Re: Fri. 1/25 Big Show Synopsis
On Jan 26, 1:37 pm, bostonbil...@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
Thought it was a pretty good show. I thought Nathan was a riot even
though alot of his lines met with silence from the audience. Really
liked the Fun Facts.
And there's the irony; Nathan is met with tumbleweeds and Altman gets
applause (I'm guessing it's a result of the "laugh even if you don't
think it's funny" warnings). Len Easton sucks harder than an
industrial vacuum. Thank god for the mute button.
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