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Showtime or cinemax comedy show. A topless woman walks into glass in the opening credits

This was late to mid 1990s. It was a half hour comedy. There may have been 2 comedians with short bits in between. The bits were very sexual. I remember one where the host is playing a coach of a womans team and says they lost the coin toss and need to play as "skins. The women all take their tops off. There were some famous comedians performing. I recall drew Carey doing stand up on one episode.
asked Sep 7, 2019 in Name That TV Show by master41 (535 points)
Thanks, but that's not it. I remember that show too, and it aired around the same time. The show I'm asking about was a stand up comedy show with short little bits in between comedians. It wasnt a sitcom.
Bizarre? It had nudity and aired on showtime.

Showtime comedy club network was another one, and had drew carey at a point, and it was a show on during your time frame.

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Actually think I found it. Its "Full Frontal Comedy."
answered Sep 8, 2019 by master41 (535 points)
good find. i dug for a while and didnt crack that.