Chris D'Elia, We Forgive You for Being Justin Bieber's Favorite Stand-up

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Chris D'Elia: Incorrigible

Chris D'Elia: Incorrigible (Friday, April 17, Netflix)

Judging Chris D'Elia by his current sitcom Undateable, the two seasons he spent on Whitney, or last month's lackluster Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber is nearly akin to rating Robert De Niro based on his turns in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and Little Fockers. Nearly. So thank Netflix for producing Incorrigible, his second full-length stand-up special (his first, White Man, Black Comic, is available to download for $10 on Incorrigible three-ups White Man with less mildly sexist you-know-what-girls-are-like humor, even better observations, and some ridiculous physical comedy. Even D'Elia's eyebrows seem to be able to backflip.