This is what I deal with at home.
Found this guy hitching a ride on the chlorinator in my pool with no way out! Rescued!
Word on the street is, you kids don’t think we can top Zach Galifianakis giving strangers haircuts. We’ll give it to you, that was a pretty damn good episode.
But how about Amy Poehler predicting your future this week?
We know what your future holds.
This week, the TCGS gang is very happy to predict your future for you. When the show goes live on Wednesday, call us up at 212-757-1393. Tell us some facts about your past. Tell us some perceptions about your present. We will take that information, discuss it, and predict your future.
I promise that we will be right 100% of the time. History will prove us correct.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This show is already sold out. Please do not e-mail for tickets, and please do not show up to our studio without a reservation - we will be forced to turn you away. Fire codes!
I really wanted to get this for Gethard’s birthday but it costs over $7k and I’m not sure if he has a truck. Buy hey man, it scissors as it docks!
Here at TCGS, we are nowhere near above putting Chris in harms way for a little shameless promotion. That’s why when we reach 5,000 Facebook likes, we’ll begin putting together the Watermelon Boarding episode!
Dru is by far our most cartoonish and absurd writer. He tends to bring up almost exclusively ideas that involve burritos. That is not an exaggeration. He is currently pushing hard for an episode called WATERMELON BOARDING where the first 45 minutes of the show is the entire cast and audience removing juice from watermelons and the last 15 minutes of the show being me getting waterboarded with watermelon juice. (To give you the rundown of votes on this one, Dru and I are way into it. JD and Duke Ponzetti are not into it. Emma Noble remains quiet and cagy, as is her way.)
This is a horrible, stupidly dangerous premise for a show - and we’re kind of really excited for it. So, like us on Facebook, help promote the show, and watch us put our friend in danger.
AS A BONUS, camera operator and manager of the ZeroLaughs e-mail PATRICK COTNOIR has graciously agreed to send the 5,000th person who likes our Facebook a signed headshot.
Better get on that before this face is all over Twist magazine.
(Thanks Andrea Streeter for the flyer.)
This is 1am (at Gunz Couch)