Dan Vetrano warms up the crowd, getting big laughs for being a fan of "old" Miley Cyrus.
Dan Vetrano warms up the crowd, getting big laughs for being a fan of “old” Miley Cyrus.
Dave Metter and Allison Allison (Jacquie Baker) host YNP.
Dave Metter and Allison Allison (Jacquie Baker) host YNP.
Katilin Thompson YNP
Consumer critic Barb Bootsnider (Katlin Thompson) gives bad products The Boot!
Consumer critic Barb Bootsnider (Katlin Thompson) gives bad products The Boot!
But the critical lifestyle has caught up with her, and she decides to give herself the boot [not pictured because of photographer laughing too hard.]
Alexa & Darren (Martha Cooney and Chris Calletta) give a point/counterpoint debate on whether or not to give John Mayer a try.
Alexa & Darren (Martha Cooney and Chris Calletta) give a point/counterpoint debate on whether or not to give John Mayer a try.
Production assistant Colin Armstrong (Dan Corkery) suffers an existential crises as his chewing gum fails to stay in its package.
Production assistant Colin Armstrong (Dan Corkery) suffers an existential crises as his chewing gum fails to stay in its package.
Joe Moore (far left) and Roger Snair (far right) with a panel of improvisers (from left to right Steve Swan, Alex Newman, Aubrie Williams and Kaitlin Thompson) tribute the winter games by reading actual advice from Ask.com in Russian accents.
Joe Moore (far left) and Roger Snair (far right) with a panel of improvisers (from left to right: Steve Swan, Alex Newman, Aubrie Williams and Kaitlin Thompson) tribute the winter games by reading actual advice from Ask.com in Russian accents.
Roger ends the show with his important hip-hop message.
Roger closes the show with his important hip-hop message.
Paul Triggiani (left) and Rob Baniewicz (right) kick off the first TV Party in the theater space.
Paul Triggiani (left) and Rob Baniewicz (right) kick off the first TV Party in the theater space.
A theater full of comedians 'celebrates' the hilariously bad post-apocalyptic TV experiment from 1992 called Whoops.
A theater full of comedians ‘celebrates’ the hilariously bad post-apocalyptic TV experiment from 1992 called Whoops.

We also toasted this failed attempt at a sitcom version of Ferris Bueler’s Day Off from 1990: