The hate-cuddle love child of Michael O'Donoghue and Judy Blume, Chris Thayer is mining new depths of self-objectification with his droll, serrated deadpan.
Absurdist, conceptual, and physical, Donny Divanian's nu-verisimilitude reminds me at times of a mix between Steve Martin and Brent Weinbach. May Donny's well-honed guilelessness never be mistaken for the New Sincerity.
Sticking it to "The Man" never felt so blithe. Once a "Staff Pick", now a "Celebrity Pick", it is my fervent hope that Sean Keane Dot Org parlays this into a People's Golden Global Choice Award. Don't miss Sean's star turn in "The Other Side of the GOMP" video on Tom Scharpling's "Best Show on WFMU" DVD comp!
The comedy club equation is all wrong for John Hoogasian. Hoogie should be sitting all alone at the VIP table on the main floor while the scourge that is a typical club audience huddles together on stage in front of the brick wall experiencing Peckinpah-style death by his microphonic Gatling gun.
So long water cooler, hello watershed. Known more for his laid-back Houston via Cali deadpan, Sheng Wang gets jiggy with an automatic paper towel dispenser. Thanks to Sheng, I can't even go near one of these machines any more even if it means having to use that other type with the ever-revolving skanked-out piece of cloth.