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They guy who played Landfill/Farva and the guy who played Fink/Mac are performing in Lansing this weekend. Will probably go tonight because really what else is there to do in Lansing tonight? Has anyone seen them either live or on Comedy Central?
This post was edited by greenbayspartan 18 months ago
I'll bet they're not as funny as the movies. Please go and let me know that I'm wrong, I would be interested in seeing that.
Is Mac in the napa know how commercial? If not it looks exactly like him. Sad if it is cause those guys are better than napa know how commercials.
Matt Allmen in NAPA Know How Commercial, Feature Role
Ive seen a broken lizard improv stand up sort of set on late night comedy central. Im pretty sure dangle (reno 911) was on it too. Not bad but not super hilarious either.
I have seen a couple of them live and they are really funny. You will enjoy it.
Your average UofM fan and I have something in common, neither of us went to UofM. Though we do share One major difference, I got Accepted.
Live comedy is also 100x better than recorded. I don't know why. If it's half funny, you'll leave thinking it was hilarious.
a little bit, but no thats not him.
This. Laughter is contagious as hell and going to live comedy shows is way better than watching on TV. It's also why comedians dread people asking them to tell a joke on demand. It's not the same without a solid crowd.
I think the fact they can let it rip and be as raunchy and un-p.c. as they want has alot to do with it. I went and saw Jay Mohr and had limited expectations. I never laughed so hard in my life and I am not kidding.
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