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Variety’s 10 Comics to Watch

Variety’s 10 Comics to Watch
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Variety salutes stars in platforms from stand-ups to podcasts and sitcoms. Though things are different this year, the 10 comics to watch will participate in a FREE virtual conversation, open to the public at 6:30 p.m. PDt Oct. 10 at hahah.com Chad Goes Deep, “Chad Goes Deep” Perhaps no comic duo is as relevant and woke in the era of COVID-19 as Chad Kroeger and JT Parr. Known collectively as Chad Goes Deep, the Orange County-raised “activists” have mastered the art of melding the socially conscious with the supremely hilarious, doing it all with a So Cal party bro vibe that recalls Sean Penn’s Spicoli. Over the past few years, bonding over a shared “sense of positivity that we wanted to impart to the world,” Kroeger and Parr have created and starred in a series of YouTube videos. They engage in various acts of civic duty, from petitioning the San Clemente City Council to erect a Paul Walker statue to fighting for the rights of students to hold house parties at U. of Delaware. In July, a video of Chad Goes Deep handing out free masks to confused and sometimes hostile beachcombers on Huntington Beach went viral, racking up […]

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