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Finest Hour

by Patton Oswalt

Finest Hour by Patton Oswalt

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Finest Hour

by Patton Oswalt

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Label: Comedy Central
The highly accomplished stand-up comic generally considered the coolest in the alternative comedy scene offers a fourth album showcasing his knack for relating hilarious stories from his everyday life through a vast arsenal of weird voices. A new father, Oswalt spends a good amount of time on life as a parent, but diehards need not worry -- there are still plenty of routines about life as a fat nerd-hipster. "The Ham Incident," follow-up "The Museum of Spam," and any time he talks about wearing sweatpants in public are just a few examples. Oswalt is just getting better and better.

About This Album

The highly accomplished stand-up comic generally considered the coolest in the alternative comedy scene offers a fourth album showcasing his knack for relating hilarious stories from his everyday life through a vast arsenal of weird voices. A new father, Oswalt spends a good amount of time on life as a parent, but diehards need not worry -- there are still plenty of routines about life as a fat nerd-hipster. "The Ham Incident," follow-up "The Museum of Spam," and any time he talks about wearing sweatpants in public are just a few examples. Oswalt is just getting better and better.

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About This Album

The highly accomplished stand-up comic generally considered the coolest in the alternative comedy scene offers a fourth album showcasing his knack for relating hilarious stories from his everyday life through a vast arsenal of weird voices. A new father, Oswalt spends a good amount of time on life as a parent, but diehards need not worry -- there are still plenty of routines about life as a fat nerd-hipster. "The Ham Incident," follow-up "The Museum of Spam," and any time he talks about wearing sweatpants in public are just a few examples. Oswalt is just getting better and better.