In the words of Anthony Anderson, Tiffany Haddish, Steve Harvey, Regina King and more, Phat Tuesdays tells the unbelievable story of how one man, Guy Torry, moved mountains to launch an all-Black comedy night at The Comedy Store. Black comedians were shut out of mainstream, “white” comedy clubs in the 90s, and had to find their own venues in South LA where Martin Lawrence, D.L. Hughley and Robin Harris showcased their talents. Then, comedian Guy Torry launches Phat Tuesdays, an all-Black comedy night at the world-famous Comedy Store on the Sunset Strip. It quickly becomes the hottest club in Los Angeles, attracting basketball superstars like Magic Johnson, Kobe Bryant and John Salley, musicians like Prince, Tupac and Snoop Dogg, and celebrities like Eddie Murphy, Arsenio Hall, and Mike Tyson. We step back in time to watch comedians like Nick Cannon, Chris Tucker, Bill Bellamy, and host Guy Torry himself get their break in film and television on the Phat Tuesdays stage. Phat Tuesdays even becomes a beacon for female comics like Tiffany Haddish and Kym Whitley, as well as comics of other marginalized ethnic groups like Russell Peters and Jo Koy. It was a place where Black comedians like Cedric the Entertainer, Dave Chapelle and Lil Rel could practice their craft and be seen by Hollywood kingmakers. Phat Tuesdays was lightning in a bottle and not only did it help launch the careers of many of the legendary comedians you know and love today, but it became an important platform to make sure those comedians' voices were heard.