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Sarah Tiana (March 8–9)
As seen on Reno 911! and The Burn with Jeff Ross
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**[Collin Moulton](http://collinmoulton.com/) (April 5–6)**
Standup comic and 2012 finalist at Gilda’s Laughfest in Grand Rapids and Laughing Skull Comedy Festival in Atlanta Warning: Contains occasional F-bombs, explanations of how the post office works
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