Well, actually, it was mostly about Seinfeld and stinky people and guys who touch themselves on the subway. As usual. But if there was anything resembling science, it was about quantum entanglement. Or something. Check it out.
Otherwise, most of the week has been spent working on a sketch comedy show I’ll be a part of this Saturday. If you’re in the appropriate time zone, come on out to ImprovBoston at 7ish — 6:45ish, if you want to grab a beer first — and watch (The Show Formerly Known As) Current Eventuals. As the promo blurb says:
“Club sandwich? Slice of cheesecake? Whatever it takes.”
“It’s the show that’s written in a week, rehearsed in a day, and forgotten tomorrow.”
If that doesn’t get you out to watch, I don’t know what will.
Would a free doughnut do it? Maybe I’ll bring you a doughnut if you show up. Or a mini Snickers. Club sandwich? Slice of cheesecake? Whatever it takes.
Anyway, that’s the focus right now. I’m sure I’ll pull the usual “3% facts/97% bullshit” out of my ass this weekend — for the sake of SCIENCE — but in the meantime, it’s back to joining a dozen hilarious people in making fun of the latest news of the world.
And also picking up some doughnuts. Just in case.Permalink | No Comments