In which Kyle Kinane remembers when he opened for a racist ventriloquist (Animated video)

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It’s Hump Day, and that means it’s time for another episode of Stand Down, the A.V. Club’s weekly animation series, wherein comedians tell a story about how horrendous their career’s used to be. Today’s subject is Kyle Kinane, who tells about the time he was opening for a racist ventriloquist “who was not Jeff Dunham.” We especially like the attention to detail near the end when Kinane vaguely mentions his old job and the animation depicts exactly where he used to work, as told on Kinane’s 2010 album Death of the Party.

Check out more episodes of Stand Down, featuring Patton Oswalt, Maria Bamford, Tig Notaro, Jimmy Pardo and Reggie Watts!

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