Pick of the Day: Vote. No Joke. 11/3
Undoubtedly, you’ve seen that there have been long lines for early voting and the ones for the official Election Day on Nov. 3rd is very likely to be no different and possibly even worst.
So, Abortion Access Front is swooping in to help folks past the time (in many cases several hours) while they’re waiting to vote in one of the most important elections of our lifetime. They’ll be doing a 12 hour live-stream marathon of comedy to aid in making it through some of the longest lines that people will have ever had to stay in with the comedy stylings of Baron Vaughn, Alonzo Bodden, Jenny Yang, Judy Gold, Jessica Kirson, Erin Foley, DeAnne Smith, and many more.
Abortion Access Front will be live-streaming Vote. No Joke. on Nov. 3rd 9AM PT/12PM ET to 9PM PT/12AM ET. You’ll be able to watch it all for FREE via Abortion Access Front social media platforms on Youtube, Facebook, @abortionfront on Twitter, as well as Comedy Hub’s Twitch channel.
If you’ve already voted, you can just enjoy a madcap marathon of great comedy that whole day while trying to not think about the results taking probably a week or two to count.
Please Get and Enjoy Erin Foley’s Latest Hour “Deep Dive”
Erin Foley is such a fierce delight as a comedian. Time and time again, she has proven this with her other hours of stand-up and whenever we’ve seen her live in town over many years. Deep Dive, her latest album, is yet another great offering that holds up our above description of Foley.
Erin, in a manner speaking, performs the hell out of her jokes in such an awesome way that we’re on board for whatever hot takes she’s dishing out on sports, LGBTQ, getting older, etc. There are well-crafted jokes about those very topics on Deep Dive, but, as always, the delivery, timing, and even the timbre of her voice are so hilarious and gratifying to listen to and watch. Truly, she can be angry and charming at the same time, making this an album you really ought to get.
So, go get Deep Dive out now from 800 Pound Gorilla Records here.
So, Au Lac in DTLA, the current home of one of LA’s longest running comedy shows UnCabaret, will be soon going through some changes including discontinuing live shows.
So, there are only a couple of chances to catch UnCabaret in the gorgeous Bar Fedora room and you really ought to not miss the magic blend of storytelling, stand-up, music, and host Beth Lapides while you can.
Get tickets for this penultimate show here.
The rest of our listings for comedy shows, events, screenings, open mics, maps, and more can be found at www.thecomedybureau.com.
Comedy folks Erin Foley, Aron Kader, Matt Price, Diana Dinerman, Hayley Terris, and host/creator Michelle Miracle will share their tales amidst the collection of objects that symbolize the end of relationships of all shapes and sizes.
Tickets are $10 and you can (and really should) get your tickets here.
The rest of our listings for comedy shows, events, open mics, and maps can be found at www.thecomedybureau.com.
Nerdist’s Latest Podcast “Will You Accept This Rose?” Forces Eddie Pepitone to Watch and Discuss The Bachelor with Arden Myrin and Erin Foley
Could this companion possibly could be more compelling than The Bachelor itself?
Beloved firebrand of a comedian, The Bitter Buddha, Eddie Pepitone has joined in on a new show companion podcast Will You Accept This Rose? where Arden Myrin and Erin Foley, Bachelor superfan and historian respectively and also comedians, discuss (you probably guessed it) the latest happenings on The Bachelor.
Take note, Eddie has never been into The Bachelor as he is listed in the show description as “reluctant Bachelor novice” and will be the stark contrast that should make this podcast transcend above just being a companion podcast or even the manufactured reality of this show’s source material.
Get into Will You Accept This Rose? here.
Watch Erin Foley’s Latest Set on The Late Late Show
Erin Foley notched in her latest late night set on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.
For obvious reasons, our headline here couldn’t simply read “Watch Erin Foley on Ferguson”, but it’s still worth watching if you need a laugh today.