Mozan is scared of running with the skinny white girls at 5 AM, Joe Torry now knows why his father drank when he was a kid, and Lavell Crawford gets greeted by the devil each time he walks into the church.
Angelo Lozada thinks New York City taxi drivers are racist, Luenell is tired of the big girls being underappreciated, Will-E Robo loves women in all shapes and sizes, and RodMan hypothesizes the value of a cooler of gas.
Joey Wells finds college useless since becoming a comedian, Meshelle observes the differences in parenting techniques between races, Rickey Smiley takes money out of the church collection basket, Gary Owen cries at every movie, and Bruce Bruce likes tormenting kids in the check-out line.
Jamie Teat has been on a diet since he was 8, Eddie Bryant thinks everyone should have a summer home in the 'hood, Shang thinks one day everyone will be black, Lavell Crawford goes to church online, Deon Cole is an equal opportunist when it comes to dating, and the Berry Boyz have an off night.
Sheryl Underwood has somethin' to say to white people; Finesse Mitchell's shares problems growing up with a teenage mom; Reggie Steele warns us about road rage; and Gary Owen loves seeing cheaters get caught on TV.
First there was DEF COMEDY JAM. Then came THE BAD BOYS OF COMEDY. Now get ready to experience the most fearlessly funny comedy that the U.S. Constitution will allow! Host Doug Willaims, ATL's Griff, and heavyweight funnyman Ralphie May highlight this series of uncensored stand up that takes fee speech to its very limits.