Photography by Aemiessence Fine Arts
Not rain nor puddles nor drips nor drops could keep our crowd away from their comedy show! Okay maybe they popped in to dry off. But they came to the right place, because the room was cozy, and the jokes were fresh like biscuits from the oven.
Host of Honor Pat O'Shea introduced the following lineup:
and musical comedy by Soce the Elemental Wizard
With special guest appearances by Andrew Warshack and Dr. Brains.
Abbi and Luke welcomed viewers to the forty-fourth show and debated over whether or not they're too young to get married. Abbi revealed she had cooties, and Luke promptly dumped her.
If anyone knows about age gaps it's Pat O'Shea who shared stories of his octogenarian mother. Maybe she's the one who taught him to get crotchety when folks ask him for directions.
Abbi returned to the stage to tie her love of The Parent Trap to her loathe of generic cereals.
Whether you love him! want him! need him! or not, visual artist Andrew Warshack shared his creative take on the current events. The delicious, scrumptious, irresistible current events.
Living Room regular and good buddy Lance rolled through to confess things he has done in the early stages of dating. His bravado balanced out his trips to Bed, Bath and Beyond.
Michelle Buteau enjoyed her first time on our stage by giving a shout-out to future black women in the White House and current Dutch men in her own house.
Don't ask him unless you REALLY want to know...The Living Room presented its first "Ask Dr. Brains" segment starring the very opinionated Dr. Brains. Tonight's dissertation was the biological reasons women aren't funny. Don't hate him for his smarts or his laminated diploma.
Kumail Nanjiani celebrated his debut with cake-- or at least jokes about it, and the wonderful wizardry performed by Food Network specialists.
Jay Abbondanza also graced the stage for the first time sharing his beef with Peruvians...or his ambivalence towards them.
Don't call it a comeback! Soce the Elemental Wizard visited us for the second time, but this round he came to throw down some of his illest rhymes. He became our first rap artist accompanied with music and only the second freestyler (preceded by Miss CKC) to masterfully close out the show. Celebrity Sighting: that's writer Thomas R. Pryor giving him a sitting ovation.
The Hat of Chance preferred brunettes tonight. Kumail Nanjiani became the Funniest Comedian of All Time! In our not-so-subtle hint, he receives the book McDuff Goes to School, about a foreign dog that learns to speak English.
Hey shy guy. Step out of the shadows and into the spotlight for our next show September 26th! We mean you Phil!