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October 30, 2013 1:55 PM
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Watch: Aziz Ansari Explains His Favorite Racial Stereotype in a New Clip from Netflix Special 'Buried Alive'

With original hit shows, plans to commission films, and now standup specials, Netflix is becoming a one-stop shop for all things entertainment. The latest upcoming standup comedy special is Aziz Ansari's "Buried Alive," which has the "Parks and Recreation" star tackling the odd elements of adulthood: love, marriage and babies.

In a previously released clip, he hilariously addressed the weirdness of marriage. In the this new, longer excerpt, Ansari discusses how racial stereotypes are messed up, but one that he believes is absolutely true is that "black dudes are blown away by magic tricks." Take a peek below to see what he means. "Buried Alive" was executive produced by Ansari  and shot at the Merriam Theater in Philadelphia during his 2013 world tour. It premieres Friday, November 1st at 12:01 PT on Netflix.


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