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‘The American Bystander’ is the Last Great Humor Magazine

Last year, Vulture declared that we were living amidst a second comedy boom. Whereas the first boom brought the world ratty comedy clubs across the nation and hundreds of canceled sitcoms titled after the first names of hacky, blazer-wearing comedians, the second is more diverse and artistically daring. It’s brought us Louie and Broad City and Master of None. The UCB is now an institution.
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