Mickey Cucchiella: Short Stories
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Short in stature, big on laughs comedian Mickey Cucchiella hits the stage with his raucous and raunchy special, Short Stories. He's got a lot to rant about and Mickey ain't afraid to spout his controversial views on race, sex, and terrorist line-dancers!
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