CLANG CLANG! John Mulaney's detailing of his fave L&O face is hilarious and dead-on.
We're happy to have Braunger back at SF Sketchfest this year. I remember auditioning for one of these atrocious Taco Bell commercials in LA (involving a nacho oven concealed as a pregnancy). Fourth meal is ridiculous.
W. Kamau Bell
Who knew the Queen had so many rules? Kamau is one of my favorite stand-ups from back in my days at the old Cobb's Comedy Club in the Cannery. This bit is super funny.
Hardwick is a staple at the fest, whether he's doing stand-up or performing with Hard 'n Phirm. It was between this one and his Cracker Barrel bit, but every time I walk past the Abercrombie on the Promenade in Santa Monica I can't help but laugh.
Maria's stand-up is such a wonderful hybrid of jokes and character work--no wonder Target snatched her up for all those awesome ads this past holiday.
Dana is making his first appearance at SF Sketchfest this year, and I'm thrilled we got him. This bit is second only to his one about the Werewolf changing his clothes. His writing is top notch, especially on all of those Simpsons episodes he did