Yourbabytoday.com seems to know our show through and through. Just look at the accurate interpretation they drew after viewing our One Year Anniversary!
Take time to pull out the photo albums and review the miraculous changes you've witnessed in your [show] this past year. Incredible! Most important, revel in all [The Living Room] can do as she celebrates her first year. [Living Room] has a delightful sense of humor, and she takes great pleasure in teasing [blog readers]. She loves to [create memorable characters], and she most likely has mastered the art of [delivering laughs] and [showcasing talent]. What a great year it's been -- and what an amazing adventure your [audience attendance] has [elicited]!
Your [host] now drinks from a cup without assistance.
Jeff Cerulli served up a stellar standup set as well as his very own short film called Sausage Party! Talk about doing fings AW by heem suff!
He then ushered on the tremendous excellence of
Matt McCarthy and
[Abbi] engages in gibberish conversation.
In a public service announcement, a crazy subway lady with her underpants on the outside taught us not to waste half-eaten yogurt we find on the seats. It may taste like cigarettes, but it's a free snack!
In a fit of guilt, Abbi removed her wig
and revealed that she and Luke create all characters based on their own personal problems. It was a healing moment for everyone.
[A co-producer]can stand alone for several minutes.
Luke Thayer kept the crowd laughing with his solid stand-up, or lean-forward as it's becoming these days.
[Keith] expresses his wants with gestures and words instead of cries.
And oh what words! Mr. Alberstadt delivered hilarity in the form of wildlife information and fun facts about his mother's cat.
The sketch troupe Perv Griffin had an extraordinary debut with lessons on avoiding a mugging, hiding a head in your fridge and splitting rent with a Roman emporer.
[The show has an honorary] "mama" and "dada."
Living Room regulars Carolyn Castiglia and Nick kept things popping with their witty commentary and Dominoes delivery.
[Your special guest] says one-syllable words.
Commenting on the newsworthy topics, mystery novelist Lucinda Wentworth-James spoke few words and insinuated much. She couldn't help but be suspicious of the potential for a murderous plot in the minds of Paris Hilton, George W. Bush and the cast of Grey's Anatomy.
[Jiwon] waves good-bye.
Jiwon Li celebrates the beauty of being single and the woe that it brings when announced to your parents.
[Matt] walks well.
Matt McCarthy is looking trim and saucy now that he's sworn off alchohol. He skipped and jigged his way to a masterful closing of a fun show
[Nick] responds to simple commands.
Nick Cobb couldn't believe his ears when he learned the Hat of Chance selected him as the Funniest Comedian of All Time, but after much persuasion, he finally came on stage. You see, Nick hasn't won ever. He was the first person to subscribe to our blog on myspace, he kills every time he comes, and yet, the Hat was always cold to him. As a warm pardon, he took home a beautiful, expensive, fragrant (albeit used) candle!
You light up our life, Nick!
This lucky guy took home a delicious, hot pizza from Albanese Pizzeria!
If you're bummed you missed this amazing anniversary, your last chance for fun will be at our Summer Blowout on June 22nd! We're taking a break until September after that, so come see what L Magazine's givin' props about!