Serious question. How can i get a (free ducat) for Saturday? I'm actually like a fan of the big palooka. Free is better because then it's a dick move if i heckle.
@Andrew, I know you have a tough job coaxing people out who are otherwise only doing press to fill seats. I'm also not a huge fan of the rather tired MIB persona. Still, I'd probably be annoyed too if I got some flavor of, "where do your jokes come from?," "do you wonder if your career is over?," "when will you stop doing standup?," and "aren't you worried you peaked 15-20 years ago?"
"First they ignore you. Then they ridicule you. Then they fight you. Then they can actually just keep cycling through those, turns out." -- James Adomian
I'm Pete Holmes:
Get out fat boy.
Seriously you should do well down there. My instincts like your instincts. And thats a lotta stinc (t).
How about a tv show that takes place in a city like Portland with monkeys that wear cowboy hats and ride around the city on dogs, stopping crime by distracting people with their hilarious monkeyshines!
Good luck to you, Ian! (And for the love of god don't move to Long Beach.)
good luck dude!
(i luv u, ian)
STARE INTO MY CHIN.
Ah ha. Finally now I can return Portland, in peace and serenity.
I am also in LA 'making it big-time'. Ian call me baby! Ciao! Kiss kiss
This article was like, whatevers.
Not at all true! Maybe you should know what you're talking about before you say something slanderous and condemning.
My wife and I were two of those judges.. the women did great, hell they all did great; Dudes AND Dudettes. When it came down to it though.. the right folks got picked. Gender had nothing to do with it. Judging was based on originality, audience reaction, stage presence, and delivery. Helium hosted a wonderful event and is the funniest gig in town.
For female performers, Purtle, Streed, Pruett and Stacey Hallal all made it to the Semifinals, where judges determined who advanced to the finals.
Best. Performer. Ever. A true genius. Even caught him improv'ing on a street corner at Last Thursday once.
Talented. Ingenious. Delicately irreverent. Reggie is just want the cynicism of the United States of America needs. Now. Long live Reggie and his traveling improvisatory stance on pop political affairs and the mundane set against his breaks beats and timbre that make it oh-so enjoyable to swallow.
It's so weird how the most innocuous little topics will incite the most rabid comments. Digging on some of the tag names, though -- here's atcha, hookerwithapenis and homo666. As soon as flamingtesticles signs on, it's a home run.
Comedy Is OK is the best comedy show in town. It's $5. Try it, you might like it.
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