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Best Night Ever? Russell Peters Thinks So
April 8, 2012
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If you've seen Russell Peters perform, you have an idea of what to expect from his standup routine. But what would Russell himself want to see in a comedy performance?

We'll soon find out: Canada's biggest global comedy star assembled his ideal lineup at last year's Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal, and CBC-TV will be airing the aptly titled Russell Peters Best Night Ever tomorrow night (Tuesday, April 10) at 9 p.m.

Russell's guests include Jeremy Hotz, Jimmy Carr, Sebastian Maniscalco and Nick Thune, but he also takes a turn on the mic himself, talking about such classic Peters topics as culture, stereotypes and, in this clip, language:

Russell was in the red chair last fall, when he talked to George about what it was like to follow up his successful comedy career with a new gig: being a father.

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