Continuous Comedy

For those sporting an unemployment beard (what are we at, eleventy-nine percet now?), here’s a chance to unite—for free. With proof of unemployment and reservations made before 6 p.m., you can get into the Laugh Factory’s Continuous Comedy event without charge. Helping you chuckle away those ain’t-got-no-job blues, the night features standup routines from four to five up-and-coming comics. Previous Continuous Comedy comedians have included Tony Rock, younger brother of comedian/actor/writer/producer Chris Rock; Chris Reid, one half of the late ‘80s/early ‘90s hip-hop duo Kid ‘n Play (seriously, he’s a comedian); Alonzo Bodden, Season 3 winner of NBC’s Last Comic Standing, and Jay Davis, known for his apperance in Dane Cook’s Tourgasm. No matter the lineup of comedians, the night will surely be filled with­—you guessed it—continuous comedy.
Thu., Sept. 9, 8 p.m., 2010


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