6.25.2006

Yes, I Do Leave The House

I saw Lewis Black (contributer to Jon Stewart's "The Daily Show") at the Bass Hall last night in downtown Fort Worth. That was the first time I'd ever been to the Bass Hall. It's great. And I was stunned to see the place sold out for a left leaning comedian in the heart of Texas.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Jon Stewart is one of the greatest minds on TV. Lewis Black is always funny on the show..truth in comedy. Hope you enjoyed the show--I know I would have...

Anonymous said...

Funny, Funny, Funny guy!!

Anonymous said...

The best aspect of Lewis Black is that he doesn't discriminate. He bashes everyone. He bashed Clinton, He now bashes Bush, and I'm sure that he will bash the next president

Anonymous said...

All they have to do to be really funny is to honestly describe the Bush administration's goofy execution of the govenrment. Congress is pretty funny, too. However, their stupid actions hurt us all so much it's hard to laugh. Comic writers couldn't dream up the craziness that our politicians lay on us all.

sweetangie said...

Barry, you should see the improv act in the old Caravan of Dreams Theatre / Sundance Square.
Friday and Saturday nights are always sold out shows!! These guys are great!!

Check out fourdayweekend.com

Anonymous said...

Oh sweetangie, those guys are a great group of improv actors aren't they? We saw them about a month ago, just hope that your not the one they pick out of the audience to pick on!

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