Dino Ray Ramos
One female singing duo with an album titled Slippery When Moist, pimps, and Jason Segel reading his book about childhood nightmares make up this week's roundup of comedy shows.
Start September right with Mad TV alums, Bay Area comedians, and Terminator parodies.
For the next two weeks, SF will be treated to great "No Filter" comedy, "booty calls," comedy royalty, and the great Sasheer Zamata — which is probably the fanciest comedian name ever.
August brings us the skewering of super-cheesy romantic vampire movies, improv shows as far as the eyes can see, Muppets, and Fred Armisen, of course.
With Saturday Night Live alums, brilliant roastmasters, and a few prodigal sons coming to the city, there are plenty of opportunities to get your laugh on during the next two weeks.
A comedy legend, a comedy stoner, classic sci-fi TV improv, and an evening of riffing on campy horror classics — all this can only happen in San Francisco.
This summer of comedy kicks off with Michael Jackson tributes, improv martial artists, and a ton of comedy allstars. I think we're off to a good start.
Chelsea Peretti is not only a Bay Area treasure (Oakland to be exact), but as the name of her stand-up tour indicates, she's an "American Treasure" as well.
When Lily Tomlin comes to the city, things instantly become happier and funnier.
From Saturday Night Live alums to Bay Area natives, San Francisco will be a funny place for the next two weeks.
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