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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Stark, Mar 25, 2013.
Daniel Tosh for sure. Brian Regan, Dane Cook, and Ron White in there as well.
The great Grock - not exactly a comedian but THE clown IMO.
Outstanding character, musician and artist.
All the best,
Aziz Anzari all day. I really like Dane Cooks old stuff too.
Foster Brooks as Drunk pilot on Dean Martin Show - YouTube
I saw Michael Winslow and he was a riot ... talented :!: :idea:
This is Strat-Talk's off-topic forum.
I started this thread because a very good friend of mine from across the Bay in Oakland just started his stand-up career. His very first gig was last Tuesday at Milk Bar, down at the west end of Haight Street, near Kezar Stadium. He's using the stage name "Remy Martin" and I am going to be doing his graphic design stuff, designing his flyers, Chronicle/Oakland Tribune ads, etc.
I always wanted to be a comic as a kiddo, but then, when I was a kiddo, I also wanted to be a racing driver, an astronaut, a pirate, first baseman for the Giants, a performing musician...
I saw it was sidewinders, when I made the statement I thought I was on the strat part, forgive me I'm a drooling old man, good thread
Hey, no worries, dude!
I'm glad you're a stand-up fan
I guess I'm showing my age, but this always puts a smile on my face.
Woody Allen - The Moose - YouTube
Dave Chappelle, Russell Peters
That's him! Thanks GW.
And we can't leave out the entire cast of Laugh In.
And the entire cast of Soap.
And the cast of Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman and the spinoffs.
Martin and Lewis
The king of late night, Johnny Carson
Too many to list.
Who's line is it anyways from the 90s such a win
Man that was priceless, brought back memories of my dad! He loved the Dean Martin Show .. and he loved a drink.
Many comedians make me laugh. Jim Carrey is a genius. I'm looking forward to seeing him in that new movie with Steve Carell.
I was thinking about that show and the dang memory blew a tube and it was gone.
Everyone on that show should be in the hall of fame already. They were that funny. And it ain't easy to do that improv as they did it.
The other reply to this reminded me.
I wanted to say that Foster Brooks is the all time best at playing a drunk.
He owned that character. He could make a believer out of you.
And, in the same vein, Ignakowski from Taxi ended up having quite a "Future".
+1!! I just saw this dude then other night in Comedy Central.
Jimmy Carr is my all time favourite.