Set on the stages of seedy comedy clubs, Charleston Cranston and Gary Giordano are on the cusp of comedic greatness: broke, wasted, and floundering through life. As Charleston turns 30, he faces an existential crisis. His comedy career slipping down the gutter, he considers leaving the life. That is until his fat-assed friend Giordano pilfers one of his joke ideas. After that, it’s comedy Jihad to the death. There can be only one.
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