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EDITORS’ NOTES

Comedian Kevin Hart calls himself a “drastic thinker,” first setting out to prove his point in the late '00s. It's a given that his skits—delivered as though on the verge of hysterics—will show embarrassing and often demented revelations: In “My Son,” he admits that he wouldn't rescue a loved one from a Tasmanian devil attack, while “Phobias” dishes out the details of a racist dolphin that tried to drown him in a tank only three feet deep. Never one to hold back, Hart ratchets up the ickiness on “Sex,” explaining to the audience how one of his kids overheard him and his wife trying to get racy over the phone.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Comedian Kevin Hart calls himself a “drastic thinker,” first setting out to prove his point in the late '00s. It's a given that his skits—delivered as though on the verge of hysterics—will show embarrassing and often demented revelations: In “My Son,” he admits that he wouldn't rescue a loved one from a Tasmanian devil attack, while “Phobias” dishes out the details of a racist dolphin that tried to drown him in a tank only three feet deep. Never one to hold back, Hart ratchets up the ickiness on “Sex,” explaining to the audience how one of his kids overheard him and his wife trying to get racy over the phone.

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