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Last Comic Standing; 10:24 pm

By | May 22, 2008 at 6:28 pm | No comments

We’re in Tempe, AZ. Kathy Najimy and Fred Willard are the guest judges. This we like. Both know a lot about being funny, though we were a bit surprised by Willard’s positive reaction to the tatted up, former wrestler guy’s impressions. It’s amazing that...

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Last Comic Standing; 10:18 pm

By | May 22, 2008 at 6:20 pm | No comments

And the NYC semi finalists are: Louis Ramey (good choice); Stone and Stone (are you serious?); Esther Ku (you go, girl. keep capitalizing on your looks); God’s Pottery (good choice); Dan Naturman...

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Last Comic Standing; 10:11 pm

By | May 22, 2008 at 6:14 pm | No comments

Dan Naturman’s set was strong as usual; anyone that knows the New York City comedy scene at all, knows that Naturman doesn’t really have a bad set. He deserves to be passed. We’llwhat happens. Stone and Stone is a twin tag team stand-up comedy act. Their names:...

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Last Comic Standing; 10:02 pm

By | May 22, 2008 at 6:06 pm | No comments

Adam Sank kicks of the call back show; pretty much what you’d expect from an openly gay comic who can’t seem to joke abou anything other than his sexual identity. God’s Pottery was up next. Though they’re talented and no doubt, funny, we’re not sure...

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Last Comic Standing; 9:52 pm

By | May 22, 2008 at 5:56 pm | No comments

I thought it was hilarious that judge Steve Scherippa told Dan Naturman that he assumed his demeanor was a character. It’s not. Naturman’s a funny guy but he’s a dork, no doubt. Carmen Lynch didn’t get passed; Scherippa was making believe he was falling...

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Last Comic Standing; Season Six, episode one… 9:42 pm

By | May 22, 2008 at 5:46 pm | No comments

Louis Ramey was solid; but then he always is. He did old stand by bits about having his car stolen in Detroit while he was still in it, and the old going to the tanning salon and then looking at his skin — he’s a black dude — and freaking out because he done...

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Zach Galifianakis interviews the most indie of all indie rockers

By | May 22, 2008 at 9:27 am | No comments

From NYMag.com, Zach Galifianakis interviews the most indie of all indie rockers: Widge Wemnam. Spiler alert! Widge is actually Michael Showalter! Widge is so indie, he doesn’t even show up to his own shows or write music. Anyway, check it...

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Laff Stop’s Funniest Person in Houston Contest: first finalists announced

By | May 22, 2008 at 7:31 am | No comments

It’s getting mighty close to the final showdown of the Laff Stop’s Funniest Person in Houston Contest, which will be held at the club June 3. Below are the most recent comics who impressed at this week’s semi-finals and will...

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Richard Herring handles a heckler

By | May 22, 2008 at 4:07 am | No comments

You may have listened to our new compilation of comedians dealing with the audience, some of them hecklers. In response to a thread started on Aspecialthing.com, the best dang comedy message board on the Interwebs, a member dropped a link to this video of British comedian...

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