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LOL: Last One Laughing

By Marty Brown, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 17+

Edgy Mexican comedy contest more desperate than funny.

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There's a fun concept at the heart of this over-the-top series, which the show refers to as "an experiment." That seems right, because the experiment is mostly a failure. The comedians mostly come off as desperate for a laugh -- because they are! -- and they only pick the lowest hanging fruit for their material. It's a reminder that even professional comedians -- unless they're Robin Williams or that caliber of genius -- aren't always just funny off the top of their heads. Good jokes need time and craft to really pay off. Plus, there's an extra level of awkwardness that comes from the artificial set-up in LOL: Last One Laughing. It might have been funnier, not to mention more fun, to just watch these ten creative people get paid to hang out for six hours.

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