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8 seriously funny comedy shows coming to Orlando this fall 

In addition to the usual showcases, open mics, improv shows and other comedy events that we have year-round in Central Florida, fall brings in a few headliners from out of town that you may want to keep an eye on. From top stand-ups to YouTube and television stars, there's something for everyone to laugh at ... or with.

John Mulaney

Oct. 1, Hard Rock Live; $35-$45

The former Saturday Night Live writer (above) earns his title as "the Comeback Kid" after a well-received Netflix special with Nick Kroll. Will there be too much tuna onstage? We can only hope.

The Best of the Second City

Oct. 6-7, Dr. Phillips Center; $39.25

One of the most prestigious improv troupes sends its touring group down south so you can see the comedy stars of tomorrow today.

Adam DeVine

Oct. 9, CFE Arena; $25

Best known for his role on Workaholics, DeVine kicks off UCF's homecoming weekend.

Randy and Mr. Lahey

Oct. 17, The Social; $25-$30

The antagonists from cult Canadian comedy Trailer Park Boys return to Orlando on their "Never Cry Shitwolf" tour.

WellRED Comedy Tour: Trae Crowder & Friends

Dec. 7, Orlando Improv; $25-$50

Internet sensation (and former Orlando Indie Comedy Fest headliner) Trae Crowder, aka "the Liberal Redneck," brings down-home wisdom and humor to the Improv.

"Doug Loves Movies" Podcast With Doug Benson

Dec. 14, Orlando Improv; $20

The professional stoner and film enthusiast returns to the Improv for a live taping of his podcast.

Rhett & Link

Dec. 15, House of Blues; $30-$67

The hosts of the most-watched daily internet show, Good Mythical Morning, bring live laughs to Disney Springs.

Jim Gaffigan

Dec. 27, CFE Arena; $32.75-$150

Close out the year with one of the most successful stand-up comics of the past 20 years.

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