Photography by Aemiessence Fine Arts not available for this show.
Our first show in October brought out the freaks! That is, the non-New Yorkers. The theme of being a transplant magically developed throughout the evening's performance. So get your dry ice and a cooler ready to read all about it! Transplant imagery...no good?
Host of Honor Nick Cobb introduced the following lineup:
a character by Harry Terjanian
With a special guest appearance by Harry Woodard and a special photo presentation by Abbi and Luke.
Abbi and Luke welcomed viewers to the forty-sixth show and revealed, during these politically saturated times, that they are split on who they want to be President. If only for the elected Vice President that either will be able to portray in later show episodes.
In addition to the producers being from Indiana, the hand-picked host of the evening Nick Cobb is from Tennessee.
He ruminated over the inadequecy of his friend's job-hunting skills. Don't we all? If not, that makes you the friend.
Jared Logan is also from the Midwest, albeit trendy Chicago, Illinois.
He explored a new take on old Christian practices. It was enough to make Kirk Cameron blush.
You just can't keep them from talking about it, Abbi and Luke returned to the stage to discuss their relationship.
This time with regard to their engagement photos and more importantly, the embarrassing photos of other recently engaged folks.
Jennifer Grant may be from Canada
but she still knows how to drink and date and regret it like an NYU student.
Don't bother him with news of Sarah Palin, it's the Alaska-accented Harry Woodard making his debut on the show.
He came to share his take on the current events and address but not explain the bolts in his neck. (Dramatization of actual character. Although we wouldn't put it past this guy having a bolt in the neck.)
Abbi Crutchfield strutted proudly around the stage while joking to show she had mastered the art of walking in stilettos without falling. We all remember how dangerous stiletto heels can be.
Dave Lester traveled from far and wide to talk about...wait a minute! He didn't travel. He's from here!
Okay, we snuck in one Brooklynite. But who else is going to teach us how to raise our kids? Everyone else we know uses time outs. Dave uses straight up revenge.
Hailing from...we don't know, but we'll guess Hilarioustown, Harry Terjanian
celebrated his debut on our show with a glimpse inside the mind of the man behind the marshmallow mouth.
As he told haunting tales of celebrities past, the combo of gummybears, mayonnaise and corn chips never made so much sense.
Too bad foreigners, the Hat of Chance favored locals tonight! Dave Lester became the evening's Funniest Comedian of All Time, winning the same life-size doll that was featured in our Living Room video "Doll-itis".
He's sure to have plenty of nightmares with that in his house.
Speaking of which, get your goblin and ghoul costumes ready! Our 3rd Annual Halloween-Scareavaganza on October 10th is not to be missed!
Prize for the best costume!