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Archive for the 'Comedy' Category
Geek Bowl 2011 is “The Largest Pub Quiz in the US”. The Quiz is put together by the funny people at Geeks Who Drink.
The Greyhound Station on Main Street, Houston, TX, ca. 1992 as seen on Conan O’Brien. Check out some other great local tv clips from YouTube in my column this week in Art Attack.
Nathan Hosey is a comedian based out of our fair city. Oh, he was also named the funniest person in Houston in 2010. Check out more videos by him here.
Get Out! is BACK! In Episode 2, Natty’s high school boyfriend shows up to give her “support,” while putting away as many booze nips and hot pockets he can get inside his mouth. Meanwhile, this episode’s “Closet Case” has a girlfriend, a truck, and an older brother calling bulls*&t on all of it. All of this plus never-before-seen footage of Natty on The Freedom Trail!
Real men of genius + Houston traffic = Brilliant!
Houston Comedian, Writer & Ethnic Chameleon, Al B, wrote and directed Comedy Work Out featuring Reverend Bart & G.W. Boles. On his YouTube page, Al writes “To all the vaudevillians of time past, thank you for the good times and the laughs. And to the funny people of times to come, keep working on your craft.” To learn more about what’s going on in Houston comedy, check out his blog.
Houston’s own, Chingo Bling, gives us the Mexican version of Dragonball Z. Chingo is featured this month on CNN’s Latin in America which focuses on the diversity created in the US by Hispanic culture.
A little comedy for today’s post, highlights of Houston Comedian Mike MacRae on Frank TV.
Mike was at the Laff Stop this last weekend and put on a great show. Make sure to catch him next time he is in town.
From IronyCoast Productions comes this short film which was submitted for the Post-It Super Sticky Note contest.