Aziz Ansari’s new Netflix series, "Master of None," is a New York-based comedy that’s a true reflection of its creator.

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