Sep 21, 2007 4:00 AM EDT
Last year at this time, comedian D.L. Hughley was on one of the hottest shows on TV. At least that's what everyone thought Aaron Sorkin's Studio 60 on… Read more
The comic's performance in Washington, D.C., includes riffs on immigration, freedom of speech, the price of gas and cocaine, and Cuban refugees. Taped at the Lincoln Theatre in June 2007.
Premiered: September 22, 2007