Best of 2011: The A.V. Club’s Top 10 Comedy Albums

Louis C.K.: Hilarious

10. The Sklar Brothers’ “Hendersons And Daughters”
9. Amy Schumer’s “Cutting”
8. Michael Ian Black’s “Very Famous”
7. Tig Notaro’s “Good One”
6. Rory Scovel’s “Dilation”
5. Pete Holmes’ “Impregnated With Wonder”
4. Norm MacDonald’s “Me Doing Standup”
3. Marc Maron’s “This Has To Be Funny”
2. Patton Oswalt’s “Finest Hour”
1. Louis C.K.’s “Hilarious”

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One Response to “Best of 2011: The A.V. Club’s Top 10 Comedy Albums”

  1. Fred says:

    They’re all fine, but Bill Hicks is still the greatest of all time.

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