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Thanks for Another Great Festival! January 27, 2011

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Both the Adventure Buddes and Joketeller’s Union shows went off without a hitch and were a lot of fun. I’d like to thank everyone who came out to see a show this week, and leave you with a link to Episode 4 of The Adventure Buddies: Unidentified Dying Objects.

(You can watch all previous episodes there too.)


Male Hello Kitty Appreciation Day January 24, 2011

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After last night’s wonderful Weird and Awesome show, we move on to tonight’s Celebrity Open Mic. I want to give a special shout out to Pastey Boy, who made us a last-minute logo for Male Hello Kitty Appreciation Day. If you show up and look like this guy tonight, you get in free:

People’s Kafe PACKED OUT! January 23, 2010

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There was less than standing room only at the People’s Republic Kafe, and we had to turn some people away after it started. The packed crowd was a great audience, though, and the comics rocked it to the roof. What a great way to say goodbye to Hari as he leaves us again (sniff!)

The Week of Fun Grand Finale January 29, 2009

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img_0237(crappy phone pic by Paul Merrill)

Black Daisy (pictured at left) closed out the Week of Fun last night at Laff Hole as their metal-head alter-egos in front of another packed house.

Great performances from PROK founders Kevin Hyder, Emmett Montgomery and Dan Carroll. Surprise appearances from 2008 Seattle International Comedy Competition Winner Tommy Savitt and comedy genius Eugen Mirman. So. Much. Awesomeness. Must. Sleep. Now.

Celebrity Open Mic gets FREAKY! January 28, 2008

Posted by Paul Merrill in awesomeness, Nachos, No "Keister" Jokes Here.

John Keister makes out with Barbara Sehr at the Comedy Underground in Seattle.

Last night’s Celebrity Open Mic was one for the ages. Fantastic comedy? Check. Stupendous celebs? Affirmative. Awkward trans-gender make out sessions? See above.

And what would an open mic be without at least one mind-numbingly bad, soul-killing set by someone who may or may not have been insane and/or mentally retarded? Well, we had it, and it was worse than it sounds. God bless you, Nacho Daddy.

Tonight, the Week of Fun continues at Mainstage Comedy, where Derek Sheen hosts the Hellraisers of Comedy. Tomorrow night the festival moves to the beer-soaked confines of Ballard’s Sunset Tavern for the comedy blitzkrieg known as The Entertainment Show.