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Tosh.0 to Make Fox 26's Isiah Carey Even More Viral

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If you've been on the net anytime in the past two years, you've probably seen the above (very old) clip of Isiah Carey going nuts when a bug gets in his mouth during a stand-up.

It's about to get new life: Carey announced on his blog that he'll be appearing on the hit Comedy Central show Tosh.0, which is The Daily Show of viral videos.

After two years of talks and negotiations The Insite is finally making an appearance on Comedy Central.

It was about two years ago when that infamous Youtube video from 1996 - yes 1996 surfaced and it caught the attention of some Hollywood producers.

Those producers were with the show Tosh.0.

Carey has already taped the show, which he says deals with "White vs. Black Carey," meaning the many spoofs of the piece that have hit the net (gathered here by Mike McGuff).

Carey says he's in three segments with the "enthusiastic and very funny host Daniel Tosh" and the show is expected to air in two weeks.

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