Brian Regan is back in his second all-new Comedy Central special, “The Epitome of Hyperbole.” Watch as he exposes the truth behind psychics, discusses the stupidest crimes, and offers his suggestions on how to improve the opera. With his easygoing manner and physical brand of humor, it’s clear why Brian Regan is one of today’s most respected comedians.
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