Comedy Central Presents
Comedy Central Presents is the network's main half-hour program which highlights either one or a series of stand-up comedians each episode. In 2011, the series ended and Comedy Central replaced it with the revamped The Half Hour 30 minute stand-up specials.
Where to Watch Comedy Central Presents
Below you'll find every episode from all 15 season of Comedy Central Presents.
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Season 1Comedy Central | Comedy Central Standup | Rent or Buy
S01 E01Dec 2, 1998
Wanda Sykes-Hall Wanda Sykes-Hall confronts the realities of marriage, children and celebrity sex scandals in this half-hour stand-up special.
S01 E02Dec 8, 1998
Marc Maron Marc Maron demands mandatory drug use for demeaning jobs in this half-hour stand-up special.
S01 E02Dec 9, 1998
Marc Maron (1) Comedy Central Presents an all-new half-hour of stand-up from comedian Marc Maron.
S01 E03Dec 16, 1998
Reggie McFadden Reggie McFadden explores the perils of dating big women and smoking crack at the club in this half-hour special.
S01 E04Dec 23, 1998
Lewis Black (1) Lewis Black questions the effectiveness of flu shots and the US Congress in this half-hour stand-up special.
S01 E05Dec 29, 1998
Greg Fitzsimmons Greg Fitzsimmons ponders the problems with human cloning and envisioning your grandma naked in this half-hour stand-up special.
Season 2Comedy Central Standup | Rent or Buy
S02 E01May 30, 1999
Kevin Nealon Kevin Nealon considers cooking with wine and cross-country skiing across small countries in this half-hour comedy special.
S02 E02Jun 6, 1999
Margaret Smith Margaret Smith shares her tactics for buying underwear and dealing with creditors in this half-hour stand-up special.
S02 E03Jun 13, 1999
Mark Curry Comedy Central Presents an all-new half-hour of stand-up from comedian Mark Curry.
S02 E04Jun 20, 1999
Greg Proops Greg Proops contemplates the real reason the pilgrims left England in this half-hour stand-up special.
S02 E05Jun 27, 1999
Hugh Fink Hugh Fink defends the great American traditions of useless first-base coaches and corrupt boxing in this stand-up special.