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Furry Dumb Fighter


Furry Dumb Fighter

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Furry Dumb Fighter


Furry Dumb Fighter

Comedy album number three...  seven more and someone gets a free sandwich.

Furry Dumb Fighter is available wherever audio can be digitally placed into a telephone or computer machine.

A couple of preview tracks if you're the type of person who has to have their milk before buying the cow:

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Brooklyn on Netflix


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Brooklyn on Netflix


WYATT CENAC | BROOKLYN

Wyatt's second stand up special Brooklyn was released in October of 2014.  It's called Brooklyn because that is where he shot it and that is where he lives.  You don't have to be from Brooklyn to watch it, you only need to have a super TV and Netflix.

Just so you know, there may be an appearance by a puppet... if you're the type of person who needs a heads up on those kinds of things.

 
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Brooklyn Album


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Brooklyn Album


In 2015, the album version of Brooklyn was nominated for a Grammy, which is either a testament to the enduring power of vinyl or voters mistook it for the soundtrack of the Oscar nominated film with the same name.

Since it's called Brooklyn, it seemed only right to produce a limited edition vinyl record of farm to turntable artisanal jokes mouthcrafted by locally sourced comedy person, Wyatt Cenac. 

The album was pressed in Brooklyn at Brooklyn Phono and includes artwork from the talented Mike Mitchell... who is not from Brooklyn... because not everything in Brooklyn is from Brooklyn anymore. 

It is currently out of print, but that is because making records is hard work as the video below can attest.

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John Oliver's New York Stand Up Show


John Oliver's New York Stand Up Show

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John Oliver's New York Stand Up Show


John Oliver's New York Stand Up Show

In 2012, Wyatt appeared on John Oliver's New York Stand Up Show.  (Season 3; Episode 1 for those keeping score)
  Like an infinity gauntlet, the fifteen minute set has been broken up and scattered across the internet; but it is available on iTunes.

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Comedy Person


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Comedy Person


WYATT CENAC | COMEDY PERSON

Wyatt's first stand up special, Comedy Person, premiered in 2011 on Comedy Central, where it is occasionally rebroadcast... during Black History Month. Comedy Person is also available on CD & DVD and iTunes.

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Hits


HITS

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Hits


HITS

Based on a true story... that hasn't happened yet.

HITS is the directorial debut of comedian David Cross (Mr. Show, Arrested Development); starring Meredith Hagner, Matt Walsh, Amy Sedaris, David Koechner and more in a dark comedy exploring the nature of fame in 21st Century YouTube America. The film takes place in a small town in upstate New York populated by people who trade in unrealistic expectations. Its a story in which fame, delusion, earnestness, and recklessness meet, shake hands, and disrupt the lives around them.

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An Oversimplification of Her Beauty


An Oversimplification of Her Beauty

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An Oversimplification of Her Beauty


An Oversimplification of Her Beauty

Executive producers Jay-Z, dream hampton, Joy Bryant and Wyatt Cenac present Terence Nance's explosively creative debut feature.  With arresting insight, vulnerability, and a delightful sense of humor, the film documents the relationship between Terence (Nance) and a lovely young woman (Namik Minter) as it teeters on the divide between platonic and romantic. Utilizing a tapestry of live action and multiple styles of animation, the film blurs the line between narrative, documentary, and experimental film as it explores the fantasies, emotions, and memories that race through Terence's mind as he examines and re-examines a singular moment in time.

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BoJack Horseman


BOJACK HORSEMAN

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BoJack Horseman


BOJACK HORSEMAN

Meet the most beloved sitcom horse of the '90s ... 20 years later. BoJack Horseman was the star of the hit TV show "Horsin' Around," but today he's washed up, living in a Hollywood bachelor pad, complaining about everything, and sometimes wearing colorful sweaters. Set in an L.A. where humans and anthropomorphic animal-people coexist, "BoJack Horseman" is about one man (well, horse-man) who peaked too early and must figure out what to do next.

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The Daily Show


The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

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The Daily Show


The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

For almost five years, Wyatt served as a writer and correspondent on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart; winning three Emmys and a WGA award... as well as quite a few smart looking Banana Republic suits.  While there, he filed over two hundred fake stories about mostly real news.  He also helped write Earth the Book.  A book about one of the Earths.  Which one?  You'll have to read to find out.

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Medicine for Melancholy


Medicine for Melancholy

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Medicine for Melancholy


Medicine for Melancholy

Wyatt Cenac and Tracey Heggins star in this love story about two African-American twenty-somethings, their one-night stand, and a revealing day-after in rapidly gentrifying San Francisco a city with the smallest proportional black population of any other major American city.

In his internationally acclaimed and award-winning debut feature, writer/director Barry Jenkins creates a tender yet resonant tale of sex, race, bicycles and modern urban life that became one of the most significant hits of the festival season and remains perhaps the most talked-about independent film of 2008.

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King of the Hill


King of the Hill

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King of the Hill


King of the Hill

For four seasons, Wyatt worked as a writer on the critically acclaimed, FOX animated series 'King of the Hill.'  Created by Mike Judge and Greg Daniels, the show ran for thirteen seasons, which is probably a lot more than you thought, but possibly less than what you actually wanted.