Originally from The UK, Gina Yashere broke onto the American comedy scene on NBC’s Last Comic Standing where she made it to the final 10 and never went back home! Since then she’s been named a Top 10 rising talent by the Hollywood Reporter and become the British correspondent on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.
Local Brew is Seattle’s online comedy show, but this week the show gets a star makeover. Tom Douglas, The Hulk, Sisqo, and a certain someone’s mom are all among the celebrity guest stars in this heroic episode.
Party in the city where the freeze is on as we parody Will Smith’s “Miami.” No neighborhood is safe in this episode that boasts a record number of flannels, beanies, and subtitles. Tim runs the St. Pat’s Dash and we find out how the 1% stay occupied. What else is there to say? Let’s get jiggy wit it…
One lucky woman gets an Extreme Makeunder on Afternoon Pamphlet, Homeless or Hipster returns, and we take over a Rock Paper Scissors tournament on Seattle’s Online Comedy Show. We’re hanging out at Kell’s for an episode full of women that are, for the first time, all played by women. Some would say we’re breaking the gender barrier, but that wouldn’t actually make sense.
A self-deprecating comedian brings the laughs to a Kirkland comedy club.
After a recent phone interview with Andy Kindler, my cheeks hurt. Having conducted dozens of interviews, I know these things can easily go either way. Thankfully, this chat was an especially pleasant (and funny) one.
Love is in the air and so is crime as we hang out at Pinxto in Belltown, examining the familiar issue of tipping your barista. We head to Westlake Center to solicit for signatures while danger lurks in Kirkland, and Sasquatch is discovered hanging out in Pioneer Square. This episode is PG-13 and surprisingly safe for work, but don’t get used to it.