Adam Newman returns to Athens, GA for “Fuzzies,” recorded at the Georgia Theatre where he used to work as a security guard. In his first hour long special, Adam dissects newly discovered Jetsons debauchery, obscure B-Horror movies, and gets downright dirty sharing some Presidential erotic fan fiction. Plus, Adam breaks new comedy ground by setting the record for World’s Highest Mic Drop!
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