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Jeselnik would work hard each day for the show and then proceed to go to Comedy Cellar, have a "big stiff drink," and do his act, feeling "miserable." In March 2010, he approached the show's producers and told them he wanted to leave.
"We understand—you want to go be Anthony Jeselnik," they said.
After writing a bizarre joke with a dark twist to it, the audience response encouraged Jeselnik to focus more in that area.
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In his early twenties, Jeselnik moved to Los Angeles and was working at a Borders when he first tried standup.
He found a book by writer and comedian Greg Dean that promoted Dean's Santa Monica comedy workshops.
In his first attempt at a joke, Jeselnik did an impression of his father being stung by wasps.
By the end of the skit—which lasted only one minute "but felt like 10"—no one had laughed, leading Jeselnik to swear off physical comedy forever.
"I had to fight with Comedy Central to put that on the first episode," said Jeselnik.