Start your summer laughing with a former Chelsea Lately regular, and end it cracking up to Jerry Seinfeld and Gabriel Iglesias, the "fluffiest" comedian going. In between, catch a season full of stellar comedians on stages in Philadelphia and Atlantic City, including Philly guys like Kurt Metzger, and Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim of Tim and Eric fame.

Jo Koy (June 10, Punch Line Philly). The former Chelsea Lately regular and veteran stand-up comedian comes to Philly for a few nights of comedy, sans Chelsea Handler. Catch Koy's latest special, Jo Koy: Live from Seattle, on Netflix. (215-606-6555, punchlinephilly.com)

Marlon Wayans (June 15-17, Punch Line Philly). He might be only one-tenth of the talented Wayans brood, but Marlon got a majority of the funny in the family. Catch the White Chicks star ahead of the summer premiere of his NBC pilot, Marlon. (215-606-6555, punchlinephilly.com)

Kurt Metzger (June 22-24, Punch Line Philly). Hometowner Metzger's raunchy stylings are detectable in his work as a writer and actor on Inside Amy Schumer and Ugly Americans. At his live show, the raunch is front and center. Metzger can also be heard online on his weekly podcast, Race Wars. (215-606-6555, punchlinephilly.com)

Former Saturday Night Live cast member Chris Kattan will perform at Punch Line this July.
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Former Saturday Night Live cast member Chris Kattan will perform at Punch Line this July.

Doug Benson's "Doug Loves Movies" (June 24-25, Helium). Professional stoner Benson hosts two days of blazed movie-watching. Philadelphia has decriminalized possession of small amounts of marijuana, so this one ought to go well. (215-496-9001, heliumcomedy.com)

Ali Wong (July 1, Borgata). You may have seen her 2015 special, Baby Cobra, hanging around on Netflix, and now is the time to watch it. Wong, who also writes for ABC's Fresh Off the Boat, brings her vulgar wit to Jersey to kick off July. (609-317-1000, theborgata.com)

Jay Leno (July 2, Borgata). Since leaving The Tonight Show in 2014, Leno has been returning more and more to stand-up, his first love. Fans who miss him on the show can think of his set as a monologue performed live and locally. (609-317-1000, theborgata.com)

Chris Kattan (July 6-8, Punch Line Philly). You may know him as Mango or Mr. Peepers, thanks to his run on Saturday Night Live, but there's more to Kattan than playing a lamé-loving male stripper. Then again, a little nostalgia never hurt anyone. (215-606-6555, punchlinephilly.com)

Sebastian Maniscalco (July 6-8, Borgata). His specials What's Wrong with People? and Aren't You Embarrassed? are already modern comedy classics, and Maniscalco isn't slowing down. This summer, he brings his new Why Would You Do That? set to Atlantic City. (609-317-1000, theborgata.com)

"Mystery Science Theater 3000″ Live (July 7, Keswick Theatre). The show's co-creator Joel Hodgson and current reboot host Jonah Ray bring their spacey antics to the Keswick for two performances — a 7 p.m. show will lampoon fan-favorite Eegah, and a 10 p.m. send-up will decode a "Secret Surprise Film." Yes, Crow T. Robot and Tom Servo will be there. (215-572-7650, keswicktheatre.com)

Bill Maher brings his political act to the Borgata in August.
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Bill Maher brings his political act to the Borgata in August.

Steve Rannazzisi (July 13-15, Helium). The League star Rannazzisi was branded a liar after it was revealed in 2015 that his famous 9/11 escape story was fake, but we're reasonably sure he'll actually be at Helium. (215-496-9001, heliumcomedy.com)

The Dollop (July 15, Trocadero). Comedians Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds make history hilarious on their podcast, The Dollop. Now, the pair bring their show to the Cradle of Liberty for a live performance. (215-922-6888, thetroc.com)

Jim Gaffigan (July 15, Borgata). Thanks to his clean delivery and family-friendly anecdotes, veteran comedian Gaffigan is appropriate for the little ones — even in Atlantic City. Dad jokes will abound. (609-317-1000, theborgata.com)

Heather McDonald (July 20, Helium). A former Chelsea Lately costar and writer for Keenen Ivory Wayans, McDonald has become a comedic force to be reckoned with. Her 2015 special, I Don't Mean to Brag, is now streaming on Netflix. (215-496-9001, heliumcomedy.com)

Tim & Eric: 10th Anniversary Awesome Tour (July 20, Merriam Theater). Temple University grads Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim return to Philadelphia for what is bound to be the year's weirdest night in comedy around here. Ten years in, these guys still haven't run out of comedic non sequiturs. (215-893-1999, kimmelcenter.org)

Ron White (July 22, Tropicana). The Blue Collar Comedy Tour is pretty far in the rearview for White. But the Texas native is still doing his thing, with a little less interference from Larry the Cable Guy. (800-843-8767, tropicana.net)

Jeff Dunham (July 22, Borgata). With half a dozen Comedy Central specials and one series, ventriloquist Jeff Dunham is one of the most prolific acts to come out of the network. He brings his puppet-centric antics to the Shore. (609-317-1000, theborgata.com)

Comedian Jim Norton will play the Borgata in August.
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Comedian Jim Norton will play the Borgata in August.

Moshe Kasher/Natasha Leggero (Aug. 3, Trocadero). Stand-up meets relationship advice on the Endless Honeymoon Tour from the two comedians, who were married a little more than a year ago. (215-922-6888, thetroc.com)

Jim Norton (Aug. 5, Borgata). This Jersey native returns to his home state on the heels of his latest Netflix special, Mouthful of Shame. A true master of exuberant filth. (609-317-1996, theborgata.com)

Bill Maher (Aug. 19, Borgata). It's bound to get political, given President Trump's influence on Atlantic City. Real Maher fans wouldn't have it any other way. (609-317-1000, theborgata.com)

Jerry Seinfeld (Aug. 25-26, Borgata). Still the undisputed king of observational comedy, more than 40 years into his career. Really, though, what is the deal with airline food? (609-317-1000, theborgata.com)

Gabriel Iglesias (Sept. 1, Borgata). The "fluffiest" comedian in the stand-up game brings his highly personal — and often food-focused — act to the area for a night. You bring the cake. (609-317-1000, theborgata.com)