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Let the Fine Gentleman's Club help you get through the rest of 2012 in fine style

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Think there's no fun to be had until New Year's Eve? Think again. Sam Tallent, Nathan Lund, Chris Charpentier and Bobby Crane of the Fine Gentleman's Club are working through the holidays, and their weekly Too Much Fun comedy show at the Deer Pile will roll like clockwork tonight at 10 p.m.

See also: - Getting stoned with comedian Chris Charpentier - Fine Gentleman's Club to record album at Comedy Works on Halloween - Too Much Funstival comedians on how Denver's scene has evolved - Sam Tallent talks about his comedy mixtape Joke Life, and his Fine Gentleman's Club

Tonight's Deer Pile gathering is also free, which makes it an unbeatable deal. So kick back, have too much fun and prepare to laugh your way out of 2012. Visit the Facebook page for information about this and other Deer Pile events.

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