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Comedy Cellar Underground Debate series is serious business

There’s a table in the back corner of the Greenwich Village staple, Olive Tree Cafe, that's marked, “Comedy Cellar Comedians Only.” A bold statement from a plain and unassuming dark brown wooden table, but if that table could talk, its words would be profane, fiery, brilliant, poignant, hilarious - and could probably do killer impressions of some of the best comedians in modern times.
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