And yes, that's from the show last night.
SO FUCKING HYSTERICAL. Worth every penny.
I tried so hard to remember all the good bits to write about them here, but there was a ton of material and it was hopeless.
My only complaint, for a lack of a better word, was that he didn't really go into politics much. Wtf? Talk about a plethora of material. Maybe that's just it--maybe it's too easy by now. Though about halfway through he did start going off on the economy, and that was priceless, of course.
He only got really upset a couple times, which is harder to see in all its red-faced glory from THAT HIGH UP. Oh well, at least we were only in the second rather than third tier. I think we were in the exact same seats where we saw Paula Poundstone, actually...Though unlike Paula, this seemed to be really sold out.
So yes, good times for sure. A+, and if you get the chance to see him, I highly recommend it.