Photography by Aemiessence Fine Arts
The flu is going around, and Abbi Crutchfield was punched in the stomach by demons right before the show, but the doctor ordered laughter (without a prescription), and Sara Schaefer came to the rescue to host the following extraordinary lineup:
with Special Guests Tony Francione, sports radio guru, and D. B. Westchester of the Bull Moose party.
Sara Schaefer got the ball rolling with sisterhood strife.
Abbi Crutchfield quit doubling over in pain and made the crowd double over with laughter as she spoke on the reason her clothes don't match.
Diana Saez taught us the joys of marriage.
What is this, Ladies Night? Ah, here's a little testosterone--make that a lot. Luke Thayer's chest hair came on the scene as Tony Francione, sports radio guru. He got choked up occasionally discussing difficult issues, like how Amazin' dem Mets are.
Mike Dobbins took the stage to get situated and then had a ball discussing his irregular diet.
Luke returned as D.B. Westchester, of the Bull Moose Party, urging people to vote yes on a cotton gin tax before we run completely out of oak battleships.
Brendan Fitzgibbons popped in for a guest spot and cracked up visiting comedian Dave Lester.
Erin and Her Cello closed the show with memorable numbers about such daily dilemmas as hand hygiene and alcoholism.
Her strumming earned her the Funniest Comedian of All Time award!
She took home a classic "Jesus Is My Coach" figurine.
Bring your best bud to our next show February 22nd!