Each comic had endured grueling challenges and heart-pounding voting rounds to make it to the final showdown where only one can claim the coveted title of "last comic standing" — and the grand prize of $250,000, an exclusive talent contact with NBC Universal and his or her own half-hour comedy special on Bravo.
After an extensive international search, NBC's lively laughfest "Last Comic Standing" will finally reveal who is the funniest new comic in the world in Wednesday night's exciting show conclusion (Sept. 19, 9-11 p.m. ET). In this two-hour finale, finalists Lavell Crawford and Jon Reep will be roasted by fellow comics, including renowned roaster Jeffrey Ross, top 10 finalist Doug Benson and talent scout and season three winner Alonzo Bodden. In addition, they will be reunited with the other top 10 finalists and the talent scouts, in a show that will include vignettes, challenge highlights, and performances by special guest comedians. Additionally there will be a surprise appearance by Dane Cook, who can be seen in the upcoming feature film"Good Luck Chuck," to wish the contestants good luck.