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Set amid the rise of Roast Battle-style comedy, Jones’ spur of the moment gibes were far more entertaining than anything Comedy Central put on this past weekend.

'SNL' star Leslie Jones makes the Mirage her personal playground

August 3rd, 2016

Set amid the rise of Roast Battle-style comedy, Jones’ spur of the moment gibes were far more entertaining than anything Comedy Central put on this past weekend.

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