Was that a creepy enough commercial for ya?
Steve Holland from the Two Late with Rob and Joe crew made a behind-the-scenes blooper reel for the above advertisement. This week’s show featured guest Pete Avengine, owner of Little Baby’s Ice Cream.
Check out the PHIT calendar for more Two Late with Rob & Joe.
Former WitOut editor Luke Giordano has created a web series starring Philly native Brendan Kennedy. Watch all six episodes right here in this nifty playlist!
You can print out copies of Chip’s bracket and gamble with the folks in your office! (It’s parody, people, not satire! There’s nothing wrong with gambling on the hopes and dreams of our finest institutions’ athletic programs. Especially because we’re in the middle of a long stretch of f*cking nothing between the holidays and summer.)
Will Gerry Rafferty’s “Baker Street” beat out dash-cam footage? Will flight attendants who rap the safety announcements defeat old west barbers who were also dentists? (I think NOT!)
Round One is done, you can view it here. Our feelings are that the left side is the significantly stronger conference. With such elite competitors like a beard of bees, the Doppler effect, naps, and sheds we’re expecting the real super bowl to be a stunning semi-final matchup between any two of these left-side juggernauts. (Editor’s note: Let’s Go Sheds!)
Scoop up tickets for their ten-year anniversary show at World Cafe Live on Friday April 24th! You can buy tickets for just $15.00 bucks, or an extra five dollars gets you some clutch World Cafe hors-d’oeuvres and mingling with the Crowd for an hour before the show!
Five Dollar Comedy Week is back later this month, this time at The Plays & Players Theater (1714 Delancey St.).
Sign up now for the eighth annual Troika tournament. The tournament will run every Thursday in April at 8:00pm.
Also, check out Figment Theater’s Sorkin Corps. It’s an improvised parody of everything Aaron Sorkin, with 8:00pm shows March 19, 20, 21, 26, 27, 28 and 3:00 Sunday shows March 22 & 29.