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Aziz Ansari Offers New Stand-Up Special Online for $5, Releases a Preview

March 21, 2012 (4:09 am) GMT
The 'Parks and Recreation' star's 'Dangerously Delicious' tour material is available for streaming or download without ads and censors on his official website.

follows in the footsteps of by selling his comedy special online. The "" actor's material on his "Dangerously Delicious" tour is now available for streaming or download on his own website with only $5.

The stand-up was filmed at the Warner Theatre in DC in June of 2011. Explaining his decision to offer the comedy special straight to fans, he states on his Tumblr blog, "I paid for the production myself and wanted to release it online."

"While I was trying to figure out the proper method of release, my friend and hilarious comedian Louis CK did his whole thing and it seemed to me that people really liked that model, so that was the route I decided to go."

To tease fans, the Tom Haverford of "" has shared a free preview to "Dangerously Delicious". The comedian additionally notes that the material is not the same as the one which will be seen on his upcoming "Buried Alive" tour.

Louis C.K. has previously proven that selling a stand-up special directly to fans is a profitable method. The "" star has earned more than $1 million after selling "Louis C.K.: Live at the Beacon Theater" online in December last year.

"Dangerously Delicious" preview:


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