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Ferrell does seem the least ass-holish, I agree. Maybe it's not there at all except in my own tiny little mind. I don't think it's universal among comics, certainly not the ass-hole part. The anger part I think is there for most comics I see, even if it's only anger at some universal absurdity that hurts other people. Sometimes anger is based upon an acute sensitivity to the wrongs of the world, not just the wrongs to the individual. To be a good comic, one must be very sensitive/perceptive of other people's/society's/the world's faults and foibles and to be truly great, of your own. Most people feel some anger over that, even if it's directed towards themselves.

I think you will love Stranger than Fiction.
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