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Comedy andEverything Else Episode#173
Camin currently performs at comedy clubs throughout the United States. He has appeared at the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival, the Just for Laughs Festival, Bumbershoot as well as on Late Night with Conan O’Brien.
Comedy andEverything Else Episode#172
Fred Stoller is a hilarious comedian who's appearance on “HBO's 13th annual Young Comedian Special” made a big impression on me and my decision to start stand-up comedy. I was unsure about what to do with my life and I turned on the T.V. that was hooked up to an illegal cable feed, found HBO and saw Fred doing his act and killing. I found him to be absolutely hysterical and so inspiring that I decided to give comedy a try right then and there.
He is one of those people that can't help but be funny, no matter what he is talking about, almost everything that comes out of his mouth hits my funny bone.
Fred has gone on to be an accomplished actor and best known for his frequent guest starring role as Gerard on the CBS sitcom “Everybody Love Raymond!” as well as roles on Seinfeld and many other popular t.v. shows.
In 1994 Fred was also hired as a writer for a season on Seinfeld and has written “My Seinfeld Year” a new hilarious book
about his experiences working with Jerry and Larry David.
Plus Mike MacRae thrills us with his Mel Gibson and Mitt Romney Impressions!
I was an early adopter to the daily show, I loved it since the days of Craig Kilborn and Brian Unger. So I was very excited to talk with the creator of the Daily Show, Lizz Winstead!
Lizz Free or Die is her new book in which she tells us how it all began, along with lots of other interesting and funny things.
She writes of getting knocked up by her hockey player boyfriend in high school, spending a fortune on her dogs' waste problems, and saying goodbye to her dying father with understated insight and, of course, humor—reminding us of its value as an antidote to both political and personal hardship. ..Salon.com
Mike Macrae opens the show with his impression of an Imam explaining how to interpret the Koran through the prism of modern alternative comedy. It just may be my favorite sketch in maybe ever.
Corey Booker, the mayor of Newarki NJ who was supposed to be speaking on behalf of the Obama campaign but actually ended up saying their campaign makes him nauseous. We got him on the phoneto explain and who knew Mike MacRae could do an impression of Corey Booker?
Steve Skrovan is a talented comedian, writer for Seinfeld and Everybody Loves Raymond. He makes the trip to Pasadena to tell us how the world
really works. He has tales of working with Larry David and Jerry Sienfeld that are sure to surprise and entertain.
Ray Romano, Marc Maron, Dana Gould, Eric Rivera, RIck Overton, and more! Click here for tickets and we will see you there!